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We have genealogists who perform in-depth research in the District of Columbia Public Library in Washington DC. The District of Columbia Public Library has many genealogical records. including:

  • Maryland and DC Births (1727-present)
  • Maryland and DC Marriages (1634-present)
  • Maryland and DC Deaths (1727-present)
  • City Directories (1822-1973)
  • Street Directories (1914-present)
  • Telephone Books (1907-2005)
  • Reverse Directories (1914-present)
  • DC Estates Probate Records: Will Books and Estate Files (1801-1920)
  • Newspapers (1800- present), including Evening Star, National Intelligencer, National Era, Washington Bee, Washington Daily News, Washington Herald, Washington Post, Washington Times, Washington Times-Herald
  • Church and Cemetery Records
  • Alexandria County, VA Free Negro Registers (1797-1861)
  • Colonial Maryland Naturalizations
  • Compensated Emancipation in the District of Columbia
  • Runaway Slaves and Fugitive Slave Cases
  • District of Columbia Guardianship Index (1802-1928)
  • District of Columbia Indentures of Apprenticeship (1801-1893)
  • District of Columbia Original Land Owners (1791-1800)
  • Books

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  • Vertical files on individuals, institutions, neighborhoods (1905-present)

We’ll search records for you and email you digital images of what we find.

Research fees in the District of Columbia Public Library begin at $300 per project.

We also have Washington DC genealogists.

To request in-depth research, request a research quote.


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