Burt County Nebraska Volunteers
Burt County Lookups
Burt County Reference Books and Lookup Volunteers
If you own or know of any Burt County reference resources or books, whether listed or not, and will do look-ups, Volunteers are always welcome.
Feel free to request a look-up from the following reference resources. Please limit your request to one name per request. Please put BURT COUNTY LOOKUP in the subject line of your request to ensure the message is not overlooked or accidentally deleted. In the first line of the message please put the title of the resource in which you are requesting the lookup.
If you request a lookup, don't forget to thank your volunteer for his or her time.
|"Tekamah" - published 1905|
|"History of Burt County Nebraska, 1803 to 1929"|
|Colson Family Records; Descendants of Lars Carlsson, Odeshog, Sweden, 1755-1950 by Ida V. Colson.|
|Burt County cemeteries - will take electronic photos of tombstones.|
You can visit or mail Burt County lookup requests to the Burt County Museum, request an estimate of research fees and be sure to send as much information as possible (names, dates, locations, 5 gen. chart, etc.) with a SASE.
The Burt County Museum is interested in items of historical interest. Would you care to make a donation?
If you are interested in Swedish surnames, try ...
- Swedish Heritage Center
301 North Chard Avenue
Oakland, NE 68045
The following people will correspond by email
Jane Judt < firstname.lastname@example.org > Decatur, NE
Hal Haswell < email@example.com > To discuss Tekamah, NE of the 40's and 50's
We have received a kind offer of assistance from Nancy Wallerstedt , a lady very familiar with Oakland. Her overall knowledge of Oakland history, coupled with her expertise with Lutheran church records will be a major asset as the majority of the first Swedish settlers were Lutherans. Nancy is not on line but is available for regular mail queries. She can be reached at the following address:
Nancy Wallerstedt, 1350 County Road K, Oakland, NE 68045
Nebraska State Historical Society - Check the website for list of materials there; find the research by mail page.