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Kittitas County Genealogical Society

413 N Main, Suite D, Ellensburg, WA
(509) 925-5951
P.O. Box 1342
Ellensburg, WA 98926

The Kittitas County Genealogical Society has been a great help with the Kittitas County Home Page. Especially member, Sally Robins who's efforts have got this information online. Check the out books the society has for sale.

The society also has donated two databases for use at this site: Early Kittitas County Births (1891-1907) and Kittitas County Deaths (1882-1907) - for which I am very thankful.

The Kittitas County genealogical Society was formed in 1983 as a non-profit, non-political, and non-sectarian organization. Gifts to KCGS are tax deductible.

Purpose of the Kittitas County Genealogical Society
To create, stimulate and maintain interest in all matters pertaining to genealogical and historical knowledge.
To collect and preserve genealogical and historical records.
To promote interest in family history.
To hold classes for beginning and advanced genealogical research.
To publish bulletins, books, papers, and articles.

The Kittitas County Genealogical Society is a wonderful group of people. You can join the society for a yearly membership fee of $10.00 for a single membership, and $15.00 for a double membership. Membership year is March through February. Members get the following benefits: have free use of the library (non-members pay a daily fee), be able to check out selected library books, have the opportunity to work with other genealogists, receive a quarterly newsletter, post free queries to the bulletin and other societies with whom KCGS exchanges bulletins.

Society Meeting Nights @7:00 PM
First Monday of the month except for September and December

KCGS Computer Users Group Meetings
Not meeting at this time.

KCGS Publishes a quarterly newletter called "Kittitas Kinfolk" and is free with membership, or $3.30 per year for non - members.

The KCGS library has a wide variety of books on Kittitas County, Washington State, the United States, and even some on other countries. The library is open 10-4 on Monday through Friday, but you should always check to be sure. Occasionally, members will open the library on selected nights. The library is free to members, or a $1 per day charge for non-members. Only members can check out books. The library has a computer with access to the internet and use of email, the PAF genealogy program to computerize your research, the NEHGS library Volume 1 to 150, and a printer. They also have a copy machine. Copies using the computer and the copy machine are 10 cents per copy. They also have forms for sale, such as pedigree charts, family group sheets, etc. Donations of genealogical materials are always welcome.

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