May program brings the Hungarian Genealogy Society of Greater Cleveland to the Museum!

The Cleveland Hungarian Museum invites you to our May Program entitled “The Hungarian Genealogy Society of Greater Cleveland:  Who We Are and How We Can Help You in Your Research” on Saturday, May 14th, at 2 pm. The Museum is located on the ground level of the Galleria at Erieview, in Downtown Cleveland.This program will focus on the world of family history research, and how the Genealogy Society of Greater Cleveland works to help its members in their search for family data and history. Dan Corrigan and Diana Rogers from the Society will discuss this fine organization and they will also provide tips and on-line resources for tracing your ancestors back to Hungary.
Join us for this informative program!

The program fee is $10, and parking is available in the Galleria parking garage for $3.

Refreshments will be served after the program.

Hope to see you! A viszontlátásra!

This will be the last program of our Lecture Series for 2015-2016. We will have the programs for the next series published in the fall of 2016. In the meantime, we invite you to stop by the Museum to view the special Kozmon Exhibit or browse our Gift Shop. If you want to make a visit to the Museum on a day when we are not open, please call us (216-523-3900) or write to our email address at, and we will make arrangements for you to visit the Museum.


2 Responses to May program brings the Hungarian Genealogy Society of Greater Cleveland to the Museum!

  1. Natalie S Thompson May 16, 2016 at 10:36 pm #

    I am interested in getting possible help with my genealogy research. I am doing this for my son-in-law who was born in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. Surnames of interest are: Puskas, Doka, Murasan, and Socan to begin with. Is there anyone associated with your society who might be working on the same surnames that I could contact?

    • Eva Szabo May 17, 2016 at 9:05 am #

      Dear Ms. Thompson:

      We do not actually work on genealogy. The Hungarian Genealogical Society of Greater Cleveland might be able to help you on this. You may contact Diana Rogers or Dan Corrigan at (216) 382-3623 or email at

      Eva Szabo

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