If you are a member, please renew for the new year. If you are not a member yet, please consider joining. A membership form is at http://www.ccgstexas.org/membership
We’re turning 40! Join Comal County Genealogy Society members for our fall picnic and anniversary celebration, September 13, from 6-9 pm at Landa Park, Pavilion #16. All food will be catered by Granzin’s; just bring yourself! We’ll have cake for dessert! John Coers will relate highlights of our 40 years!
RSVP by Friday, September 9 to Vice-president Lynn Thompson (Lynn.Thompson1954@gmail.com)
If you need to re-up your membership, please mail a check for $20 (individual) or $25 (family) to Comal County Genealogy Society, PO Box 310160, NB, TX 78131
CCGS donated copies of all the past Comal County censuses that the society compiled to the Everett A. Fey, Sts. Peter & Paul Parish Archives Collection. The Collection had its official grand opening in its new location on February 2, 2022 and is located upstairs in the Parish Center above St. Mary’s Hall at the church.
Now that the Covid-19 scare has subsided and things have returned closer to normal, the CCGS Board has decided to resume activities and meetings when possible. See the Events Calendar for more information on each meeting.
If you are a member, please renew for 2022. If you are not a member yet, please consider joining. A membership form is at http://www.ccgstexas.org/membership/
The Sophienburg Archive reopened for research on Feb. 1. This will be by appointment only; please call 830-629-1572 to make a reservation.
The 175th Celebration of New Braunfels Founding events scheduled from 14 to 22 March 2020 are postponed. This is not the first time in the celebration of its Founding that there has been a postponement, although for very different reasons.
Items from the time capsule may be picked up now however from the Sophienburg Museum.
More information can be found at https://since1845.com/
To ensure that the items in the New Braunfels 125th Anniversary Time Capsule did not partially or entirely deteriorate, the Capsule was open in advance under the supervision of the Sophienburg Museum and Archives. They reported all items survived and an inventory was made of the contents. See this link for a list of the contents, including who provided it and who the object was intended.