HALL, SLYE AND SWING FAMILY INFORMATION. Theme-folder bound, 14 typed
pp. Contains information on some other old Clermont Co., families.
Donated by Mrs. Helen Fisher.
HALL TREE, THE. Folder-bound, 20 typed pages. By Virginia Biddle Thode
(Mrs. Max R). 1969 An history of Rev. Martin Van Buren Hall born
Clermont Co. OH 1823 and his wife Celinda Spore Hall, their three
daughters, six sons and their offspring. Contains some very good Hall
Family Photos. Donated by Mrs. Max R Thode.
HARDEMAN, DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM FROM KENTUCKY. No date. Hardyman.
Soft-cover, spiral bound, 338 p., general index. Various spellings:
HARDIMAN, HARDYMAN, HARDYMON included. Donated to the Society by Dewey
HARDEN AND RELATED FAMILIES OF NEW JERSEY, ILLINOIS AND CLERMONT
COUNTY, OHIO, THE. 1994. Also THE HARDENIHARDIN AND HARDING FAMILY.
1994 Charts and typed material pertaining to the various spellings.
Compiled and donated by Dewey Harden.
HARDEN - CHAMBERS FAMILIES, (WITH EVIDENCE OF THE REV. WAR SERVICE OF
JAMES CHAMBERS OF MIDDLESEX CO., N.J. AND CLERMONT CO., OH. --b. 1762,
d. 1833) - by Dewey Harden, 1990. Although this is a collection of
documents relating to James Chambers' pension, genealogical data is
also provided on his family unit and on his wife's background. Donated
by the compiler.
HARDEN FAMILY, THE. Compiled genealogy.
HARDEN/HARDING, RESEARCH FOR AND RELATED FAMILIES IN THE AREA OF
IDGHTSTOWN, MERCER COUNTY, NEW JERSEY.. 1996. Harden. Binder-bound. 49
p. Index. Donated to the Society by Dewey Harden.
HARDEN/HARDIN/HARDING FAMILY RESEARCH. Several research items.
Material includes information on Mercer/Monmouth/Burlington Counties,
NJ and Warren County, (Monmouth Township) IL. Donated to the Society by
HAROLD B. BARRERE FUNERAL HOME RECORDS 1927 - 1953. Notebook containing
information from Mr. Barrere's own daily account of business. Copied
and donated by Margie Thomas.
Haussermann, Judge John W. 1999. Three-ring binder Containing
photocopied pages of newspaper clippings and other articles pertaining
to Mr. Haussermann, who was born on December 14, 1867, at New Richmond
(Clermont County) Ohio. Mr. Haussermann rose from a $2 a week postal
worker to a multimillionaire and was known as, "Gold King of the
Phillipines". Articles were donated By Miss Jean Gordon, and passed on
to the Society by J.B. and Aileen Whitt.
HARVIE, JOHN (1730-1822) OF NEWPORT, NOVA SCOTIA - THREE GENERATIONS OF
DESCENDANTS. Booklet. Compiled and donated by Robert Paton Harvey.
HATTAN THE HOUSE OF By Thomas Gregory Hattan. 1982. 10 pages. No Index.
HAWKINS GENEALOGY. 1996. Kettell. Binder-bound material consisting of
typed family history, family group sheets and pedigree charts. Early
Hamilton and Clermont Counties, Ohio Hawkin's Family information.
Compiled and donated by Carla J. Kettell.
HAYS, JOHN - CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO, 1992. Report-folder bound. Material
on the Hays Family who was among Clermont County's first families.
Compiled and donated by Ellen Kirkpatrick Davison.
HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES: MAINE,
1790. This book may help with some of Clermont County's early families
who came from Maine. Arranged by counties & their towns, it lists
the heads of households, with numbers of people in each house: white
males 16 yrs. plus, white males under 16, white females, other free
persons, & slaves. Index.
HEIMBOLDS,.THE 1992 Folder-bound. 27 p. Material regarding their lives
in Germany and Clermont & Hamilton Counties, OH. Compiled and
donated by Katherine Heimbold Hutchinson.
HENDRIK'S DIARY. Hard-cover book, 300 pp. A story of Hendrik
Martinson's family. Parents, Christian and Olava, immigrated to America
from Norway in 1880. Donated by Al and Dorothy Lenk.
HEREDITARY ORDER OF DESCENDANTS OF COLONIAL GOVERNORS. C. 1980.
Hard-cover, 393 pp., indexed. Published by Hereditary Order of
Descendants of Governors. Printed for Order by Edwards Brothers,
Inc. Ann Arbor, MI. Donated by William 1. Ravenscraft.
HERITAGE QUEST (4 issues); GENEALOGICAL HELPER (8 issues).
