May Monthly Meeting
Thursday, May 21st  7:00 p.m.
First Lutheran Church, 1551 S 70th St., Lincoln
Using Probate Records for Genealogical Research
Speaker: Loel Brooks, Lincoln Attorney
Examples of Genealogical information in Probate Records
provided by LLCGS Members
Hospitality/ refreshments provided by Marian Malone
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Upcoming Events
Sunday, Apr. 19th:
Assisting with the World Memory Project
World Memory Project Sunday, April 19  2:00-4:00 p.m.  Drop by for half-hour, hour or two.  This is an informal session. You can help make data available to families and genealogists by attending this session.   Walt Library will be observing the Holocaust with a program and ...
Thursday, Apr. 23rd:
NE State Genealogical Society Annual Conference
George Morgan of Aha! Seminars and co-host of Genealogy Guys Podcast will be the featured speaker. .  For more information go to
Friday, Apr. 24th:
"Time Travelers"
This  group welcomes anyone to attend.  Facilitated by Ruth Briney.  Contact Ruth at for additional information.  Group plans to meet two times a month through August.  Check for dates.
Sunday, Apr. 26th:
Germanic Ancestry Interest Group
This is an interest group session for anyone with Germanic region and language heritage. On Sunday, April 26, Dr. Peter Reinkordt who has taught German and Germanic History at Doane College will be our speaker. He will discuss origins and meanings of Germanic names and ...
Sunday, May. 3rd:
Meet a Nebraska author of Ne History
.Do you know the story of Two Gun Hart, a Nebraskan who chose a different path than his brother Al Capone? Meet Jeff McArthur who researched this story and got to know the Hart family.  You'll also be able to meet descendants of Two Gun ...
Sunday, May. 3rd:
Letters from Mecklenberg
   "Growing up in Garwitz, in the 1880's".   Wilbur Haas will provide selections from letters  of a young German-American immigrant to his fiancee, describing his childhood in a small town on the Elde (not Elbe!) river in Mecklenburg, where his father was pastor, and ...