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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Colonel Richard Henderson and the Cherokee Indians #kygenealogy #kentuckypioneers

Colonel Richard Henderson

John Filson May of 1784Colonel Richard Henderson (1734-1785) who purchased 17,000,000 acres of land from the Cherokee Indians, part of which would eventually make up the county of Henderson. His purpose was to create a colony called Transylvania. However, at the onset of the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the organization of the state government in North Carolina, he was re-elected judge, and thus prevented from participating in that scheme, known as the Transylvania Compact.During the Transylvania Purchase at Sycamore Shoals in Elizabethton, Tennessee and the Wilderness Road into Kentucky, Henderson met with the chiefs of the Cherokees and purchased all the land lying between the Cumberland River, the Cumberland Mountains, and the Kentucky River, and situated south of the Ohio River. Then, he hired Daniel Boone to help settle the area, to blaze the Wilderness Road through the Cumberland Gap and into the Transylvania land purchase. Henderson also purchased the land known as the Path Grant which allowed access to the Transylvania lands. To appease other early explorers, he offered Joseph Martin, founder of Martin's Station on Martin's Creek in present-day Rose Hill, Lee County, Virginia, a spot as an agent and entry taker for the company, in charge of keeping tabs on settlers moving westward. Henderson was originally from Hanover County, Virginia and removed to Granville County, North Carolina where he studied law and was admitted to the bar. In 1769, he was appointed a judge of the Superior Court. At the period when North Carolina was resisting tax collectors (the War of Regulation), Judge Henderson condemned caught resistors to death. 

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Images of Henderson County KY Wills and Estates just added to #kentuckypioneers #genealogy

Images of Henderson County Wills, Estates, Guardianships, Distributions, Inventories, Appraisements

Henderson County KY

Henderson County came about when Richard Henderson purchased 17,000 acres from the Cherokee Indians in 1792. It was located between the Ohio, Cumberland and Kentucky Rivers in Kentucky and Tennessee known as the Transylvania Purchase and his purpose was to resell it to white settler. The county seat is Henderson. 

Genealogy Records available to members of Kentucky Pioneers

Images of Wills and Estates
  • Book A, 1799 to 1821
  • Book B, 1820 to 1840
  • Book C, 1837 to 1875
  • Book D, 2876 to 1898

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Monday, July 24, 2017

Mason County Kentucky Genealogies and Histories #kentuckypioneers

Mason County Kentucky Wills, Estates, Deeds

Maysville, KentuckyMaysville, KentuckyMaysville, KentuckyMaysville, KentuckyMason County was taken from Bourbon County in 1788 and was named for George Mason, a Virginia delegate to the U.S. Constitutional Convention. The county seat is Maysville, which is situated on the edge of the outer Bluegrass Region. The depositions regarding matters of land of the froniersmen Simon Kenton and Daniel Boone are found in the early records, copies of which are on this website.

Indexes to Probate Records
  • Wills, Inventories, Deeds, Affidavits 1791 to 1798
  • Wills, Inventories, Deeds, Affidavits 1798 to 1809
  • Wills, Inventories, Deeds, Affidavits 1809 to 1815
Images of Wills, Inventories, Deeds, Affidavits 1791 to 1798

Allen, Nathaniel | Allen, Patrick, affidavits | Anderson, Abner | Anns, William | Arrowsmith, Samuel

Bailey, Samuel | Bartlett, William | Beall, Basil | Beeson, Mary | Berry, Baldwin | Boggs, Samuel,depositions | Boone, Daniel | Boone, Daniel, deed | Boone, Daniel, deposition | Botts, John

Campbell, James | Castleman, Stephen | Cochran, Robert | Cohn, Benjamin | Collier, Benjamin | Collins, Benjamin | Connell, William | Conway, Miles Withers | Cook, Payden | Crabb, John | Craig, Absalom

Darah, John | Davie, John | Dobyns, Edward | Dyal, John | Edwards, Jacob E. | Edwards, James

Farron, Joseph, deposition | Figard, Daniel | Fitzgerald, Bartholomew, deposition | Fox, Arthur | Fox, William | Frazer, John, deposition | Fulton, Elisha