HEYWOOD, GENEALOGY OF THE HEYWOOD FAMILY. Theme-folder bound, 34 pp.,
indexed. Dated 18 Oct. 1985. Compiled and donated by Harry D.
HIATT, HOLLINGSWORTH, STANLEY AND RELATED FAMILIES. a/so BEALS,
BEE>WELL, CONNER, CREW, GROVE, HARROLD, HODGSON, MILLS, NEVILLE,
THATCHER, THOMPSON AND WAKEFIELD FAMILIES. Folder-bound. Photocopied
material on these families, some with Clermont and other Ohio
Counties. Prepared and donated by Rex and Marjorie Brown Sears.
HIGHMORE, JOSEPH HIGHMORE OF HOLBORN ROW. c 1990. MILD. Hardcover, 484
p. Joseph Highmore was an eminent portrait painter in the 1700's in
London, England. A gift to the Society from the late Author, Warren
HILL, BENJAMIN & ALLIED FAMILIES. Folder-bound. Charts and other
typed pages of information supplied by several individuals. Collected
and donated by Hilda Blakney.
HILL, RECORDS OF THE REVEREND HEZEKIAH HILL 1833-1914. Rev. Hill was a
supply minister for Mt. Zion Methodist Episcopal Church, Stonelick Twp.
Clermont Co., OH. Compiled by Betty Jane Barringer, Saugerties,
NY. Aug. 1981. Copied from the original at the State Library of Ohio
and Donated by Barb McCarthy.
HISTORIC SITES, SOME ON THE LOWER LITTLE MIAMI RIVER Photocopies
folder-bound. Includes maps with historic sites designated. Compiled by
Don Bogosian - Anderson Township Historical Society. Donated by Maxine
HISTORY OF GOSHEN LODGE NO. 119. Theme-folder bound, 11 typed pages.
Prepared by John W. Heywood, 1975. Tells of the Lodge's 131 year
history from 4 March 1844 to 3 Nov. 1975. Donated by Harry D. Murphy.
HISTORY OF CEREDO AND KENOA (West Virginia) Small soft-cover booklet by
C. W. Thomson. Printed in 1959. Lists many family names and businesses.
Donated to the Society.
HOLMES FAMILY PHOTO ALBUMS. Several albums. Mostly unidentified. Donated to the Society by Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Holmes.
HOUSER, GENEALOGY OF THE HOUSER, RHORER, DILLMAN, HOOVER FAMILIES. C
1910. Notebook, 239 photocopied pp. Indexed. Compiled by Dr. W.W.
Houser, Lincolmn, IL.- Chairman. Miss Pearl Chowning Lincoln, IL.,
Corresponding Secretary & Treasurer. Mrs. Emma Onstatt, McLean,
IL., Jesse Orendorff, Georgetown, OH., John F. Adams, Atlanta, IL.,
Mrs. Grace Bracken, Blooming, IL., and George W. Stubblefield of
Bloomington, IL. Photocopies and notebook prepared in 1987 and donated
by Joan Penny.
HOW TO LOCATE ANY ONE WHO IS OR HAS BEEN IN THE MILITARY. C 1990.
Johnson. Three ring binder, 83 photocopied pages, index. This Armed
Forces Locater Directory is a guide to locating present, former and
retired members of the armed forces, reserves, and national guard
Donated to the society by Adele Blanton
HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR GENEALOGICAL RECORDS SIMPLY AND ECONOMICALLY WITH THE COOK SYSTEM - Michael Lewis Cook.
HOW TO TRACE YOUR FAMILY HISTORY. - Bill R Linder. For beginners in
genealogy and for those who want to improve their methods, this is a
recommended basic guide. Donated.
HOWE'S HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF OHIO VOLUME I. Original printing.
HUGHES HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK 1922. Hardcover, 266 pp. Hughes High is located in Cincinnati, OH Donated by Helen Fisher.
HUTCHINSON FAMILY NEW JERSEY TO CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO, THE . 1994.
Revised. Mosher. Softcover, spiral bound, 140p., index. Details the
Hutchinson migration into Clermont and their connections with other
well-known Clermont families. Donated by the family.
HUTCHINSON FAMILY, THE FROM NEW JERSEY TO CLERMONT. Joseph R Mosher.
HUTCHINSON FAMILY FROM CENTRAL NEW JERSEY A, PART IV. c 1986. Revised
1990 & 1993. Hutchinson. Binder bound, 38 p. index. Jonathan
and Rachel Hutchinson, Jr., Maidenhead Township, Hunterdon County, NJ
to southern Ohio and Indiana. Donated by Richard S. Hutchinson.
