Gain access to our proprietary databases on Greene County (Pennsylvania) families and history.  Click JOIN US below for details of these databases and other benefits and protocols of membership. Memberships are for one  year from the date of joining.

For finding aids to further your research, look at our extensive set of links: Click the ABOUT tab at the top of this page, and then Links.

Our Library is attached to Greene County’s 1797 restored Log Courthouse, which we are pleased to tour with you.  We are a licensed affiliate of FamilySearch’s research & library system.


Public Meeting/ Reception: Tuesday July 12, 7:00 at the Veterans Memorial near the Greene County Historical Society on Rolling Meadows Rd. Zack Patton will speak on the burial sites of the Greene Countians who perished in World War I. Light refreshments to be served.

Hours : MONDAY thru FRIDAY, 1 to 4. SATURDAY hours available by pre-arrangment for those coming from a distance: 724-627-5653.

FEATURE RESEARCH (click below): The Fox Hunters of Daybrook (W.Va.) ca. 1918. Surnames mentioned: Britton, Chisler, Devine, Eddy, Fleming, Fry, Hamilton, Haught, Higgins, Hughes, Lemley, Moore, Owens, Piles, Shane, Shriver, Tennant, Wilson.


We encourage a visit to our Sister website: thousands of family and Greene County archival items such as photographs, letters, Bibles, diaries, Justice of the Peace dockets, maps, newspapers, and more have been shared by families and repositories.  Photo collections are added regularly.

Greene Connections has an active Public Group on Facebook, with nearly 3,500 members: a homeplace to share finds relating to the details of Greene County’s rich–if sometimes quirky–genealogical heritage.

    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop