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Ancestry Library

Ancestry In-Library Edition: Discover Your Family Tree in the Library

Find out more about your family tree by searching Ancestry Library, a public library version of the popular Ancestry.com that includes access to over 2 billion names and thousands of genealogical databases:

  • Census and voter lists
  • Birth, marriage, and death records
  • Immigration records and passenger lists
  • Military records
  • Schools, directories, and church histories
  • Tax, criminal, wills, and land records
  • More

On the top menu bar, there are downloadable Charts and Forms that can be used to organize your research, as well as a Learning Center with useful search tips.

How do I save or print records?

Ancestry Library may only be used in the libraries. In order to view your findings at home, you may either print them, save them to a flash drive, or send them to your email.

Availability: This resource is only available inside South Central Library System member libraries.


Access brought to you in part by the Friends of the Madison Public Library

Friends of the Madison Public Library

Sep 5, 2019