Centerville Public Library offers a wide selection of books, movies, and online resources for their members. They also have a group of volunteers that work on genealogy and will assist patrons on their search, as well as free access to Ancestry.com when you are logged into their wifi.
The Museum features local (Greens Fork/Clay Township), regional, statewide, and International items. There is a genealogy library that contains books, photos, documents, and much more. There is a post clock located just outside of the building and a memorial garden and gazebo on the property. Donations accepted.
Follows CDC cleaning protocol
An extensive collection of Quaker genealogy. Special holdings include the Herbert Hoover Peace Studies Collection. Earlham is a Library of Congress selected depository of government documents.
Genealogists and history buffs will find a wealth of information at our modern, spacious library. The little ones will enjoy Children's Story time. Annual book sale is held in April.
The only Wayne County organization focusing solely on family history. A gateway to the past, the Wayne County Genealogical Society offers monthly meetings with a featured speaker. Office hours are Mondays from 10am to 4pm (except for Dec & Jan) Meetings are the second Saturday of every
Comprised of eight buildings on a compact site, the museum is a unique repository of Wayne County and Richmond history from early pioneer life through the industrial revolution into modern times.