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Welcome to Deuel County,


Hello - We are the County Coordinators for Deuel County. Please look around, there's lots to see and more coming all the time. If you have any information you would like to share with others "searching for their roots" in Deuel County, please let us know. Also contact us by e-mail if you are willing to do "look-ups". Contributions are always welcome.
If you have any questions or problems with this page
please feel free to envelopes e-mail us.
 Mary H. Palser and Betty Aron Schneider
Deuel County was named for Harry Porter Deuel, a prominent railroad man in Nebraska. He was born in  Clarkson, Monroe County, NY in 1836, moved to Illinois and then to Nebraska. He was employed by the KC, St J & CB, Union Pacific and Burlington RR's.
Map of Deuel County
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Big Springs High School Alumni 1914 to 2003

Berea Luthern Church Cemetery with photos of tombstones!!

Listing of those with registered livestock brands

Map of Deuel County


Neighboring Counties

Cheyenne, Nebraska Garden, Nebraska Keith, Nebraska

Sedgwick, Colorado
Perkins, Nebraska

       Deuel County Links & Addresses
        Links to some of the towns in Deuel County:
Big Springs

State Historical Markers from NSHS
Big Springs Historical Marker
Sam Bass and The Big Springs Robbery

Deuel Co. census, political information --
NACo/HPI County Information System
History of Chappell
History of Big Springs

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Nebraska State Genealogical Society

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USGenWeb logo About the NEGenWeb Project
            In March and April, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the Kentucky Comprehensive Genealogy Database Project. The idea
            was to provide a single entry point for all counties in Kentucky, where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases
            would be indexed and cross-linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be located in the index.
This is an outgrowth of that original Kentucky project.

At the same time, volunteers were found who were willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of the web page. Contact the volunteer shown on the county page if you have a desire to add your data to the database. If the county in which you are interested does not have a page and/or you wish to participate in some way, please contact the State Coordinator.

You may notice a message beside the county listing indicating it is available for adoption. This means that while we have created the county page, we are now looking for someone to take it over. If you would like to adopt a web page for one of these counties, please contact the current owner of the page, whose name is listed at the bottom of their county page, or the State Coordinator.

If you are having problems with this page please contact us
Mary H. Palser and Betty Aron Schneider

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This page was last updated on Wednesday, 23-Feb-2000 22:21:33 PST

Copyright © 1997-2007 - "The HTML coding, compilations, and layout are copyrighted by Masry H. Palser and
Betty Aron Schneider and are provided for the convenience of fellow genealogical researchers and other interested parties, with no warranty of accuracy or usability.  All materials on this web site may be reproduced for non-commercial genealogical use as long as copyright notice is included.  All material that was submitted by others remain the sole property of the submitters. All other rights reserved.

"Should anything unexpected happen to us and we are no longer able to fulfill ourobligations, we want it known that all information contained in this website would become the responsibility of the NEGenWeb Project, as part of
The USGenWeb Project, to do with as the NEGenWeb State Coordinator (s) feel appropriate. And further, should such an occasion arise, we grant permission to the System Administrator of RootsWeb to release account/password information to the NEGenWeb State Coordinator (s) as needed. -- Mary H. Palser and Betty Aron Schneider

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