May Monthly Meeting
Thursday, May 21st  7:00 p.m.
First Lutheran Church, 1551 S 70th St., Lincoln
Using Probate Records for Genealogical Research
Speaker: Loel Brooks, Lincoln Attorney
Examples of Genealogical information in Probate Records
provided by LLCGS Members
Hospitality/ refreshments provided by Marian Malone
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Guests with genealogy interests are welcome

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Upcoming Events
Sunday, May. 3rd:
Meet a Nebraska author of Ne History
.Do you know the story of Two Gun Hart, a Nebraskan who chose a different path than his brother Al Capone? Meet Jeff McArthur who researched this story and got to know the Hart family.  You'll also be able to meet descendants of Two Gun ...
Sunday, May. 3rd:
Letters from Mecklenberg
   "Growing up in Garwitz, in the 1880's".   Wilbur Haas will provide selections from letters  of a young German-American immigrant to his fiancee, describing his childhood in a small town on the Elde (not Elbe!) river in Mecklenburg, where his father was pastor, and ...
Thursday, May. 7th:
First Thursday Discussion Group
Bob and Arlene Houser facilitate this monthly discussion group with great opportunities to exchange information.  If you have questions, please email
Friday, May. 8th:
"Time Travelers"
This  group welcomes anyone to attend.  Facilitated by Ruth Briney.  Contact Ruth at for additional information.  Group plans to meet two times a month through August.  Check for dates.
Sunday, May. 10th:
No Sunday Session on Mother's Day
Although the Walt Library is open on Mother's Day, May 10, we will not have an organized LLCGS genealogy session.  The group voted to capture more memories with our families on that day.  Feel free to go to the library to use or other ...
Tuesday, May. 12th:
National Genealogical Conference
Please note pre conference sessions Librarians' Day and German Studies Program available on Tuesday, May 12.   Genealogists of all skill levels will meet at the NGS 2015 Family History Conference in St. Charles, Missouri, 13–16 May 2015. Less than a decade old, the St. Charles ...