40 East Simmons Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 (309) 343-6118
There is a world of resources at the library. Books, audiobooks, electronic databases, CDs, videos, DVDs, magazines, atlases, newspapers, language tapes, local history and genealogical materials are all available for your use.
We have computers for Internet access, word-processing, presentations, resume preparation, webpage creation, spreadsheet and database work. Microfilm and microfiche readers, a typewriter, and a copier are also available for your use.
Click the links below for information about birth, wedding, and death notices that were reported in the Galesburg Register-Mail in 2006-2013. Each table contains the date of the paper in which a notice was published and the page number the notice appeared on. The Galesburg Public Library has the Register-Mail on microfilm. (Information about birth, wedding, and death notices from previous years can also be found at the library.)
Have a question? When the library is open, you can call us at 309-343-6118. At any time, you can send an email or text message to firstname.lastname@example.org. If we're open, we will get back to you as soon as possible; if we are not open, we'll get back to you once we are. Click here to see our hours (and please contact your carrier if you have questions about the cost of texting us.)
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