Fort Macleod Alberta Family History Centre

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The Fort Macleod Stake Family History Center welcomes all who are looking for assistance with their family history. Our staff are eager to help both those who are just beginning Family History and those who have been engaged in the search for ancestors for many years.

Centre Contacts and Hours

Location &Map:

Phone: 403-553-2556

E-mail: "mailto:ab_fortmacleod@ldsmail.net"

Open Hours:

  • Tuesday 1:30 to 9:00 pm
  • Other times available by appointment only, Call Margaret Padley 403-553-2404 or 403-634-9266

Holiday Schedule: closed

Calendar and Events

Upcoming Events

Class Schedule

Staff Training Meetings

Scheduled at 5:00PM on the first Tuesday of the month


Centre Resources

Collections

Databases and Software

  • FHC Portal This center has access to the Family History Center Portal page which gives free access in the center to premium family history software and websites that generally charge for subscriptions.
    • 19th Centry British Library Newspaper Digital Archive
    • Access Newspaper Archive
    • Alexander Street Press - The American Civil War
    • Ancestry.com
    • ArkivDigital Online - Swedish Genealogy
    • Findmypast
    • Fold3.com (previously known as Footnote.com)
    • The Genealogist
    • Godfrey Memorial Library
    • Hertiage Quest Online
    • Historic Map Works Library Edition
    • Paper Trail
    • World Vital Records

Hardware and Equipment

  • This center has four computers for patrons to use which are internet enabled.
  • We also have four microfilm readers and micro fiche machines.
  • We have a large inventory of Vital records from Ontario, Canada in our inventory.

Centre Services

Staff Research Specialties

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Resources in the Local Area

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Links

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Volunteer at the Centre

We require two more female (only because they will be working with current female volunteers) volunteers