Heritage Quest Research Library

We now have Find My Past!

Come see our volunteers to get started on your family research.
Members have remote access to the MyHeritage data base from home and a total of ten data bases in our library!
We have in-person and zoom classes, sign up in the HQRL Store. Click on links in the left column for even more genealogy resources.
We're in the Linden Park Business complex at 2102 E. Main Ave., Suite #105, Puyallup WA 98372 with plenty of parking! 
 

Welcome to Heritage Quest Research Library!

 
HQRL front door
  Heritage Quest Research Library is a nonprofit genealogy library, a 501(c)(3), in Puyallup, Washington, managed and staffed entirely by volunteers. HQRL's collection includes books (over 16,000 titles), and microfiche; this facility also houses a bookstore where you can purchase genealogy books, family tree forms/charts, software and supplies.
  Benefits of HQRL  membership - why pay for individual data base subscriptions at home when an HQRL membership pays for six genealogy data bases for you to access at our library. If you want us to research for you, click here for instructions.
  The Heritage Quest Research Library can be reached at (253) 863-1806.  Consider taking an in-person or on-line class with us, or pay for a membership to access multiple genealogy data bases from our library computers.
We hope to see you soon!
 
The library is closed on Sundays.
We are closed when the Puyallup School District is closed for inclement weather.

HQRL is a FamilySearch Affiliate!

This is great news for our Society and genealogy researchers!

When you come into the Heritage Quest  Research Library and use our computers to access FamilySearch.org, you will have increased access to records previously only available at a Family History Center.  With Family History Centers closed, we offer an in-house alternative.

Come in and see what you can find!


June 20
Beginning Your Family History Part A: Getting Started
Join our research librarisna for a FREE beginning class to help you start your family research project. They will cover:  What it is, Why do it, ...

July 11
Timelines: A Genealogical Tool for Organization and Analysis
Join Debbie Wilson Smyth on July 11, 2023, 11am to 12 noon PDT. You will learn the use and elements of timelines for genealogical research, incuding ...

August 1
Using Family Search Wiki
Join Joleen Aitchison on August 1, 2024, 11am to 12 noon PDT. Learn about the Wiki links to databases and online resources as well as research ...

August 15
Friendly Relations - Finding American Quakers and their Online Records
Join Steven W. Morrison on August 15, 2024, 11am to 12noon PDT. In 1750 the Quaker religion was the third largest in the colonies. So, ...