HUTTONS OF SOUTHERN INDIANA, THE. 1700-2000. C.2000. Hutton. Hardcover, 508p.,index. Donated by Edward L. Hutton
Huttons of Southern Indiana, Huttons 1765-1998. CI998. Hutton Soft
cover, 298p., index. Also includes information on the following
surnames: Bruce, Jackson. Drehobl. Ashcraft, Fine and others. Donor
ILLINOIS, 1820 FEDERAL CENSUS OF - compiled by Lowell M. Volkel and
James V. Gill, (1986, 3rd printing). This index is arranged by people's
names in alphabetical order, each followed by the county, township,
census page and census line.
ILLINOIS, BENSENVILLE, DUPAGE COUNTY,. c 1976. Hardcover, 145 p. By Martha Kirker Jones. Donated by Mary Kaiser.
ILLINOIS, CENTRAL, RURAL TRADES AND BUSINESSES IN 1850: A COMPILATION OF CENSUS DATA.
ILLINOIS REGIONAL ARCHIVES, A GUIDE TO COUNTY RECORDS IN THE - by Roy
C. Turnbaugh Jr., 1988. Like Ohio, Illinois has a regional archives
system. --Six universities provide facilities to house local
government. records of historical value. The records are from all the
counties except Cook Co. (and the City of Chicago).
ILLINOIS, THE SETTLEMENT OF 1778-1830 - Arthur C. Boggess, (1908). This
well-documented account of the beginning of Illinois is interesting as
well as informative, providing us with a better understanding of the
settlers and their experiences.
ILLINOIS, WAR OF 1812 BOUNTY LANDS IN. - Ill. State Archives, 1977
reprint; index by Lowell M. Volkel. The Illinois Military Tract,
on the western side of the State, was the focus of 17,000 patents
issued 1817.,1819. This is a listing of each person who received
a patent, his military rank, regiment, location of land, the person to
whom delivered (with address), and the date. Full name index.
IMMIGRANT ANCESTOR LOCATING YOUR. James C. & Lila Lee Naegles. 1975.
IMMIGRANT DREAMS THE SETTLEMENT OF AMERICA. C.1998. FGS and OGS. Large
soft cover syllabus. A Conference For The Nation's Genealogists
19 - 22 August, 1998 Cincinnati, Ohio. Anonymous donor.
IN SEARCH OF YOUR BRITISH AND IRISH ROOTS. A COMPLETE GUIDE TO TRACING
YOUR ENGLISH, WELSH, SCOTTISH AND IRISH ANCESTORS. Soft-cover book. 304
pp. Indexed. Angus Baxter. 1986. The Genealogical Publishing Co.
Baltimore, MD. Purchased by The Society.
IN SEARCH OF YOUR EUROPEAN ROOTS. Soft-cover book. 289 pages. Indexed.
Written by Angus Baxter. Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore,
MD 1986. Purchased by the Society.
INDEX TO WARD NOTEBOOK "C" OF THE RALPH BEHYMER COLLECTION. Indexing
done by Della Rorick, New Richmond, OH. Material mainly
correspondence between Lelah Ward Ostermayer and Ralph L. Behymer.
INDEX TO THE JOURNAL OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL
SOCIETY QUARTERLY, 1980-1990 - Barbara Walker. This is a valuable index
to genealogical information on America's Black families. The issues of
the Journal itself are at the Cincinnati Public Library.
INDEX OF PATRIOTS. D. A. R Hamilton County, Ohio. Donated by Howard Miller.
INDEX FOR "NEW RICHMOND'S SESQUICENTENNIAL PROGRAM'. Folder-bound. Indexed and donated by Florence M. & Charles Smith.
INDIANA,WHO'S WHO, ELECTRIC CONSUMER, TRACING YOUR FAMILY TREE IN
1986-1987. Themefolder bound, 20 pp. Newspaper columns cut from the
Electric Consumer, seeking surnames information. Prepared and donated
by Al & Dot Lenk.
INDIANA, OHIO COUNTY, CEMETERIES - revised edition. Soft-cover, 227 pp. Alphabetical. Recorded by D.
R Dorrell, Sr. Purchased by the Society.
INDIANA, ABSTRACTS OF THE WILL RECORDS, 1824-1901, HAMILTON COUNTY, - Susan Bevelhimer.
INDIANA, BACK CREEK FRIENDS CEMETERY BURIAL RECORDS. C 1995.
Kirkpatrick. Soft-cover, 130 p. Alpha order. Donated to the
society by Bud & Alma Linn.
INDIANA, BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, MARRIAGES, 1821-1838. - Colleen Ridlen. An
index to brides & grooms, with dates, volume & page references.
Separate license list. Donated.
INDIANA BIBLE AND FAMILY RECORDS. Ind. DAR, 1986. Excellent source. Complete index.
INDIANA, BROWN COUNTY, TAILS AND TRAILS OF,. Soft-cover booklet, 60 pp.
