2015 Bucks County Ancestry Fair September 19, 2015 at Bucks County Community College

2015 Bucks County Ancestry Fair

September 19, 2015 at Bucks County Community College


 9th Annual Bucks County Ancestry Fair

Join us on September 19, 2015 for the 9th annual Bucks County Ancestry Fair, the largest annual genealogical event in Bucks County!

Sponsored by the Bucks County Genealogical Society and the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, this year’s Fair, bigger and better than ever, will be held at a new venue, the Gateway Center building at the Bucks County Community College’s Newtown, PA campus.

Visitors to this all-day event will be able to view the Main Event “Your Roots are Showing: Get the Scoop on the Goodnoe Family”, attend any of the 14 different speaker sessions, and visit the over 25 exhibitors for a single $10.00 admission fee.  Our Bookseller Corner will feature selected genealogy titles from Maia’s Books for sale.  The admission fee also makes you eligible to win any of our fabulous door prizes; you will be able to purchase additional chances to win a door prize for only $1 each.

Members of Bucks County Genealogical Society: We are looking for volunteers to help make this event a great success!  If you can spare a couple of hours of your time on September 19, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Peg Felter.  A description of the tasks needing volunteers is available here.

Schedule of Events

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Take a look at this full day of exciting genealogical presentations

Main Event

Goodnoe scoop

Get the scoop on the Goodnoe family roots!



All day speakers in 3 tracks: Beginners, Technology, and General

(Pictured: Melissa Johnson, CG)


AF 2014 exhibitors

Genealogical and historical societies, local repositories, and vendors of genealogical products and services

Door Prizes

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Check out this list of fabulous door prizes to be awarded

Getting There


Directions to Bucks County Community College and Gateway Center

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