1 edition of History of Grant County, Kentucky found in the catalog.
History of Grant County, Kentucky
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||John B. Conrad, editor.|
|Contributions||Conrad, John B. 1920-, Grant County Historical Society (Ky.)|
|LC Classifications||F457.G6 H57 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 581 p. :|
|Number of Pages||581|
|LC Control Number||95109797|
The purpose of the Grant County Genealogical Society is to assist others in their pursuits to inform, instruct and educate through programs, meetings and sharing of resource materials to promote the fellowship of persons interested in genealogy. Grant County Coordinators: Suzanne Yelton Shephard & Sherri Bradley.. Grant County was formed in from Pendleton the text of the legislative act that created the new county. This also includes the text of the act that changed the boundaries of Boone & Grant Counties in
Grant Funding Available through KY Local History Trust Fund. The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) will accept applications for grant funding from the Kentucky Local History Trust Fund starting July 17 and continuing through Oct. Local history organizations, libraries, museums and other groups are eligible to apply for grant amounts of up to $1, to support activities designed to. Grant County, Kentucky, located in the northern central portion of the state, was created in out of the lands that once belonged to Pendleton County. The material found in this volume is taken from two sources: First, History of Kentucky by Lewis Collins written in c and Second, Kentucky: A History of the State by W. H. Perin, J. H.
Selected Deed Abstracts, Logan County Deed Book I-J ~ Nov Kay Haden : Selected Deed Abstracts, Logan County Deed Book K ~ Nov Kay Haden : Selected Deed Abstracts, Logan County Deed Book L ~ Nov Kay Haden : Selected Deed Abstracts, Logan County Deed Book M ~ Many Grant County men gave their lives in the Civil War years of Most for the North, a few for the South. It must be remembered that at least some of Grant County was settled by southern gentlemen, not too many years earlier. Bitterness remained between some families for many years. By Grant County held a widely diversified.
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Grant County, Kentucky was created on Febru from Pendleton county was named in honor of Samuel Grant (– or ), John Grant (–), and Squire Grant (–), three of the county's earliest settlers.
Grant County is bordered by Boone County (north), Kenton County (northeast), Pendleton County (east), Harrison County (southeast), Scott County. Grant County was carved out of Pendleton County in Today, Grant County is a thriving suburb of Cincinnati and Lexington with just un citizens.
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That part of Kentucky which lies east of the Tennessee river was first known as a part of Fincastle County, Va. Later Kentucky county was made into a separate county, hence many of the Virginia Grants call for either Fincastle or Kentucky County.
In Kentucky County, Va., was cut up into the counties of Fayette, Jefferson and Lincoln, Va. The volume of Grant County Guardianships appears to be incomplete, in that after a few settlements and a few more inthere is a big gap until records were kept again in The index at the end of this section titled "Early Grant Co.
Kentucky Marriages and Bonds, " also includes the index for the Grant County Guardianships. The Making of the Kentucky Central, Kenton County Historical Society Quarterly Review, Covington, Julypage 1 – 2, Springpage 1 – 3 and Springpage 1 – 4. Acts of Kentucky,page – and Gastright, Julypage 1 – 2.
The work is intended as a source book for historical workers, genealogists, and others who need a complete and chronological index to the early documentary land records and history of Kentucky.
Due to the large number of early records contained in these two volumes, The Kentucky Land Grants has been termed "the rarest book of its size, covering.
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Original data: Kentucky County, District and Probate Courts. About Kentucky, Wills and Probate Records, This collection includes images of probate records from the state of Kentucky. Alexandria, Campbell County, Kentucky Court Order Book 6, pageAp (Heirs of Edward Turner of Campbell County, Kentucky) copied and contributed by Margaret Strebel Hartman.
A series of nine volumes of Kentucky Records Series, the Deed Books cover a nearly forty-year span (from ', '11, '21, and '35). Volume 4 also includes state supreme court records for the district of Kentucky ('89).
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