NSGS Ancestree
Nebraska State Genealogical Society Journals

NEBRASKA ANCESTREE
Volume Four

Vol. 4, no. 1 - Summer 1981

pages

available

Boyd County Marriage Index, 1898-1900

1-3

  

Thayer County School District 13

3

  

Merrick County -- Silver Creek Times (one extract, baptism)

3

  

The Fraternal Herald (extracts from 1971)

4-5

   

Scottsbluff County -- Cities and Towns of NE

5

 

Webster County -- Thompson Cemetery

5

  

Harlan County -- Republican City Cemetery

6-8

  

Hamilton County -- 1903 Hamilton County Atlas
(Valley Pct and Beaver Pct)

9-11

 

Thomas County Marriages -- 1887-1890

11-13

 

Early Black Migration to Nebraska

13

Letters Unclaimed at Lincoln, NE (6 July 1882)

14

 

Lancaster County -- Jordan Cemetery (names w/o dates)

14

  

Nemaha County -- Newspaper, The Nebraska Advertiser

15-16

  

Keya Paha County -- First Teacher in County (RHODES)

16

  

Merrick County -- Fairview Cemetery

16-19

 

Brown County -- ABC Index, Land Records

20-21

  

Colfax County -- The Schuyler Messenger (1910 library book drive)

22

  

Keith County -- Early Settlers

22

  

Gage County -- From the Beatrice Daily Express
      (1873 county officers, 1886 settlers from first issue of "Reflector")

22

  

Clay County -- Glenvil St. Paul Lutheran Baptism Records (1900-1913)

23-24

  

Johnson County -- Pioneers

24-26

  

Pawnee County -- First Register of Settlers Claims
27
  
Pawnee County -- History of Pawnee City
27-28
  
Family Recognition Awards (announcement)
28
  
Nebraskan's Marriages in Council Bluffs, Iowa (1869-1879)
29-31
  
Howard County -- St. Paul Republican (death extracts)
31-33
  
Burt County -- Early Residents from Barry Co., Michigan
      (ROGERS, SISSON, RORK)
34
  
Book Leaves and Reviews
     [New Books at NSGS Library
      History of Beaver Crossing NE
      ADOCK Kinfolks (ADCOCK?)]
35
  
Tree Stumps! (queries)
36-37
omitted
Local Genealogical Societies in Nebraska
38
edited

Vol. 4, no. 2 - Fall 1981

pages

available

Dawes County, Grace Episcopal Church

     (Bk I & II, Baptisms 1887-1927
      Bk I & II, Marriages 1894-1918
      Burials (3) 1890)

39-40
  
Douglas County, Letters at South Omaha Post Office
     (18 Jan 1899 – 20 Jun 1899)
40-42
  
Hamilton County, 1903 County Atlas
     (Farmers Valley Pct and Orville Pct)
43-45
  

(Ext from History Huron Co., MI
      HAUXHURT, LOFLAND, LAUGHLIN)

45
  
Boone County, Index to Probate Records, 1873-1909
45
  
Patents to Nebraska Inventors
45-46
  
The Underground Railroad
46-47
  
Ads in the Daily State Journal, 1874
47
  
Webster County, Monia Cemetery
47
  
Brown County, General Index to Deeds 1882-1884
48-51
  
Pawnee County, West Branch Cemetery
51
  
Merrick County, Silver Creek Times, 1 Nov. 1895
51
  
Clay County, St. Paul Lutheran Church Confirmations, Glenvil, NE
52
  
Thomas County, Letter
53
  
Cass County, MAPEL Bible Record
     (JENKINS, KALBLINGER, LARRISON, ROCKWELL, FOLEY, etc.)
54-55
  
Adams County 1876 School Census (Little Blue Twp)
55
  
Adams County, Hanover Presbyterian Church (deaths)
55
  
Chase County, Newspaper Chase County Tribune, 1907
56-57
  
Butler County, Unnamed Cemetery near Bruno
57
  
Buffalo County, Homestead Claims Index prior to 1880 H-L
57-58
  
Adams County, The Holstein Reporter newspaper (Feb-Mar, 1925)
59
  
Antelope County, Marriages (1881-1882)
59-67
  
(From the Lineage and Surname Chairman)
67
  
Johnson County, 1918 Tecumseh Chieftain (Aug)
67-68
 
Librarians and Archivists meeting
68
  

Douglas County

      (1854: Newcomers to Florence, NE; First Omaha Newspaper)

