Kentucky Ancestry: A Guide to Genealogical and Historical Research
Kentucky Ancestry is the most extensive available guide for Kentucky genealogical and historical research! This genealogical gem outlines the holdings of the Kentucky State Archives and Kentucky's libraries, courthouses, universities, and historical organizations! Author Hogan's experience and knowledge will help you achieve efficient and successful research in Kentucky - a state that played an key role in the United States' western expansion! If your research has led you to Kentucky, don't miss out on this essential resource!
Early Kentucky Settlers
In 1780 Kentucky County, Virginia was divided into three Kentucky
counties--Fayette, Lincoln, and Jefferson. The importance of Jefferson
County to genealogists lies in the fact that, along with the other two
counties, it was one of the parents of Kentucky's present 120 counties.
So Jefferson County's records will be of interest to a wide audience of
genealogists. Excerpted from the important Filson Club History
Quarterly, this work has transcripts of the earliest Jefferson County,
Kentucky records known to exist--wills, deeds, surveys, administrations,
inventories, and poll lists. These records are a unique body of
information on early Jefferson County and its people--ordinary people
for the most part--seen here in court records, swearing and fighting,
trading with Indians, surveying land, registering the deeds to their
property, or assigning property to heirs and relatives. The records
reprinted in this book are: Minute Books A and 1 (1781-1785); Will Books
1 and 2 (1784-1833); Bond and Power of Attorney Book 1 (1783-1798); and
Division Book 1 (1797-1832).
Kentucky Householders : 1787-1811
by James F. Sutherland
Census of Kentucky : 1800
by G. Glenn Clift
to the 1820 Census of Kentucky
by Jeanne R. Felldin, Gloria K. Inman
Ancestry : A Guide to Genealogical and Historical Research
by Roseann Reinemuth Hogan
of Early Kentucky Wills and Inventories : Copied from Original and
Recorded Wills and Inventories
by Kentucky History of Mercer and Boyle Counties
of Kentucky : Embracing...Incidents of Pioneer Life and Nearly Five
Hundred Biographical Sketches of Distinguished Pioneers, Soldiers, statesmen
by Lewis Collins, Richard H. Collins
in the War of 1812
by Anderson Quisenberry
War in Kentucky
- Hardcover - 123 pages Reprint edition (March 1987)
Maps of Kentucky
by Thomas Dionysius, Clark
- by Robert M. Rennick
- 375 pages
and the Bluegrass : Slavery and Civil War in Kentucky
by William Henry Townsend
- 392 pages Reissue edition
of Floyd County Kentucky 1800-1826
by Charles C. Wells
- Hardcover (June 1983)
County, Kentucky 1830-1850 Census on CD ROM
families of eastern and southeastern Kentucky and their descendants
by William Carlos Kozee
County, Kentucky Books WOW!
Check out these new books by Edith Bastin! 1910 Hart Co, KY Census.
1920 Hart Co, KY Census, Horse Cave Cemetery, Wilkerson Temple Methodist Church
History, Membership and Cemetery. Check out her web
your book search here.
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