Preserve the Early Lancaster County Probate Records
LLCGS plans to preserve the early Lancaster County probate records through a digitization program.  We have twenty-seven boxes of probate packets in our archive. Unfortunately, they are getting very brittle and we need to preserve them digitally before they disintegrate. We are lucky that we also have considerable indexing to them. These are an invaluable genealogical resource for Lancaster County. The Society is seeking contributions to the Give to Lincoln Day to make this project possible.

LLCGS Monthly Meeting 
Tuesday, May 13, 7:15 p.m.
Genealogy - A Trip Back in Time
Presented by Gary "Mitch" Zabokrtsky,
author, Czech heritage researcher,
and Jefferson County historian.
Join "Mitch" for the evening program.
  • Learn how Mitch researched his Czech family.
  • He will take us through the use of record types to construct our family story.  Records he will discuss include chronicles, Census, Church, Land, Immigration, Naturalization, and Ship records.
  • He will share his personal experiences researching his family in the U.S. and the Czech Republic.
Eastridge Presbyterian Church
(56th St. between "A" St. and Randolph St.)
Fellowship Hall, lower level, handicap access.

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Upcoming Events
Friday, Apr. 18th:
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Sunday, Apr. 20th:
No LLCGS Session on April 20
Lincoln City Libraries will be closed Sunday, April 20, Easter Sunday.   It's a good Sunday to connect with family and gather/eschange stories of your heritage. If you have Germanic ancestry, gather your materials for next Sunday's session (April 27) featuring Germanic Research.
Friday, Apr. 25th:
Genealogy on the Internet
Greater Omaha Genealogical Society is presenting this seminar featuring Gary Smith Second Vice President and National Conference Coordinator of the International Society of Family History Writers and Editors, National Conference Coordinator of the Genealogical Speakers Guild , and a founding member of Great Lakes ...
Saturday, Apr. 26th:
2014 Spring Genealogy Workshop: Researching Scandinavian Ancestors
The Greater Omaha Gen. Soc. GOGS presents Researching Your Scandinavian Ancestors  with presentations by Diana Crisman Smith  Register by March 26 for early bird rates. For more information go to
Sunday, Apr. 27th:
Germanic Research
This is an inclusive group not restricted to ancestry from "Germany" but includes a broader geographic area.  If you think there is a "Germanic" branch in your family or if you know someone who would like to learn about their potential Germanic ancestors, please ...
Thursday, May. 1st:
First Thursday
  Discussion groups provide an opportunity for beginners and experienced genealogists to share ideas and discoveries, ask questions, learn tips from facilitators or current resources or just enjoy conversation about our common interests in genealogical discoveries and preservation.  Bob and Arlene Houser host the ...