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NEBRASKA ANCESTREE Vol. 22 no. 1 NEBR Ancestree
NEBRASKA ANCESTREE VOL.22 NO.1
Page. 31

OBITUARIES -- Born in Nebraska, Died in California

(Copies may be obtained from your Editor for a SASE)

Name

Age
Born

Place

Died

Residence

'Andy' Myron P ANDREWS

67

Nebraska

20 Jan 1994

Placerville

Raymond V SCHWENK

78

Nebraska

27 Jan 1994

Sacramento, CA

Susan S KAY

Omaha, Nebraska

11 Feb 1994

Sacramento, CA

Carlynn A DAMM

66

Elk Creek, Nebraska

22 Jan 1994

Elk Grove, CA

Leona THOMPSON

69

Nebraska

29 Jan 1994

Sacramento, CA

Edna M. BEAN

Julien, Nebraska

13 Feb 1994

California

Florence WEBER

82
07 Sept 1911

Auburn, Nebraska

05 Feb 1994

Fair Oaks, CA

Gerald T. BOCKMANN, Sr.

61

Omaha, Nebraska

09 Feb 1994

Carmichael, CA

James C. JELINEK

55

Lincoln, Nebraska

Sacramento, CA

Howard K. STAHN

79

Orleans, Nebraska

17 Feb 1994

Woodland, CA

Ralph THOMPSON

82

Nenzel, Nebraska

26 Nov 1993

Jackson, CA

Kenneth M. FOX

69

North Platte, NE

29 Nov 1993

Rocklin, CA

Vern F. BARR

92

Sarpy, Nebraska

07 Dec 1993

Citrus Heights, CA

Harold F. KONVALIN

79
14 Sept 1914

Nebraska

06 Dec 1993

West Covina, CA

Beatrice BALDERSON

85

Nebraska

11 Dec 1993

Carmichael, CA

Ralph E. IMM

87

Nebraska

13 Dec 1993

Woodland, CA

Ned L. ENDER

84

Elba, Nebraska

09 Dec 1993

Sacramento, CA

Viola SPANOS

74

Omaha, Nebraska

16 Dec 1993

Sacramento, CA

Melvin D. ROSE

73

Nebraska

25 Dec 1993

Sacramento, CA

Leola C. BELINGE

90

Nebraska

28 Dec 1993

Marsadus Maudessa HEAD

83

Lincoln, Nebraska

30 Dec 1993

Sacramento, CA

Ruby M. JUNGE

86

Nebraska

06 Jan 1994

Sacramento, CA

John Leonard ADAMS

83

Anselmo, Nebraska

06 Jan 1994

Evelyn Kathleen TRULOCK

66

Nebraska

09 Jan 1994

Carmichael, CA

Phebe E. (DIER) LEIMBACH

75

Grand Island, Nebraska

17 Jan 1994

Sacramento, CA

Alfred C. LAMPE

04 Feb 1910

Pender, Nebraska

16 Jan 1994

Sacramento, CA

Forrest A. "Mac" MCCOY

74
09 Nov 1919

Crawford, Nebraska

11 Jan 1994

Fair Oaks, CA

Ralph H. KEILL, Sr.

81

David City, Nebraska

10 Jan 1994

Carmichael, CA

Fred Cecil DAWSON

88

Springview, Nebraska

10 Jan 1994

Woodland, CA

Dorothy M. KEEFE

80

Ord, Nebraska

11 Jan 1994


NEBRASKA ANCESTREE VOL.22 NO.1
Page. 32

THE NORTH BEND FLAIL. North Bend, Nebr., Thursday, 31 August 1882.

Abstracted by: Georgene Morris Sones

"Nebraska Interests"

Quarrel at Reed's hall, Ulysses, between a young man named REYNOLDS and Tom LYTLE, a section box (sic) on the B&M road. Perhaps the shot was fatal.

Jas. MILLER of DeWitt, 75 yrs. old, has received a back pension and will receive $8. per month for the remainder of his life.

