The Chemung County Library District Genealogy & Local History Department is excited to announce our newest database available to CCLD Cardholders–Heritage Hub! Explore your family history with the premier collection of U.S. obituaries and death notices for in-depth genealogical research Continue reading Heritage Hub – New Database!
The Chemung County Library District is pleased to announce that we have added the Fold3 and newspapers.com Library Edition databases to our online offerings for the next year beginning December 2021. These are available to anyone with a CCLD library Continue reading Library adds Fold3 and Newspapers.com for researchers
The Steele Memorial Library has been collecting yearbooks from the five area high schools since 1909. They have been very popular with genealogists and others ever since. Unfortunately there are several years that we do not have. Since they can Continue reading Yearbook Donations Requested
The Genealogy Department is proud and happy to announce that our staff and volunteers have completed a spreadsheet containing the names from St. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery Records from their Ledger Book encompassing the years 1890 -1947. We now have Continue reading St. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery Records
Did you know that the Steele Memorial Library has a genealogy collection? Have you ever wanted to research your family’s history? Below are some tips to get started in genealogy. If you are interested in beginning or continuing genealogical research, Continue reading Tips to get started in genealogy!
The Steele Memorial Library has been collecting High School Yearbooks from the five area high schools since 1909. They have been very popular with genealogists and others ever since. Unfortunately, there are several years that we do not have. Since Continue reading Yearbook Donations Requested
March is Irish-American Heritage Month, by Presidential Proclamation! So it was no surprise that Maeve Binchy’s (my favorite Irish writer) latest book, Minding Frankie arrived at the library on March 1. I took it home and read it in one Continue reading March – Irish-American Heritage