The Cherry Hill Public Library welcomes you to our Genealogy Research Center – a space designed with the family history researcher in mind.
Some features of the Genealogy Research Center include:
- Dedicated computer workstations
- Multi-page & flatbed scanners
- A one-stop shop for all genealogy materials in the library
- A VHS to DVD/MPeg2 Video File converter
- Comfortable workspace furniture
- Access to Ancestry.com Library Edition* and other online genealogy tools
*Ancestry.com Library Edition is available only for in-library use.
For a limited time, Ancestry Library Edition can be accessed from home – watch the video below for instructions.
NOTE: Remote access to Ancestry will be ending on December 31, 2021. In-library access will continue.
Ancestry.com Access Resources
Click here to view these 5-minute tutorial videos from Ancestry.com – jumpstart your curiosity and begin learning to navigate Ancestry today.
For more search tips and strategies to help you discover your past, check out this Guide to Ancestry Library Edition.
Further Resources for Genealogy Researchers
Want to learn more?
Please check our online events calendar for upcoming classes on Ancestry.com and other genealogy topics.
To schedule a one-on-one appointment with a librarian, click here or call the Reference Desk at 856-667-0300 ext. 2.
Not finding what you’re looking for? Let us know!
As we build our genealogy collection, we welcome suggestions from our patrons. Click here to submit a suggestion through our catalog or call the Reference Desk at 856-667-0300 ext. 2.
The Genealogy Research Center is made possible through a generous donation from the Friends of the Cherry Hill Public Library, and is dedicated to Bryna Thaler, Rosemary Leach, Joan Kohn, and all of the volunteers who worked in the Friends Gift Shop.