Our site will change from a Joomla-based site to WordPress. At the time of the update, our site may be down for a short while. Some posts or pages may not be available until they are moved to the new format. ~ NEAGS Web Administrator, 24-Jan-2013.
Free Printable Charts/Records
- To aid in the preservation of family Bible records, military records, cemetery records and other genealogical records.
- To promote historical and genealogical research and the study of history and genealogy.
- To promote interest and encourage people who are interested in genealogy, history and preservation.
- To collect and preservehistorical and genealogical data relating to Alabama, particularly, but not limited to, the counties of:
» St. Clair
NEAGS strives to promote Genealogy and offer a place to research your families. We also can help you do research for membership in DAR, SAR, UDC, SCV, War of 1812, Colonial Dames and other Historical societies.
We have approximately 5,000 family files. We try to get people researching to place copies of their files in folders for others researching and as a back up for your file that may be lost to fire or theft or such.
We would like to extend each of you an invitation to come over and see the library firsthand and use our facilities for family and/or historical research. We also have computer connection to aid you in research and a wireless network that you can use with your laptop computers.
Periodically a review features a book from the Nichols Memorial Library. All books are available on-site for your research. See top menu!
Members of the NorthEast Alabama Genealogical Society were among the first indexers for the 1940 Census Project.