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This is a powerful genealogical research tool with access to U.S. censuses, historical records, photographs, maps, and much more.  (Note: There is no remote access available for this database.)

If you are in the library, click here to access!

Database: Heritage Quest

Another powerful genealogy database with access to U.S. censuses, genealogy periodicals, family history and local history books as well as Revolutionary War records and the Freedman’s Bank records. Click here to access Heritage Quest!

Henrietta Historian's Notebook

The Henrietta Historians' Notebook is a section on the Town of Henrietta's website which features contributions from past and present historians. Learn about Henrietta's rich history by browsing the lists of local history resources, articles written by past and present historians, photos, and more. Access the Henrietta Historians' Notebook here.

Physical Content: Henrietta Post on Microfilm

At the library, we have the Henrietta Post (1961 - present) and the Henrietta South East Weekly Journal (1961 to Feb. 1987) on microfilm that can be read using our microfilm reader. Please ask a library staff member for assistance with reading the Henrietta Post on microfilm.

Physical Content: Rush-Henrietta Yearbooks

At the library, we have a collection of yearbooks from the Rush-Henrietta High Schools. The yearbooks are located inside of our Quiet Room on the second floor. The yearbooks are only for reference use; they cannot be checked out or brought outside of the library.

Didn't find what you were looking for?

Try looking at the Rochester Public Library's resources for genealogy and local history. Visit their webpage here.

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