Glazier, Abraham, Colonel | Glenn, William

Haines, Joseph | Han, John | Hokem, Plenay | Hughs, John

Jackman, Adam | Jackson, Richard | Jessup, Edward | Johnston, John | Johnston, Robert, James Young, Ben Netherland, depositions | Jones, Michael | Jones, Thomas | Journice, Joseph

Keith, Isaiah | Kilgore, Samuel | Kenton, Simon, depositions

Lecompt, Charles, depositions | Lee, Henry, deposition | Lee, Peter | Lee, Richard | Lee, Stephen | Lewis, Isaac | Lewis, James | Lowhead, James | Lyle, Ludwick | Lyon, Joseph

Mahan, Matthew | Masterson, Richard, depositions | Matslar, John | Maxwell, Thomas, improvements | McCleland, Alexander | McClure, Francis | McConnel, Francis, deposition | McConnell, William, improvements | McDormet, Francis, deposition | McDowell, Thomas | McIntire, Alexander | McKinley, James, improvement | Miller, Robert | Millrt, Thomas | Mills, Edward | Morton, Joseph

Oden, John | Parr, Samuel | Peak, James | Phillips, Gabriel | Pitzer, Christopher | Poindexer, Thomas, heirs of

Reaves, Benjamin | Richards, Elijah | Richards, Lucy | Richards, Reuben | Ritchie, David and Mary | Roberts, John | Rudolph, John | Rumph, John | Rurry, John, affidavit | Rust, Matthew | Sellars, Isaac | Shipley, Samuel | Smart, John | Stevens, John | Stockton, George | Stockton, William | Stucker, Jacob

Tandy, William | Tarpley, James, deposition | Thrailkill, Benjamin | Thomas, Levi | Thompson, William | Tibbs, Samuel, affidavit | Tillett, John | Triplett, William, depositions | Vance, John | Vance, John

Walls, William | Washburn, Jeremiah | Wells, Hayden, deposition | Wheatley, Francis | Whitaker, Hezekiah | White, William | Wiley, Robert | Wiley, William | Williams, John | Williams, John, depositions | Willson, John | Willson, Joseph, improvement | Willson, Joseph, deposition | Wood, Benjamin | Woodgerd, Henry | York, Jeremiah | Young, Thomas, deposition

Wills, Inventories, Deeds, Affidavits 1798 to 1809

Allison, John | Armstrong, James | Askins, Thomas | Bell, John | Berry, Enoch | Botts, John | Botts, William, slaves of | Brooks, Jonathan | Brooks, Thomas | Brown, Richard | Browne, Robert | Bryant, George | Buckelow, Arthur | Buckalow, William | Burnett, Moses | Burns, Tarens | Burns, Zephaniah | Burwell, Peter | Busley, Charles | Byram, Peter | Byram, William

Caldwell, David | Campbell, John | Cannon, Abraham | Carrel, Dempsey | Carroll, Edward | Castleman, Stephen | Clark, William | Cleary, William | Cleneay, William | Cochran, Robert | Cornwell, Jane | Cornwell, Samuel | Corwin, John | Crabb, John | Crosby, William

Davis, Garrard | Davis, Nicholas | Dawson, George | Doggett, Elmore | Dougherty, Alexander | Downing, Ellis | Downing, Robert | Drake, Cornelius | Dunlavy, anthony Sr. | Duvall, John P. | Duvall, John Pierce | Dye, William | Edwards, Jacob | Ellis, James | Ficklen, John | Finch, John | Fox, Arthur | Gallagher, Edward | Grayham, Elizabeth

Hale, James | Hamilton, Alexander | Hanes, Joseph | Hanes, Samuel | Harrow, John | Hattabough, Isaac | Heald, James | Heflin, Simon | Hickman, Jesse | Hill, Joseph | Hollody, Richard | Hurst, Henry | Jackson, John | Journice, Joseph | Kent, John | Lee, Ann | Lee, Lewis | Leitch, David | Lewis, George | Lewis, James | Lounsdale, Thomas | Lyon, Joseph

Maddox, Notty | Marshall, Robert | Marshall, Thomas | Mattock, James | Mattocks, John | Matzler, John | McClung, James | McDonald, Francis | McDowell, Joseph | McFaden, John | McIlvane, William | McKinley, James | Mechin, Peter | Metcalf, John | Miller, Robert | Moke, James | Morris, David | Morris, Mary | Morton, Robert B. | Murphy, Timothy | Musgrove, Joshua

