Welcome To Brown County Nebraska
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Contributions are always welcome.
If you own any genealogical or historical items that you feel would benefit researchers in Brown County, and you would like to see them listed here, just e-mail me. We would also be happy to add a link to your family history homepage on the internet with a Brown County surname connection, but we cannot store GEDCOMs on this server. Good Luck in your quest for your family roots.If you would like to volunteer to host a county in Nebraska, please contact the Contact the State Coordinator
Click on availability statement to learn what records you may find online and what you won't find. Please read carefully so that you can learn how this information will assist you in your research.
GUIDE to BROWN COUNTY
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Early Ainsworth Haying with an overshot stacker 1910 Busy day in Ainsworth early 1900's Old Courthouse Pictures of early and later time periods Houses on Oak Street IOOF Float in parade early 1907 Early Johnstown, Ne Early Johnstown, NE Winter scene on a early Kinkaid Homestead 1910 Lull Property Nordon Bridge formerly called Mc Clain Bridge Niobrara River north of Ainsworth houses on Oak Street Oat field ready for Winter A Pretty spot in Ainsworth Raspberries grown in Ainsworth Sandhills contrast blowouts and meadows 1910 Early Grade School An old soddie An old sodhouse Old standpipe Old frozen standpipe Early 1900's in Ainswworth Watermelon picnic at Long Pine, Ne Boyd NurseriesPictures courtesy of Cindy Turner from Montana and Dick Taylor's Old Time Nebraska.
LINKS for GENEALOGISTS
|Ainsworth Star Journal||Nebraska NEGenWeb Project||USGenWeb Project||CYNDISLIST||ANCESTRY.COM||ROOTSWEB||THE VIETNAM VETERAN'S MEMORIAL WALL PAGE||THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR HOMEPAGE- everything there is to know||THE STATE MILITARY FILES||NEBRASKAN'S IN WORLD WAR I||O.R. OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES||MILITARY INFORMATION(all wars)||SPANISH WAR||ROSTER OF EX SOLDIERS & SAILORS IN BROWN COUNTY, NE
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|1893 Roster of Civil War Veterans|| World War 1 VeteransListing of known Brown county veterans who served during World War 1
||Brown Co. Message Board
||HISTORY OF NEBRASKA, A.T. ANDREAS||PAM RIETSCH'S 1895 US ATLAS||CENSUS ONLINE & OTHER DIGGINS||UNITED STATES CENSUS PROJECT||NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY||OBIT CENTRAL||FIND A GRAVE
A great site to learn all there is to know about cemeteries
|NEBRASKA GRAVESTONES||KBRB RADIO
to connect to the local radio station news and obituaries
|NEBRASKA TOURISM||NEBRASKA STATE GENEOLOGICAL SOCIETY||Old Time Nebraska by Dick Taylor||LEGACY PRESERVATION SOCIETY||AMERICAN HISTORY & GENEALOGY PROJECT||NEBRASKANS 1904-1914||1889 LAKELAND PRECINCT,Brown County PERSONAL PROPERTY List||1889 LAKELAND PRECINCT REAL ESTATE list||1890 LAKELAND PRECINCT, Brown County PERSONAL PROPERTY and REAL ESTATE List||1889GARFIELD PRECINCT, Brown County PERSONAL PROPERTY List||1889 GARFIELD PRECINCT, Brown County REAL ESTATE||1889 CALAMUS PRECINCT, Brown County PERSONAL PROPERTY and REAL ESTATE List||1889 LONG PINE VILLAGE PRECINCT, Brown County PERSONAL PROPERTY||1889 LONG PINE VILLAGE PRECINCT Brown County REAL ESTATE List||1889Personal Property & Real Estate Assesment PINE PRECINCT, Brown County,Ne
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|1889 AINSWORTH,CHESTER AND FAIRFIELD PRECINCT'S ASSESSMENTS, BROWN CO
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|1889 JOHNSTOWN PRECINCT ASSESSMENT, BROWN CO
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|1890 JOHNSTOWN PRECINCT PERSONAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENT, BROWN CO.||1890 JOHNSTOWN PRECINCT REAL ESTATE ASSESSMENT, BROWN CO.||1889 AINSWORTH & PINE GLEN PRECINCTS ASSESSMENTS
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|LDS FAMILY HISTORY SEARCH SITE||Nebr.State Historical Society Reference by Mail||NEBRASKA BLUE BOOK-1920||WorldConnect||NEGenWeb Orphan Trains||Nebraska Societies (Museums and Historical Societies||GERMANS FROM RUSSIA||SOUNDEX CODE||TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS||MIGRATIONS||NEBRASKA NEWSPAPER PROJECT|
This is an outgrowth of that original Kentucky project.
At the same time, volunteers were found who were willing
to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents
of the web page. Contact the volunteer shown on the county page if you
have a desire to add your data to the database. If the county in which
you are interested does not have a page and/or you wish to participate
in some way, please contact the State
Coordinator. Thank You-Doris Harris-Coordinator
P.O.Box 95065, Lincoln, Ne. 68509 (402) 471-2871 or 471-6440
Ainsworth Public Library 5th and Main Street,
P.O. Box 207, Ainsworth NE 69210 (402)387-2032
Brown County Courthouse
148 W. 4th Street Ainsworth, NE 69210-1696 (402)387-2705
Brown County Historical Society -HC 65 Box 158 Ainsworth, Ne.69210
339 N. Ash Ainsworth, NE 69210 (402)387-2427
LDS Family History Center
1725 Crane Ave. Hastings, NE 68901 (402)463-3402
Evergreen Chapter, Nebraska Society, NSDAR Contact: Mrs. Ruth Ann Hagen, 1096 E. 4th St., Ainsworth, NE 69210
Nebraska Society Sons of the American Revolution
6731 Sumner St. Lincoln, NE 68506
Nebraska State Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 5608 Lincoln, NE 68505-0608 (402)266-8881
Nebraska State Historical Society
1500 R Street, P.O.Box 82554, Lincoln NE 68501-2554
Sellors / Barton Museum - history of the area
Courthouse Park, Ainsworth NE 69210 (402)387-2740
The Coleman House-Brown County Historical Society - historical information and genealogy files
1 block north of Hiway 20 on Meadville Road, Ainsworth NE 69210 (402)387-2061
" Family Genealogies, old artifacts and clothes,Local Histories
Brown County Historical Society
To all visitors to our Brown County NEGenWeb Project site:
Please be aware that all information contained on this site, including webpage design, text and photos,
is owned and copyrighted by the creator (county coordinator), unless otherwise noted.
"Borrowing/Copying" text or photos without receiving permission to use,
can be considered copyright infringement, as well as being discourteous.
You may save or print the files for personal use only!!!
About the NEGenWeb Project
The HTML coding, compilations and layout are copyrighted © Doris Jones-Harris 1999-2015.
"Should anything unexpected happen to me and I am no longer able to fulfill my obligations, I want it known that all files contained in this website would become the responsibility of the NEGenWeb Project, as part of The USGenWeb Project, to do with as the NEGenWeb State Coordinator(s) feel appropriate. And further, should such an occasion arise, I grant permission to the System Administrator of NEGENWEB.org to release account/password information to the NEGenWeb State Coordinator(s) as needed.-Doris Jones-Harris-
This is an outgrowth of that original Kentucky project. At the same time, volunteers were found who were willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of the web page. Contact the volunteer shown on the county page if you have a desire to add your data to the database. If the county in which you are interested does not have a page and/or you wish to participate in some way, please contact the State Coordinator.
Thank You-Doris Harris-Coordinator
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