3 edition of Graves County, Kentucky, census of 1880 found in the catalog.
Graves County, Kentucky, census of 1880
|Other titles||Graves County, Ky. census of 1880|
|Statement||[by Austin, Griffith & Simmons]|
|Contributions||Griffith, Anna Laura., Simmons, Don, 1934-|
|LC Classifications||F457.G77 A93 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||269, A-N p. :|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||95174573|
Census records show Thomas Johnson was born about in VA A different birth year of is indicated in his Jackson County, Kentucky death record which says he was 79 putting his birth at Also this record says he was born Virginia and father born Alabama, mother born VA. source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names source: Family History Library Catalog the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia. Graves County is a county located on the southwest border of the U.S. Commonwealth of of the census, the population Its county seat is county was formed in and was named for .
WAYNE COUNTY, KENTUCKY CEMETERIES ©. Pg. xxx-xxx. NAME: Marcus Pennington SERIAL NO. xxxx DATE: LOCATION: On the north side of Lake Cumberland off of Mill Spring Battlefield Road QUADRANGLE: Mill Spring LATITUDE: 36'56'"N LONGITUDE: 84'47'"W IDENTIFIED GRAVES: 1 UNIDENTIFIED GRAVES; Still Receiving Burials: NO. Trigg County, Kentucky was created on Janu from Christian County and Caldwell county was named in honor of Stephen Trigg (–), military colonel killed at the Battle of Blue Licks.. Trigg County is bordered by Lyon County (north), Caldwell County (northeast), Christian County (east), Stewart County, Tennessee (south), Calloway County .
Records within this book are: Logan County Marriage Bonds , Christian County Census , & , Christian County Marriage Bonds , Livingston County Census , Livingston County Tax Lists & , Livingston County Marriage Bonds , Caldwell County Tax Lists , Caldwell County Marriage Bonds , Caldwell . CONTENTS KENTUCKY ANCESTORS GENEALOGICAL QUARTERLY OF THE KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY Listed below are the contents of Kentucky Ancestors from the first issue in to the current issue in a searchable PDF format.
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Graves County, Kentucky, Census of Manufacturer: Simmons Historical Publications. For tips on accessing Graves County, Kentucky Genealogy census records online, see: Kentucky Census. Kentucky Census TranscriptionsUSGenWeb; Census Images, USGenWeb; KY Census Online, Links to online census records; Church Records [edit | edit source].
Church records and the information they provide vary significantly depending on the denomination and. United States Census of Union Veterans and Widows of the Civil War, — index and images.
1 Online Resources. 2 Online Kentucky indexes and images. 3 Federal population schedules. Microfilm images. Indexes: fiche, film, or book. 4 Federal non-population schedules. Online indexes and images. Microfilm images. List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, Graves County, Kentucky (Source: Internet Archive) Civil War Confederate Applications Names.
Graves County is a county located on the southwest border of the U.S. Commonwealth of of the census. the population Its county seat is Mayfield. The county was formed in and was named for Major Benjamin Franklin Graves, a politician and fallen soldier in the Graves County of Graves County comprises the Mayfield, KY Micropolitan Congressional district: 1st.
Nicholas County, Kentucky, Records Stray Book 1 -Stray Book 2 -Stray Book 3 - - and Execution Book A - (Source: Heritage Books) ($) Newspaper Records Carlisle Historical Newspapers (Source: ) ($).
Census Online - Books, Microfilms, and Other Resources. Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records: Ancestry's Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources.
Don Simmons, 12 books J. Lemon, 1 book United States. Census Office. 8th census,1 book Margaret Hardwick Miller, 1 book Doris Dublin, 1 book Mary Louise Gossum, 1 book United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Claims, 1 book Dorothy Austin, 1 book Anna Laura Griffith, 1 book William Lochridge Wells, 1 book.
Kentucky: Graves County Census R CENSUS Cen Graves County (#11) FILM CENSUS Cen Greenup County Kentucky CENSUS Cen Estill County FICHE CENSUS Cen Nelson County (#) FILM CENSUS Cen Greenup County (transcription) FICHE CENSUS Cen Indexed Transcription Letcher Co.
Don Simmons, 10 books United States Geological Survey, 2 books Warren Irvin Finch, 1 book United States. Census Office. 8th census,1 book Roger Warren Swanson, 1 book Doris Dublin, 1 book Mary Louise Gossum, 1 book Willis Jay Leighty, 1 book Jerry E McIntosh, 1 book Dorothy Austin, 1 book Anna Laura Griffith, 1 book.
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Kentucky: Graves County Census R $ This database details those persons enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Sixth Census of the United States. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to the actual images of the Federal Census, copied from the National Archives and Records Administration microfilm, M, rolls.
Todd County is a county located in the U.S. state of Kentucky. As of the census, the population Its county seat is Elkton. The county is named for Colonel John Todd, who was killed at the Battle of Blue Licks in during the American Revolution. Early history.
Development. Adjacent ssional district: 1st. Census Online - Kentucky - Links to Online Census Records. Reel - Kentucky Federal Population Census Schedules - Nelson (cont'd: EDsheet end), Nicholas, and Ohio Counties "Photographed. Our Graves County Genealogical Society is making a book of people from Graves County that have served in the armed forces.
If you know of anyone that has served or is presently serving, and they are from Graves County, we would appreciate their name, rank, and period of service. County Name. County Founding Date (Approximate) Years of Courthouse Disasters.
Adair County. Allen County Anderson County This family biography is one of 91 biographies included in the Graves County, Kentucky section of the book, The History of Kentucky, Edition 1 published in by F. Battey Publishing Company. For the complete description, click here: History of Kentucky, Edition 1 View additional Graves County, Kentucky family biographies here: Graves County, Kentucky Biographies.
Madison County, Kentucky was created on Decem from Lincoln county was named in honor of James Madison, President of the United States (–). Madison County is bordered by Fayette County (north), Clark County (northeast), Estill County (east), Jackson County (southeast), Rockcastle County (south), Garrard County (southwest).
Warren County Cemeteries Warren County Microfilm Bg Wesley Chapel Cemetery Campbell County Microfilm Cc Census Records (microfilm) United States Census for the Commonwealth of Kentucky: and United States Census for the Commonwealth of Kentucky: Civil War veterans and widows.Kentucky’s “Doomsday Book” is a journal created by land commissioners appointed to hear settlers’ claims in the Kentucky District under Virginia Land Law A.
Lincoln County Entries In Kentucky County, Virginia, was divided into three counties: Fayette, Jefferson and Lincoln.