Using the ATHS site for Genealogy Reserch

The Hardin County History Museum and ATHS will be reopening on 2 June for visitors. No more than 3 visitors per group will be allowed in the museum, with a total of ten at any one time. Social distancing will allow only 3 persons in the library at a time to include the library volunteer.  We will require library visitors to make an appointment to do genealogical and historical research.  Please email: atsgene2002@yahoo.com or athslibrarian@outlook.com to reserve a two hour slot of time. These measures are for your safety as well as for ours.
Volunteers and visitors will be required to wear face masks.  Frequent hand washing and
sanitizing measures are required. Face masks will be given to those without one. Frequently touched surfaces will be sanitized frequently. Visitors’ work spaces will be sanitized after each use.  Library materials will be quarantined after use for 24 hours at the least. Please do not come if you are feeling ill or have a temperature over 99 degrees.
If you’d like us to do some research for you, email us at the addresses shown above. Please put “research needs” in Subject line.  Our library phone number is 270-982-0881. We are open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10-2 ET.  You may leave a message. In the meantime, check out our website www.aths.com. Try using the library versions of Ancestry.com or HeritageQuest from our website. Also, check out the Hardin County Court Clerk’s website: Www.hccoky.org . If you are not familiar with this site, you will discover it is treasure trove, just as is the Hardin County History Museum. Think of sending a query to the editor of Ancestral News.