The first train over the Nemaha & Republican Valley road reached Tecumseh on the 23rd. Gen'l. Supt.: HOLDRIDE; Ass't.: THOMPSON; Telegraph: YATES: Engr.: CALVERT; contractor: John FITZGERALD.

William CLAY at Brownville lost a team & wagon.

Van BUSKIRK brothers reached Culbertson with 16,000 sheep.

Jack CRABLE discovered a vein of rock salt in Otoe Co.

W. G. BENTLEY of Ashland accidently shot in the arm.

Carl QUINTON, 14 years old, residing one mile east of Avoca accidently shot himself - how serious the wound is is not known.

G.A.R. reunion at Grand Island opened the 28th with 5000 in attendance.

C. W. HYATT, prop. of THE FLAIL; HYATT & GARRETT, editors & pubrs.

3rd Cong. Dist.: James W. DAWES, Chmn.; John STERN, Sec. Republican Conv.: E. C. BURNS, Chmn. pro tem; Geo. H. FORNEY, Sec.; Dodge Co.

W. D. HOLBROOK, Sec. Dodge Co. Farmers' Alliance.

For Gov.: Geo. W. E. DORSEY of Dodge.

(Politics) Bro. GERE; Jim BLAINE; ROSEWATER; E. K. VALENTINE. THE FLAIL supports Mr. Valentine & Mr. Dorsey. Dorsey is a citizen of Dodge Co. and served 3 yrs. during the war.

The FREMONT TRIBUNE has printed for 14 years. Previous editors: PARCELL, HAYS, COLSON, NYE, and now MICHAEL. THE FLAIL began less than 3 months ago.

NORTH BEND BULLETIN is now defunct.

A. B. ELWOOD, Physician & Surgeon.

S. F. BLAIR, M.D., North Bend

W. I. LINN, M.D.,      "      "

M. C. MITCHELL, carpenter, builder

Miss Emma WHITE, instrumental music at residence of W. J. T. WALLACE. 

A. C. HULL, photographer, Fremont

John SIEVERS, prop. City Hotel

Frank HRUZA, City Meat Market

PELLER & Co., summer goods & buttons.

TIEDEMANN & THEGE, North Bend Livery

RICE & ARNOLD, dry goods & grocery

S. A. BROWN, drug store

C. CUSACK, lumber & machinery

J. G. SMITH, Corner Store

C. B. TREADWELL, new store

Jerry DION, blacksmith

Josephine JANECEK, dry goods

W. T. JONES, Fremont Marble Works

J. W. MAHER & T. F. QUIRK, insurance, real estate, Fremont

Ed BERRYMAN, blacksmith

E. T. DOBBINS, groceries, North Bend


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THE NORTH BEND FLAIL. North Bend, Nebr., Thursday, 31 August 1882.

 

WALLA'S Hardware

C. W. HYATT's having sale

G. O. DODGE for rye seed

M. E. ELWOOD for books

DOUBRAVA for cookies & frosted cream crackers

CRAWFORD's for the best bedsteads

C. CUSACK sells plows

E. T. DOBBINS left for visit to Red Cloud

Judge SMITH & W. H. MUNGER of Fremont in North Bend on Sat.

D. A. HOPKINS for sewing machines

W. HAVERFIELD is on the streets after being confined

Master Harry STEVENSON left for Burlington, Iowa to attend college

Mrs. SCOTT for bonnets

Mrs. D. SMITTON & Miss Maggie McCLATCHIE came from the east on Wed.

James MALLON & dau. left for their home in Golden, Col.

L. ADE for boots.

SMITH & MALLON are expecting fine horses & cattle from Scotland

Mrs. J. B. FOOT & 2 sons returned from visit to northern New York.

Hon. J. R. CANTLIN & G. O. DODGE & their wives went to the reunion on Wed.

Soon DOUBRAVA to occupy the store opposite Milton MAY's hardware.

F. V. KRATKY of Wahoo was in town.

M. S. COTTRELL returned from a pleasure trip among the mountains.

Shots were fired at Clarke DODGE while he was driving by the old Bend house.

Mr. NELSON, railroad operator at U.P. depot in Fremont.

