Colorado Family History Societies (G-Z)

This section lists county associations from Larimer to Weld providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.

County Societies

Larimer County Genealogical Society

The association was established in 1974. 

They have indexes to: 

  • California Obituaries of former residents of Colorado
  • Fort Collins Coloradoan Obituaries from 1988-2002
  • Land Transfers in the Larimer Co. Courthouse Indexes 1862-1872
  • Larimer Co. 1885 State Census
  • Marriages 1858-1910

They also have details of their genealogy resources.

There are also numerous publications for sale, which include:

  • Cemetery Records
  • Divorce Applications 1825-1950
  • Larimer Co. 1885 State Census
  • Larimer Co. Marriage Indexes
  • Loveland Burials

Longmont Genealogical Society

There is an on-line catalogue of books that the association has donated to Longmont Family History Center on the site. 

They have an online index to Birth, Death and Marriages notices published in the Longmont Ledger Newspaper and an alphabetical index of the Longmont Voter Registration Records. There is also information about Cemeteries in Longmont.

Some of their members are willing to conduct genealogical research for a fee.


Mesa County Genealogical Society

The association was established in 1980.  They have an extensive collection of resources which are accessible at Loyd Files Research Library which is located at the Museum of Western Colorado. 

They also have an index of names from Mesa Co. Cemetery Records, and a list of surnames currently being researched by members.


Pikes Peak Genealogical Society

The association was established in 1980.  From 1996 to 2002 members collected and transcribed tombstone and sexton record information from 71 cemeteries in the region of Pikes Peak. 

Over 84000 entries from cemeteries in El Paso and Teller Counties were transcribed and published in 11 books, and these books are now available on CD from the association.


Weld County Genealogical Society

The association was established in 1973. They have an Master Index compiled from various sources and this is indexed by surname.  They also have indexes to Weld Co. Directories and a list of newspapers published in Weld County. 

There is also a subject index to their quarterly newsletter.  They have also taken photographs of gravestones in Weld Co. Cemeteries and have indexed these by surname.