Genealogical Society of Marion County
The GSMC Research Library
9370 E. Washington St.
Indianapolis, INDIANA 46229 
(317) 891-4762
Contact:  Barbara R. Cline Hutchinson, 
The Genealogical Society of Marion County (GSMC) welcomes everyone who has an interest in genealogical and historical research to join our Society. The Society promotes genealogical and historical research and aids in the publication, dissemination, and preservation of genealogical and historical material, especially in Marion County, Indiana.  We invite you to join us.
The GSMC Research Library is open on Wednesdays between 11 am and 3 pm Eastern Time. 
       Visit us the 2ND SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH – 11AM TO 3PM at The GSMC LIBRARY  9370 E. WASHINGTON ST. INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46229       Is Genealogy your hobby or something you’re interested in?  Regardless of what your needs are? Do you need help getting started or breaking that brick wall?  We here at GSMC are ready to help.  Come join us for an afternoon of genealogy talk. You bring the topic. Looking forward to seeing you.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT Kim Smith:    SECRETARY@GENEALOGYINDY.ORG  (317)891-4762
                           Unable to visit during these times? Contact the to schedule an appointment. 
We recommend that it is an option if you wear a mask to enter the library.
GSMC appreciates the continuing support of Flanner & Buchanan, Inc.   

Upcoming Events
07/09/2022 - 1:00 pm
Everything Ain't What it Seems: Learning you're Adopted
Terry Prall will update our group on his personal adoption journey. He will also discuss the perils of using online family trees ...
08/13/2022 - 1:00 pm
History and Reminiscing about Cerealine Towne in Indianapolis Indiana
Sharon Kennedy will be at our Library to discuss the history and tell stories about this neighborhood that was located near the ...
09/10/2022 - 1:00 pm
Programming information to be coming soon.

Facts and Tips
Write down your sources of information. Who/what told you? This is documentation. From this, you will be able to find the source again, if you - or anyone else - need to do so.
[Basic Genealogy]

A person who dies “intestate” dies without a will.
[Vital Records ]

The term "relict" refers to a widow or widower.