Mrs. Maggie GRAHAM & niece, Miss Bertha MITCHELL left for visit to Logan, Iowa.

Mr. PELLER has new stock in store.

Dr. ELWOOD has a "most nobby" sign.

Miss GRAHAM, who worked in TREADWELL's store, will teach this fall.

Mr. W. S. HUMMELL of Logan, Iowa & former resident of North Bend, visited.

Frank STOUFFER's team made a runaway.

Mr. Frank STOUFFER is school director.

F. L. THOMPSON needs help to cut broom corn, 7 miles N & 1 1/2 miles W of No. Bend.

A son born on Sunday night (11 lb 16 oz) to Frank STOUFFER.

Alfred ETCHISON brought in a big turnip to this office. Uncle's were bigger.

Mrs. H.S.C. NOTEWARE of Cedar Hill in town. Had visited in Galesburg, Ill.

Mary, daughter of Silas DICKERSON, on Sat. night. In her 16th year. Funeral on Sunday.

M. S. COTTERELL brings the news that C. C. KENDALL in Denver & in New Mexico.

Mr. HOWARD stuck up a sign for THE FLAIL.

Gus SCHRAGE Bazar, Fremont, picture frames etc.

Mother of F. C. TYM of Fremont & John TYM of Union died on Sat.; buried Sunday.

Geo. LOOSCHEN & G. C. KERKOW of Fremont were in town.

Samuel ETCHISON of Hoosierville has large turnips.

Mr. W. R. DICKERSON of this place has patent for device for raising & lining railroad track.

T. W. CEARNS needs help to harvest.

Mr. VOSS, blacksmith.

Miss Bessie KELSER & Miss Ollie MAY visited our office. Both of No. Bend.

Elkhorn Valley NEWS: Mrs. CORREVON returned safely hom (sic) accompanied by her sister, Miss Fannie McNEIL.

F. C. JOHNSON of Linwood visited our office.

Daniel BOWMAN, living one mile SE from Pleasant Valley P.O. - sale on Sat.


NEBRASKA ANCESTREE VOL.22 NO.1
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THE NORTH BEND FLAIL. North Bend, Nebr., Thursday, 31 August 1882.

 

Mr. J. C. McCARTY of Purple Cane brought in muskmelon to Flail office.

Jim BARBER lost his bulldog.

Union alliance elected new delegates to county convention: J. R. CANTLIN, Andrew HARVEY, James FERGUSON, Wm. ROSS.

Rev. Thos. KIRKWOOD of Kelso, Scotland & his father, accompanied by Mrs. CORCORAN of Ohio have been visiting their relatives. Mrs. P. GILLIS of North Bend and the HARVIES & James ROBERTSON of Webster. Mr. Kirkwood spoke in the U.P. church on Sunday.

Mr. F. M. CLAFFLIN, correspondent of the Fremont HERALD was in town.

J. A. BONNER of Lake co., Ill., SMITH & MALLON's elevator architect in town.

L. W. McCLUHAN lists farm for sale.

F. VEHRS has 2 business lots just west of JANEUK's store for sale.

Call on H. ELSON if hay is wanted.

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Hoosierville (news) 28 Aug. 1882:


A. J. FLATER bought & moved the HOUSTON house in Rogers.

C. B. STARK will move his house from Rogers to the west part of this city.

F. C. HOWARD to build a barn.

Mrs. Thomas GAUGHEN had the most cream taken from one can.

Samuel ETCHISON grew large turnip.

James GRAHAM has largest heads. of oats.

George YOUNG has built a large barn.

Everett (news) 28 Aug.


Very hot and rain is needed.

Capt. CONGER was badly hurt. Operated on by Dr. STREET, then Dr. Van BUREN of Hooper. His sister learning of his broken leg developed brain fever and is very low. Both are at L. A. WRIGHT'S house.

From the GALESBURG REPUBLICAN REGISTER:
Old settlers remember well Wm. J. T. WALLACE who moved a few months ago to Nebraska from Warren co. He is thriving well. This morning Mr. Wallace's son and wife arrived here and brought a present to Mr. F. COLTON, a box of products grown in Mr. Wallace's neighborhood.

