Come to our September 19th meeting virtually!

Our speaker will be Jennifer DeBruin speaking on “Discovering the Humanity in History”. 

All you need to attend the meeting is a computer/tablet/smartphone or even a regular wired landline phone (although if you use the last choice, you will get only audio and not get to see the speaker’s powerpoint presentation). You need to have speakers attached to your computer, but you do not need to have a microphone or webcam; in fact, we will ask that you mute your mic and camera so that we do not place a strain on the allotted bandwidth.

You must register in advance using the link below. You will then receive an email confirmation with further information and the link to click on the 18th before 10 am. We suggest that you check in a bit before that, particularly if you do not yet have Zoom (free app) installed on your computer or device. The first time you go to use it, you will be prompted to download Zoom, which only takes a minute to do and it’s a one-time install: you don’t have to do it again.

You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: September 19, 2020 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting on the 19th.


    • Visitors are welcome. Please join us!  Each meeting is preceded by a brief educational session that starts at 9:30 am, followed a short business meeting at 10:00 am, and then a guest speaker or program. For more information about meeting times, locations, lunch arrangements and more, please visit our Meetings page. (The educational part of the meeting is cancelled till further notice.)
    • Minutes of past meetings, speakers’ handouts, newsletters and more are available to Kingston Branch members in the Members Only section.


Based in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, we are a branch of the provincial Ontario Genealogical Society. Our branch was established in 1973. We are an active and friendly group, with a membership that includes both new and experienced researchers. We meet eight times a year for educational talks, information sessions, and other activities.

We encourage and assist those who are interested in family history in the City of Kingston, in Frontenac County and Lennox & Addington County. We also maintain an extensive Library of books and other research materials and an on-going publications program, with more than 200 books available for sale.  You’re welcome to join us. For more information, please visit our Membership page. We’ll look forward to seeing you!


The OGS Kingston Branch library is now open to its new home in the newly-renovated Central Branch on Johnson Street.

Kingston Branch OGS members and KFPL staff can be reached through the Contact pages of their respective websites:

  • Ontario Genealogical Society, Kingston Branch: Contact
  • Kingston Frontenac Public Library: Contact Us

We look forward to seeing you in our newly-renovated location!