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Genealogy: Home

Information and resources on Genealogy and Ancestry.

Introduction

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     What is Genealogy?

The studying and learning of family history along with conducting research and collecting    family ancestrial  information. Examples of information are birth certificates, death records, marriage licenses, obituaries, family heirlooms and much more.

Where To Begin

Antique family Bible

You can begin in your own backyard. Old family Bibles often contain family registry pages, for records of births, deaths, and marriages. Interview the experts - your parents, grandparents and other relatives from both sides of your family.

See other Genealogy Resources

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NOTE: Some of the Genealogy databases will require using your Library card to login and access information. Others can be use free of charge only in the Library.

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