Searching for your Hispanic Ancestors, join our society and find out how with our help!
The Hispanic Genealogical Society was started in 1981 with about 20 members to help foster knowledge, training, help and pride in the search of our ancestors.
Beginning 2017, the society meetings will be on the 1st Saturday of each month from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research. (832-393-2600)
Various projects for the coming month are discussed, we have a show and tell session, and a speaker usually has a message on Genealogy for the society. We offer help to new members searching for their ancestors but the biggest advantage is the networking effort within our group and the various Hispanic genealogical groups in Texas.
Funds raised though the annual conventions, memberships, and book sales go to purchase Hispanic Genealogy books and are donated to the Clayton Library for Genealogical Research, here in Houston, Texas.
Dr. Carolina Castillo Crimm
"A Comparison of two Hispanic Women of Texas:
Patricia de la Garza de Leon and Petra Vela Kenedy"
Saturday, February 4th
Clayton Library Carriage House
For more details download the flyer.