There is currently no functioning Genealogy Society in Leavenworth County.
LV Leavenworth County, Kansas, was established in 1855. It was one of Kansas’ original 36 counties and named for Henry Leavenworth, a General in the Indian Wars who established Fort Leavenworth. The county seat of Leavenworth County is Leavenworth, Kansas.
Other Leavenworth County Genealogical Resource
- Leavenworth County Old Genealogy Website
- Leavenworth County GenWeb
- Leavenworth County Historical Society
- Leavenworth County Burial Database
- Leavenworth County Genealogy Trails
- Leavenworth County Find-A-Grave
- Leavenworth County Courthouse
- Leavenworth County Resources – Rootsweb
- Leavenworth County Genealogy – FamilySearch
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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