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Monday, June 19, 2017

Hickman County Kentucky Genealogies and Histories #kentuckypioneers

Hickman County Wills, Estates, Deeds


Hickman County

The site where General Polk fortified a site along the Mississippi River against the Union forces during the War Between the States. For this reason the site was called the Gibralter of the West. Hickman County was founded in 1822 and named after Captain Paschal Hickman of the 1st Rifle Regiment, Kentucky Militia. While he was a resident of Franklin County, Kentucky he was wounded and captured at the Battle of Frenchtown in January of 1813 and killed by Indians in the Massacre of the River Raison. The first county seat was Columbus, Kentucky where a court house was built in 1823. In 1830 the county seat was removed to Clinton, Kentucky. 

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Miscellaneous Wills and Estates 

Baker, Benjamin 
Baker, Glover 
Barner, Francis 
Brown, Joseph 
Bucklar, Cornelius 
Crafton, Robert 
Gamble, Joseph 
Gregory, Jeremiah 
Hargraves, Thomas 
Irvine, Caleb 
Masters, Abner 
McGuffin, Joseph 
Morris, Thomas 
Ray, Joseph 
Robinson, Smith 
Shields, Samuel Virteyard, John 

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Monday, June 12, 2017

Hardin County Kentucky Genealogies and Histories #kentuckypioneers

Hardin County Kentucky Wills, Estates


Hardin County KentuckyHardin County was established in 1793 from land given by Nelson County and was named after Colonel John Hardin, an officer in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Courthouse fires destroyed county records in 1864 and again in 1932 

Hardin County Probate Records available to members of Kentucky Pioneers

Digital Images of Hardin County Wills and Estates, Book B, 1810 to 1816
Testators: Arnet, Jonathan | Attaberry, Richard | Baird, James | Barlow, Michael | Blesett, Francis | Bradshaw, Benjamin | Brady, Morris | Brown, Frederick | Bruce, Mary | Burris, Joseph | Bush, Christopher | Caldhoon, Hugh | Camron, Hannah | Cannon, Angus | Carter, Dannell | Carter, Samuel | Chastain, Lewis | Coombs, Samuel | Courts, Charles | Cozart, William | Daugherty, Christopher | Deavon, Henry | Dodge, Josiah| Dodson, William | Farguson, Usher | French, James | Furguson, John | Ganterman, Margaret | Gardner, Jonathan | Georgehegan, Thomas | German, John | Gilliland, Thomas | Goodin, Samuel Sr. | Gray, Joseph | Grayham, Andrew | Greenawatt, Lewis | Hare, Joseph | Harris, Samuel | Hart, Richard | Helm, Thomas | Hill, Thomas | Humphrey, John | Hunter, Robert | Jones, Isaac | Joseph, Jonathan | Kennedy, Daniel | Kuydendall, Jacob | Larkin, William | Larue, John | Linder, Isaac | McCullum, William | McDaniel, Daniel | McIntire, Moses | McLean, Leonard | MacMahon, William | Melton, John | Miller, Alexander | Miller, Peter | Morris, John | Murphy, James | Nevitt, Joseph | Pearpoint, Francis | Pearpoint, Mary | Pickerell, Samuel | Potter, Daniel | Price, Richard | Reid, John | Roof, Nicholas Sr. | Sanders, Azariah | Shaggs, James | Simmons, Benjamin | Slaughter, Robert | Stader, Ann | Sutzer, Frederick | Thorp, David | Tull, Frederick | Waide, Horatio | Watts, George | West, Isaac | Wiley, Thomas | Williams, John F. | Wisehart, George | Withers, William | Wood, Isaac | Wooley, Hanner | Wooley, William | Young, Adam 

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Friday, June 9, 2017

The Scotch-Irish in Kentucky #kentuckypioneers #genealogy

The Scotch-Irish in Kentucky

Bozeman AdairThere was a slew of Scotch-Irish settlers who migrated from Antrim, Ireland to America during the mid 18th century. One such young man was John Adair who came in 1772 when he was eighteen years of age. Although, tracing the voyages of the Irish is difficult, most emigrants departed the port at Antrim and landed in Pennsylvania where they joined other Irishmen in Bucks or Berks County. The many civil conflicts in the British isles virtually destroyed all ancient records. The family of John Adair temporarily settled in Baltimore before removing to Pennsylvania. He must have been with a group moving together, because shortly thereafter the family was in Sullivan County, North Carolina, removing to Knox County in 1791 and Wayne County, Kentucky in 1804. The boundary North Carolina, Virginia and Kentucky boundary lines changed and Sullivan County, North Carolina became Sullivan County, Tennessee. The records shows that several branches of the Adair families were moving into South Carolina and Georgia as well. They were Scotch-Irish in appearance, with reddish hair and beards. 

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Offutt-Cole Tavern in KY #kentuckypioneers #genealogy

Offutt-Cole Tavern

Offutt-Cole TavernThe Offut-Cole Tavern is located at the corner of Old Frankfort Pike and US-62 in Midway, Kentucky. The log portion of the structure dates to the 1780s and 1790s. Major John Lee, one of the early founders of Woodford County, resided in this tavern and developed it as such. He eventually leased the premises to John Kennedy and William Dailey and from there it became a stagecoach stop along the toll road from Lexington to Frankfort

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Monday, June 5, 2017

Green County Kentucky Genealogies and Histories #kentuckypioneers

Green County Kentucky Wills, Estates, Deeds

Oldest Courthouse in KentuckyPictured 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

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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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