Bremerton Washington Family History Center
|This article describes the services and resources available at a Family History Center, a branch facility of the Family History Library.|
Center Contacts and Hours
Location and Map:
- 2225 Perry Ave Bremerton, Washington 98310 United States
- Tuesday: 10:00am-8:00pm
- Wednesday: 10:00am-6:00pm
- Thursday: 12:00am-4:00pm
- Friday: 12:00am-8:00pm
- Saturday: 10:00am-4:00pm
Thanksgiving Day and following day: CLOSED
'Chistmas Eve: 'CLOSED
Christmas Day: CLOSED
New Years Eve: CLOSED
New Years Day: CLOSED
Calendar and Events
Monthly classes are offered on a variety of topics on the first Tuesday of each month from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Contact the Family History Center to learn what's coming up.
Staff Training Meetings
Held the first Tuesday of each month, 7pm-8pm. All Temple and Family History Consultants are invited to attend.
- The Center provides free access to websites that generally charge for subscriptions including Access Newspapers, Ancestry.com, Heritage Quest, ArchiveDigital (Swedish Research), Fold 3, etc.
- The center has a large selection of microfilm and microfiche on indefinite loan as well as a collection of books, atlasas and research guides
- A sampling of various family database products are available to test, including Personal Ancestry File (PAF), Legacy, Ancestral Quest, etc.
- Computers, microfilm reader/printer, scanner, printers and wifi is available.
Staff Research Specialties
Trained temple and family history consultants are available to answer question and assist with helping you research your own family history.
Resources in the Local Area
Government offices for obtaining copies of birth, death, marriage and land records are located within 15 minutes of the Family History Center. The main branch of the Kitsap Regional Library and Puget Sound Genealogical Society (PSGS) are located a few blocks away.
- FamilySearch Research Wiki: What It Can Do For You!: A comprehensive video presentation explaining the Wiki, navigating it, and some especially useful pages. Case studies demonstrate using the Wiki for genealogical research. Editing and adding articles to the Wiki are covered.