The Boulder Genealogical Society is here to help you with your family history no matter where you are researching. We also contribute to the greater genealogical community through local history research.

Society meetings are free and open to the public
on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm, currently by Zoom.

“Introducing the 1921 Census of England and Wales” – By Findmypast/Jen Baldwin
Mar 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
"Introducing the 1921 Census of England and Wales" - By Findmypast/Jen Baldwin

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The 1921 Census of England and Wales is coming/is here. Join Findmypast for an unmissable exploration of the biggest new arrival in family history. After years spent digitising and transcribing this unique snapshot of our recent history, discover the stories and secrets contained within. Along with the historical context, tips for effective searching and using it to trace elusive relatives, we’ll learn how the 1921 Census will help you understand your ancestors’ lives better. And your own.


Jen Baldwin has been working in the realm of professional genealogy since 2010 but has been pursuing her family history since she was ten years old, enjoying her grandmother’s stories – and her cookies. She is currently the North American Content Manager and Global Ambassador Program Lead for Findmypast. Jen lectures, writes, and consults on a variety of genealogy related topics, and was part of the research team for Genealogy Roadshow, season two on PBS. She is the author of course materials for the National Institute of Genealogical Studies. She is excited to discover unique resources that allow for a different perspective in genealogical research, including the vast research opportunities for family historians around the world to take advantage of UK collections, such as newspapers and the upcoming 1921 Census of England and Wales.

BGS Discussion Group: Indexing the 1950 Census @ Zoom
Mar 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Join Amy and Dina to discuss indexing the 1950 census.  The 1950 census will be available on April 1st with limited indexing.  On-line users will be able to index from home and make the census more accessible for researchers.  Both Dina and Amy are ready to tell you more about what will be available on April 1st and how to prepare to index.

Join us again in the April discussion group to try some real-time indexing and to ask your indexing questions.

BGS discussion groups are for BGS members only.  The Zoom link will be emailed directly to members.



“Irish Church Records – Church of Ireland, Catholic, and Presbyterian” – By David E. Rencher
Apr 5 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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This session combines information about the time-period, content, and record availability of records for the three major religions in Ireland – Catholic, Church of Ireland and Presbyterian. Additional information on some of the non-conformist sects is also included.


David E. Rencher, AG®, CG®, FUGA, FIGRS, is employed as the Director, Family History Library and Chief Genealogical Officer for FamilySearch. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 1980 with a B.A. in Family and Local History. A professional genealogist since 1977, he is one of the rare few who have earned both credentials: Accredited Genealogist® with ICAPGen in Ireland research (1981) and Certified Genealogist® with the Board for Certification of Genealogists (2006). He serves as the Irish course coordinator and instructor for the Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research, the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh, and the British Institute. He is a past president of the Federation of Genealogical Societies and the Utah Genealogical Association. David is a Fellow of the Utah Genealogical Association and the Irish Genealogical Research Society, London. He serves as a director on the board of the National Genealogical Society.