Welcome to the Washington County Nebraska Genealogical Society website!

This site is maintained by members of the Washington County Genealogical Society. Here you will find a growing collection of up-to-date resources to assist in Washington County genealogy research.

The purpose of the Washington County Genealogical Society is to promote research and give guidance to those who are tracing their family lines through the searching of records, people and places. The society continues to foster an interest in all peoples who contributed in any way to the establishment and perpetuation for the county of Washington in the state of Nebraska.

If lookup assistance is needed, please use the Contact Us link located to the left. Keep in mind some requests incur expenses for research material. All queries and information obtained may be posted online for future reference.

If there is any interest in joining the Washington County Genealogical Society, please use the Join WCGS link to the left. Anyone is welcome to join the society, whether you reside locally or elsewhere in the world. Click the link for more information.
News & Events
Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, May 3rd at 2:00 PM in the Blair Library's new location at 2233 Civic Drive (across from Deerfield Elementary).

The Meeting Program:

Library Director Gayle Roberts will be showing us some of the new technology. Sue Klotz is the hostess.

 
The Genealogical Society will be onhand at the library for the Dedication/Grand Opening/Open House on April 1st from 12pm to 4pm. Come out to meet us and say hi!

As a reminder, the library has moved to 2233 Civic Drive (across from Deerfield Elementary).

 
Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, April 5th at 2:00 PM in the Blair Library's new location at 2233 Civic Drive (across from Deerfield Elementary).

The Meeting Program:

Voices from the New Land
by John Mark and Dawn Nielsen

The program will explore Danish immigration to Nebraska through dramatic readings from immigrant letters, journals and diaries, as well as old photographs, drawings and scenes of present day Denmark and Nebraska. The Nielsens focus on the stories of individuals--what motivated them, how they struggled with the land and faced the hardships as well as how they experienced the joys of community and the satisfaction of realizing their dreams.

We hope to see everyone there!

 
Dues will now be $10.00 per person, or $25.00 for a family. Please get your dues to Pat Hunsche as soon as possible if you would like to continue to be a member and support the group!
 
Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, March 1st at 2:00 PM in the Blair Library.
 
This is a reminder that monthly meeting times have changed to the first Wednesday of the month at 2:00PM Central Time.