Indexed. A history of early locations in the County. Published by the
Brown County, IN Business and Professional Women's Club. 1965.
Donated by AI & Dorothy Lenk.
INDIANA CENSUS, 1830 FEDERAL POPULATION INDEX FOR - MICROFICHE.
Purchased by the Society from the Indiana Historical Society,
INDIANA CENSUS, 1840 FEDERAL POPULATION INDEX FOR - MICROFICHE.
Purchased by the Society from the Indiana Historical Society,
INDIANA, CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES - 1850, MONROE AND MONTGOMERY
COUNTIES, INDIANA. POPULATION SCHEDULES OF THE 7TH Microcopy
#432, roll #161. Donated by Doris Wood.
INDIANA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL COMMISSION, A GUIDE TO CIVIL WAR
MANUSCRIPTS. Softcover, 402 pp. By Ann Turner. A gift to the Society
from Mrs. Helen Johnson.
INDIANA, CLAY COUNTY, HISTORY OF, A REPRINT OF THE 1884 HISTORY.
Hard-cover book. 549 pages. Indexed. Reproduction. Sponsored by
the Clay County Genealogical Society, Brazil, IN. Whipporwill
Publications, Evansville, IN. Donated by Doris Wood.
INDIANA, DEARBORN COUNTY, PROBATE COMPLETE RECORD BOOKS: A, B & C,
1826-1844. C. 1986. Soft-cover, 59 pp., indexed by Chris McHenry.
Donated by Al & Dot Lenk.,
INDIANA, GENEALOGICAL ATLAS OF - Charles M. Franklin.
INDIANA, GUIDE TO CIVIL WAR MANUSCRIPTS. - Ann Turner, 1965. This
volume is arranged in small sections, each giving the history of an
Indiana military unit, and then describing the manuscripts/letters
available, written by members of that unit. Donated.
INDIANA, HAMILTON COUNTY, - EARLY MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1833-1846 - Colleen A. Ridlen.
INDIANA, HAMILTON COUNTY, HISTORY OF, 1880.
INDIANA, HER COUNTIES, HER TOWNSHIPS, AND HER TOWNS. (Maps showing
evolution of counties, & each county with its townships, lists of
towns & locations.)
INDIANA, INDEX TO WILLS, THROUGH 1850 - by Charles M. Franklin, 1986. A
state-wide listing of recorded Wills, with county, probate year, volume
and page reference.
INDIANA, JACKSON COUNTY, MARRIAGE INDEX FROM 1816 TO 1920. c 1991
STULTZ. Soft cover, 628 p. Alpha order. Purchased by the Society.
INDIANA, JACKSON COUNTY, MARRIAGES, 1816-1840. - Colleen Ridlen.
Combined lists of brides & grooms; date of marriage or of license.
INDIANA ,JACKSON COUNTY, OBITUARIES 1854-1880. c 1992. JOHNSON. Soft cover, 167 p. Index. Purchased by the Society.
INDIANA, JACKSON COUNTY, THE HOOSIER JOURNAL OF ANCESTRY,: (Special
#2.) - compiled by Naomi K. Sextion. (Miscellaneous records.)
INDIANA, LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM UPLAND, INDIANA,
NEWSPAPERS, 1891 - 1901. C.1999. Kirkpatrick. Softcover, 209p.,
alpha order. Upland is located in Jefferson Township, Grant County,
Indiana. Purchased by the Society.
INDIANA, MARION COUNTY: EARLY MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1822-1836 - by Colleen
Alice Ridlen. From the Court House in Indianapolis, the lists of brides
and grooms, in alphabetical order has marriage dates and volumes and
pages. Donated by George Marshall, CCGS member.
INDIANA MARRIAGES THRU 1820 IN THE COUNTIES OF: WASHINGTON, CLARK,
JACKSON, SWITZERLAND, JEFFERSON, SCOTT, JENNINGS, RIPLEY. Soft-cover
booklet, 52 p. Alpha order of Grooms & Brides. Donated by Mildred
INDIANA NATURALIZATION RECORDS FOUND IN VARIOUS ORDER BOOKS OF TIIE
NINETY-TWO LOCAL COURTS PRIOR TO 1907, AN INDEX TO, 1981. Indiana
Historical Society. Softcover, 172p. Alpha order. This index does
not include names from the naturalization record books and related
documents usually found in the clerk's office in each county. Donated
to the Society by Betty Wagner
INDIANA, REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS BURIED IN (WITH SUPPLEMENT). - Waters.
Genealogical data (with references), on each veteran. These were men
not listed by the DAR's publication of "Soldiers and Patriots".
This combination of two volumes has two separate indexes.
INDIANA, SOLDIERS, ROSTER OF AND PATRIOTS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION BURIED IN.
