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Custer County Nebraska
 
 

Custer County was organized by a legislative act on February 17, 1877 and was named after General George Armstrong Custer. Measuring 54 by 48 miles, Custer withstood several attempts at division. It is almost exactly in the center of the state, containing 72 townships and eleven incorporated cities and town.

My name is Melody and I will be hosting the Custer County Nebraska Genealogytrails web site. We always welcome family data from contributors. We are interested in raw data such as births, deaths, obituaries,burials and family history's. If you would like to contribute information please email me at the link listed at the bottom of this page.  To keep updated on information that is added please subscribe to the mailing list at the bottom of the page. Happy Hunting!!!!!!!!!
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Links to Online Data Below:

Auction Notices Murders Accidents and Tragedies
Births Newspaper Articles
Biographies Newspaper Land Office
Broken Bow Business Directory Newspaper Military Articles
Cemeteries Obituaries
County History Pictures
Court Pioneers
Crimes Pioneer Stories
Churches Reunion Pictures
Dead Letter Office Sargent Nebraska
Deaths School Beginnings
Divorces Schools
Family Pages Victoria Creek
FullHart Murder

History
Weather
Marriages Westerville Pioneer Stories
Military  
 
2018:
3rd Quarter

Births-
Mr. and Mrs. S.O. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Mert Amos

Deaths-
Mrs. Jake Wadsworth
Grandpa Pinchin
Lee Leeper

News-Sicklist
John Brown's family
Grace Williams
Prudie Allen

News-Gossip and Visiting by name
Wm. Phfrem and wife to adopt Beckwith child
Ruth Pickell
Ed Spooner
Henry Poynter

News-Accidents & Tragedies
O.S. Pulliam
L.E. Manuel
McComsey family killed by fire
James Himes
Mr. Bohman

Schools-Honor Roll
West Union Winter term 1895
names mentioned: Marsh, Pulliam, Cosler, Loghry, Wallace, Zellor, Garrison, Coday, Orvis, Bisco, Pfrehm, Dressen, Leep, Gatliff




 
 

We regret that we are unable to perform personal research for folks.  All data we come across will be added to this site.  We thank you for visiting and hope you'll come back again to view the updates we make to this site.

 

Additional Resources:
Custer County Historical Society, Inc.
Post Office Box 334

445 So. 9th. Ave.
Broken Bow NE 68822

Sargent Library
504 W. Main St.
P.O. Box 476
Sargent, NE, 68874
Hours:
Mon 9am-3p.m
Wednesday 1 pm-7pm
Saturday 9am-12pm
sargentlibrary@gmail.com

If you have any family data such as obits, births, marriages, etc. pertaining to Custer County and would like to have it posted to this site, please contact us.
 

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