Collin Chronicles, Volume 32, Number 1, 2011/2012 Page: 2
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COLLIN COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
PURPOSE: The Collin County Genealogy Society is a non-profit, educational society created to
foster and maintain interest in genealogy among citizens of Collin County and surrounding
areas. Out of state members with Collin County ancestors are encouraged to join. The Society
publishes and disseminates genealogical and historical information to the public and assists the
Haggard Library in acquisition of genealogical and historical research material. Through
monthly meetings and other activities, the society encourages the exchange of ideas and helps
its members to develop efficient methods for genealogical and historical research.
MEMBERSHIP & DUES: Membership runs yearly from July 1. Dues are payable at that time,
$20 for an individual, which entitles you to one set of publications and one vote, or a married
couple may pay $22 which entitles you to one set of publications but two votes. Non-voting
spouses are always welcome to attend meetings.
COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS: The society welcomes letters from members about its
publications and activities. The address is: Collin County Genealogical Society, P O Box
865052, Piano TX 75086-5052. Queries are free, and encouraged. Non-members may also
submit queries which will be published as space permits.
LIBRARY: Periodicals received from other societies on an exchange basis, books and
manuscripts presented to the society and books sent for review in COLLIN CHRONICLES are
placed in the Haggard Library, Piano, TX for use by the general public
PUBLICATIONS: The COLLIN CHRONICLES, dedicated to preserving the historical records of
Collin County, is mailed to all members, and to exchange societies, or may be downloaded
from our MyFamily.com site. Write to the Society for information on availability of back issues.
The newsletter is mailed to members and other societies six times a year. It contains
notification of upcoming events, timely material from local societies, general research
information, material availability from area libraries, spotlighting members, and other news. The
option to download them is also available.
MATERIAL FOR PUBLICATION: The society solicits unpublished Collin County related
material. Emphasis is placed on source material, such as: Bible records, Church and Lodge
records, Cemetery and Funeral Home records, Military records, Newspaper clippings,
obituaries, old letters, maps and diaries, school, tax, voter and jury lists. In submitting Bible
records, please send photocopies, including the title page and a typed copy of the record, in
addition to a brief sketch about the family. Members may also submit their ahnentafel charts for
publication, whether they have a Collin County connection or not. The editor reserves the right
to edit all material. Submitted material may be returned if requested and accompanied by a
SASE, otherwise it becomes the property of the society.
ADDRESS CHANGES: When you move, please send new address, including 9-digit zip code,
as soon as possible.
Vol 32 No 1:2011-2012
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