 

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B. P. RICE gives notice of caucus of republican voters.

S. A. BROWN asks parties to settle their accounts with him.

A. K. WALLA needs a good reliable tinner.

C. W. HYATT selling cattle at auction.

J. W. STEVENSON has plants for sale.

John ROSS, notice of Union pct. caucus for republicans.

S. A. BROWN is my No. Bend agent for hog & poultry remedies. Jos. HAAS, V. S.

H. ELSON has cattle for sale.

Rev. D. S. DAVIS, pastor United Presbyterian Church.

Gilbert CULVER, auctioneer

Bernhard VOSS, blacksmith & wagon maker.

F. C. JOHNSON, flour mill at Linwood, Butler Co. Nebr.

J. W. LOVE, real estate, Fremont. Office with E. H. BARNARD.

J. W. FORBES, windmills

James WELCH, agent UPRR

D. A. HOPKINS, harness, saddles

Ira L. MILTONBERGER, confectionery, fruit etc.


NEBRASKA ANCESTREE VOL.22 NO.1
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PROFESSIONAL STATE CERTIFICATES GRANTED

Source: 17th Biannual Report of the State Superintendent of Public Instructions
Nebraska - 1902 - Vol 1 by Fowler
Submitted by: Ellen DeVries
Listing of all persons who have been granted Professional (Life) State Teacher Certificates under the laws of Nebraska from May 1881, to November 10, 1902.

Effie ABBOTT, Peru, NE

Charles Homer BEAN, Chicago, ILL

Grace ABBOTT, Grand Island, NE

John A BEARD

Ned C ABBOTT, Manila, P.I.

Carrie A BEATTIE

Anna T ADAMS, Hebron, NE

James A BEATTIE, Hiram, Ohio

Jennie B ADAMS, Lincoln, NE

Charles F BECK, Peru, NE

Anna ADEN, Boise, Idaho

J H BECKMAN, Lincoln, NE

Mame AGNEW, Chadron, NE

Frank H BEEDLE, Lewis, Iowa

Nettie AKSAMIT, Clarkson, NE

Karl D BEGHTOL, Anaconda, Mont.

Charlotte ALEXANDER, Syracuse, NE

A T BELL, University Place, NE

C N ALDEN, Lincoln, NE

Hill M BELL, Des Moines, Iowa 

Clara L ALDEN, Lincoln, NE

Ruth Evelyn BELL, Rushville, NE 

E T N ALFORD, Grand Island, NE

Isaac W BENDER, Wahoo, NE

Lucretia ALLEN, Cedar Bluffs, NE

John N BENNETT, Chadron, NE

A E ALLYN

May B BENNETT, Crete, NE

C L ANDERSON, Ord, NE

Grace J BENSTER, Silver Creek, NE

Claude N ANDERSON, Tecumseh, NE

Grace N BENTLEY

Jessie L ANDERSON, Seward, NE

P P BENTLEY, Orleans, NE

U O ANDERSON, Monte Vista, CO

Rufus C BENTLEY, Worcester, Mass.

