Lucius E. and Elsie C. Burch, Jr. Library


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Ancestry Library Edition  
In-Library Use Only

Heritage Quest Online

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Patron Guide to Ancestry Library Edition  LibGuide to Genealogy Resources
LibGuide to Genealogy Resources  

Provides patrons with unique
access to a wide range of
unique sources for genealogical
and historical research. With 
more than 1.5 billion names
in over 4,000 databases, Ancestry
Library Edition includes records
from the US Census; military
records, court, land and probate
records; vital church records; 
directories; passenger lists 
and more.

This collection assembles every
existent US federal census,
family genealogies, local
histories, tax lists, city
directories, land and
probate records, birth,
marriage and death records,
genealogical and local history
serials, and more.



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Tennessee Genealogy
Resources (TEL) 

Tennessee Archives
Directory (TEL)

In partnership with,
the Tennessee State Library and
Archives is providing access to
several important collections of
Tennessee records. Included are
death certificates, birth records,
a collection of Tennessee Land
Grants and a collection of early
Tennessee tax lists. They are
accessible to everyone in
Tennessee with the creation of
a free guest account.                                

Provides an easy, one-stop 
resource for genealogists and
researchers to find out about 
local archives in our state. On
the website, click the county
on the map to locate local
archives within the county,
or use the drop-down menu
to find an archive by county
or by archive's name. 


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Tennessee Genealogical

Germantown Regional
History and Genealogy

Free sites for Beginners

The Tennessee Genealogical
Society is a non-profit, tax-
exempt organization, 
completely staffed by
volunteers. Located in
Germantown, it is adjacent
to the Germantown Regional
History and Genealogy Center

Collections consist of non-
collections of books,ephemera,
microfilm, computer-based
files, periodicals, photographs,
maps and vertical files on the
cultural, architectural, genea-
logical and historicalheritage
of the South, with emphasis
on the Mid-South, Eastern
and Southern states. Some
records may be available
in multiple formats.

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    • Collierville Library Location

      501 Poplar View Pkwy
      Collierville, TN 38017

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      Fri – Sat: 10AM – 6PM
      Sun: 1PM – 5PM
      Phone: 901-457-2600

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