are found in various places within this web site.
This page collects all the links referencing African American records here.
Marriages and Deaths
Updated 25 July 2014
in white records
to V1C-13C and 19W
Name -- By
Boyle County Deaths NOT
listed on Find A Grave:
A-F -- G-L --
of Free Blacks in Boyle County 1852
This document gives names, physical descriptions, and proof of free
status for over 200 people living in Boyle County in 1852.
Obituaries and Misc
City Directory, African-Americans
County African American Cemeteries
County has over 300 cemeteries, public, private, white, black,
integrated, recorded, unrecorded, easily visible, and lost to time.
the cemeteries are recorded at the website Find A Grave, and are also
transcribed in the now out of print book, Boyle County, Kentucky,
Cemetery Records 1792-1992, with updates and corrections.
here is to collect in one place all the inscriptions and transcriptions
which are NOT in the Boyle County cemetery book, for the most part,
neglected, overgrown, or forgotten African-American cemeteries.
This page will grow as new burials are located, or as more work is done
on the project.
Cemeteries in Boyle County on Find A Grave
Needmore (aka Needmore) -- Meadow
Lane (aka Locust Grove, Lebanon Pike, Fairview)
Lane -- Mitchellsburg
Springhill (aka Hillcrest) -- Shelby
City -- Worldstown
James AME (aka Wilsonville) -- Stony
Point -- Zion
Hill (aka Persimmon Knob)
Cemeteries where Boyle County residents are buried in
surrounding counties on Find A Grave
Cem, Garrard Co
Garrard Co -- Flatwoods
Baptist Ch, Garrard Co
Cem (aka Bruce Cem), Millidgeville, Lincoln Co -- Robinson
Row(e) or Road, Burgin, Mercer Co
Bethel Cem, Riley, Marion Co
Cem, Hubble, Lincoln Co
Colored Troop Records
These records are HUGE, so