Looking for your roots? Try the Genealogy Library
, 2022-03-01 02:00:00,
WILMINGTON — Perhaps you have seen one of the genealogy shows on television and wondered about your family tree.
Here in Clinton County there is a place to go for help in finding your roots or confirming who you think you are — the Genealogy Library in the Clinton County History Center.
On Friday, March 4, the Museum and the Genealogy Library will open for the 2022 season: In March through November, Fridays 1-4 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m.-2 p.m., the Museum and the Genealogy Library are open for business.
The Clinton Genealogical Society staffs volunteers who are on hand to help visitors to the library with their research quests. Many Clinton County records can be found in the library for those researching early roots in the county to those who came here later.
Some of the resources the library contains include surname files, family histories, early Clinton County deeds, wills, birth and death records, cemetery records, Quaker resources and more.
The Clinton County Genealogical Society usually meets the fourth Monday of the month for a business meeting concluding with an informative program. The next meeting will at 7 p.m. Monday, March 28 with Debbie Large as the speaker.
Debbie is an experienced presenter around Ohio and at the Ohio Genealogical Society Conference including the one coming up at the Great Wolf Lodge in Mason on April 27-30.
The Genealogical Society also sponsors three Lineage Societies: First Families of Clinton County, Civil War…
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