Welcome to Lycoming County Genealogical Society
The Lycoming County Genealogical Society, Inc. (LCGS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the encouragement of research, publication, collection and preservation of genealogical materials. Our members work hard toward the improvement of genealogical research and publication.
The LCGS Library is located within the Thomas Taber Museum, also the home of the Lycoming County Historical Society, on Millionaire's Row in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
Newest addition - Obituaries for various years (last 20 or so) - we have copies of these obits in our library. Go to the Resources page to access the index. We will scan and send you a copy for only $1 each. To pay, just use the donation button
Super Cemetery is now finished
- so -
if you want all the burials in Lycoming County
that start with the letter J or all the "Smith's"
just send us an email and we will calculate a price
and get back to you ASAP
See our cemetery records page.
Membership good until Dec 31 2014
Click here to join
See our new Research page
$15 buys 1 hour of LCGS staff research.
Click here for the Research Request page
(also available on the menu)
Have you thought about joining our society? Share the extensive knowledge of our many members, get our newsletter and access our research collection. Get help locating members of your family trees both locally or through our research area, archives and much more! Read more at our Membership page.
EXTRA, EXTRA, EXTRA !!
We have thousands of cemetery photos.
We have photographs of every readable stone in the all of Lycoming County except:
Muncy Cemetery, and a few up in the mountains that are very hard to reach!!!!
We also have Gregg Township in Union County, as it once was part of Lycoming County. This includes Alvira, Matthew Brown Plot, Pine Knot Lutheran and Washington Presbyterian.
Only a $1 donation for each by email.
Click here for more information.
LCGS relies on donations and volunteers in order to provide our services to you. Please visit our Donations page to read more about how your donations can help us help you.