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Lancaster County Nebraska
History and Genealogy!


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Lancaster County was formed in 1859.

It is the second most populous county in Nebraska.  The county seat is Lincoln, the state capital.  The original county seat in 1859 was the village of Lancaster.

Cities, Towns, and Villages

Agnew * Arbor * Bennet * Berks * Bethany * Cheney * College View * Davey * Denton * Emerald * Firth * Hallam * Hickman * Holland * Kramer * Lincoln * Malcolm * Martell * Panama * Prairie Home * Princeton * Raymond * Roca * Rokeby * Saltillo * Sprague * Walton * Waverly * Wood Lawn  






Online Data


Allen G. Crabtree

Anniversaries & Birthdays


County Organization

Court News


Family Queries

Joseph McGraw - Death Certificate


Newspaper Articles & Tidbits

Obituaries & Death Notices

Old Photographs

Old Unidentified Photographs

Rhoda McGraw - 1906 Teacher Certificate

WWII Honor List







Adjacent Counties

Saunders County (north)
Cass County (northeast)
Otoe County (southeast)
Johnson County (southeast point)
Gage County (south)
Saline County (southwest)
Seward County (northwest)

Butler County (northwest corner)


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