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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Kentucky Patriotism during 1812 and 1815

Kentucky's Patriotism during 1812 to 1815 

The River Raisin in Raisonville, MichiganWhen America declared War on Great Britain on June 18, 1812, a call for volunteers was issued to aid the regular army. Kentucky was given a quota of 5,500 men. Yet when 1,500 men were required to join General Hull in his expedition into the Northwest, 2,000 answered the call. However, after crossing the Ohio River, they learned that Hull had cowardly surrendered his army and the whole of Michigan territory to the British, although his army numbered nearly double the enemy. But this did not deter the Kentuckian. During January of the succeeding year, Colonel Lewis with his 700 to 1000 Kentuckians, marched against a combined force of British and Indians to French town on the river Raisin and drove them from the village. Three days later, General Winchester was told that a . . . more . . .





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Monday, September 17, 2018

Logan County Kentucky Ancestors. See Names. # Kentuckypioneerscom


Images of Logan County Wills, Estates, Distributions, Guardianships

Map of Logan County

The county of Logan was formed in 1792 and was named after Benjamin Logan, second in command of the Kentucky Militia during the Revolutionary War. The territory first stretched from the Mississippi River in the west to the Little Barren River in the east. The county seat is Russellville. 

Indexes to Wills, Estates, Guardianships, Distributions
  • Book A, 1795 to 1817
  • Book B, 1815 to 1823
  • Book C, 1823 to 1827
  • Book D, 1827 to 1831
Images of Logan County Wills and Estates Book A, 1795 to 1817 

Adams, E. Allen, Beverley Allen, Reuben* Anderson, Thomas* Anigel, George* Arnold, John* Ashley, William* Baker, Robert* Barnard, William R.* Barton, James* Barnett, William* Barton, James* Bayley, Thomas* Bell, John* Bennett, William* Bernard, Heningham* Bernard, John* Bernard, William* Bowie, Patsy* Boyd, Daniel* Boyle, Patrick* Britt, William* Brown, Jared* Brown, John* Browning, John* Bryant, Abraham* Burton, James* Campbell, George* Carlisle, Henry* Cavender, Thomas* Clark, William* Conner, William* Cook, John* Coreen, John* Crabtree, William* Cransden, William* Curry, John* Daniel, John* Davis, Keiza* Dawson, Redford* Drake, Sir Francis* Duncan, Benjamin* Edwards, Penelope Eley, Eli* Elliott, Thomas F.* Ewing, George* Ewing, John* Ewing, William* Ferguson, William* Fike, Malachi* Fisher, William* Fleming, Ralph* Foster, John* Frizzel, William* Furbanks, Robert* Gilbert, William* Gorham, Thomas* Graves, Frederick* Green, John* Hampton, Thomas* Hannah, David* Hawkins, James* Henderson, Thomas* Hendrick, Henry* Hendry, William* Henson, James* Herndon, James* Hinton, John* Holeman, James* Hollarton, Elizabeth* James, Isaac* Horton, William* Howard, James* Howe,, Levi* Hughs, Roland* Hughs, Rowland* Hunter, James* Johnson, John* Johnston, Nathan* Johnston, William* Jones, Aaron* Jones, J .... more names ....


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Monday, September 10, 2018

Names of Lincoln County Kentucky Ancestors #kentuckypioneerscom

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 | 

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Monday, August 27, 2018

Names of Ancestors in Shelby County Kentucky #kentuckypioneerscom #kygenealogy


Shelby County, Kentucky Wills, Estates, Deeds

ShelbyvilleShelbyvilleShelbyvilleShelbyvilleShelby County was formedn 1792 and was named for Isaac Shelby, the first Governor of Kentucky. The county seat is Shelbyville.