Elizabeth STANTON ARCHERD

Mrs. May Lee BENTZ, South Omaha, NE

Dexter D ASHLEY, New York City

Matilda BERG, Blair, NE

C R ATKINSON, York, NE

Maud BERKLEY-BIRDSALL, Alexandria, NE

May L ATWATER

F E BICKNELL, Western, NE

Ellen M AUSTIN, Pender, NE

Anson H BIGELOW, Lemars, Iowa

W I AUSTIN

C W BIGELOW, Madison, NE

Samuel AVERY

Mary E BIRSS-VAN VLEET, Oklahoma

Marcia BABCOCK, Jansen, NE

Ed C BISHOP, York, NE

Alta B BAGLEY, Creighton, NE

Elsie S BIXBY

Bertha BAIN, Kansas City, MO

Mollie BLOOMER, Fremont, NE

Eleanor BAIN, Kansas City, MO

Bertha L BLOOMINGDALE, Syracuse, NE

Fannie A BAKER, Nebraska City, NE

Kate M BLOOMINGDALE, Julian, NE

Mollie E BAKER

E J BODWELL, Omaha, NE

Raymond S BAKER

C O BOE, Fremont, NE

A F BALDRIDGE, Alliance, NE

Floyd BOLLEN, Tilden, NE

Mrs. Helen BALLOU, Columbus, NE

A BOLLENBACH, Lincoln, NE

Lillian BAMFORD, Omaha, NE

Nina E BONAM, Rising City, NE

Mae BAMFORD, Omaha, NE

W W BONER, Wayne, NE

Charles E BARBER, North Platte, NE

Anna B BORST, Peru, NE

Vera BARDEN

Della BORST, Peru, NE

John B BARNES, Jr., Tekamah, NE

Jennie E BORST, Peru

Lydia BARNES-HERMIE, Byron, NE

H Waldo BOUGHTON, Webster, Texas

Robert J BARR, Grand Island, NE

Rosa BOUTON, Lincoln, NE

Stephen P BARRETT, Lincoln, NE

Carrie A BOWEN-HILLIKER, Grand Island, NE

Henry L BARRICK, Wood River, NE

J E BOWERS, Bloomington, NE

W H BARTZ, Alliance, NE

J W BOWLUS, Fairfield, NE

Wm T BATCHELOR, Milford, NE

Katie C BOYD, Oakland, NE

Samuel BAUGHMAN

Alice BOYER, Nebraska City, NE

Della T BEALS-CALDWELL, Brooklyn, N.Y.

James E BOYLE, Normal

S D BEALS

Julia A BOYLE


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PROFESSIONAL STATE CERTIFICATES (Continued)

T H BRADBURY

C B CLARK, Alma, Mich.

Laura J BRADFORD-NEAL, NE City, NE

Edith CLARK-SCHELL, Peru, NE

O H BRAINARD

Nellie M CLARK, Wahoo, NE

Elizabeth M BRATT, Grand Forks, S.D.

W A CLARK, Peru, NE

Mary BRAYMAN

John H CLARKE, Johnson, Ne

Alberta BRENNENMAN, Ravenna, NE

John C CLEGG, Greenwood, NE

Ora BRENIZER-GALE

Margaret CLELAND, Beatrice, NE

Jessie F BRIDGE, St Paul, NE

Hattie CLENDENIN, Grand Island, NE

Lauretta BRIDGE, Ravenna, NE

Mabel R CLEVELAND

R M BROCKMAN, Kearney, NE

William T CLINE, University Place

C R BRODERICK

A H COLLINS, Hartington, NE

Lola M BROOKHART, Cheyenne, Wyo.

Edgar CLIPPINGER, Sutton, NE

C O BROWN, Kearney, NE

Edward E COLE, Grand Island, NE

Edwin N BROWN, Dayton, Ohio

Kate A COLLINS, Calif.

John Frederick BROWN, Ida Grove, IA

Rose E COLLINS, Fremont, NE

Merle S BROWN, York, NE

J A COMBS, Burchard, NE

Herbert BROWNELL, Peru, NE

George E CONDRA, Lincoln, NE

Eunice A BRYANT, Crete, NE

O T CONKLE, Falls City, NE

Minnie S BUCHANAN, Gordon, NE

Julius CONKLIN, Neligh, NE

C W BUCKLEY, Bradshaw, NE

Mary P CONKLYN

Clare J BULLOCK, Crete, NE

U S CONN, Minn.

W A BUNDY, Humphrey, NE

J F CONNER, Holdrege, NE

Lot tie BRUCH, Salt Lake City, Utah

Carrie A CONTRYMAN, Normal

George BURGERT, Kearney, NE

Samuel R COOK, Wahoo, NE

Edith BURGESS, Cedar Rapids, NE

Charles L COONS, Edgar, NE

George F BURKETT, Bethany

Jessie R COONS, Edgar, NE

George BURTON,

Mattie A COOPER, Canon City, Colo.

