Did you know that the Georgetown Peabody Library has two genealogy databases that our patrons can use? We also have the town’s Annual Reports and Newspapers digitized for users to view online.
Ancestry Library Edition (In-Library Use Only)
A wealth of information with over 4,000 databases and four billion names, and includes census data, maps, military, immigration, DAR records, slave stories, and more
MyHeritage Library Edition (Georgetown Library Card required for home access use)
Billions of primary historical records from the United States, Europe and other regions, with coverage spanning the past five centuries. Often accompanied by true document images, these records illuminate historical realities across a wide variety of regions.
Online digital collections from the Local History Room including the Georgetown Annual Reports and Georgetown Newspapers.
Patrons are always welcome to visit our Local History Room which includes materials about the history of Georgetown, Massachusetts, and the surrounding geographical area including the Merrimack Valley that establish Georgetown within its historical context.