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The Birmingham Second Ward Family History Center serves the communities of the eastern Birmingham and several cities on the eastern side of the Birmingham, Alabama metro area. We strive to provide local needs for research and assistance in family history research and genealogy resources.
Center Contacts and Hours
Location & Map:
Address: 1337 Old Springville Road, Birmingham, AL 35235
- Use main parking enclosed section: ring doorbell. If no answer and no cars are in the parking area please check posted hours or call for apppointment in the Family History Center.
- Location on Map
- Otherwise by appointment.
Calendar and Events
First Tuesday each month class 6:30-8pm
Staff Training Meetings: TBA
- Family History Library Catalog: This center has the ability to order any of the films available through the Family History Library Catalog and access to films or books from Birmingham First Ward collections as short term loans by request
Hardware and Equipment
We have one computer, one printer; three microfilm readers in a reading room with storage for films ordered for viewing. Please bring your laptops so we can work together.
Staff Research Specialties
Resources in the Local Area
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Volunteer at the Center
Any members who wish to volunteer as consultants or to assist as a consultant companion during Family History Center Hours please contact as listed above; Priesthood support volunteers requested.
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