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FamilySearch This article describes the services and resources available at a Family History Center, a branch facility of the Family History Library.


Serving the communities in the northern part of Jackson County, Oregon - Central Point, Gold Hill, White City, Eagle Point, Jacksonville...and Beyond!

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Center Contacts and Hours

Location & Map:

Address: 2305 Taylor Rd., west of Central Point, Oregon, at Grant Rd.

  • We  are located on the east side of the Central Point Oregon Stake Center, which is next to the Medford Oregon Temple.
  • Location on Map

Phone: 541-664-5356

E-mail: cporfhc@groups.facebook.com

'Open Hours:
Tuesday:  9-4, 6:30-9
Wednesday: 6:30-9
Thursday: 12-4
1st and 3rd Saturdays: 10-2, Class 2-3 on 3rd Saturday

Holiday Schedule:

The CPOR FamilySearch Center will be closed on the following in 2012:
      27 Feb - 13 Mar, May 24-28 • Sept. 1-3 • Nov. 18-24 •  Dec. 23 - Jan 2, 2013


Calendar and Events • 

Upcoming Events • 

Class Schedule • 3rd Saturdays, 2-3pm

Saturday, 16 June 2012 - class on gleaning from what you already have at


Staff Training Meetings • 


Center Resources

Collections

  • Family History Library Catalog: This center receives films and fiche patrons order through Online Film Ordering. The films and fiche available through the Family History Library Catalog can be viewed through their loan period.

Databases and Software

Hardware and Equipment

  • Computers with internet access, and printers
  • microfilm and microfiche readers


Center Services

Resources in the Local Area

  • Medford Oregon FamilySearch Center
  • Address: 2900 Juanipero, Medford OR, 97501
  • Phone: 541-773-3363

Links


Volunteer at the Center

Inquire at the center. Thank you.


 

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