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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Green Co. KY Wills and Estates, Ancestors

Oldest Courthouse in Kentucky

Green County Kentucky Probate Records

Pictured is the oldest court house in Kentucky in Greensburg. Green County was formed in 1792 from portions of Lincoln and Nelson counties and was named after General Nathaniel Greene, the famous hero of the southern campaigns during the Revolutionary War. Three courthouses have served Green County. In 1804, a brick building replaced an earlier structure, and while no longer operational, it stands in the Greensburg Historic District (downtown) and is the oldest court house building in Kentucky. The county seat is Greensburg, Kentucky.

Green County Probate Records available to members of Kentucky Pioneers

Tax Digests

Green County 1795 Tax List

Indexes to Probate Records

Wills and Estates 1793 to 1813

Digital Images of Wills and Estates

Abney, John
Bass, Thomas
Black, Hughy
Black, Robert
Bloide, William
Buckner, Aylette
Buckner, Horace
Cayce, Micajah
Charlton, Thomas
Cook, Benjamin
Gill, William
Graves, Benjamin
Grimbin, Daniel
Harris, James
Hogeland, William
Hutcheson, David
Hutcheson, Mary
Hutcheson, Nancy
Hutcheson, William
Marshall, Joseph
Martin, John
McColgan, Edward
Moore, Robert
Morton, William
Munford, James
Preeces, David
Saunders, Samuel
Sidebottom, Charles
Sizzer, William
Skaggs, Henry
Smith, James
Sublett, Valentine
Tanner, Joel
Vance, Alexander
Walker, John
Walker, William

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