Marshall County Memorial Library:
GENEALOGY ROOM

Gr room
The Marshall County Memorial Library has a long history of providing outstanding genealogy resources. We house a uniquely expansive research collection including microfilm records: Marshall County Gazette (1859-2005), Lewisburg Tribune (1846-2017), state periodicals, city and state records, census information, deeds, wills, family tree information, assorted historical maps, and much more.

Our Genealogy Room contains valuable, irreplaceable information so you will not be allowed to remove any of the materials from the building. Library staff member, Lynn Hon will be happy to assist with your needs. There are inquiry forms located in the genealogy room that you may fill out and leave with any library staff member.
 
CLICK ON THE BUTTON BELOW FOR ONLINE GENEALOGY INQUIRIES
or you can send an email to 

lynn.mcmlgenealogy@gmail.com  

 
Genealogy Inquiry Form
Please include: Your name and contact information. Name of subject, their date/year of birth and death. Be as specific as possible in describing what information that you are seeking on that person.

Every third Thursday of each month a member of the local chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) will be here from 5:00 to 7:00 pm to assist you with your research.  The Marshall County Historical Society may also be able to assist you. Please call them for an appointment: Lynda Potts: 931.359.4489 Charles Nichols: 931.224.5197 Don Jeter: 931.359.4732

 ProQuest’s HeritageQuest Online
   A resource for genealogy and family history research. Includes
   digitized copies of federal census records, full-text family and local
   history books, Freedman’s Bank records and more!
• Tennessee Death Records
   Death Certificates for 1908-1951 are now available online thru a
   partnership with Ancestry.com. Other Ancestry.com resources
   require a subscription.
• Tennessee State Library & Archives
   TSLA has several resources available for those researching their
   Tennessee roots.
• Ancestry.com
   Ancestry.com is available on all of our lab computers. Ancestry.com
   is provided courtesy of the MCML Foundation. This database
   CANNOT be accessed from home.