Schaumburg Township District Library (STDL) To Co-Host Upcoming Quarterly Meeting Of The Polish Genealogical Society Of America (PGSA) On Sunday Afternoon, November 11, 2012, From 2 PM Until 4:30 PM; Program Registration Is Required

Hi Everyone!

The Schaumburg Township District Library will be co-hosting the upcoming quarterly meeting of the Polish Genealogical Society of America (PGSA) that will take place on Sunday afternoon, November 11, 2012, from 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM in the combined Rasmussen North and South Rooms on the 2nd floor of our library.

Our library is located at 130 S. Roselle Road in Schaumburg, IL.  The library building is located in the Town Square which is at the intersections of Roselle Road and Schaumburg Road.

Registration for the program is required. This can be done by visiting the library web site at:

Schaumburg Township District Library Web Site

Click on the “Events” tab at the top.

Then click on “All Programs” under the Central Library column.

Scroll through the calendar to select November.

Look for the November 11, 2012 date and click on the PGSA Program.

Enter in your First Name, Last Name and Phone Number (Required).

Your e-mail address is optional.  If you add it in you will receive an e-mail reminder from us a few days in advance of the program.

Click on the “Complete Registration” Button and you will be registered.

It’s that simple!

You can also register by calling our main library number at 847-985-4000 and ask that you want to be registered for a program.  Our staff will be able to register you if you are unable or unwilling to do the online registration process yourself.

The guest speaker at the PGSA meeting/program will be Jeff Bockman – genealogy lecturer and writer. His presentation is titled “Cemetery Records – Search High & Low, Above & Below”.

His presentation is expected to start between 2:15 to 2:30 PM after the PGSA conducts some society business.  The guest speaker’s program should last until approximately 3:30 PM to 4 PM.

He will provide information that will include finding cemeteries, cemetery records, funeral home records and will show photographs of unique tombstones and monuments.

Jeffrey Bockman is a Genealogy Lecturer & Writer. He was a contributing editor for the former Everton’s Genealogical Helper and a feature writer for the former Heritage Quest Magazine. His articles have also appeared in various other publications. He was the President of the DuPage County Genealogical Society for 5 terms. He is the author of Give Your Family A Gift That Money Can’t Buy, a book that encourages people to record and preserve their family’s history.

Refreshments will be provided.

The PGSA will also have genealogical research books of interest to Polish researchers for purchase at the program.

The program is open to all who have registered.  You do not have to be a library card holder of STDL to attend.  You do not have to be a member of PGSA to attend.  (If you are interested in becoming a member of PGSA, this is a great opportunity to see what a PGSA event is like and to meet and interact with those that are members.)

Visit the PGSA web site itself to see what the society is all about and what genealogical resources they have online both for the public and for registered members to use to help in your genealogical research.  You can visit the society web site at:

Polish Genealogical Society of America (PGSA) Website

Mark your calendars for this wonderful program.

Learn more about genealogical research on the topic of the program that can help you in your own research efforts.

Meet the PGSA and its members.


Tony Kierna
Genealogy Coordinator
Schaumburg Township District Library

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