1994. Reprint of 1938 edition. O'Byrne. Soft-cover, 407 p Alpha order of pensioners. Purchased by the Society.
INDIANA SOURCE BOOK I. 1997. Heiss. Hardcover, 145p., no index. Most of
the lists, such as, marriages, cemeteries, etc., are in alphabetical
order. Genealogical material was taken from The Hoosier Genealogist
1961-1966. Donated to the Society by Betty Wagner
INDIANA TERRITORIAL PIONEER RECORDS, 1801-1815 - compiled by Charles M. Franklin.
INNIS, FRANCIS PIONEER OF THE TUSCARORA VALLEY,. PA., JUNIATA CO. AND DESCENDANTS. Donated by James R. Innis, Jr. Index.
INNIS, FRANCIS PIONEER AND HIS DESCENDANTS. Compiled and written by James Robert Innis, Jr.
INNS AND THEIR FARM IN THE CENTRAL MIDWEST: TOWARD AN INTERPRETATION OF FARMSTEAD FUNCTIONS.
INNS, TAVERNS AND HOTELS IN THE MIDWEST TO 1860/F ARMING AND INNS IN THE MIDWEST TO 1860.
INNS AND TAVERNS IN THE MIDWEST: TYPICAL FUNCTIONS, FORMS & LAYOUTS.
IOWA, SURNAME INDEX BY THE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, Vol. 4, 1983. Donated by George E. MacVeigh.
IRISH IMMIGRANTS IN NINETEENTH CENTURY OHIO: A DATABASE. C1998.
Wolfe. Hardcover, 216p., Alpha Order. The purpose of this book is
an attempt to incorporate some of the many original and published
sources, available at the county level, into a statewide
database. Purchased by the Society.
IRISH IMMIGRANTS IN NINETEENTH CENTURY OHIO NATURALIZATIONS SELECTED
YEARS. C1999. Wolf. Softcover, 166p., Alpha Order. This book covers the
following Ohio counties: Cuyahoga, Franklin, Knox, Madison, Marion,
Montgomery, Pickaway, Summit, and Union. Purchased by the Society.
IRISH WILLS, INDEXES TO - FIVE VOLUMES IN ONE. 1997 Reprint. Originally
published in Dublin, 1879. Vicars. Hardcover, 512 p. The wills in
Ireland may be said to consist of two classes, Prerogative and
Diocesan. Those proved in the Prerogative Court are the most
important. Purchased by the Society.
JACOBS, A BRANCH OR TWO OF THE JACOBS' FAMILY. 2000. Black.
Theme-folder bound, typed and photocopied, 18p., index. The material is
regarding Thomas J. Jacobs and his descendants. Clermont County,
OH surnames: Jacobs, Prather and Cooper. Compiled and donated by Gloria
JACOBUS JANSEN VAN ETTEN. Eva Alice Scott. 1952. Allied families
include, WARD, WHITTAKER, LANE BOGGESS, LOYD, BRAZIER & KIRGAN.
Donated by Mrs. RR Hunt.
JOHN, DESCENDANTS OF GEORGE & MARGARET BROWN AND GEORGE &
HANNAH JOHN. 1993 revised. Orr. Soft cover, 98 p. Index by
Virginia Weirich Crystal. Donated by Virginia Weirich Crystal.
JONES FAMILY, ANNOTATED EDITION OF THE by John L Jones and in memoriam:
J McHenry Jones: by Nancy B. Aiken and Michel S. Perdreau. C.200l.
Softcover, 105p.,index. The book contains information about the Jones
Family (African-American) who lived in New Richmond, Clermont County,
Ohio from 1865-1869 (pages 18-20). Donated to the Society by Adele
JONES, WILLIAM JONES, REVOLUTIONARY WAR VETERAN, 30-YEAR BATTLE TO GET
HIS BOUNTY LAND. Smith. 1991. Large folder-bound work. Compiled and
donated by Leslie Ann Smith.
JONES, WILLIAM, APPLICATION FOR A REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSION FOR A large
binder of material collected and donated by Leslie Ann Smith.
KAMBEITZ-COMBITES FAMILY HISTORY 1590-1990. Large three-ring notebook.
262 p. Index. Researched and compiled between the years of 1977-1990.
Donated in 1992 by the researcher & compiler, Ada Combites Hubbard.
KANSAS WASHINGTON CO. PLAT INDEX TO 1882 HISTORICAL ATLAS OF. Donated by Robert Gieber.
KANSAS, THE CENSUS OF THE TERRITORY OF - FEB. 1855 - by W. Heiss, 1967.
This is actually a list of the voters, according to their Kansas
Districts. Name of person, with his State or Country of origin, is
given. District map; description of district boundaries; index to
KANSAS, RILEY COUNTY, PLAT BOOK OF. Donated by Robert Gieber.
