To the Lincoln-Lancaster County Genealogical Society!
Our mission:  Preserve the Past for Future Generations.
We are a volunteer organization dedicated to promoting genealogy,
engaging members, and preserving records. Whether you have Lancaster
County connections or not, join us as you explore your family history.
Genealogy Library Hours
 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 1-3 p.m. 
If you are visiting the area, please stop in and see us.
Non-members welcome!
Contact: library@llcgs.info  or call 531-249-5939 
2900 'O' Street, Lower Level
If the Lincoln Public Schools are closed due to weather, the library will also be closed.

MEMBERSHIP Dues Highlights
To become a member or retain membership with LLCGS the following applies:
Member(one person) - $20
Family/Household (more than one person at residence) - $25
Payment can be made by check or by PayPal.
Current members will receive a reminder email from Sinda Dux, our VP for
Membership, prior to the month of the anniversary date so they can pay their dues
on time.
If you want to become a new member, please go to the Membership menu option
on the left side of this page.  When the new window opens, below Membership
on the left will be four options:
Join Online, Renew Online, Join by Mail and Renew by Mail. 
Questions can be forwarded to (duxs2001@yahoo.com or contact@llcgs.info ).
As a volunteer organization, we are dependent on membership dues and donations
for our sustainability and you are always welcome to make a donation to the Society.  
This can be done through Paypal by choosing the “Donate” button at the bottom of
this page or you can send a check to LLCGS, P.O. Box 30055, Lincoln, NE  68503.

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Upcoming Events
Saturday, Apr. 20th
New Writing Group
We'll help each other start or continue writing. If you have been putting it off or if you are already writing, get writing with this group. In-person or Zoom.  Click here to register for Zoom.  
Saturday, Apr. 20th
How to Find Your Village of Origin in Europe
At long last -- after a weather cancelation in January -- Jenny Watton presents a case study showing how she has found villages where her ancestors lived.  She has examples of records and a list of resources that were helpful. We never want to overlook a clue! Her presentation is open to ...
Thursday, Apr. 25th
Family Tree Maker Discussion Group
LLCGS' Bob McQuistan is hosting an FTM session, which will include a short presentation followed by discussion and questions.  Questions can be submitted ahead of time to programs@llcgs.info.   Register in advance for this session by clicking on the link: FTM Session After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about ...
Friday, Apr. 26th
Nebraska State Genealogical Society Annual Conference
April 26-27, 2024 Conference to be held in Columbus Featured Speaker -- Blaine Bettinger For more information, go to:    https://nsgs.org/
Friday, Apr. 26th
Time Travelers Writing Group
Writing "Memories into Memoirs for Posterity"   Are you interested in writing your memoirs or your ancestor’s stories?  This group meets twice monthly to share their short stories. New members welcome.  
Sunday, Apr. 28th
LLCGS Member Meeting
Our meeting will include: Business Meeting Program: A Serious Serial Bigamist. Teresa Shane, LLCGS Co-Vice-President of Programs, presents her story of John Franklin Shane, her 1st Cousin 4 times removed, who married seven women under at least four different names, crossing three state lines, imprisoned twice all before possibly going ...