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8352 E Main St
2nd Floor
Alexandria, KY 41001
(859) 635-6407

Office Hours:
Tues 10am - 5pm
Thur 10am - 2pm
Sat 10am - 2pm

                        




Special Meetings & Events
Saturday 1/16/16, 2:00 - 3:30 pm ET:      Connecting to Collections Care Webinar - A Conservation Primer: Caring for Historic Furniture.  Register for free at www.connectingtocollections.org

Currently through March 15, 2016: The Martin F. Schmidt Research Library at the Kentucky Historical Society will be open Wed - Sat 10am to 5pm. Before traveling from outside of Frankfort, however, call 502-564-1792 to verify hours.

Saturday 2/14/16, 2:00 – 3:00pm ET: Re-Framing the Problem: Caring for Framed Objects in Small Institutions (aka: On a Budget.) Register for free at  www.connectingtocollections.org

Saturday 3/19/16, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm: Northern KY Regional History Day at NKU - Displays, seminars and keynote address by Dr. Don Heinrich Tolzmann on the Roebling Suspension Bridge. Tickets are $8.00 in advance, or $10.00 at the door. Watch for info in your mail or on-line as the event draws near.

4/28/16 - 4/30/16: Tracking Your Ancestors — the 2016 OH Genealogical Society Conference at the Great Wolf Lodge in Mason OH. Preconference activities on April. 27 include two 4:00 p.m. two-hour workshops. Thurs. - Sat. events include over 80 lectures and workshops covering all phases of genealogical study, a vendor hall and special evening events. For reservations, call 866-954-9653 and use group code 1604OHIO, or  
visit ogs.org/conference2016/index.php

*Regular Monthly meetings of other History/Genealogy groups:

2nd Tuesday, 7:00 - 9:00 pm: Civil War Round Table at Cold Spring Library. (Call Larry Hanneken at 441-3565 for more info.) **This is a change from Wednesdays!**

Last Monday (except Dec.), 6:30 pm: Congenealogy (Genealogy discussion group) at Kenton Co. Library, Covington. See this website for info: http://www.kentonlibrary.org/genealogy/congenealogy

2nd Thursday, 1:00 pm: Northern KY Genealogy Society meeting (Call Mike Stull at 859-384-6219.) /Wendy’s for lunch beforehand.
*For events sponsored by other groups, please contact them before attending—there may be last minute changes that we are not aware of.


   
 



The 1872-73 Bellevue City Directory is now online here!

The 1878-79 Bellevue City Directory is now online here!

See hundreds of historic postcards from Campbell, Kenton & several other Northern Kentucky Counties!

This page also includes several 1800s maps. We have received written permission to use images Northern Kentucky Views in our pages.



The Veterans Data Project

One of the most successful projects of the historical society has been the collection of information on Campbell County Veterans. With forms continuing to pour in, the project has already produced dozens of binders filled with data on veterans from every war. Many people have attached copies of important documents, pictures and other information relating to the veteran's service. Several other historical societies are considering duplicating the project in their area.

If you or your ancestor served in the military and also lived one or more years in Campbell County, we would like to add your information to our list of honored veterans. Please use the link below to access the Veterans form.

 

CLICK HERE FOR THE VETERANS FORM

Thanks for your help!

Researching your ancestors in Campbell County?  In additon to our Archives and Research links at the top left of the page, you can also find loads of great genealogical information at Shirlene Jensen's Fantastic Campbell County Genweb Page.

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If you find this site helpful please help us continue our non-profit mission by joining the Campbell County Historical and Genealogical Society as a member for only $12 per year.

All members receive our quarterly newsletter "Campbell County History News", which was 
awarded third place in the 1998 Family Tree Newsletter Contest. The certificate states "This publication has been judged to represent the finest achievement in journalism and communication." You can see some articles from the newsletter in our Archives section.


Please see our About page for more information about becoming a member. 

We are looking for volunteers to transcribe historical Campbell County information. If you have access to non copyrighted historical information (such as census records and tax lists) and can type and e-mail it to us then we would like to hear from you. Please advise which item you are interested in providing by e-mailing the Campbell County Historical Society before starting so items are not duplicated.

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