|American Ancestors (In Library Access Only)American Ancestors (formerly New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) offers secure online databases which contain all of the Society’s New England and New York content, features, articles, and resources, as well as weekly updates and databases in a variety of regional and ethnic specialties, such as sources for mid-Atlantic, Irish, and African American research. Provided by the Wadleigh Memorial Library.|
|America’s GenealogyBankEasily search and browse millions of genealogies, obituaries, marriage and birth announcements and more from 1652 to the present. Search using names, date of birth (estimated or exact), date of death (estimated or exact), last known residence, and social security number. Includes historical newspapers, books and documents, along with modern obituaries and the Social Security Death Index. Also, it includes access to full-text issues of the local Farmer’s Cabinet from 1802-1879. Provided by a gift from the Arthur L. Keyes Memorial Trust.|
|Ancestry Library Online (In Library Access Only)Provides instant access to more than 1 billion names, more than 3,000 databases, primary-source document images and a variety of genealogical research features including 450 million census records from the U.S. Federal Census between the years 1790 and 1930, in addition to immigration, vital, military, court, church and ethnic records; city directories; genealogical societies; Social Security Death Index; Periodical Source Index; family history library; and much more. Search using names or location. Provided by the Wadleigh Memorial Library.|
FamilySearch is a free genealogy service provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
|HeritageQuest OnlineWith over 24,000 books, the complete U.S. Federal Census, the Periodical Source Index (PERSI™), Revolutionary War Pension Records, and other collections, HeritageQuest Online provides access to one of the largest collections of genealogy material in the country. Search using name, location, gender, or race. This collection of research materials helps in tracing family history and studying American culture. Provided by New Hampshire State Library’s NHewLINK.|
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