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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.
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Resources

Our Family History Center features:

Access to 2.3 million rolls of microfilm

NMI 2020 microfilm reader

ScanPro digital film/fiche reader

Wi-Fi access

5 computer workstations

Our computer workstations provide free access to subscription genealogy web sites including:

  • Alexander Street Press (American Civil War Collections)
  • Ancestry.com
  • FindMyPast (United Kingdom Research)
  • Fold3 (was Footnote.com)
  • Genline Family Finder (Swedish research)
  • Godfrey Memorial Library
  • NewspaperArchive.com
  • 19th Century British Newspapers


Check out our ScanPro 2000 digital microfilm/fiche reader! The new reader, and its accompanying computer, printer, and scanner represent top-of-the-line technology for viewing, printing, and saving images from FamilySearch microfilms and fiche.

If you’ve never used microfilm before in your research, take five minutes to learn how to use the Family History Library catalog. Go to FamilySearch.org and click on Learn. A short video shows you how to use a Place Search or Last Name Search to locate microfilms that might be helpful to you in your research. Once you find a film that you’d like to view, stop by the FHC and we’ll help you order it. When it arrives, we’ll help you get started with the new digital reader!


Location

2017 Newman Road
Williamsburg, VA  23188

757/220-0266 during operating hours
757/903-5706 when the center is not open

Map to the Williamsburg Family History Center.

Hours

Tuesday  6:30pm - 9:00pm

Wednesday   6:30pm - 9:00pm

Thursday   9:30am - 12:30pm

Saturday  10:00am-12:00pm


 

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