Clinton County Libraries in Pennsylvania include:
The Annie Halenbake Ross Library (Ross Library) hosts the largest genealogy collections and performs genealogy research for a fee.
Books & Primary Print Sources
- How to Genealogy Books
- Individual Genealogies
- DAR, Census Index, Biographical Histories
- Cemetery Records
- Funeral Home Records
- Pennsylvania County Histories
1800 to 1930 for Clinton County and surrounding counties (microfilm)
Clinton County residents must have a library card to access the Heritage Quest database. To obtain the password the person must call the Ross Library 570 748-3321 or Renovo Library 570 923-0390.
Pennsylvania Room Index File
The index file includes over 190,000 cards pointing to marriages, obituaries, and landmark local events as they appear in microfilm copies of local newspapers, genealogies, and scrapbooks. Some photos have also been recorded, indexed, and filed.
Tax Lists (microfilm)
Extensive Digital Collection of Standard Source Records (CD-ROM).
Research Requests & Lookups
The Ross Library genealogy collection seeks to provide users with vital materials for researching local genealogy questions.
Requests for genealogy or PA-Look-ups are taken at Ross and Renovo Library’s main circulation desk, by phone Ross (570) 748-3321 or Renovo (570) 923-0390 or by e-mail [email protected] or [email protected]. A researcher is available at Ross Library on Thursdays. There is a fee for information found and mailed. The form to submit can be viewed and downloaded here.
The collection includes books, primary source materials, and local genealogies. Materials focus on Clinton, Centre, Lycoming and Clearfield counties, but also include data related to outlying PA areas, at least one book from all 67 PA counties, as well as the US and abroad. The collection includes both print and digital media.
Monday: 2pm to 8pm
Tuesday: 10am to 8pm
Wednesday: 9am to 2pm
Thursday: 10am to 8pm
Friday: 9am to 4pm
Saturday: 9am to 4pm