J H BURWELL, St Edward, NE

Susannah E COOPER, Neligh, NE

J I BURWELL, Wilsonville, NE

H R CORBETT, Chicago, Ill.

Lois BUTT, Central City, NE

Virginia CORBETT, Ft Collins, Colo.

F W BUTTON 

Sonora C CORNELL, Lincoln, NE

Ellen CAMPBELL-PRIME 

Effie M COSSEL, Pawnee City, NE

J K CAMPBELL, Ord, NE  

M A COURTRIGHT, Lawton, Okla.

Robert CAMPBELL, Ewing, NE 

H E COVELL, Daykin, NE

R M CAMPBELL, Humphrey, NE 

Irene COWAN, Beatrice, NE

Anna E CANON, Tecumseh, NE

Mary J COWAN, Beatrice, NE

May CARLING, Gehring, NE

Nettie COWAN, Beatrice, NE

J F CARNAHAN, Creighton, NE

Harvey W COX, University Place, NE

Florence A CARNS, University Place

D W CRABTREE, Liberty, NE

Laura CARRAJER

J W CRABTREE. Lincoln, NE

Edna B CARSCADDEN, York, NE

Serepta CRABTREE, Beatrice, NE

Eugenia CARSON, Omaha, NE

J H CRAMER, Davenport, NE

C P CARY

Lewis J CRAMER, Columbus, NE

Alma J CASE, Ogallala, NE

Aurelia CRANGLE,

Mrs Eva J CASE, Red Cloud, NE 

Epaphro CRAW, Stratton, NE

Minnie C CASE, Chicago, III.

A A CRESSMAN, Grand Island, NE

A L CAVINESS, Fairbury, NE

W M CRICHTON, Auburn, NE

Mrs A M CHAMBERLAIN

Mary A CRISSMAN, Denver, Colo.

C M CHARLES, Culbertson, NE

George CROCKER, Falls City, NE

A LaMonte CHASE, Lincoln, NE

Mary P CROOKHAM, Osceola, NE

Minnie E CHASE, Sidney, NE

R F CROSS, Omaha, NE

George R CHATBURN, Lincoln, NE

F L CROWLEY

Anna CHURCH, South Dakota 

George W CROZIER, Stromsburg, NE

Frances CHURCH, Boone, IA 

Grace D CULBERTSON, Peru, NE

Ida E CHURCH-GOOD, Peru, NE 

P C CULLEN, Salem, NE

(To Be Continued Volume 22 NO.2)


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Tree Stumps (queries) - omitted from reproduction


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NEW BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY

Only members of NSGS may order books from the library. On a 3 x 5 card write your name, address and membership number along with the titles of the books you select. No more than three books per order. Enclose $4.00 for each book you order from this listing or from the Catalog of Library Holdings or the Publications for Sale brochure. Include a SASE with each order. Send your order to NSGS Librarian, 307 Road T, Exeter, NE 68351-9205.

The Beatrice Public Library donated the following 4 city directories:
Spacer1961 FREMONT CITY DIRECTORY has 553 pages
1960 NORTH PLATTE CITY _DIRECTORY has 683 pages
1962 KANSAS CITY KS DIRECTORY has 1435 pages
1966 TOPEKA KANSAS CITY DIRECTORY has 1021 pages

JOURNEY THROUGH NEBRASKA. donated by Marilyn Aubert of Lincoln, is a 360 page hard bound book, has a history of the state with early inhabitants, its becoming a state from a territory, its trails, government, list of governors with Regions of Nebraska divided into 7 sections. Many colorful photos.

THE GOERING ANCESTRY FROM GERMANY TO AMERICA compiled and donated by Norma Leibold of San Marcos, CA, is a 120 page soft cover book with index has the surname spelled several different ways. This family originated in Edenkoben, Germany, first coming to America in 1852. Some Nebraska counties mentioned are Platte, Greeley, Dodge, Polk and Otoe. Allied related mini genealogies are included for BIERMAN, GENZLINGER, HALTE, SCHAFFER, WERNER and ZIMPLEMANN.