Nebs, George | Nicholas, Anne |Nichols, John | Nichols, Thomas | Nile, Ashberry | Owenfield, Abram | Owenfield, Paul | Phillips, Gabriel | Phillips, James | Phillips, John | Pollard, Benjamin | Pollett, Mary | Porter, John | Prater, Riquil | Proctor, Jeremiah | Proctor, William | Purcell, George

Reeves, James | Robinson, Ralph | Rogers, John | Rudolph, John | Runsdale, Margaret | Rush, William | Sanders, George | Sandridge, James | Scott, John | Shackleford, James | Sheppherd, George | Shockey, Isaac | Shurly, William | Small, Henry | Smith, Moses | Smith, William | Soward, Richard | Stableton, William | Standford, Acquila | Stith, John | Stoulcoup, John | Strong, Gilbert | Summers, George | Summers, Samuel

Tennison, Absalom | Tevis, Peter | Thomas, Jacob | Thom, Robert | Thomas, Joseph | Tillet, John | Van Schoiach, John | Von Sickle, William | Voshall, Daniel

Ward, Thomas | Washburn, Jeremiah | Waters, John | Watson, John | Weaver, Henry | Whaley, John | Wheatley, Francis | Whitaker, Hezekiah | Willson, James | Willson, John | Wilson, Nathaniel | Wood, George | Worthington, William

Wills, Inventories, Deeds, Affidavits 1809 to 1815

Adamson, John | Anderson, Abner | Anderson, Matthew | Applegate, Daniel | Bailey, James and William Waddell | Baker, Abner | Baker, Grafton | Baker, William | Barbour, James | Bayles, Daniel | Beasley, Charles | Beasley, Ezekiel | Bell, Rawleigh | Bell, Richard | Bennett, Titus | Berry, Enoch | Berry, George | Bigges, Mason | Boone, Levy | Bowden, Robert | Boyles, Davis | Bronough, William | Brooke, Humphrey | Brooks, George | Brooks, Jonathan | Brooks, Thomas | Brown, James | Brown, Robert | Burroughs, Benjamin | Bursett, Sarah

Calvin, Luther | Carly, Charles | Carrell, David | Carrell, Lawson | Cash, Thomas | Chambers, James | Clarke, John | Clarke, William | Clift, Mason | Clifton, Baldwin | Clury, William | Colvert, William | Corwin, Richard | Coryell, Joseph | Curtis, John

Daugherty, David A. | Davidson, Hugh | Davis, Joseph | Davison, Joseph | Dawson, Isaac | Doggatt, orphans | | Dougherty, John | Drake, Desire | Drake, John | Drake, Josiah | Drake, Ralph | Drummond, Samuel | Dufford, George | Dyal, Simon | Dye, William | Edwards, Jacob | Evans, Charles | Ficklin, John | Finch, John | Fitzgerald, Bartholomew | Foley, James | Fox, Arthur | Gibbons, Nehemiah | Glausbrener, John | Gordon, Amos | Gow, William | Gray, John

Harrah, John | Heath, John | Henderson, Andrew | Higgins, William | Higginwith, Priscilla | Howell, William | Hyatt, Elisha | Jackson, Samuel | Jessup, Edward | John, Eli | Jones, William | Kelsey, Thomas | Kent, John | Kiggin, Macon | Kilgore, Samuel

Lee, Ann | Lee, Stephen | Light, Ludwick | Marshall, Robert | Marshall, Thomas | Marshall, William | Martin, Edmund | Mattox, James | Mazlen, Benjamin | McClure, Sarah | McDowell, Joseph | McDuget, Francis | McGoyer, Hackey | McMichael, Margaret | Mitchell, Isaac | Mitchell, Sandford | Moke, James | Moore, John B. | Morris, James | Morris, Mary | Morris, William | Morrison, Edward | Morrison, Motley W.

