Pendleton County Kentucky Genealogy: Images of Wills, Estates, Inventories, Appraisements, Guardianships
Pendleton County was created from parts of Campbell and Bracken counties in 1798. It was named after Edmund Pendleton, a longtime member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, the Continental Congress and chief justice of Virginia. The county seat is Falmouth which in 1776 was known as Forks of Licking, which was the site of the unfortunate Battle of Blue Licks during the Revolutionary War when the British ambushed the patriots, aided by Indians. Sixty persons died that day. It was not until 1793 that Falmouth was chartered.
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- Wills, Estates, etc.1918 to 1947
- 1841 to 1871
- 1872 to 1918
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