Explore your Family History at the Library

ancestryExplore the world’s largest online family history resource….at the library.  Access to Ancestry.Com is available for free from public computers at the library only.

Among the many things you can find there you can also:

*Find stories among 80+ million articles on Newspapers.com

 *Explore 400+ million original military records on Fold3.com

 *Enjoy unlimited access to more than 2 billion international birth, marriage, death, census, military, church and other records
 *Discover your immigrant ancestors and learn more about your family’s homeland in detailed passenger lists, border crossings and more
 *Travel back to the 16th century in popular UK birth, marriage and death records and see original hand-written documents
 *Learn about your ancestors in more than 60 countries outside the U.S., including the UK, Ireland, Canada, Germany, Australia, France, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and more
 *Explore all our U.S. record collections including birth, marriage, death and census records detailing occupations, ages, siblings, birthplaces, addresses, and more – even maiden names


*Connect with millions of other Ancestry members to ask for help, share ideas, make discoveries and possibly discover living relatives you n