KENTUCKIANS IN OHIO AND INDIANA. Hardcover, 301 pp. Indexed. By Stuart
Seely Sprague. Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore MD. 1986.
Purchased by the Clermont County Public Library.
KENTUCKY 1790 CENSUS FOR. Book.
KENTUCKY 1795 CENSUS OF. cl991. T.L.C. GENEALOGY. Spiral, 185p. Alpha Order. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY 1800 CENSUS FOR. Book.
KENTUCKY, ADAIR COUNTY, CEMETERIES OF, VOLUME 5. Soft-cover, 102 pp.
Indexed. Compiled by Margie Coffee, 1988. Published by The Adair County
Library. Donated by William J. Ravenscraft.
KENTUCKY, A SURNAME INDEX TO THE 1850 FEDERAL POPULATION CENSUS OF -
BRACKEN, BREATAHITT, BRECKINRIDGE AND BULLITT COUNTIES. c.1975.
McDowell. Soft cover, 71 p., Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, A SURNAME INDEX TO THE 1850 FEDERAL POPULATION CENSUS OF -
OLDHAM, OWEN, OWSLEY, PENDLETON AND PERRY COUNTIES. c.1982 McDowell.
Soft-cover, 33 p. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, ABSTRACT OF EARLY WILLS AND INVENTORIES. - King. Arranged bay
county and then by person (alpha. order), this is valuable data from
probate records. Surname index.
KENTUCKY, ABSTRACTED COURT RECORDS - GRANT, HARRISON, PENDLETON
COUNTIES, VOLUMES I, II, & III. Hard-covers, indexed. 1987. Janet
K. Pease, compiler and John B. Conrad, Editor. Purchased by the
Society from Grant County K., Historical Society, Williamstown, KY.
KENTUCKY, AN (1883) ATLAS OF BOONE, KENTON AND CAMPBELL COUNTIES,
c.1984 Reprint. McDowell. Soft-cover, 97 p., index. Purchased by
KENTUCKY, AN HISTORICAL ATLAS OF AND HER COUNTIES - Wendell H. Rone.
KENTUCKY ANCESTRY A GUIDE TO GENEALOGICAL & HISTORICAL RESEARCH. c
1992. Hogan, Soft cover, 388 p. index. The holdings of the
commonwealth's major statewide archives and libraries are outlined
along with information on its courthouses, local libraries, and
regional historical societies for each of Kentucky's 120 counties.
Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY AND HER COUNTIES. The series of maps herein, drawn by Wendell
H. Rone Sr., shows the changes in the county boundaries, 1789-1912. A
text accompanies the maps. (Donor is unknown, but CCGS appreciates
having this valuable research aid. Thank you.)
KENTUCKY ,ATLAS OF BRACKEN & PENDLETON CO'S 1884. Reprint 1996.
Originally published by D.J. Lake & Co. Hardcover, 60 p., no index.
Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, BOONE, KENTON AND CAMPBELL COUNTIES, AN ATLAS OF 1883.
Soft-cover book. Reprinted 1984 by McDowell Publications, Utica,
KY. Donated by McDowell Publications.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, 50 CEMETERIES OF, TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS VOL.
I. 1996. Leming. Hardcover, 317 p., alpha order. This
Bicentennial Edition (1796-1996) was compiled by John E. Leming, Jr.
Purchased by the society.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, 1850 U.S. CENSUS. No publication date given.
S.K. Publications, Wichita, KS. Soft-cover, large volume of un-numbered
pages, index. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, AFRICAN-AMERICAN RECORDS VOLUME 1.
C1999. Millennium Edition. Compiled by the African American
Records Committee, Caroline R. Miller, Chairperson. Softcover. spiral
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, AFRICAN-AMERICAN RECORDS VOLUME II.
C1999. Millennium Edition. Compiled by the African American
Records Committee. Caroline R. Miller, Chairperson. Soft-cover spiral
bound, 559 through 1,085. Index for both volumes found in Volume II,
Alpha Order. Material abstracted from various records: Freedmen's
Marriages/Bonds, Census Records, Colored School Records, News Articles,
County History, Oral Histories et al. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, BIRTHS Frances Terry Ingmire. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, CEMETERIES AND BURIAL SITES 1796-1999. C2000.
