A-Z Databases

Find the best online resources for your Greene County, Pennsylvania local and family history research.


Subscription Databases

These databases may be accessible through your local library; by creating a free account; or by purchasing a personal subscription. Read each description for details.
Ancestry.com | Pennsylvania Records This link opens in a new window
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Pennsylvania Residents: If you are a Pennsylvania resident, you can enjoy FREE access to records digitized via the partnership between the Pennsylvania State Archives and Ancestry.com. This access requires a FREE Ancestry.com Pennsylvania account. To begin, visit Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, enter your zip code in the form at the bottom of the page, and follow the subsequent link to the Ancestry.com Pennsylvania search page.
FamilySearch.org | Pennsylvania Wiki This link opens in a new window
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The FamilySearch Pennsylvania Wiki includes statewide research strategies and resources, as well as links to separate wikis for each of its 67 counties. FamilySearch is digitizing microfilmed county courthouse records, including early Greene County Deed books, Marriage licenses, Orphans' Court dockets, Will books, and more. However, not all records have been indexed yet, so search engine results for specific names will NOT show you the full range of FamilySearch records that are actually available online. You must browse the FamilySearch catalog listings for each county to view the full set of records available. The vast amount of accessible original records is well worth your time to explore.