THE HOWE FAMILY - 10 GENERATIONS FROM ENGLAND TO AMERICA an 8 page booklet compiled and donated by Betty Kluttz of Cary, NC, shows a descendency chart of William Howe beginning in England in the 1500's with a brief sketch of each generation. The compilers great qrandfather Noah, born in CT, lived in VA, came to Dunbar, NE from NY in 1859 with a wife and 3 children to the area of his brother where a 4th child was born. In the early 1860's he left his family in NE. After the Civil War he returned but the wife had remarried so he granted a divorce, qivinq her the homestead land. He moved to NC, married and had 5 more children.

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH AND SCHOOL CENTENNIAL HISTORY 1879-1979 Tobias,NE in Saline County, a 80 page soft cover book, donated by Alan & Diane Krupicka of Tobias,. has a history of the church & school, photos of pastors list of members, photos & stories of church organizations, list of teachers, list of members who became ministers or teachers and the names of thos baptised, confirmed, married and buried by year from 1879 to 1989.

Dorothy Bunker of Milligan donated the following 3 items:
Spacer1996 SALINE COUNTY AUTO LICENSE DIRECTORY of 96 paqes
1997 Webster County Auto License Directory
of 70 pages
1996 YORK COUNTY AUTO LICENSE DIRECTORY
of 80 pages

FAIRMONT NEBRASKA CEMTERIES is 202 pages in a 3 rinq notebook of burials in the Fairmont Public Cemetery and the Fairmont Catholic Cemetery in Fillmore County. The names are listed in Alphabetical order, with tombstone inscriptions, lot owner, block and lot numbers, cause of death, parents and spouse names, place of birth and place of death.


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New books. continued:

TOOGOOD ANCESTRY DESCENDANTS AND BIOGRAPHIES--CAPTAIN WILLIAM TOOGOOD 1748-1818 WILLINGTON SUMERSETTSHIRE ENGLAND AND CHESTER MA AND ALLIED FAMILIES compiled and donated by Betty Brown Sheeran of Fall City, WA. Volume I, a large hard bound book of 326 pages includes the lineage of ten generations of both the Toogood and Williams Families. A large two page fan chart shows fifteen generations from the immigrant. William Toogood, who was a captain of the British Army, married widow, Mary Cakes Bras, in New York who had five children by a previous marriage. She was 18 years older than Capt. Toogoood. One son was born to them. Allied Families A to K are included in this volume. Volume II of 492 pages with index . Allied Families L to W make up the contents of this volume. Biographies, family lineage, photos and references are included in both volumes.

JOSEPH DIEDERICH & HIS DESCENDANTS IN PICTURES compiled and donated by Robert Diederich of Manchester, IA, is a 146 page book with index in a 3-ring notebook, has 500 names, 200 pictures, many charts and stories. Joseph Diederich, born and married in WI Anna Ostermann, born in Germany who were the parents of 7 children, John, Anna, Mary, Elizabeth, Albert, Mary, Barbara and Clara. Fillmore County, NE is their final resting place.

MARTIN KOCI FAMILY TREE Compiled and donated by Marilyn Gilesof Denton, NE, is a 141 page card stock book with the history of Martin and Anna (Vlcek) Koci, both born in Bohemia who had 4 children. They came to the U.S. as well as their 2 married sons, Vaclav and Josef and a single daughter, Katharina and grandson, Anton Melichar, settling in Saline County, NE. Some related names are Drda, Soucek, Melichar, Vnoucek, Aksamit, Sticka Etc. Attendees at a family reunion are listed with their addresses.

ELMER-SCHRANT-ECKHOLT-STOFFEL FAMILY TREE compiled and donated by Susan Pabian of Columbus, NE, is a large 255 page card stock book begins with a 43 page Family Group Sheet containing the Descendants of Melvin Frank Schrant (twin), born in Humphrey, NE; Descendants of Johann Gerlach Schrand; Descendants of Johann Stoffel; Descendants of Johann Gerd Eickholt; Descendants of Bernard Elmer; 70 pages of photographs;: 22 pages of wedding and anniversary stories; 25 pages of obituaries and 88 pages of documents, family stories, charts and many other news stories.

