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.   Membership is NOT required but recommended as we offer MEMBERS ONLY records and material on this WEBSITE,  Thank you!
The GSMC Research Library is open on Wednesdays between 11 am and 3 pm Eastern Time. 
We are looking forward to helping you for your Marion County, Indiana Genealogical needs.  We continue to be Open on Wednesdays from 11:00 to 3:00 pm.  We also will provide our services upon your request by Email or by requesting an appointment arrangement with us.  Please feel free to Call or Email us with your questions or concerns.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:  Kim Smith: SECRETARY@GENEALOGYINDY.ORG,  Barbara Hutchinson at or by calling (317)891-4762   APPOINTMENTS: Please Contact Ron Darrah the to schedule.   Wearing a mask is optional when entering the library. Thank you.                             GSMC appreciates the continuing support of Flanner & Buchanan, Inc.   

Upcoming Events
10/08/2022 - 1:00 pm
The Blanchard Family and the National Road
.Ron Darrah, GSMC Vice President and Librarian, will be the speaker. This is a new presentation that he has just developed.  This ...
11/12/2022 - 1:00 pm
Fort Benjamin Harrison Museum of 20th Century Warfare
Dale Lane, VP of the Museum Board, will be at our library to give us an introduction to what you can ...
Annual Show & Tell or Tell A Story and First Families and Civil War Families Induction
We will have our Annual Show & Tell or Tell A Story program and also celebrate new inductees into the ...

Facts and Tips
Don’t assume that all information in the census is correct. It’s only as good as the knowledge of the person reporting it or recording it.

A U.S. census is closed to the public for 72 years after it is taken.

Analyze, analyze and analyze again.
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