Menifee County, Kentucky

History & Genealogy


On May 29, 1869 Menifee County was formed from the following counties.
Bath, Montgomery, Morgan, Powell & Wolfe. Located in the Eastern portion
of Kentucky, it is bounded on the North by Bath & Rowan, on the East by
Morgan & Wolfe. The south by Wolfe & Powell and on the West by
Montgomery & bath. It was then decided to name the county
in honor of Richard H. Menefee.


County seat: Frenchburg

My name is Rebecca Miller and I'm responsible for the Menifee County Kentucky, American Local History Network page. Please contact me if you would like to contribute to this database or if you have suggestions or comments. If you are interested in being an ALHN County Coordinator, then visit the American Local History Network or contactDebi Kendrick or Jen Bawden
       
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Menifee County News
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LINKS


Menifee County, Kentucky Genealogy
Kentucky County History
Kentucky Secretary of State's Office
Land Grants
Kentucky Vital Records Index
KyGenWeb
Kentucky Vital Records Information
Kentucky historical Societies
Menifee County Kentucky Family Tree Makers Genealogy site




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Created September 22, 2000
Updated April 13, 2001