Heritage Quest Research Library

Autumn Quest 2019

Thank you, Dave Obee, for your genealogy insights and connections offered at Autumn Quest on October 12th, we learned a lot!

Welcome to Heritage Quest Research Library!

 
HQRL front door
  Heritage Quest Research Library is a nonprofit genealogy library in Sumner, Washington, managed and staffed entirely by volunteers. HQRL's collection includes books (15,000 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.
  The Heritage Quest Research Library is in downtown Sumner, WA at 1007 Main Street or call (253) 863-1806. Our volunteers can help you get started researching your ancestors and show you genealogy forms to capture all the information. Consider taking a class with us or pay for a membership to access multiple genealogy data bases from our library computers.
  We are open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and open 10am-8pm on Wednesdays.
The library is closed on Sunday.
We hope to see you soon!
 
We are closed when the Sumner School District is closed for inclement weather.

HQRL Strategic Plan

The HQRL Strategic Plan was approved at the January 2019 annual meeting...you can download a copy here.
You can also download a copy of the 2018 HQRL Member Survey Results.

October 22
Irish Records Online at Find my Past & Ancestry
Steven Morrison presents “ Most of us start our family history with what we’ve been able to collect at home. But how does that ...

October 23
Live webcast: National Archives 2019 Virtual Genealogy Fair
For members only:  Join us for a class or come for the day! (Early birds 6:45 - 9:30 a.m., free coffee, hot chocolate, water & ...

October 29
Beginning Genealogy class
Dee Haviland Fournier presents a FREE Beginning Genealogy class. Take a tour of our unique library, which contains over 15,000 books. Then learn how ...

November 4
How Do I Know That's Right? Evaluating Genealogical Evidence
We welcome back Mary Kathryn Kozy for her class: "How Do I Know That's Right?  Evaluating Genealogical Evidence"           SAVE THE DATE. . . ...