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    • Cemeteries in Kentucky database.

    • The Cemetery Preservation Program's database of registered cemeteries is a continuation of the work started by the Attorney General's Office in 2000. This database is a compliment to the reference library's database currently available on this...
    • 2008
    • Kentucky Historical Society Library Collection;
    • Table of contents for Kentucky Ancestors, 1965-2013

    • Kentucky Ancestors is the quarterly genealogical publication of the Kentucky Historical Society. The journal ceased print publication after summer 2013.
    • 1965-2013
    • Kentucky Historical Society Finding Aids Collection;
    • Fuller family Bible

    • Copy negative of page of births from the family Bible of James A. Fuller and Lizzie Fuller ( Clara Elizabeth Hamrick). Their own births and the births of their 9 children are documented with information spanning 1870 -1913.
    • 1870 - 1913
    • Kentucky Historical Society, William B. Ogden Studio Negatives, Graphic 1
    • Sources for Genealogical Research in the Library

    • This is a guide, prepared by KHS Library staff, which lists the various types of records available in the library for genealogical research. The guide indicates whether records are available on microfilm, in vertical files, or in published...
    • 2008
    • Kentucky Historical Society Library Collection;
    • MSS 24, J. J. Jepson Papers

    • This is a finding aid for an archival collection at the Kentucky Historical Society. For more information about this collection, please contact KHS.
    • 1795 - 1926
    • Kentucky Historical Society Finding Aids Collection;
    • Possible slave birth register

    • Copy negative of manuscript listing "Negro" births from 1803 - 1848. Possibly related to the Goodwin family (name on original housing). May have been included in family Bible.
    • 1803 - 1848
    • Kentucky Historical Society, William B. Ogden Studio Negatives, Graphic 1
    • Goodwin family Bible record

    • Copy negative of Goodwin family Bible record. Includes records of births, marriages, and deaths from 1791-1905.
    • 1791 - 1905
    • Kentucky Historical Society, William B. Ogden Studio Negatives, Graphic 1
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1911-1914

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1911-1914
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1904

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1904
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Isabel Watson letter to Violet Ware, 2 May 1846

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
    • 1846
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1893-1897

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1893-1897
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Ellen Wallace Diary, 1849, 1864-1865

    • Ellen Kenton McGaughey Wallace was a member of a landowning and slaveholding family in southern Christian County, Kentucky. At the beginning of the Civil War, her sentiments were pro-Union. As the war progressed, particularly after the Emancipation...
    • 1849, 1864-1865
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Ibby Tegarden letter to Reuben Faulkner MC, 19 July 1846.

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
    • 1846
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;

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