Gone - But Not Forgotten

Dedicated to and In Memory of

The People of Clay County, Nebraska

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Links to Off-Site Resources

 

 

Clay County Government On-line

 

Clay County Historical Society 

Old Trusty Days 

 

Funeral Homes

Apfel Funeral Home -

Previously known as Brand-Wilson Funeral Home, Hastings

 
DeWitt Funeral Services, Hastings 
Livingston-Butler-Volland Funeral Home, Hastings 
Sutton Memorial Chapel and McLaughlin Funeral Chapel 
Williams Funeral Home - Edgar-Red Cloud-Superior 

 

*Mardos Memorial Library

1886 Clay County Plat Book 
1917 Clay County Farmers Directory   Do you know a new link to this? 
Methodist Episcopal Church - 1897 Nebraska Conference  

*Courtesy of the MARDOS Memorial Library www.memoriallibrary.com  

 

Military 

State Military FilesBiographies | Grand Army of the Republic | Miscellaneous World War One | Federal Pensioners | Rosters; 1891 ; 1893 ; 1895
Vietnam Veterans MemorialVietnam War casualties -Virtual
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Nebraska Health & Human Services

Birth and Death RecordsWhere to write

Nebraska State Genealogical Society and USGenWeb Resource Project

Nebraska Ancestree (Journals) 
Clay County - Births & Deaths 1915 - 1918 

 

Odessa - German-Russian Genealogial Library

 

Research Next for Clay County People

Adams County 

 

USGenWeb Nebraska's On-Line Inventory of Transcribed Censuses 

Nebraska Census 1856, Clay County -

Clay County as formed by the First Territorial Legislature was twenty four miles square and lay between the counties of Lancaster and Gage.  In 1863 the county was divided by the legislature, the northern half being added to Lancaster and the southern half to Gage.  Later the name was given to a different county further west.

 

 

January 11, 2017

 


 



 

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