1 - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Church records from many different religions. The FHL has one of the most impressive collections of genealogical material in the world. Microfilmed copies of hundreds of thousands of birth, marriage, death and other records containing well over a billion names have been gathered from all over the world and are stored at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Adventist - James White Library
7th Day Adventist library has a collection approaching one million volumes, and subscribes to nearly 3,000 periodicals.
American Jewish Historical Society
The mission of the American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS) is to foster awareness and appreciation of the American Jewish past and to serve as a national scholarly resource for research through the collection.
Catholic Center - USCHS
Currently, the Society is working with several computer experts to design a technology which will enable Society historians and archivists to establish a national digitized archive of the Church in America.
Church of the Brethren Network
Review our lists, individual contributions, or surf to other genealogical and historical web sites. You may just find that long lost ancestral link to your family tree.
Congregational Library Archives
The archives collects material that documents the Congregational, Congregational Christian, Christian and United Church of Christ tradition throughout the world. There are approximately 900 separate archival and manuscript collections totaling 1200 linear feet.
New York church archives with some actual church records.
Episcopal Church USA
Archives and collection of Church Records.
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
The churchwide archives also works in partnership with ELCA synodical and regional archives where records of more local interest for synods and congregations may be found.
The Archives of the Mennonite Church is the official repository for the records of Mennonite Church agencies, conferences and congregations. It also contains over 900 personal collections
Presbyterian Historical Society
Philadelphia office includes a research library, archives, museum, and one of the records depositories of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
The Quaker Corner is the official repository for the QUAKER-ROOTS discussion group, a very active mailing list with over 1,200 subscribers. Many of them are helpful authorities on doing Quaker research and the Society of Friends, past and present.
The manuscript portion of the collection includes account books, journals and photographs, and is especially strong in spirit communications and hymnals.
United Church of Christ
Preserves the records of the church's national setting since 1957. All questions concerning parish and family records should be directed to Ng. George Hing, the archivist, at the address on the right of this page.
United Methodist Ancestors
If the person was an ordained minister, then records held by the General Commission on Archives and History may be able to help you. The resources for genealogical research are limited to full-time, fully ordained clergy of the United Methodist Church and its predecessor denominations.
United Pentecostal Historical Center
Check out some of the Pioneers of Pentecost here. Interested in doing research? Read more about our guidelines on research.