Millennium Edition. Compiled by the Bracken County Historical Society
Committee, Bobbi Boothe Apking, Chairperson. Hardcover, 764p.,
index. The project was started in May of 1998 and took over two years
for this book to become a reality. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, DEATHS, , Frances Terry Ingmire. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, MARRIAGE BONDS 1797-1870. Two rolls of microfilm. Donated to the Society by Patricia Donaldson-Mills.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, MARRIAGES, Frances Terry Ingmire. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, MARRIAGES & BONDS 1797-1859. 1996. Pell
Hardcover, 337p., Alpha Order by males and females. The author
abstracted information for this book from many sources to help
researchers in locating marriage records in Bracken County,
Kentucky. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, MARRIAGES AND BONDS VOLUME I MALES
1860-1900. C2000. Millennium Edition. Pell. Hardcover, 451 p.,
Alpha Order. This volume includes an addendum to Bracken County,
Kentucky Marriages and Bonds 1797 -1859 for both males and
females. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, MARRIAGES AND BONDS VOLUME II FEMALES
1860-1900 AND ADDENDUM 1797-1859. C20OQ. Millennium Edition. Pell
Hardcover, p.452 thru 958. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, BRACKEN COUNTY, OBITUARIES VOLUME I 1820-1950. 1995. Leming.
Hardcover, 397 p., index. The idea for this volume was in large part
due to the non-existence of vintage newspapers in Bracken County. In
their absence, it was discovered that an abundance of newspaper
clippings were saved over the years by family members and historians.
The clippings were widely scattered among the individuals and
libraries. It seemed appropriate to collect, copy and arrange then in
an indexed order so that they could be used for research. Purchased by
KENTUCKY, CAMPBELL COUNTY, INDEX TO THE 1860 CENSUS -,. 1 May 1980. Folder bound. Compiled and donated by Ronald Brennan.
KENTUCKY, CAMPBELL COUNTY, - HISTORY AND GENEALOGY. Margaret Strebel Hartman. Purchased and donated by Aileen M. Whitt.
KENTUCKY, CAMPBELL COUNTY, HISTORY 1795 to 1978. Campbell County in
1795 included the counties of Pendleton, Grant, Bracken, Boone &
Kenton. Articles by William R Stevens, Ft. Thomas, KY. 265 pages. Not
indexed. From newspaper clippings featured in The Falmouth Outlook from
July 1978 through September 1979.
KENTUCKY, CAMPBELL COUNTY, SOME NATURALIZATIONS 1834 -1903 ALEXANDRIA,
KENTUCKY. 31 July 1984. Folder bound. Compiled and donated by
KENTUCKY, CAMPBELL COUNTY, SOME MORE NATURALIZATIONS 1863 - 1905
NEWPORT, KENTUCKY. 4 July 1986. Folder bound. Compiled and donated by
KENTUCKY, CAMPBELL COUNTY, SURNAME INDEX 1870 CENSUS -,. 10 August
1970, Folder bound. Compiled and donated by Ronald Brennan.
KENTUCKY, CAMPBELL COUNTY, SURNAME INDEX 1880 CENSUS -, PLUS ATLAS AND
CITY DIRECTORIES. 15 May 1982. Folder bound. Compiled and donated by
KENTUCKY, CAMPBELL COUNTY, SURNAME INDEX 1900 CENSUS -, -
(Including City Directories). 9 May 1983 Three-ring notebook. Compiled
and donated by Ronald Brennan.
KENTUCKY, CAMPBELL COUNTY, SURNAME INDEX 1910 CENSUS -,. 7
December 1987. Three-ring notebook. Compiled and donated by Ronald
KENTUCKY, CENSUS RECORDS, Various Counties 1810 Adair, Barren, Boone,
Bourbon Bracken, Breckenridge, Bullitt, Butler/Caldwell, Campbell,
Casey, Christian, Clark, Clay, Cumberland/Estill, Fayette, Fleming,
Floyd, Franklin, Gallatin, Garrard, Grayson Green, Greenup, Hardin,
Harrison, Henderson, Henry, Hopkins/Jefferson, Jessamine, Knox, Lewis,
Lincoln, Livingston, Logan, Madison, Mason, Mercer, Montgomery,
Muhlenberg/Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, Pendleton, Pulaski, Rockcastle,
Scott, Shelby, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Woodford.
Kentucky, Clark County, Early Winchester Cemetery Inscriptions,
Winchester Copyright 1983. Kathryn Owen and Ann P. Coucy.
Contains: names, dates, and lot section. Donated to the Society
by Jan Jones
KENTUCKY CONFEDERATE VETERAN AND WIDOWS PENSION INDEX. C 1979.
McDowell. Soft-cover 95 p. Alpha order of husbands with widow's maiden
name index. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, GUIDE TO ARCHIVAL AND MANUSCRIPT REPOSITORIES, THE. C.1986. Kentucky Department for
KENTUCKY, EARLY FAMILIES OF EASTERN AND SOUTHEASTERN. Hard-cover book.
886 pages. Indexed. William C. Kozee. 1979. Genealogical
Publishing Co. Baltimore, MD. Purchased by The Society.