Genealogy Records available to members of Kentucky Pioneers

Indexes to Wills and Estates
  • Book No. 1, 1796 to 1804
  • Book No. 2, 1804 to 1811
  • Book No. 3, 1812 to 1817
Wills and Estates Bk No. 1, 1792 to 1804
  • Bagel, William | Bell, Henry | Boling, William | Boyd, William | Boyles, David | Bozwell, George | Breedon, Richard | Brice, James | Brown, James | Buckhannon, William | Burzan, Jesse | Butler, Elizabeth
  • Clarke, John | Connely, John | Daniel, Robert | Dornas, Oliver | Dunn, John | Elam, Richard | Felly, John | Ford, John | Fullinwider, William
  • Garrett, John | Gazway, Richard | Glover, Jonah | Green, Catherine | Green, Jonathan
  • Hansbrough, Marias | Hansel, Phillip | Hartman, Anthony | Hill, Hardy | Hogland, Richard |
  • Jacobs, Thomas | Johnston, Phillip
  • Lane, Lambert | Lasley, Robert | Laurence, David | Leatherman, John | Lemaster, Richard | Lewis, John
  • McCampbell, Samuel | McCLain, Samuel | McClure, Daniel | McClure, John | Meeke, Jesse | Metcalf, James | Newland, Isaac | Newland, Jacob | Owen, Brackett | Owens, George
  • Pennington, Isaac | Perkins, William | Potts, John | Powell, William | Prewitt, Michael Sr. | Redding, William | Reid, James | Robins, William
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Monday, August 20, 2018

Names of Warren County Kentucky Ancestors #kentuckypioneerscom #kygenealogy

Warren County Kentucky Wills, Estates, Deeds


Bowling Green

The history of Warren County dates back to several Native American villages and burial mounds. General Elijah Covington was one of the first land owners. McFaddens Station was established as early as 1785 on the northern bank of the Barren River at Cumberland Trae. by Andrew McFadden. Warren County was established in 1796 and was named after General Joseph Warren of Revolutionary War fame as haviing dispatched William Dawes and Paul Revere on the famous midnight ride. Warren also fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill. 

Warren County Probate Records available to members of Kentucky Pioneers

Miscellaneous Wills
    • Armor, Thomas
    • Briggs, Thompson
    • Earnest, Peterson
    • Fishback, James
    • Gillarton, Thomas
    • Robinson, Knox (LWT 1846)
    • Skaggs, James
    • Smith, Elizabeth
    • Thompson, Peter
    • Watts, William
    • West, William
    • Wingfield, Joseph and David

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Monday, August 13, 2018

Names of Ancestors in Wayne County Kentucky #kentuckypioneerscom #kygenealogy

Wayne County Wills, Estates, Marriages


Battle of Fallen TimbersWayne County was formed December 13, 1800 from Pulaski and Cumberland Counties. It was named after General "Mad Anthony" Wayne, a hero of the American Revolutionary War as well as the Northwest Indian War. It was his victory at the Battle of Fallen Timbers which ended the Indian threat against Kentucky settlers. The Americans lost 33 soldiers during this battle, while the Indians lost twice as many with a retreat to the British-built fort of Miamis on the Maumee River. Wayne County fought for the Confederates during the War Between the States and in 1861, the Confederate Government of Kentucky passed an Act to rename Wayne County to Zollicoffer County in honor of Felix Zollicoffer who died at the Battle of Mill Springs. 

Wayne County Probate Records available to members of Kentucky Pioneers Marriages
  • Miscellaneous Marriages between 1815 and 1817

Digital Images of Wayne County Wills and Estates 1802 to 1807


  • Bartleson, Zachariah
  • Bustard, Charles
  • Denny, Samuel
  • Ingram, Samuel
  • Hunter, Edward
  • Kerly, Benjamin
  • Mullins, Isaac
  • Norton, Mercer
  • Perryhouse, John
  • Smilie, Anne
  • Smiley, George



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Monday, August 6, 2018

Names of Ancestors in Woodford County Kentucky #kygenealogy #kentuckypioneerscom

Images of Woodford County Wills, Estates, Inventories, Guardianships, Marriages


Woodford County Marker

Woodford County was formed from part of Fayette County, Virginia in 1788. It was named for General William Woodford of the American Revolutionary War who died while a prisoner of war in 1780. Scott County was formed from part of the county in 1792 and Franklin County took another part in 1794. 

Images of Wills, Estates, Inventories, Guardianships, Marriages available to members of Kentucky Pioneers 

Marriages
  • 1789 to 1799
Indexes to Wills, Estates, Inventories, Guardianships
  • Book A, 1789 to 1815
  • Book B, 1796 to 1807
  • Book C, 1806 to 1812
  • Book C, 1812 to 1815
...more...


