Welcome to

the History and Genealogy

of

Hamilton County, Nebraska


 




 Hamilton County is one of the ninety-three counties in the state of Nebraska.

Hamilton County was formed in 1867 from unorganized land.

The county was named for Alexander Hamilton,
the first Secretary of the Treasury.

Its county seat is Aurora.




 

 

This county website is available for adoption.

 

 

City and Villages

Aurora
Giltner
Hampton
Hordville
Marquette
Phillips
Stockham


 Adjacent Counties:

Polk,  York,  Clay,  Hall  and  Merrick.



We regret that we are unable to perform personal research.



 

Items of Interest

 

Early Settlers

Family Queries

Surname

Biographies  

News Articles  

Cemeteries

County Families

 

1880 Schedule of Defective, Dependent, and Delinquent Classes

Aurora  

Cities and Towns

Obituaries  

WWII Army Honor List

WWI Draft Card Registration 1917-1918 Index

News Tidbits    

Marriages

1883 Pensioners List

 




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data for this county, we're looking for hosts. View our
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and contact Kim.


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pertaining to Hamilton County and would like to have it posted
to this site, please contact us


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of the sites available, contact Kim.



All material posted to this site, unless otherwise credited, has been transcribed
and contributed by:  Frances Cooley



 

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Last updated - September 26, 2017


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