The Society has a number of libraries and other facilities containing data about Buckinghamshire history. Most items are available to UK members on loan and for overseas members there is usually a lookup service. Library material is only available to Society members.
Exchange Journals Library
The society exchanges journals with a large number of other Family History Societies both in this country and overseas. The librarian keeps the three most recent journals of each society. Members may borrow journals for up to a month by post or at the Central or North Bucks meetings. Those borrowing by post are asked to reimburse the small postal charges. As new journals are received the older ones are passed on to the South Group.
The General Library consists of several hundred books and transcripts which relate to many areas of family history research.
Library of Bucks People
The Lists of Bucks People Library includes all types of lists from apprentices indentures to wills indexes, but the largest single collection is of family trees of varying sizes and complexity. The only requirement for inclusion is that some, not necessarily all, of the people mentioned resided in Bucks at some time. There are now over 500 documents in the collection mentioning nearly 35,000 people