12 MAY 2008 7
What Do You Know About the German Port in Germany
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How it Operated in the
BROWSE NITE CHANGE.......
Tuesday 27 May 2008 7 p.m. due to Memorial Day
Renee kept the minutes and so this is her tale of the "Brick wall Round Table." Everyone took part in it and had some very good suggestions as how to get over the wall and find new leads to your ancestry.
Also discussed was the society purchasing film of the Ship Passenger Lists. Several ideas come out of the discussion, but not completed. It is important that we do not purchase film that has already been placed on the internet, published in book form, or on film at another library close to our vicinity.
A fall genealogy workshop for beginners was discussed and will be completed under Dr Underwood's direction.
NOTED: THE NEW YORK TIMES has made its archives from 1987 to present without charge as well as those from 1851 to 1922. Its web site is www.nytimes,com and some of the material from 1923-1986 will be free, and there will be charges for some material from that period. I found about the ship my great-grandfather arrived on because it was late arriving after sailing through one of the worst Atlantic storms at that time.
Renee Lubash, president of Lincoln-Lancaster Co Gen Society .
STREET CARS MEXT
Articles of Incorporation Adopted and Stock All Taken
The Route Upon Which Cars Will Run - Capital Stock $50,000.
A meeting of the projectors of the street car line enterprise was held yesterday afternoon. The articles of incorporation were adolpted and books for subscription opened. The authorized capital stock is $50,000, one-half of which has already been subscribed, this being all that will be desired at present. The incorporators are E H Barnard, L M Keene, L D Richards, Ray Nye, Geo W E Dorsey, C H Toncray and Fred Meyer. A meeting of the city council will be called in a day or two to take preliminary steps for the election to vote upon a franchise. The route of the line as decided upon is as follows:
The system shall consist of a main line and eleven branches. The main line shall commence at intersection of Main and First streets and north on Main to the end. Branch One shall begin at main line on Second street, thence west to Bell St, thence north on Bell to the end. Branch Two begins at main line on Sixth, thence east to Bell St. Branch Three begins at Branch Two on Union, thence north on Union to the end. Branch Four shall begin at Branch Two or Platte avenue, thence north to the end. Branch Five shall begin at Branch One on Union and south to the end. Branch Six shall begin on Sixth street, thence west to I, thence north to 13th, thence west to end of 13th. Branch Seven shall begin at Branch Six on 10th, thence west to end. Branch Eight shall begin at Branch Six on 6th, thence west to M, thence north to Military avenue, thence west to the end. Branch Nine shall begin at Branch Six on Broad, thence south on Broad to third, thence east on Third to second, thence east on Second to main line. Branch Ten begins at Branch 9 on 3rd, thence to L, thence south to end of street. Branch Eleven shall begin on 13th and thence north on Maxwell avenue to the end.
Fremont Tribune 5 May 1887 8:2
DODGE COUNTY- NEBRASKA MARRIAGES
100 Years - BOOK 12 - Year of 1908
William H Heine to
Mary E Lyman on 02 May
At high noon Wednesday, May 6, Ella Springer and Mr Charles Franklin Smith were married.
The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's mother, 107 East Linden avenue amid a company consisting of the families and a few intimate friends.
To the strains of "Love's Golden Dream" played by Miss Nina Phillips the bridals party consisting of the bride and groom accompanied by Mr George Springer, brother of the bride and Miss Lucy Smith, sister of the groom, marched in and took their places in the parlor where Rev W H Buss in a pleasing manner performed the beautiful ring ceremony. The bride wore a white organdie and carried white roses and the bride's maid also wore white and carried pink roses. The out-of-town guests were Mrs H C Hooker and son, Mr and Mrs L J Springer and son of Leigh, Mr George Springer, Mr Harry Springer of Hooper, Mr and Mrs E W Hooker of Hooper.
After the ceremony the company of twenty-five were served a six-course dinner at tables beautifully decorated with pink and white roses.
The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs N H Smith; the bride the youngest daughter of Mrs Anna M Springer of this city.
Fremont Tribune 09 May 1908 5:3
FLOOR - The place for storing your priceless genealogy records.
SHH! Be very, very quiet...I'm hunting forebears.
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