FERDINAND AND CHRISTINA WILHELMINA BARR The First Generation in America and their Descendants a 171 page card stock book shows eight generations in charts and stories. Ferdinand, his wife and 5 children came from Germany in 1855 to WI where they homesteaded, had 3 more children and died. Nebraska counties mentioned are Thurston, Dakota and Holt along with many other places. A listing of marriages, baptisms, confirmations and deaths are listed in the back of the book. It is not known who donated this book.

SHANHOLTZER HISTORY AND ALLIED FAMILY ROOTS OF HAMPSHIRE COUNTY W.V FREDERICK COUNTY VA a 1044 page hard bound book with indexes for pictures, allied family and Shanholtzer descendants. These 11 generations of Johannes Schanholtzer who came to the U.S. in 1727 was a palatinate from Germany to PA. There are 19 allied Family Roots recorded also. It is not known who donated this book.

STEELE CITY NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTIONS a 45 page card stock book with surname index taken from 2 newspapers from the 1920's and 1930's.


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New books continued:

WOOD RIVER ALUMNI DIRECTORY Hall County, 208 pages in a 3 ring notebook has a history of the school, graduates listed by year ending in 1986, composite of each graduating class, alphabetical list of graduates with year, fathers & mothers maiden names. The book is updated with information for each graduating class from 1987 to 1999.

WAYNE COUNTY NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS 1876-1899, a 539 page soft cover bound book with surname index has information abstracted from 6 different newspapers in the county. Complete obituaries, marriages and numerous articles are included.

GREATER YORK AREA CENTENNIAL 1870-1970 a large 164 page soft cover bound book is a pictorial history of the City of York, listinq mayors, county officials, early post offices in the county. Many advertisements must have helped sponsor the book.

INDEX FOR PORTRAIT & BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF GAGE COUNTY 1888, a 71 page spiral bound book with a surname index listing found in the Presidents of the U.S. and Nebraska Governors. The second part is an alphabetical listing of names taken from the biographies, with name of township or town, wife's maiden name, military service information, page of portrait or his property.

INDEX OF LANDOWNERS FOR THE 1900 PLAT BOOK OF JEFFERSON COUNTY a 56 page stock cover book of names, township and section number, patron directory, maps of townships and towns.

INDEX OF LANDOWNERS FOR 1900 PLAT BOOK OF THAYER COUNTY a 53 page card stock book with information like Jefferson County plat book.

INDEX OF LANDOWNERS FOR 1884 PLAT BOOK OF REPUBLIC COUNTY KS a 51 page card stock book with information like above.

PHELPS COUNTY MARRIAGES Volume I  22 April 1877-22 August 1923 is a 180 page soft bound book in 2 sections. Grooms in alphabetical order in one section and brides the same in the other section along with marriage date, book and page number.

STEELE CITY NEBRASKA a 53 page card stock book with surname index has a history of the town, graduates from 1920 to 1958, list of teachers 1867 to 1961, WWI registrants by precincts, 1914 Farmers Union members, with 15 pages biographical sketches taken from various publications.

THE REDBIRD-ENDICOT HIGH SCHOOL NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTIONS 1934-1966 a 29 page publication with surname index of school news, marriages, service men, deaths, births, etc.

The following publications are for sale by the Nebraska State Genealogical Society but can be borrowed through the mail just like any of the rest of our collection.

A GUIDE TO RESEARCH FOR BUTLER COUNTY NEBRASKA a 38 page book of card stock has much information for the researcher plus many early maps of the county and towns. This book sells for $6.00 plus $2.00 postage.

PLATTE COUNTY MARRIAGES BOOK 16  30 April 1931-8 May 1935 an 80 page spiral bound book with index has the information as found on the marriage record. This book sells for $12.30 plus $3.00 postage.

PLATTE COUNTY MARRIAGE BOOK 17  9 May 1935-30 March 1939 an 84 page spiral bound book same as above. This book sells for $12.E40 plus $3.00 postage.


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