SAGHS welcomes all who share an interest in family history in West Texas!
San Angelo, Texas circa 1880s
San Angelo, Texas circa 1880s

San Angelo Genealogial and Historical Society invites you to explore our website and consider becoming a member of our society. Founded in 1973, SAGHS supports genealogists living in and researching in the Concho Valley. It is a society for everyone, from the beginner to the most advanced genealogist.

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Want to win a prize?

The Membership Drive Drawing is for all who are members of SAGHS as of July 1, 2022. Not a current member? Join or renew your SAGHS membership by July 1, 2022 to be entered to win!
Winners have their choice of three great prizes at each level. To check out the prizes and download a membership form, click HERE!
Not sure of your membership status? Contact membership@saghs-tx.org.
Your dues support entertaining and educational monthly meetings, classes, workshops, the Genealogy Fair, records preservation, and publications development plus much more!
Learn more about the prizes offered from "Tracing Your Ancestors Series" by Your Genealogy Today and Family Tree Magazine Cheat Sheets by clicking on the hyperlinks.

Genealogy Classes & Help

Learn new skills and get a boost in your genealogy research with Lisa Mahler. Classes are limited to 6 and will be held in the 2nd floor computer lab at the Stephens Central Library in downtown San Angelo. To reserve your spot, contact the library at 325-655-7321 and ask for the 2nd floor desk.
  • May 28: Genealogy Class
Classes and help sessions will be held from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the computer lab. The 2nd floor computer lab will be open for those who want to use library computers and resources.

Member Benefit

Members only reminder! Recorded webinars for the 2020-21 virtual meetings have been posted behind the member wall, including those from March and April: "I Remember Mama – But Not Her Maiden Name" by Mary Kircher Roddy and "I Remember ... Sharing Your Story" by Sandra Crowley. We've got two dozen presentations with downloadable handouts, including the presentation on pre-1850 census research by J. Mark Lowe!! Did you miss a presentation or want to see it again? Here's your chance to view and review these outstanding topics. Just log-in from the left side menu by clicking "Members Only." Don't wait - Mary Roddy's presentation will only be available through May 14!

Digital Stalkin' Kin

Do you have issues of our quarterly journal, Stalkin' Kin in Old West Texas, piling up? Would you like to have future editions delivered to your email box? Sign up for the Digital Edition of the Stalkin Kin and enjoyt the same great quarterly on your computer or tablet - a plus is that it will now be in color! All you have to do is email:  Click HERE  to begin your subscription. Remember, the Stalkin' Kin is free to all paid members and is one of your many member benefits. Once we meet again in person, you can return to us any Stalkin' Kin you no longer need. 


The 3rd Monday Lunch is on hiatus for now and will resume again at a future date. The cancellation of Research Assistance & More  on Wednesdays continues, but with the re-opening of the WTC we hope to have more information about this in the near future. 
To help us all stay connected, while remaining safe at home, SAGHS will host an online presentation the first Tuesday of each month through August 2022. We plan to begin "in-person" meetings September 2022.  We look forward to getting together again at our in-person meetings. We plan to continue our online meetings in conjunction with the in-person so that our out of town members can continue to participate.
We encourage all of our members and friends to be careful and follow the guidelines provided by our healthcare professionals. We care about you, and hope to see you in in September, but only if you are comfortable coming to an in-person meeting. In the meantime, keep up with SAGHS news on our Facebook page and this website.

Upcoming Events
May 28th
Genealogy Classes
Coming up! Genealogy class with Lisa Mahler. To reserve your spot, contact the library at 325-655-7321 and ask for the 2nd floor desk. Class is limited to 6 attendees.