Nichols, L. | Nichols, Simon | Owenfield, Abner | Perkins, Constant | Phillips, Gabriel | Phillips, Moses | Pitter, John | Proctor, William

Ravenscraft, John | Reeves, Benjamin | Reeves, Elizabeth | Reeves, James | Russell, Sarah | Sandridge, James | Scott, John | Shackleford, John | Shelton, William | Shipley, Samuel | Small, Henry | Smith, Samuel | Snyder, Christian | Stout, Daniel | Tidwell, Reuben | Triplett, Francis | Triplett, William

Wakefield, James | Washington, Thomas | Watson, John | Weaver, Harry | Whaley, John | White, James | Wiggins, Archibald | Wusiger, John K. | Young, Samuel 

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Monday, July 17, 2017

Madison County Kentucky Genealogies and Histories #kentuckypioneers

Madison County Wills, Estates, Inventories, Guardianships, Sales available to Members of Kentucky Pioneers



Madison County Kentucky Map

In 1769, a hunting expedition by Indian trader John Findley, Daniel Boone and four others first visited the area that is Madison County. Later on, in 1775, The Transylvania Company led by Judge Richard Henderson of North Carolina purchased 20,000,000 acres of land west of the Appalachians from the Cherokee Indians in 1774. Then, Daniel Boone was hired to cut a trail through the Cumberland Gap and establish the settlement of Fort Boonesborough on the Kentucky River. Ten years later Madison County was established from Lincoln County lands. 

Book A1, 1786 to 1806



*Alford, John *Allcorn, Robert *Allen, Cary H. *Anderson, John *Anderson, Samuel *Black, James *Blackwell, Armistead *Blackwell, Sarah *Blockley, John *Blythe, William *Bowles, Hugh *Bowman, John *Bramwell, Joseph *Bridges, George *Broadus, William *Broadus, William M. *Brown, John *Burgin, Isaac *Burgin, Jesse *Burnet, Roland *Campbell, Thomas *Carpenter, Edward *Carpenter, John *Carrich, William *Chaffey, Charles *Chizum, James *Clark, James *Clark, Jesse *Cockran, James *Coffey, N. *Corlen, Belford *Coulter, James *Creath, William *Cullen, James *Dever, William *Diver, Dennis *Donaldson, Andrew *Dozier, James *Dryden, William *Duglas, Alexander *Duncan, Benjamin *Elliott, Robert *Estill, Mary Ann *Estill, William *Faris, Michael *Farthing, Edward *Fincher, William *Fitzgerald, John *Fletcher, William *Ford, Peter *Fowler, Matthew *Fullilove, William *Gaps, David *Gentry, Enoch *Giles, James *Gillispie, William *Goff, Alexander *Gray, Stephen *Green, Stephen *Gully, Thomas *Gyn, Jacob *Hamilton, William *Harris, Benjamin *Harris, Christopher *Harris, James *Harris, Thomas *Harrison, James *Hart, William *Hawkins, atharine *Hawkins, Joseph *Hawkins, Nathan *Hehy, Michael *Heming, James *Hill, Joshua *Holand, John *Hoy, Roland *Hoy, William *Huggins, William *Irvine, Charles *Irvine, Christopher *Irvine, John *Johnson, Barnet *Jones, James *Kavenaugh, Charles *Kavanaugh, hilemon *Kelly, Samuel *Kincaid, John *Kinder, George *Lee, George *Lowry, James *Loyd, Samuel C. *Manson, John *Martin, James *Mason, William *Maupin, Daniel *Maxwell, Thomas *McCreery, James *McKenny, Joseph *McMillan, William *McMullin, James *McNeely, James *McWilliams, David *Merritt, Joseph *Miller, Abraham *Moody, Andrew Sr. *Moore, Burton *Moore, William *Morehead, William *Morrison, Hugh *Newland, Abraham *Nobles, David *Noland, Joshua *O Near, Jeremiah *Owsley, Thomas *Parks, Allen *Phelps, George *Phelps, John Sr. *Portwood, Loyd *Portwood, Thomas *Reynolds, Thomas *Rice, John *Richardson, Aaron *Roberson, Robert *Roberts, Edward *Roberts, Elisha *Robertson, William *Sampson, Isaac *Sapp, Nancy *Sappington, John *Searcey, Bartlett *Scrivener, James *Searcey, Allen *Shackelford, E. L. *Shackelford, James *Shelton, Thomas *Shurley, Catharine *Smith, Charles *Smith, Reubin *Smith, Reubin Dr. *Starnes, Isaac *Stephenson, Edward *Stephenson, Elizabeth *Stephenson, E. *Stepp, James *Stevens, Humford *Stone, Benjamin *Stone, Samuel *Talmer, Samuel *Tatum, Samuel *Taylor, David *Thompson, David *Timberlake, Richard *Turner, Edward *Turner, Madison *Twig, Nathaniel *Walker, James *Walker, James (2) *Watts, John *White, David *White, James *White, John Sr. *Wills, Henry *Woodson, James *Wooley, John *Woolscale, William

