Euless Public Library

Genealogy

The Euless Public Library is home to a collection of local history and genealogy resources occupying their own room inside the library. In addition to computers with access to genealogical records, there are display cases filled with local historical artifacts.

Interested in local history? Be sure to check out the buildings at Heritage Park and the artifacts at the Euless Heritage Museum.

Mid-Cities Genealogical Society

The Mid-Cities Genealogical Society mission is to assist the public and their members in the study of genealogy and to encourage the libraries in the Mid-Cities area to obtain books and other records of genealogical interest.

Meetings are held the first Thursday of each month at the Mary Lib Saleh Euless Public Library. These meetings are free and open to the public.

Other Genealogical Societies

Local Libraries with Genealogical Resources

Family History Centers

National Archives

Genealogy Databases

  • Ancestry Library Edition

    Powered by the Ancestry.com services, this tool is only accessed using the computers at the library. With it you can find records of census data, vital records, photos and more from all over the world.
  • Fold3 History & Genealogy Archives

    This collection of National Archive records and U.S. Military records can also be accessed remotely.
  • HeritageQuest Online

    A resource for tracing your family lineage that can be accessed outside of the library through the TexShare Database collection.
  • FamilySearch

    FamilySearch is one of the largest genealogical databases in the world with more than 4 billion names indexed.
  • Find a Grave

    Find a Grave is a free website that has more than 120 million grave records available for genealogical research.
  • RootsWeb

    RootsWeb’s free resources include genealogical data, web space to build your own genealogy webpages, message board and mailing list.