Ancestry Library Edition
Please note: Ancestry Library Edition is only available through our public computers or your own device via our public Wi-Fi.
Are you related to a famous historical figure? Does royal blood run in your family? Research your family tree at the library!
The world’s most popular consumer online genealogy resource is available to in-library users, whether on our public computers or your own device via our public Wi-Fi! Answers await everyone — professional or hobbyist, expert or novice, genealogist or historian – inside the more than 7,000 available databases. Unlock the story of your family with sources like censuses, vital records, immigration records, family histories, military records, court and legal documents, directories, photos, maps and more.
Visit any of our branches and use one of our public computers to access Ancestry Library Edition. After logging in with your library card or visitor’s pass, click on the Ancestry Library icon (pictured here) on the computer’s screen to visit the website. All information obtained on the website can be downloaded onto removable storage devices such as a flash or external hard drive. The website also has a feature that allows you to send documents to your email address.
If you are inside a branch and connected to our public Wi-Fi, you can access Ancestry Library Edition on your personal device (phone, laptop, tablet, etc.) by visiting https://www.ancestrylibrary.com/. You must be connected to our public Wi-Fi in order to access Ancestry Library Edition.
We have numerous resources available that can help you research local history and genealogy. These resources can be accessed both within the library and at home.