Welcome to the Lincoln-Lancaster County Genealogical Society where our mission is Preserving the Past for Future Generations.
The LLCGS was founded by 4 friends in 1975 over donuts and coffee. We are a volunteer-run organization dedicated to promoting genealogy, engaging members, and preserving records. Whether you have Lancaster County connections or not, we invite you to join us in
exploring your family history.

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Upcoming Events
Sunday, Oct. 27th
Free 6 week On-Line Genealogy Course
Genealogy Course:  Researching Your Family Tree Develop an understanding of genealogy – how to research your family tree and share the results – with this free 6-week online course.  Start anytime.  Offered by the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow Scotland https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/genealogy     ...
Monday, Nov. 11th
Nordic Research Seminars
Learn how to find your ancestors in Nordic records.   Go to the Salt Lake Family History Library this week without leaving home! Join on-line with patrons attending the Family History Library week of genealogy topics on Nordic research. The Schedule is attached to download below for easy printing and webinar access. ...
Friday, Nov. 15th
Time Travelers Writing Group
  Writing "Memories into Memoirs for Posterity"  Ruth Briney, facilitator.     Are you interested in writing your memoirs or your ancestor’s stories?  This group meets twice monthly to share their short stories.
Sunday, Nov. 17th
Researching your Female Ancestors
Please join us for a presentation, "Look for the Woman" prepared by Martha Grenzeback and presented by Judi Cook.  Includes resources on finding new information about our elusive female ancestors.  Claudia Severin, new LLCGS member, is writing a historically based fictional account about four of her female ancestors.  She ...
Thursday, Nov. 21st
November Business Meeting
  Please attend our monthly business meeting and the program that follows.  The Program will include summaries of National Genealogical Society meetings from the past year.  Tips and experiences will be shared.
Sunday, Nov. 24th
Germanic Special Interest Group
Help Day for German, Czech, Polish, Slovak and French Translation, and for Germanic Surname and Placename Identification Having problems with understanding words and phrases in a family genealogical document, the meaning of a surname, or locating and understanding a village name? Experienced volunteers will be available to help with ...