Genealogy Research

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Library Archives

Visit the the library archives to find local newspapers on microfilm, census records, school yearbooks, city and county directories, and other historical documents are available at the library archives. All archival documents are for in-library use only and cannot be checked out.

View a list of available resources.

 

Hardin County Genealogy Society

The Hardin County Genealogy Society offers a vast variety of publications to aid in your genealogy research, as well as historical county resources. 

Visit the center:
211 W Franklin ST
Kenton, OH 43326
419-674-4088
www.hardincountyconnections.com

 

Online Genealogy Resources

 

Search records, books, serials, and other historical records specific to African Americans to trace your genealogy or to do research.
Trace your genealogy using a wide variety of historical records. You must be in the library to access this database.
FamilySearch is the largest genealogy organization in the world and provides free access to 4+ billion names from all over the world.
Find a Grave is the best place on the internet to look for burial and other final disposition information for family, friends and famous people.
Fold3 is a premier collection of historical U.S. military records that brings to life the details of America’s military veterans with stories, photos, and personal documents.
Search HeritageQuest Online for census records, books, serials, and other historical records to trace your genealogy.
Explore digital content from over 390 cultural heritage institutions representing all 88 of Ohio’s counties covering a wide range of topics from prehistory to present day.
The Ohio Obituary Index contains over 3,700,000 obituaries, death & marriage notices & other sources from Ohio from the 1810s to the present day.