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Monday, July 10, 2017

Lincoln County Kentucky Genealogies and Histories #kentuckypioneers

Lincoln County Kentucky Wills, Estates, Deeds


Lincoln County, KentuckyLincoln County, KentuckyStanfordLincoln was one of the original three counties formed from a county in Virginia called "Kentucky County". Three counties were separated from Virginia to form the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1792; viz: Fayette, Jefferso and Lincoln Counties. The county seat is Stanford, Kentucky.

Indexes to Wills and Estates
  • 1781 to 1791
  • 1791 to 1804
  • 1804 to 1806
Images of Wills, Estates, Deeds, 1781 to 1791

Adams, James | Arnold, Mark | Ball, Edward | Baughman, Henry | Beardale, John | Bell, Samuel | Berry, James | Berry, John | Bowman, John | Bright, George | Bright, John | Brought, Benjamin Rice | Bryston, William | Bulger, Edward

Caperton, Adam | Carpenter, John | Cassy, John | Chapman, Dianah | Chapman, Edward | Chapman, George | Crutchfield, James Daniel, Walker | Davis, Elizabeth | Dowdery, Samuel | Duncan, Andrew | English, John | Estill, James

Feland, Thomas | Fisher, James | Floyd, David | French, John | Froman, Paul | Froman, Paul Sr. | Frye, John

Garnett, Anthony | Gibson, John | Gillis, William | Glover, John | Goodnight, Michael | Gordon, James | Gordon, Samuel Hanna, Alexander | Harlen, Silas | Hart, Cornelius | Hart, Nathan | Hart, Nathaniel | Hart, Sarah | Hawkins, Daniel | Henry, John | Hicks, William

Jack, Samuel | Jackman, Adam | Jansten, Christian | Johnson, Hugh | Kennedy, John | Kennon, John

Langford, Joseph | Linday, Joseph |Logan, James | Lynn, Nathan McAfee, William | McBride, Francis | McBride, William | McCalliston, George | McCastin, John | McKinley, Andrew | McMurtry, John | Miller, Andrew | Miller, Henry | Miller, Joseph | Mitchell, James | Montgomery, John | Montgomery, Milligan | Montgomery, Robert | Moore, Samuel | Mormer, Absalom | Mount, Mathew

Overton, Clough | Patterson, Benjamin | Potts, John | Radcliff, Charles | Robertson, James | Rose, Lewis | Rutherford, John Sharpe, John | Shirley, Michael | Shield, Hugh | Smith, Henry | Smith, James | Stade, Stephen | Stewart, William | Swan, John | Tolson, Thomas

Williams, Giles | Willson, John | Withers, William | Wornal, Richard | Wright, James | Yoakam, Mathew

Images of Wills and Estates 1791 to 1804 

Adams, John | Allen, James | Anthony, James | Bailey, James | Barbe, Thomas | Barnett, John | Barnsdale, John | Bosly, Gideon | Brasfield, Raymond | Briggs, Samuel | Bright, John | Buckhannon, Andrew | Burch, Benjamin | Burton, James | Butting, Francis | Byars, Jeremiah

Caldwell, John | Campbell, Isaac | Campbell, Jonas | Carpenter, John | Chapman, Edward | Christopher, Morton | Cloyd, James | Connelly, Wilkerson | Corder, Joel | Cox, James | Craig, Samuel

Davis, Samuel | Dodds, Andrew | Dugean, John | Duncan, Andrew | Estell, James | Farris, Isaac | Farris, Nathan | Feagin, John | Ford, William | Frye, John

Galbraith, Hugh | Gibson, John | Givens, John | Gordon, John | Grant, Frederick | Graves, William

Hansborough, John | Hart, Nathaniel | Hart, Sarah | Hindman, James | Huntsman, William