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Monday, July 30, 2018

Knox County Kentucky Tax Digests #kentuckypioneerscom

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

Knox County Kentucky Ancestors



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Garrard County Wills, Estates, Guardianhips, Annual Returns, Inventories, Settlements #kentuckypioneerscom

Garrard County Wills, Estates, Guardianhips, Annual Returns, Inventories, Settlements

Map of Garrard County

Garrard County was formed in 1796 and was named after James Garrard, the Governor of Kentucky from 1796 to 1804. The county seat is Lancaster. 

Indexes to Wills, Estates, Guardianships, Distributions
  • 1797 to 1805
  • 1807 to 1811
  • 1805 to 1809
Militia Records
  • Paymaster Records of 7th Regiment Kentucky Militia 1808 to 1813
Images of Wills, Estates, Inventories, Guardianships, Distributions, Book A, 1797 to 1805

Alford, John * Ball, John * Banks, Jones Banks, Levin * Banks, Lynn Banks, Samuel * Barbour, James* Blanton, Joshua Bowen, William* Brady, Charles* A. Carns, Alexadnder* Carpenter, Sopher* Compton, Zachariah* Cosden, Matthew* Cummins, Moses* Dickens, Benjamin* Gooch, Elizabeth* Gooch, Jesse* Hayden, James* Harris, R. Harris, Solomon Harrison, Richard Havis, Robert* Hays, William* Hiett, Abner Hinds, James* Hogan, John * Huffman, Frederick* Irvine, Joshua Kincaid, Robert* Lambton, William* Lawson, Elisha Macklin, James* Marksburg, Samuel * Mayfield, Micajah Miller, Jacob* Nelson, Ambrose Nickern, Michael Perrel, Henry* Poor, Robin Sapery, John * Scott, Samuel * Smith, James* Smith, John to Sally Smith* Smith, Liberty, orphan of Henry* Smith, Mark* Smith, William, Capt.* Stapp, Gholson* Stapp, Rachel* Sutton, Rowland* Terrill, Joseph* Terrill,, Robert* Toney, Bishop Wooley, William* 

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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Shelby County, Kentucky Wills, Estates, Deeds #kentuckypioneers #kygenealogy

Shelby County, Kentucky Wills, Estates, Deeds

ShelbyvilleShelbyvilleShelbyvilleShelbyvilleShelby County was formedn 1792 and was named for Isaac Shelby, the first Governor of Kentucky. The county seat is Shelbyville.

Genealogy Records available to members of Kentucky Pioneers

Indexes to Wills and Estates
  • Book No. 1, 1796 to 1804
  • Book No. 2, 1804 to 1811
  • Book No. 3, 1812 to 1817
Wills and Estates Bk No. 1, 1792 to 1804
  • Bagel, William | Bell, Henry | Boling, William | Boyd, William | Boyles, David | Bozwell, George | Breedon, Richard | Brice, James | Brown, James | Buckhannon, William | Burzan, Jesse | Butler, Elizabeth
  • Clarke, John | Connely, John | Daniel, Robert | Dornas, Oliver | Dunn, John | Elam, Richard | Felly, John | Ford, John | Fullinwider, William
  • Garrett, John | Gazway, Richard | Glover, Jonah | Green, Catherine | Green, Jonathan
  • Hansbrough, Marias | Hansel, Phillip | Hartman, Anthony | Hill, Hardy | Hogland, Richard |
  • Jacobs, Thomas | Johnston, Phillip
  • Lane, Lambert | Lasley, Robert | Laurence, David | Leatherman, John | Lemaster, Richard | Lewis, John
  • McCampbell, Samuel | McCLain, Samuel | McClure, Daniel | McClure, John | Meeke, Jesse | Metcalf, James | Newland, Isaac | Newland, Jacob | Owen, Brackett | Owens, George
  • Pennington, Isaac | Perkins, William | Potts, John | Powell, William | Prewitt, Michael Sr. | Redding, William | Reid, James | Robins, William
  • Shannon, Thomas | Shannon, William | Shields, Patrick | Shuck, Andrew | Sled, William | Smith, Jacob | Squires, John | Stout, James | Thompson, Thomas | Van Cleve, Ralph
  • Walker, James | Walker, Joseph | Warford, David | Whitaker, Jesse | Whitaker, John | Williams, Elizabeth | Williams, John | Williams, William | Wilson, Samuel


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