If a photograph has been scanned a thumbnail is included. You may contact us by phone or email with questions. The Local and Family History File consists of over files of primarily genealogical materials that have been assembled on many Central Kentucky families.
Most of the items in the files have been photocopied from a variety of secondary genealogical sources and on occasion even some primary source materials such as copies of letters, Family Bibles, pension records, deeds, and wills, etc. In addition the files contain information assembled by genealogists who have requested that their research be included in the files.
The files are arranged numerically in file cabinets.
Vital records consist of birth, death, marriage and divorce records. Although Kentucky enacted a statute in requiring. Kentucky Vital Records Index Death index ; Marriage index Kentucky law required counties to record births, marriages, and deaths as early as.
The following index to the files is arranged alphabetically by surname or subject. Other Materials Links to genealogy materials we own, but that are not catalogued in eQuest. Oral Histories Oral history interviews covering a wide range of topics. Family File Request Form. However, we do not have any documented proof these people are siblings or cousins but this is where we start with this Bell Clan.
A search of South Carolina records has, so far, turned up littel and nothing conclusive. All of the records of the children of this group and thier chidlren is well-documented and is not in doubt. He was acquited each time. Holcomb, p.
No other source has been found. Unknown; m.
Kentucky; b. Andrews Parish, Brunswick Co, Va; d. Bell to Martha Short. His cons by father, James Bell, wit by william H.
Rogers H. Gavin H.
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McGrath J. Smith M. Wats A. Denton Sam Purcey W. Bennett Pat Caoid?
Smithson W. Malone M.
McConell J. Floyd J. Will Shife T.