Research

A

Noblesville Library

One Library Plaza

Noblesville, IN 46060

B

Carmel Clay Public Library

55 4th Ave SE

Carmel, IN 46032

C

Family History Center

777 Sunblest Blvd

Fishers, IN 46038

D

Allen County Public Library

900 Library Plaza

Fort Wayne, IN 46082

E

Indiana State Library

140 N Senate Ave

Indianapolis, IN 46204

F

Indiana State Archives

6440 E 30th St

Indianapolis, IN 46219

Libraries

Hamilton County, Indiana

Noblesville Library - Hamilton East Public Library
Indiana Room
Genealogy Resources Noblesville, IN

The Indiana Room is located on the second floor of the Hamilton East Public Library in Noblesville. The Indiana Room is dedicated to preserving local and state history, genealogy, and family history. Many of the sources are part of special collections or reference materials that cannot be checked out. Below are examples of the Indiana Room's genealogy resources:

317-770-3206  •  hepl.lib.in.us

Genealogy Online Subscription Databases:

Ancestry.com

Library Edition

Heritage Quest

Online Edition

Fold3.com

(formerly Footnote.com)

American Ancestors

New England Historic Genealogical Society

Historical Information & Records:

Genealogy Books

for general reference

Federal Census Records

from the State of Indiana

County History Books

from multiple authors

"Hamilton County History"

a photography collection from late 19th to early 20th century

Obituary Records

indexed by surname

Local Newspapers

dating back to 1837

Local Family History

donated records

Indiana Clippings File

and Hamilton County

Cemetery Listings

of Hamilton County

High School Yearbooks

Noblesville and Hamilton Southeastern

Noblesville Sanborn Maps

on Microfilm

Topographical Maps

of Hamilton County

Plat Maps

of Hamilton County

Family Tree Maker

archives and records

City Directories

of Noblesville (1874-1993)

Church History

records library

Hamilton County Law

records library

WPA Vital Records: (All 68 Indiana Counties are available on microfilm and CD)

Birth and Death Records

1882-1920

Marriage Records

1850-1920

Early Marriage Records

1833-1850

 

Carmel Clay Public Library Carmel, IN

The Carmel Clay Public Library was founded in 1904 by the Wednesday Literary Club. With the help of a school teacher named Luther Haines, the group began lending books from the street level room of the telephone company building on Main Street. That same year, an official board of trustees was formed to govern the Library. Continuing this philosophy of providing superior service and efficient access to information, the Library is positioned to meet and exceed the expectations of stakeholders well into the future. Genealogy classes are also offered.

317-814-3900  •  carmel.lib.in.us

Family History Center Fishers, IN
317-577-2911

The Fishers FamilySearch Center has been helping family history researchers since 1983. The FamilySearch Center offers easy access, plenty of parking, flexible hours and several well-trained and enthusiastic staff members to help guide your research, while offering free use of premium subscription websites.

317-577-2911

State of Indiana

Libraries

The Indiana State Library, Indiana State Archive, and Allen County Public Library all have sources relevant to genealogical research. It is recognized that research needs can vary, so the following libraries are listed for reference:

Allen County Public Library Fort Wayne, IN

The ACPL Genealogy Center is a unique and valuable resource for the Northeastern Indiana community and the entire genealogical community at large. They boast one of the largest research collections available, incorporating records from around the world. Their staff members specialize in genealogy and are readily available to help.

260-421-1252  •  acpl.lib.in.us

Indiana State Library Indianapolis, IN

The majority of the materials in the Indiana State Library are kept in locked stacks, with the exception of the Genealogy Division's book collection on the first floor, and the reference collections and microfilm collections on the second floor. Patrons need to request the particular items they want from the appropriate reference or service desk, using a completed call slip that includes the patron's name, address, the title of the item, and its call number.

317-232-3675  •  in.gov

Indiana State Archives Indianapolis, IN

The Indiana State Archives exists to provide for the protection of, and access to primary-source and historical documents, and those that contribute to Indiana's heritage. ICPR personnel are eager to share knowledge within their areas of expertise through tours and presentations.

317-591-5222  •  in.gov