Refine your knowledge with the Belmont County Ohio Genealogical Society as your guide, you’ll be able to take your interest in finding your family history to the next level.
New MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Belmont County Ohio Chapter of OGS (BCCOGS)! Membership to BCCOGS is open to anyone interested in Genealogy, Ancestry, Belmont County Local History, and public documents.
What does all of this mean? It means learning more quickly. It means sharpening your skills. It means being able to make the past become alive by discovering your ancestors. Join us today.
Document Your Family History, with a membership to the Belmont County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society, you can go beyond DNA, to find:
Vital records that include birth, marriage, and death records when available.
Newspaper clippings that prove events and open other doors.
Deeds of sale, tax lists, and other legal documents that build a history of your ancestors.
Probate records: Tax records that trace migration and habitation across the state.
Military records to illuminate your family’s role in the state’s darkest and bravest times.
Photographs that bring the past to life.
We’d love to help you learn more. What you’ve found online is just the beginning.
Become a New Member today! This will include Benefits Of:
1.) First Year FREE membership Normally $12.00 (new members only)
2.) One Year of Newsletters From BCCOGS
3.) FREE! Research Book a $30.00 Value: Tombstone Inscriptions and Family Records of Belmont Co. by Esther Weygandt Powell, Reprinted, 326 pages, softbound, copyright 1969
Contains: Cemetery records for Colerain Twp, Flushing Cemetery, Goshen Twp, Kirkwood Twp, Mead Twp, Pease Twp, Pultney Twp, Richland Twp, Smith Twp, Somerset Twp, Union Twp, Warren Twp, York Twp, W.P.A. Soldiers graves, War of 1812 and Mexican War, soldiers, St. Clairsville first property owners, Petition signers for a new county, first Friends of Stillwater Meeting, 1881 Pioneers, Shannon and Lundy families.
4.) Members may submit queries free of charge. There is a query charge for nonmembers.
5.) Access to our extensive Chapter OGS Research holdings in the Glen Rockwell room at the Hutton Memorial Library in Barnesville and are available to patrons during normal library hours.
6.) Our Chapter Members and Volunteers will be happy to assist your search for your ancestors and information on them.
7.) Standing Invite to Chapter Sunday Meetings.
8.) Annual BCCOGS Picnic Invite Regular Meeting Sunday in August.
Please contact Sandy Saffield (740) 425-1760 or Marie Bundy (740) 425-2623 if you have any questions.
We meet the 2nd Sunday of each month (except for Dec, Jan, Feb, May Mothers’ Day @ 3:00 P.M. at the Barnesville Library.
Hope to see you there! Join Now New Members! Click on Membership BCCOGS Page To Join Now. Thank you.
1.) Click Link above, 2.) Then Select “New Membership Offer“, 3.) Add it to the cart, 4.) Then Enter all Information in Form 5.) Finally click “Submit”