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The Edmond Genealogical Society (EGS) was established in September, 1991, with 78 charter members by December 31, 1991. We meet monthly at the LDS Church in Edmond , OK.  

Our purpose, as stated in the EGS Constitution, adopted in December, 1991:

  • Bring together interested persons for discussion in the field of genealogy
  • To study methods of research
  • To assist its members in their genealogical research and compilations, particularly beginners in the field
  • To issue publications when deemed beneficial to the membership
  • To collect and preserve genealogical material and historical data
  • To work and cooperate with other genealogical departments, societies, and libraries in the state
  • To provide assistance for genealogical and historical research for the Edmond Historical Society patrons and museum staff

We are here to encourage the science of genealogy; to help others gather genealogical information; and to preserve, protect and publish information of importance. We are here to serve visitors as well as our members.   

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The Edmond Genealogical Society's next meeting will be on Monday, September 20th, 2021 at 6:30pm.

This month's program at EGS is on John, Cordelia and Charles Steen, the first pioneer family of Edmond!

We hope you will join us to hear how the Steen family helped establish Edmond ! And as an extra bonus - EGS will also be celebrating their 30 anniversary!

Please join us, on Monday September 20th, at the Edmond Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and bring a guest with you ! The first part of the program will be presented by Anna Studsill, Director of Education at the Edmond Historical Society & Museum, who will protray Cordelia Steen, sharing Cordelia's experiences and those of her family through the settling of Edmond, the 1889 Land Run, and beyond.

The second part of the program will be presented by Andrea Aven, Regent of the Cordelia Steen Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. The Cordelia Steen chapter has been instrumental in bringing forth the Steen family's story and their contributions on the founding and growth of our city. Ms. Aven will share the DAR chapter's goals and accomplishments regarding the Steen's, most notably, the recent dedication of Steen Memorial Bridge in downtown Edmond.

In additon to this fascinating program, we will be celebrating EGS's 30th anniversary with fabulous treats from our EGS hospitality chairman!! We look forward to seeing you on Monday September 20th with your guests!

If you are interested in speaking at EGS - please contact Iris May, Programs and Publicity at webmasteragm@yahoo.com or jankb80@sbcglobal.net

The EGS meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Edmond Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS), 1315 East 33rd St., in Edmond.

Guests are always welcome to attend. There will be no genealogy assistance prior to the meeting at this time.

The EGS monthly meeting is free and open to the public, beginning with a social time at 6:00 p.m. The program will start promptly at 6:30 p.m. Enter through the doors at the rear of the LDS Church building. The Church offers plenty of parking and is fully handicapped accessible.

The EGS meets on the third Monday evening of each month, with speakers on subjects of interest to genealogists and historians. Membership is open to anyone interested in historical or genealogical research.

For more information visit us on Facebook at Edmond Genealogical Society.

The next EGS meeting on October 18, 2021 will feature a program called "Finding Your Native American Roots". By Veronica Redding.




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Edmond Genealogical Society

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Edmond, OK 73083-1984

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