My parents' families all immigrated to Nebraska in the Dodge and Saunders County areas in the 1870s. It's a massive chore finding records back in the old country, be it England, Ireland, Germany or Czech Bohemia. But even here in the States it can be difficult and/or expensive. Likewise, finding information about living distant relatives has been challenging. Any help with either would be appreciated. Please note that LIVING relatives are invisible to anyone who isn't logged in with permission. So until you get access you will only be able to see folks on the "other side." Spooky, huh?
Send me a note if you have info you'd like me to add something, or if you want access to add info for yourself, apply for permission via this website. I can make you administrator to add people or facts; I would prefer if you let me subtract them so we don't end up in a Keystone Cops routine.
If you're a named family member here, you're always welcome to participate in improving the Tree.
I want to thank everyone who participated in the 2019 Wesely Reunion in Morse Bluff, NE on September 18. I enjoyed meeting all of you who I did meet, and Thank You for adding your information to my printout! I have added that information here, and sent invitations to everyone who left me an email address. If you've lost it, let me know and I'll resend the invitation.
Feel free to sign the Guest Book. You can also email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.