New Legacy Family Tree User Group in Phoenix, Arizona

A new Legacy Family Tree user group is born - this time in my neck of the woods. Here's the announcement from Gene Carruth:

The Phoenix Family History Center is sponsoring a Legacy User Group starting December 13 at 7pm at the Center. This is for all users of the Legacy genealogy software to come together to learn how to get the most out of the software. This will be the first organizing meeting to discuss the dates, times, objectives and frequency of meetings. All those interested in Legacy genealogy software are invited to attend. 

  • What: Legacy User Group Meeting
  • When: December 13, Tuesday Night
  • Time: 7 PM
  • Where: Phoenix Family History Center, 3102 N.18th Ave, Phoenix, AZ
  • Who: Anyone interested

Any questions please contact Gene Carruth, cell phone 602-370-0564.

For a list of world-wide Legacy User Groups, visit

New Legacy User Group in Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, Canada

There's a new Legacy Family Tree user group in Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, Canada. Kathy Jones, coordinator of the group, reported that their first meeting was held on September 14 with 27 attendees. That's a great number Kathy, congratulations!

If you're in the area (it'd be a 1,674 mile drive for me...), mark the 2nd Tuesday of each month on your calendar. Meetings will meet regularly from 9:30-11:30am at the Qualicum Beach Family History Centre at 591 Arbutus Road.

Other Legacy User Groups meet around the world. Visit for the list.

New Legacy User Group in Kansas City

The first meeting for the newly-forming Kansas City area Legacy Family Tree user group will be held Saturday, September 4, 2010 at the Olathe Family History Center (15915 W 143rd St) in Olathe, Kansas. Contact Char Mitts for more information.

We're now up to 38 "official" Legacy User Groups throughout the world. For more information, please visit

New Legacy Family Tree user group in Des Moines, Iowa

A new Legacy Family Tree user group has recently formed in Des Moines, Iowa. In April I spoke to these people and they are serious about genealogy!

The group meets the third Thursday of the month at the Iowa Genealogical Society Library (628 E. Grand) in Des Moines from 1-3pm. An added bonus is that the IGS Library is open on Thursdays from 10am-9pm.

The group is open to the public - all are invited to attend. Contact Carlita Beltz for more information.

Click here for an updated directory of Legacy user groups throughout the world. There are now 36 such "official" groups. Send me an email if you are interested in forming a group in your area.

New Legacy User Group in Paraguay and our 2010 calendar

Legacy Family Tree User Groups are beginning to dot the globe. A new group is forming in Capiata, Paraguay. The meetings will be held the first Saturday of each month at 16:00 in Capiata. Contact Michael Slater for more information.

For a list of Legacy User Groups around the world, click here.

Also, see our busy Legacy Calendar 2010 for Legacy-related events. Looks like we have 23 more conferences/seminars this year. Last weekend's conference in Burbank, California was our company's most successful conference ever. Next year's calendar is also quickly filling up. If your genealogy society would like us to participate in their annual seminar, let us know.

New Legacy Family Tree User Group in Greeley, Colorado

Announcing our 34th "official" Legacy Family Tree User Group - this time in Greeley, Colorado.

This group meets the third Thursday of the month from 7-8:30pm at the Centennial Park Library at 2227 23rd Ave. For more information, click here to contact the group's organizer.

Many of you have asked about forming a new Legacy User Group in your area. All it takes is one enthusiastic person willing to organize it. Some groups meet monthly, some meet quarterly. Many hold their meetings in conjunction with a local genealogical society. When you are ready, let us know and we will help advertise your new group, here in Legacy News. For more information, visit our User Group page at

Another new Legacy User Group - Fresno, California

Announcing the newest Legacy User Group - this time in Fresno, California.

Melissa, the leader of the group, wrote "so many were excited after your presentation in November! We've been meeting for a couple of months now and are having a great turnout."

Yes, Fresno has a great group of genealogists, and I have no doubt that their new Legacy user group will inspire and help many. Most recently, they have been reviewing the Legacy training videos and then having a question/answer time.

The group meets the first Saturday of the month from 10am to noon at the California History & Genealogy Room of the Fresno County Library (2420 Mariposa St., Fresno, CA) 2nd floor. For more information, please contact Melissa via email or telephone at 559-488-6720.

New Legacy User Group in North Carolina

Legacy Family Tree user groups are popping up everywhere these days. This time in North Carolina.

If you live in the Murphy/Hayesville area of North Carolina we invite you to participate in the newest Legacy User Group. The first meeting will be held June 2, 2010.

The group will normally meet on the 2nd Wednesday night of each month at the Moss Library in Hayesville. The meetings will start at 6:30pm and last about two hours. The June meeting is scheduled for the 1st Wednesday (June 2) due to some other scheduled events.

The meetings are open to the public and are free. The programs will generally have a special presentation and then a work period to work on individual problems.

For more information, please contact Bobby Johnson.

For more information about our Legacy User Groups, please click here.

New Legacy user group forming in Tarrant County, Texas

We are excited to announce a new Legacy Family Tree user group in Tarrant County, Texas. If you live in the area, don't miss out on this great opportunity to learn and share about Legacy.

This new group will meet the second Saturday of each month (except for December) from 2:00-4:00pm at the Arlington Texas Stake Family History Center, 3809 Curt Drive in Arlington. Each meeting will include a main presentation and a question/answer session.

For more information, please contact Ila Johnson.

Is there a Legacy User Group where you live?

"Official" Legacy User Groups are located in:

  • Australia
    • Queensland
    • South Australia
    • Victoria
  • Canada
    • Alberta
    • British Columbia
  • Denmark
  • Germany
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
    •  Auckland
    • Hamilton
    • Hibiscus Coast
    • Kapiti
  • Norway
  • United States
    • Arizona
    • California
    • Florida
    • Indiana
    • Massachusetts
    • Oklahoma
    • Oregon
    • Texas
    • Utah
    • Washington

For more information on these groups, please click here. If your group is not listed, please let us know.

Legacy User Groups can vary from email or telephone contact lists to organizations that meet regularly to conduct workshops, provide informative speakers, discuss problems and share solutions. Each Legacy User Group determines its particular structure, goals, and officers. Although Millennia Corporation does not sponsor or direct Legacy User Groups, we do help interested persons make contact with groups or others who may want to form a group.

If you would like to form a group in your area, all you need is one interested and enthusiastic person to get it going. Let us know if you'd like help to get going and we can advertise here in Legacy News.

Forming a Legacy user group in Austin, Texas

If you live in the Austin, Texas area and are interested in participating in a new Legacy user group, please write to Roberta Jenkins. Roberta is one of our fantastic Legacy users who joined us on the 2008 Legacy Genealogy Cruise to Europe, and is trying to organize a group.

Legacy User Groups are held around the world. Some groups meet monthly, others meet quarterly. To see if there is a group in your area, visit our user group page at Although we do not sponsor or direct user group meetings, we will try to help interested persons make contact with each other who may want to form a group. Send us an email if you want more information.

We also make presentations to genealogy societies. This weekend we spoke to a great group in Fresno, California. If your society is looking for a special 1/2 or full-day seminar on genealogy technology and/or Legacy, send us an email.