MSOG, Inc.
P.O. 215
Ashland, MA 01721-0215


MSOG is made up of chapters throughout Massachusetts: Bristol, Merrimack Valley, Middlesex, and Worcester. Each chapter has its own governing board of officers, annual meeting, and election. Each chapter is a member of the state board and is represented by the chapter’s president. Chapters do not meet during the months of July and August.


MSOG offers memberships for the Individual, Family, and Organization. Membership is from September 1st through August 31st.
Join today and begin enjoying the many benefits of being a MSOG member. Join or Renew now for 2021-2022.
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Login to Members

If you are already a member of the Society, you can log in by clicking on the Members link. If you are not already a member, we encourage you to become a member and begin receiving all the benefits of membership. 

How to Use Surname Research

Check out this news article on How to Use Surname Research on this Website.

Annual Meeting 2021

You must be logged in as a Member to see the Annual Meeting 2021 Information: the Annual Meeting Program on the New Deal, and the Board Annual Reports.

MSOG Pins and Danglersl

Members will soon be able to purchase MSOG pins and danglers when the Store opens within the Members area. 
MSOG pin

Upcoming Events
Feb. 1
7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
February 2022 Generations Book Club
The Book Club will be discussing Here Shall I Die Ashore by author Caleb Johnson. Copies of the book are available at your local library ...
Feb. 5
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Resources Available from the Massachusetts Archives
Presented by Catherine Perreault   Catherine Perreault is currently the Reference Archivist for the State Archives, working under the Head of Reference, to provide ...
Feb. 10
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Pilgrim, Puritan, Separatist, Saint
Who were the Pilgrims, or were they Puritans? There’s a big difference! And “Separatist” or “Saint?” And why did thousands of English leave their homes ...
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