Jackson, Joseph | Jackson, William | Johnson, Charles | Jones, Jacob | Josling, John | Josling, Joseph | Kirkpatrick, Francis

Linn, Nathan | Logan, William | Marshell, Markham | Mayfield, Isaac | McBride, William | McClure, Arthur | McClure, Nathan | Miller, Henry and Sarah | Miller, William | Milner, John | Montgomery, Thomas | Montgomery, William | Moody, William | Moore, Robert | Moore, Edward | Morgan, William Sr. | Moss, Michael | Myers, Jacob | Myres, Mary

Neely, Isaac | Nokes, Benjamin | Perrin, Josephus | Price, Abraham | Ramsey, William | Richardson, Jonathan | Robinson, Hannah | Rope, Henry

Setler, John | Shackelford, George | Shackelford, John | Shoemaker, Solomon | Southerland, William | Sloan, John | Sloan, Margaret | Smith, Henry | Smith, John | Southerland, Uriah | Spratt, William | Stewart, William | Sutton, Christopher Todd, William | Tucker, John | Tucker, John | Vaughan, John

Walker, David and Elizabeth | Walker, David | Waller, Samuel | Willey, John | Williams, Thomas | Wright, James | Williams, Anne | Worthington, Edward | Yantis, Jacob | Yorker, John

Images of Wills and Estates 1804 to 1806 

Allen, James | Allstall, Daniel | Baker, William | Blain, Alexander | Blain, Isaac | Briggs, Mary | Buchanan, William

Carpenter, Adam | Carpenter, John | Conwell, William | Cook, Susannah | Craig, John | Craig, Samuel | Crow, John

Ford, William | Gaines, Robert | Galbreath, Hugh | Gay, James | Gay, Thomas | Giles, William | Gilmore, James | Givens, James | Glazebrook, James | Good, John | Goodnight, Michael

Hartman, Joseph | Huntsman, Josiah | Huston, Mary | Husten, Nathan

Jackson, James | Jackson, Joseph | Johnson, Noel | Kirkpatrick, James | Lair, J. A. | Lawrence, James | Lawrence, William | Linvill, Joseph | Logan, John | Logan, orphans

Manners, Alexander | Marshall, Markham | Mason, James | Mason, William | McQuarry, John | Miller, William | Montgomery, Jane | Montgomery, William | Moore, Robert

Nicholson, James | Penington, Timothy | Pernal, William | Pinor, John | Pope, Abraham | Pope, Henry | Preston, John | Proctor, Micajah | Reese, John | Right, John | Robertson, Hannah

Shackleford, William | Smith, Henry | Smith, John | Southerland, Uriah | Stephenson, David | Stuart, John | Templin, John | Tibbs, Foushee | Wilson, George | Wyatt, William 

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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Franklin Co. KY Wills, estates added to #kentuckypioneers 3genealogy - 1795 to 1880

Images of Franklin County Wills, Appraisements, Estates, Annual Returns, Inventories



Frankfort Court House

Franklin County was created 7 December 1794 from Woodford, Mercer, and Shelby Counties. In 1800, Franklin County included part of Anderson and Owen Counties. A section of Franklin County was included in Shelby County. In 1820, a small section of Franklin County was located in Henry County. The county seat is Frankfort. 

Indexes
  • Wills 1795 to 1823
  • Appraisements, Inventories, etc. 1794 to 1823
  • Wills, Appraisements, Inventories, etc., 1824 to 1854 Wills, Appraisements, Inventories, etc., 1855 to 1880
Images of Wills, Appraisements, Inventories, Appraisements, 1855 to 1880 

