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Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln, NE)
Friday - 2 Mar 1923

George Buck, pioneer of Nebraska and father of Mrs. Otto F. Wohlenberg of Lincoln will celebrate his eighty-fourth birthday Sunday with a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wohlenberg. Out of town guests who will come for the occasion will include his three sons, Z.U. Buck and daughter, Lucile of Calumet, Okl., J.E. Buck and wife and two daughters, Harriett and Vera of Grand Island and Mr. and Mrs. George Buck, jr., of Omaha. Mr. Buck's niece, Mrs. Guy S. Keefer and Mr. Keefer of Lincoln will also be present. Mr. Buck was one of the first settlers of Nebraska, coming here from Fairfax, Vt., in 1871. He lived for time in Plattsmouth and later settled in Franklin County where he lived until fifteen years ago when he came to Lincoln. Mr. Buck is a veteran of the Civil war, serving four years with Company H, Second Vermont volunteer infantry.



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