- Visual Guide to the Collection
- Microfilm Holdings
- Collin County Collection Annotated Bibliography
- Oral History Recordings
- Researching Your House
- Researching Your House - Reference Books in the Library
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The collection also includes historical maps of McKinney, Collin County, regional areas and other areas.
We welcome family histories and other donations. Please feel free to drop these off at the Roy & Helen Hall Memorial Library, 101 East Hunt Street.
Are you ready to start your family search? Whether you are just getting started or reached a road block in your family research, members of the North Collin County Genealogical Society are available to assist your genealogy research efforts.
Roy & Helen Hall Memorial Library
First Sunday of the month
1 - 3 p.m.
- Civil War Soldiers and Sailors
- Collin County Clerk's Office Genealogy Corner
- Collin County Historical Asset Map
- Collin County Historical Commission
- Collin County, Texas History
- Cyndi’s List
- Family Search
- Handbook of Texas
- McKinney Historic Photos
- National Archives and Records Administration
- Old McKinney Scenes
- Portal to Texas History
- Texas State Library and Archives
- U.S. GenWeb Project
- Ancestry Library Edition - Ancestry.com - Available only at McKinney Public Libraries. Resources for the family researcher, including U.S. Census, Social Security Death Index, and birth, marriage and death records
- HeritageQuest Online - Billions of census records, family histories, military and bank records, and access to Periodical Source Index Archive. Available through TexShare; call the library at 972-547-7323 for login access.
- Newspapers.com - World Collection - Search historical newspapers (1700s–2000s) from across the United States and beyond. Explore newspaper articles and clippings for help with genealogy, history and other research. Logon with your library card number.