This is the latest in a series of blogs documenting ancestors that passed through Nebraska at some point in time, and yes, some even stayed. We didn’t start at the very beginning because there are a lot of Czech names in Butler county, and while I’m getting used to the Czech spellings, I am starting with a reel that has pretty decent handwriting. Earlier writing is not always as easy to read, but we’ll work on it.
Always check all the area counties. Not everyone got married in their home county, for a wide variety of reasons.
If the spelling is off, let us know and we’ll check it against the marriage document.
If you want a copy of a marriage record you can come to W. Dale Clark Library in Omaha and get a copy yourself. If you can’t make it, you can contact one of the three following addresses to get a copy.
1. Greater Omaha Genealogy Society will get copies for $5 each & mail or email them to you. (G.O.G.S., PO Box 4011, Omaha, NE 68104). You can mix or match copies from any of our web sites.
2. The Genlady@gmail.com can get you a copy for $5 each. We prefer to email them, so you’ll get them faster. If you order 6 items at one time, we’ll give you the 6th free. We usually get copies out within 24 hours if ordered during the week, otherwise it’ll wait until Monday (except for holidays.)
3. W. Dale Clark Library Genealogy Department, , Omaha, NE will get you a copy for $5 each with a total limit of 3 documents ordered in any given week.
Hope you find your missing family information on one of our web sites. Check back frequently. We add information regularly.