Allen, WilliamAllison, WilliamArnold, H. J.Arnold, BeverlyAynes, James
Bacon, R. R.Bass, SusanBassett, BurwellBates, JohnBeasley, Jerry
Berry, ThomasBlakemore, ThomasBrawner, JohnBrewer, LucyBrink, Phillip
Brown, JesseBrown, MasonBrown, Mason P.Brown, OctaviaBrown, Orlando
Buckley, MichaelBurchfield, HenryBurchfield, JohnBurnham, HarriettCallaghan, Cornelius
Carr, WalterCarter, JohnChambers, J. M.Church, JamesChurch, William
Clark, DanielClark, JosephineClarke, MaryClayton, JasperCollins, Francis
Collins, RobertConnell, MaryCorneal, ThomasCox, AustinCox, Sarah
Critchen, LewisCrittenden, J. J.Crockett, SamuelCrutchen, NancyCrutchen, Sarah
Crutcher, E. N.Crutcher, E. R.Cullery, WilliamDale, EdwardDarley, Thomas
Dillon, Ann MaryDillon, VirginiaDixon, GeorgeDixon, William W.Dooley, Aron
Dover, R. L.Dudley, MariaDudley, PeterDuvall, BenjaminDuvall, Joseph
Ellis, NancyElliston, ThomasEvans, MaryFarmer, MaryFarrow, J. B.
Farsan, JohnFeatherstone, JamesFleming, CharlesFletcher, CharlotteFletcher, Robert
Flynn, PatrickFlynn, WilliamFranklin, WilliamFrazer, E. E.Freeman, D. C.
French, WilliamFreeze, MaryGaines, JamesGarrard, JamesGayle, W.
Gibbs, JohnGoins, JosephGordon, LawrenceGore, MaryGower, Allen
Graham, GeorgeHall, S. M.Hall, ThomasHall, Thomas MayHanna, John
Hanna, MaryHarden, ThomasHarris, ThomasHawkins, HannahHawkins, H.
Hawkins, MosesHeffin, NelsonHenry, SamuelHensley, PrudenceHerndon, John
Herndon, W. T.Hockersmith, HenryHodges, L. Y.Hodges, WilliamHoover, Thomas
Hotton, JohnHoward, PeterHunt, WilliamHunt, William E.Hunt, William, continued
Jackson, JulietJackson, MosesJett, GeorgeJett, LurindaJohnson, Margaret
Johnson, ThomasJones, MaryKirk, RichardLea, ElijahLindsey, Thomas
Long, BathshebaLoomes, W. P.Luthemuer, JosephLyme, HenryLynn, Mary
Macklen, AlexanderMajor, SamuelMayhall, WilliamMcCaslin, MaryMcGrath, Daniel
McIntosh, JamesMcMillan, WilliamMcMullen, MaryMcRee, CatharineMerchant, Benjamin
Middleton, JohnMilam, JamesMiller, HayesMiller, JohnMiller, Lewis
Monroe, MariaMoore, WilliamMorris, CharlesMorris, JohnMoss, Francis
Mullin, JohnMurray, LouisaNoel, M. W.Nolds, FrankNowse, John
Onan, BenjaminPage, JohnPatterson, LauraPaxton, MaryPenn, Charles Riley
Penn, GeorgePierce, SarahPoage, H. A.Polegrove, JacobPruett, Ama Willis
Pullium, WilliamQuarles, ElizabethQuire, JamesQuire, WilliamRed, Nicholas
Reed, AndrewRevel, RankinRiver, JohnRodgers, EliRodgers, James (best copy)
Rodgers, NicholasRussell, JohnSayre, MildredScarce, EmilyScarrland, John
Scofield, SamuelScott, CatherineScott, WilliamShannon, JamesSharp, James
Shelton, ElizabethSimpson, BasilSneed, ReubenSobree, MartinSteadman, Mary
Stevens, B. F.Stout, DavidStrobridge, EffieStubbs, ElizabethSullivan, James
Sullivan, MatthewSurgent, J.Sutton, SallieTalbot, PriscillaTaylor, Lucy
Temple, EleanorTheobald, SarahThomas, GeorgeTimple, EleanorTinsley, Charles
Todd, SamuelTracy, JeremiahTriplett, ElmiraTrotter, RachelTrout, Mary
Vinegar, JoshuaVoris, JohnWallace, AgnesWard, MaryWarfield, John
Warren, ThomasWatkins, WesleyWatts, DavidWhitehead, IsabellaWhittington, William
Wigginton, WilliamWilkerson, SnelingWilkins, JohnWilliamson, MaryWillison, David
Wingate, HenryWingate, IsaacWise, JohnWise, WilliamWright, Kate
Yates, S. J.Wyattwood, RichardYoung, Stephen

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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Gallatin County Wills, Estates, Inventories, Distributions, Guardianships

Gallatin County Kentucky Map

Gallatin was founded in 1798 and named for Albert Gallatin, the Secretary of the Treasury under President Thomas Jefferson. It was derived from parts of Franklin and Shelby counties. Later, parts of the county were pared off to create three additional counties, viz: Owen in 1819, Trimble in 1836 and Carroll in 1838. 

