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Greeley County was formed in 1871 from unorganized land. The county seat is Greeley.
Greeley county was named in honor of Horace Greeley (1811-1872) to whom is accredited the saying: "Go west young man and grow up with the country." The first settlements in this county were made in 1871-1872. It was organized and the boundaries defined by an act approved March 1, 1871.
This county is but one of the 93 counties in the great state of Nebraska.
Website Updates 08 Oct 2014: Military Info:Other - Veteran Deaths - Virgil O. Barnes; Dean D. Heiser; 02 Oct 2014: Cemeteries:Mount Hope Cemetery - Added pictures of stones for Frank Abel Jr.; Frank Abel; Maude Abel; Eleanor C. Acker; Clinton B. Acker; Maude H. Acker; Sidney Allison; Elsie Allison; Mrs. Dora Alpers; F. Alpers; Hartwig Alpers; Alvena Ammerman; Burt W. Ammerman; Laverna Ammerman; H. D. Ashley; Irene Ashley; Karl S. Ashley; Samuel J. Ashwood; George Albert Baker; Louisa Jane Baker; George M. Bartz; Ida S. Bartz; Mary Ann Bartz; Edith Bartz; Otto Bartz; Albert H. Beck; Maude Beck