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FALL is here! What amazing weather!

Tomorrow! Monday, Join us for LUNCH-BUNCH, in person get-together

Date: Monday, 16 October 2023

Where: Skeeters, 4121 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Kingwood Time: 11:30 AM

SAVE THE DATE...THAGS Special Christmas Social

Monday, 11 December 2023

Humble Museum Tour, THAGS Library, Dinner & more

Watch for the upcoming flyer with details!

October THAGS Bus Trip

Date: Tuesday, 24 October 2023

Going to Montgomery County Memorial Library.

Lunch at Pie in the Sky

Time: 9:15 to 4:15

Contact Pam Walton for more details,

October Writer's Circle Meetup

Date: Monday, 30 October 2023

Place: Kingwood Library, upstairs

Time: 10 AM - Noon

Discussion this month: Organizing the project. All Welcome

Salt Lake FamilySearch Library Research Trip... Plan now to join us! Contact Patsy.

November General Meeting

Date: Monday, 13 November 2023

Time: 7 PM, via Zoom, invite will be mailed about a week in advance

Presentation: Search Vs. Research by Barbara Coakley


1) Texas State Genealogical Society Fall Conference, 10-11 November 2023/

2) The Article from Clayton Library about their periodicals was really helpful. You can sign up to receive other History Research Centers’ eNewsletters here:

Here is a portion of the article:

Our periodicals are both bound and unbound. To find them, you have several options. The most recent copies of our current publications will be in the periodical carousels located on both the first (geographic periodicals) and second (family periodicals) floors. The Houston Public Library catalog ( will contain location information for some, but not all, of our periodicals and is a good place to start the search. However, the best place to search periodicals is using our Clayton Periodical Database (, which is found on our Clayton Research Guide home page (, and don’t forget you can always ask your friendly Clayton library staff for help!

Periodicals are a rich resource of valuable genealogical and historical information that may not be found anywhere else. The next time you are at Clayton Library, take a few minutes and look through our selection. You may find that missing bit of information to help break down the brick wall in your genealogical research.

3) Looking to enrich what you know about Family History Research. Here are a couple of class options that we have heard good things about from members of our community:

Lone Star College, Academy for Lifelong Learning. Check out the listings in their current catalog, and maybe plan ahead for next semester.

National Genealogical Society Courses

The Advanced Skills in Genealogy Course is rigorous, but much can be learned even for those who have been at this for a long time.


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