Kansas Council of Genealogical Societies, Inc.

For Genealogical Help in Hodgeman County, contact:

Hodgeman County Genealogical Society

PO Box 608

Jetmore, KS  67854-0608

e-mail: hcgs18m@hotmail.com

HG   Hodgeman County, Kansas, was established in 1867 (formerly known as Hageman County).  It was named for Amos Hodgeman, a Union Captain in the Civil War.  The county seat of Hodgeman County is Jetmore, Kansas.

Old, Newspaper

Hodgeman County Old News

courtesy of the Kansas Old Newspaper Transcribers Guild (KCGS)

The Project Based Society

There was a time in Kansas history when organizations such as the local Jack Rabbit Club, Anti Horse-Thief Association, Protection Guild, and Literary Club were absolute necessities in each community. Societies were essential for a wide variety of reasons, both social...

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To Dues or Not To Dues

To Dues or Not To Dues: that should be the question. Belonging to a society, was very important throughout much of American history. The organizations you belonged to added prestige to your resume and announced to the world those things which were most important to...

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Rawson Reunion

WAMEGO, KS - Eighty-year-old twins Henry A. Rawson, Marquette, and H. Alfred Rawson of Wamego, enjoyed a reunion with their oldest sister, Mrs. Ellen Lattimore, 87, of Mt Clemens, Mich., their youngest sister, Mrs. Paul Cobb of Los Angeles, and a brother, Paul Rawson...

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A Balky, Unruly Mule

WAMEGO, KS - Dr. A.N. Ruby is nursing a broken left arm. He sustained the break while attempting to treat a balky mule. He was standing on the Manger rail and accidentally fell when the mule became unruly.  The Wamego Reporter, Wamego, Kansas.  May 23, 1940.  (c)...

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Alex Kaine Dead

WAMEGO, KS - “Alex” Kaine a prominent farmer and resident here for the past 16 years, died at Genn Hospital early Tuesday morning, April 2. He had been a patient at the hospital several weeks following a major operation. Mr. Kaine was born at Hoysten, Compsie,...

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