CCGS Newsletters

The Cleveland County Genealogical Society Newsletter is published four times a year, in March, June, September, and December. The Newsletter is distributed to members’ e-mail addresses. Members who do not have access to e-mail can request that the Newsletter be mailed to them.

  • The Editor of the Newsletter strives to provide our readers with
  • Current CCGS events and activities
  • Reference to articles from journals, online newsletters, and websites of interest
  • Local historical information
  • Items of interest to all CCGS members, both local and out-of-state members

Each issue of the Newsletter features serial installments of recently-created indexes to original Cleveland County records held in the Cleveland County Genealogical Society’s Archives. These county records can be viewed in the library on Tuesday or Thursday afternoons. The currently featured index is for Cleveland County Probates, 1929-1950.

Do You Want to Receive the Cleveland County Genealogical Society Newsletter? Just become a member, and we’ll put you on the e-mail distribution list.

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We are looking for unpublished family stories from the early days in Cleveland County to share with our members in the Cleveland County Genealogical Society Newsletter. We like first-hand accounts by the early settlers. Family members sometimes record a story told by their pioneer ancestor. Or maybe you just like writing about historical incidents that took place in Cleveland County. We’d like to hear from you

Contact us if you have a story to share, or if you want to write a story.

Archived CCGS Newsletters