Connecticut Society of Genealogists

The Connecticut Society of Genealogists, Inc. was founded in 1968 as a non-profit organization to encourage and promote genealogical research and publication, to maintain and elevate genealogical standards and to provide instructional and educational programs and publications. With approximately 5,000 members, CSG Inc. is among the largest societies devoted exclusively to U.S. genealogy.

The Society publishes a 180 page, quarterly bulletin called, The Connecticut Nutmegger, which is free to CSG members. The Nutmegger contains original articles relevant to New England genealogy, Connecticut vital records, ancestry service, and reviews of genealogical books. The Nutmegger also contains queries seeking genealogical information. Members may submit three queries per issue.

The Society publishes a newsletter containing Society news, announcements, books for sale, meetings, notices, etc.  

The Connecticut Society of Genealogists holds seven meetings a year on the third Saturday of the month from September to May (except Dec. & Jan.) at various locations throughout the state. Genealogical training classes and other events are held on an as needed basis.

The Society's web site is available at