My name is Brenda Lawless Daniel and I am the coordinator of Hitchcock County, Nebraska. If you have special interest in this county or information you are willing to share with others, please contact me and volunteer.
Hitchcock Co. Query Page - email a query for your Hitchcock County connections
and view those posted by others with Hitchcock County interests.
Hitchcock Co. Resources & Lookup Volunteer's - Books & records, people willing
to help find your ancestors.
The PAUL RILEY COLLECTION
This collection is work that Paul Riley did while working at the Nebraska State Historical Society. He researched mainly in the southwest Nebraska as his childhood was spent in the Trenton, Hitchcock County area and this seemed to spark his interest in this corner of Nebraska. The collection will expand as materials are received and time permits for the information to be processed for the site.
NEBRASKA STATE GAZETTEER, 1890-1891
Cornell Precinct. Index to "Cornell of Yesteryear"
Vance A. Bailey
Lists of graduates beginning with 1892,
includes married surnames, and other data.
Under construction -
HITCHCOCK COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORDS
Marriage Record Extracts, 1888
Obit extracts related to Hitchcock County
JONES family - Died at Trenton, buried in Iowa.
(Sugar Grove Cemetery website.
Please use "back" to return to Hitchcock County website.)
Rosehill Cemetery List, Stratton, NE
UPDATED for 2000 - by Burt Nagel
History Of Hitchcock County
The First Sheriff Of Hitchcock County
Hitchcock County Seat
Visit to Massacre Canyon in 1921
Christmas Past - Trenton, Nebraska
Hitchcock County - National Register sites (NSHS photos & files)
"Who's Who in Nebraska" 1940 -
Hitchcock County pages
Trenton's G. A. R. Veterans (abour 1932)
1906 Standard Atlas of Hitchcock County - patrons list, portrait list
1917 Irrigation Platmap of Hitchcock County - map images with land owners shown
Portrait, Photo Index for Hitchcock Co.
'Immigrant Issue' of the Lincoln Journal - 5 Jun 1887. This newspaper was published to encourage potential immigrants to consider settling in Nebraska. Towns were asked to submit data that would entice settlers. Compare towns, where would YOU settle?
Culbertson article and Trenton article
Wauneta/Palisade Schools page, done by the students!
Links of Interest to Nebraskans
NeGenWeb Project Resource Center - Check for links to "how-to's", copies of the old Nebraska & Midwest Genealogical Record, military help pages. Share info on NE schools, submit a photo or a bible record.
Read books at the NEGenWeb Project On-Line Library.
Oldtime Nebraska (formerly Heritage Village) - Read Shelton's History & Stories of Nebraska, or the journal of a pioneer crossing "the great American desert", etc.
Review the 1882 Andreas History of Nebraska. The Hitchcock Chapter has been produced.
Now - a name index for the chapter! OR Search for your surnames
Andreas' 1882 History of the State of Nebraska -- Search
Check "Nebraska ... Our Towns" by UNL, especially the Hitchcock County pages
Check the data files in the NEGenWeb Archives
Choose other Nebraska Counties to browse through the NEGenWeb
1872 County Map of Nebraska (by Pam Rietsch)
Examine the map of Nebraska in the 1895 Atlas (by Pam Rietsch)
Review Nebraska State resources at the Nebraska State Historical Society
Check the publications list of the Nebraska State Genealogical Society
Links to the USA and Beyond
Choose other US States to browse through the USGenWeb
Search the archives with the USGenWeb Archives Search Engine
Choose other countries to browse through the WorldGenWeb
Check for your surnames at Gene Stark's Index of Names for all USGenWeb Sites
Find a great list of genealogical resources at Cyndi Howells List of Genealogy Sites for NE
About the NEGenWeb Project
Requirements for Home Pages Created Under the NEGenWeb Project
NEGenWeb was formed in June 1996, when Dale Schneider created the Nebraska Genealogy Project as a part of the USGenWeb Genealogy Project. At that time, there was very little available on the web for those who were researching genealogy in Nebraska . Over the next year, volunteers were recruited to coordinate the web pages for each county. These volunteers were willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of the county web pages, which would include listing information on where to look in that county for genealogical research. Contact the volunteer shown on the county page if you have a desire to help or add your data to the database. You may notice a message on a county page indicating it is available for adoption. If you would like to adopt one of these counties, please contact the current coordinator of the page, whose name is listed on their county site, or the State Coordinator.
Contact the State Coordinator
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