Nebraska Genealogy

Nebraska Genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for Nebraska ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records. It also provides some historical details about different times and people in Nebraska history.

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Pioneers of Fillmore and Adjoining Counties
In 1915, G. R. McKeith compiled a series of narratives entitled “Pioneer Stories of the Pioneers of Fillmore and Adjoining Counties,” published by the Press of Fillmore County News in Exeter, Nebraska. This collection serves as a historical account, documenting the experiences and contributions of the early settlers who established the foundations of the local communities. While the book’s format and occasional errors reflect its humble beginnings, its content holds intrinsic value. The stories of these pioneers provide pleasure to the current generation and serve as a factual foundation for future historical research. The accounts included herein are not merely tales but are the documented realities of those who braved the unknown to build the communities we inhabit today.

Nebraska Obituaries by County

Compendium of History Reminiscence and Biography Of Nebraska
Work in progress, many early Nebraska names.

Nebraska County AHGP Websites

Nebraska Genealogy is the host for the Nebraska American History and Genealogy Project (AHGP). Please take a few minutes and check out the counties available on those pages.

We also host Adams and Clay County websites for AHGP. If you have a Nebraska County page and need a host, please use our submit form!

Neighboring States

William Brage Family of Merrick County, Nebraska

William Brage, born June 17, 1860, and his wife Louise, born January 10, 1863, in Wolderheim, Germany, emigrated to the United States, initially landing in New Jersey before settling near Central City, Nebraska. William, nicknamed “Leap Frog Brage” for his energetic tree planting, and Louise built a homestead six and…
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Baker — Beman Family of Merrick County, Nebraska

Vernon and Marie Baker My grandparents, Abram P. Beman and Esther Lamb Beman, came to Nebraska with her parents. Squire and Carolyn Stark Lamb, from Madison. Wisconsin in 1857. Both couples first settled on land where the town of Schuyler now stands and five years later moved near Wood River….

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Robert Baird Family of Merrick County, Nebraska

Robert Baird, born October 31, 1839, in Randolph County, Illinois, and his wife Mary Jane McDonald, born May 12, 1843, moved to Merrick County, Nebraska, in 1871, homesteading 160 acres. Despite returning to Illinois in 1877 due to hardships, they resettled in Nebraska in 1884. They raised ten children, including…
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Cash Baird Family of Merrick County, Nebraska

Cash Baird, born September 7, 1898, in Redding, Iowa, and his wife Eileen, born April 23, 1904, in Grand Island, Nebraska, moved to Merrick County on December 1, 1945. They settled on a farm in Midland Township, previously known as the Bert Crouch farm. The couple married on January 1,…
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The Bahensky Family of Merrick County, Nebraska

The Bahensky family, led by Joseph and his wife, emigrated from near Prague, Czechoslovakia, to Nebraska in 1868 with their children Anna and Winslow James. They first settled near the Big Blue River and later homesteaded in Saline County, where four more children were born. In 1882, the family moved…
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Biography of Leander C. Prichard of Arago

Leander C. Prichard, a prominent farmer and stockman in Arago precinct, Richardson County, Nebraska, was born on January 15, 1854, in Boyd County, Kentucky. He was the son of William and Caroline (Newman) Prichard, both from Kentucky. In 1880, Leander moved to Nebraska and acquired a 150-acre farm in Arago…
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