We have genealogists who perform in-depth research in the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library Archive in Toledo, Ohio.
The collections include:
- County histories and published genealogies
- Indexes for Federal Censuses
- Federal Census for Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, New York
- 1890 Special Schedule of Union Veterans and Widows
- Family histories
- Name Indexes with 100,000+ names
- Ohio Historical Society surname index
- Daughters of the American Revolution, Lineage Book
- Domesday Book
- Genealogical and historical periodicals
- Barbour Collection, Connecticut Vital Records
- U.S. Revolutionary War bounty land warrants, Military District of Ohio
- American State Papers, Public lands and claims
- Ohio military rosters: War of 1812 through World War 1
- Ohio regimental histories for the Civil War
- Ship passenger lists & indexes
- The Blade Obituary Index, 1837 to present
- Newspapers: English & foreign language
- County government records
- Toledo City Directories, 1858 to present
- Toledo Suburban Directories, 1957 to present
- Yearbooks for schools, colleges and universities
- Newspaper clippings arranged by subject
- Manuscripts from individuals and organizations
- Oral histories
- Historical documents
- Architectural files
- Ohio Historic Inventory forms and National Register applications
- Toledo Police Department Jail Registers 1872 to 1921
- Church records
- Toledo City Council ordinances, solutions, journals, 1837 to 1917
- Cemetery records and tombstone transcriptions
We’ll search records for you and email you digital images of what we find.
Research fees in the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library begin at $300 per project.
We also have Ohio genealogists.
To request in-depth research, request a research quote.