68
  
Treasurers Report
69
  
Boone County, From Petersburg Press newspaper (3/31/1892)
70
  
Boone County, From Petersburg Index newspaper 1914
70-73
  
(Warning)
73
  
Tree Stumps!
74-75
Omitted
Local Genealogical Societies
76
(see Vol. 4, no. 1)

Vol. 4, no. 3 - Winter 1981-2
pages
available

Dakota County, History of Dakota County

77--79

 

Dakota County, Abandonded Cemeteries,
      Emerson, Woods, Roost, Danish, Sand Ridge

79

 

Dakota County, Green Valley Cemetery

80--82

 

Dakota County, Honor Roll of Covington Precinct

82--83

 

Dakota County, Friends Church Cemetery

83

 

Dakota County, Hilltop Cemetery, Taylor Family Plot

83

 

Dawes County, Parrish Cemetery

83

 

Dakota County, Deaths from a Dakota County Scrapbook

84

 

Sheridan County, Russell Bible Records

84

 

Greeley County, Fish Creek Cemetery

85

 

Seward County, Tamora Weekly Register

85--86

 

Seward County, Beaver Crossing Weekly Review

86

 

Buffalo County, The Ravena News

86

 

Seward County, Graduates of Utica High School

87--88

 

Scottbluff County, Index to Assessment Schedules, 1898, Castle Rock Precinct

88--89

 

Thayer County, Bethel Cemetery, Carleton

90--93

 

Douglas County, Omaha Bees Junior Birthday Book, 5 Jan. 1911

93

 

Cherry County, Kilgore Baptist Church

94--95

 

Howard County, History of Farwell

95

 

Girls! Girls! Girls!

95--97

 

Hoffman Family, Platte & Holt Counties

97

 

Roster of Omaha Scouts, Company A

97--99

 

Howard County, Return of Bible

99

 

Antelope County, Marriages from 1883

99-102

 

Hamilton County 1903 Atlas, Aurora and Grant Precinct

102-104

 

Wayne County, Garfield Precinct Assessors, books

104-105

 

Wayne County, Hunter Precinct Personal Property Assessor's books

105

 

Wayne County, Hunter Precenty (sic), Land Assessment book

106

 

Wayne County, LaPorte land assessment 1890

106

 

Nance County, Glenwood Cemetery

107-109

 

Book Review & Book Leaves

109—110

 

Hitchcock County, Roman Catholic on the Frontier

110

 

Poem

110—l11

 

Cass County, Registrars List, 1872

111

 

Letters

112

 

Lancaster County, Lincoln Daily Leader, 1 Feb 1873, 1 Aug. 1873

113

 

Vol. 4, no. 4 - Spring 1982

pages

available

Cherry County Cemeteries
(Shackelford Cemetery, North County cemeteries, Old Mason Cemetery)
115
 
Grant County Cemeteries
(South County cemeteries, Spring Valley Cemetery, Ashby Cemetery)
115-116
 

Douglas County, Graduates of Brownell Hall

(Women's College, Omaha, NE)

116-119
See the history of the school in "Omaha Illustrated" (1888), p 55
Cuming County, Rock Creek Mill
120
 
Banner County, Pleasant Hill Cemetery
120-121
 
Banner County, Lone Pine News
121-122
 
Banner County, Out of Old Nebraska
122
 
Beginnings of the Methodist Church in Nebraska
123-124
 
Early Methodist Ministers
124-128
 
Bordeau, France Embarkation Camp  (1 Feb 1919)
128
 
Cass County, Directory of Leading Farmers
(Avoca and Center Precincts)
128-130
 
Washington County, Fontenelle Guards (26 June 1861)
130-131
 
Douglas County, Omaha Bee's Junior Birthday Book (3 Jan 1911)
131
 
Tree Stumps!
132-134
omitted
Local Genealogical Societies in Nebraska (did not appear)
back cover
 
INDEX for Vol. 4 issues no. 1-4
135-153
 


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