Indexes to Wills, Estates, Guardianships, Distributions, Inventories
  • 1800 to 1819
  • 1817 to 1823
Images of Will Book A, 1800 to 1819 

Note: This Will Book has been restored; however, most images remain unreadable. In addition to these images, please use the index to determine if your ancestor had an estate, then contact the county court house for copies. 

  • Calnut, Phillip
  • Campbell, Archibald
  • Campbell, John
  • Colen, Jacob
  • Crawford, John
  • Davis, John
  • Edmondson, Philip
  • Edmondson, Robert
  • Gaunt, Sarah
  • Gray, Radford
  • Holiday, Joseph
  • James, John
  • Jordan, John
  • Kelley, M.
  • King, William
  • Landers, John
  • McNair, Charles
  • Metter, James
  • Neely, Samuel
  • Sayres, Thomas
  • Smith, George
  • Smith, James
  • Smith, Jonathan
  • Smith, Josiah
  • Sneed, Benjamin
  • Spruell, James Sr.
  • Stafford, Henry
  • Stafford, orphans
  • Taylor, Abraham
  • Whitehead, Richard
  • Whitehead, William
  • Williams, William
  • Williamson, Joseph

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Monday, July 3, 2017

Christian County Kentucky Wills and Estates 1797 to 1826 #kentuckypioneers #genealogy

Images of Christian County Wills, Estates, Annual Returns, Inventories

MarkerChristian County was formed in 1797 and was for Colonel William Christian, a native of Augusta County, Virginia, and a veteran of the Revolutionary War who settled near Louisville, Kentucky in 1785, and was killed by Native Americans in southern Indiana in 1786. The county seat is Hopkinsville. 

Miscellaneous Resource to Find Estates, etc.
  • 1797ActofAssembly.pdf">1797 Acts of Assembly
  • 1798ActofAssembly.pdf">1798 Acts of Assembly
Indexes to Wills
  • Book A, 1797 to 1811
  • Book C, 1816 to 1823
  • Book D, 1823 to 1826
Will Book D, 1823 to 1826 

Adams, AbramBlakey, ConstanceBlakey, ThomasBooker, Thomas
Boyd, EdwardBradley, BenjaminBradley, SamuelBroaddus, E.
Bryant, AbnerBurden, Samuel D.Callaway, EdmundCollins, Thomas
Cocke, ThomasCook, MordecaiCrowder, ThomasDallam, Francis
Davis, JaneDeaver, WilliamDickerson, SylvanusDorsey, Alexander
Dover, WilliamEdward, JohnFaulkner, SarahFinley, William
Foster, JeremiahHarrison, JosiahHay, PeterHay (or Kay), Robert
Henry, DanielHenry, WilliamJacobs, BenjaminJones, Anthony D.
Lander, HenryLewis, AndresLoffters, GeorgeLookwood, Sylvanus
Loving, WilliamMallory, JohnMartin, ElizabethMcCarroll, Thomas
McCarty, JohnMcLaughlin, ThomasMcMahan, JohnMNeill, Dorothy
Meacham, JohnMeases, WilliamMiller, Samuel A.Neill, Henry W.
Parrish, MatthewPatton, BenjaminPayne, JamesPorter, Jesse
Price, ArchibaldRamsey, EdwardRily, IsaacRodgers, Robert
Smith, BarnettSmith, CharlesSmith, ElijahSteele, Archidald
Steele, MosesStephenson, MosesStevenson, SaraTalbot, Richard
West, ClaiborneWood, SallyWoodson, ObadiahYork, Benjamin


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Knox County Kentucky Genealogies and Histories #kentuckypioneers

Knox County Tax Digests and Quarter Session Records



Knox County KentuckyKnox County was formed on December 19, 1799 from portions of Lincoln County and was named for General Henry Knox, also appointed Secretary of War during the War Between the States. 

Knox County Probate Records available to members of Kentucky Pioneers

Tax Digests

1816 Tax List
1826 Delinquent Tax Returns
1800 Quarter Sessions Court

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