KENTUCKY, EARLY LOUISVILLE, NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS 1806 - 1828. C 1995.
Crowder. Hard-cover, 283 p., index. Contained in this book are
genealogical and historical abstracts from five newspapers: Western
American, 1806; The Louisville Gazette and Western Advertiser,
1807-1809; The Western Courier, 1813-1816; The Louisville
Correspondent, 1813-1817; The Louisville Public Advertiser, 1818-1828.
Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, EASTERN REFERENCES. c.1980. Jackson and Talley. Hardcover,
495 p., index. These records are of a highly various character, ranging
from the immediacy of letters and newspaper dispatches to modem
canvasses of very old graveyards, and including enumerations of public
and private documents of sundry kinds. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY EXPLORER A magazine for Kentuckians everywhere. Each month's
edition features 112 pages of old and new things about Kentucky. J. B.
and Aileen Whitt, will be donating this magazine to the Society on a
KENTUCKY FEDERAL COURT RECORDS, DISTRICT AND 6th CIRCUIT ORDER BOOKS,
1789-1804. Cook. Although the name of the Court varied, through the
years, only one court handled the Federal cases for Kentucky. The cases
pertained to questions of federal law: land disputes, debts, interstate
settlement of estates, illegal whiskey-making, naturalization, etc. The
introduction tells us: "Many of the cases included records from
"burned" counties of Virginia (as well as other states), and are
available no where else. Some birthplaces found no place else are
given." Complete name index.
KENTUCKY, FLEMING COUNTY, BLACKS LIVING IN 1880 FEDERAL CENSUS. Booklet compiled by Evie Ruth Grady. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, FLEMING COUNTY, BLACKS LIVING IN 1900 FEDERAL CENSUS. Booklet compiled by Evie Ruth Grady. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, THE GAZETTE 1787-1800. Hard-cover book. 330 pages. Indexed.
Copyright 1983. Published by Gateway Press, Inc. Baltimore, MD. Written
by Karen M. Green. Purchased by The Society.
KENTUCKY, THE GAZETTE 1801-1820. Hard-cover book. 370 pages. Indexed.
Copyright 1985. Published by Gateway Press, Inc. Baltimore, MD. Written
by Karen M. Green, Gainesville, FL. Purchased by The Society.
KENTUCKY GENEALOGICAL RECORDS & ABSTRACTS VOLUME 1: 1781 - 1839. C
1997. Eddlemon. Soft-cover, 225 p., Index. Contains some
information concerning the following counties: Allen, Bath,
Breckinridge, Butler, Campbell, Clark, Daviess, Fayette, Hancock,
Harrison, Henderson, Hopkins, Jefferson, Lincoln, Madison, McLean,
Meade, Mercer, Muhlenberg, Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, Russell, Shelby,
Simpson, Trigg, Warren and Wayne. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH. George K. Schweitzer. Small soft-cover book. Donated by Margie Thomas.
KENTUCKY GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY (from "Kentucky: A History of the
State", by Perrin, Battle, & Kniffin, 1880's.). Biographies of
residents in the counties of Carroll, Gallatin, Owen, Boone, Kenton,
Campbell, Bracken, Pendleton, Harrison, & Grant. Index.
KENTUCKY, GREENUP COUNTY, REPRINT OF HISTORY OF, 1951. Hardcover, 145
pp. general index. Sponsored by The Greenup Woman's Club,
Greenup, KY. Published by Whipporwill Publishing Co. Evansville, IN.
Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, GREENUP COUNTY, WILL ABSTRACTS 1822 - 1860. C.1998. Phillips.
Soft-cover, 318p., index. Greenup County was originally a part of
Mason County, KY and was formed in 1804. In 1822 Lawrence County was
formed from Floyd and Greenup Counties; Carter County was formed in
1838 from Greenup and Lawrence Counties; and Boyd County was formed in
1860 from Greenup, Lawrence and Carter Counties. Due to overlapping
some early residents of Boyd, Carter and Lawrence Counties are referred
to in this book. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY HOUSEHOLDERS EARLY 1787- 1811. Hardcover, 209 pp. Indexed.
Compiled by James F. Sutherland. Genealogical Publishing, Co.
Baltimore, MD. 1986. Purchased by The Society.
KENTUCKY, INDEX OF CONFEDERATE PENSION APPLICATIONS. A. Simpson. Alpha.
list of veterans or their widows, county of residence, date of
application. (1912-1942), and application number. Widows' maiden names
are provided, when available.
Kentucky, Knox County, 1850 Census. Copyright 1982. Transcribed and
indexed by Mrs. Maxine Humfleet Jones. Pub., by Knox Co., Genealogical,
Inc. Donated to the Society by Jan Jones
Kentucky, Knox County, Kinfolk Newsletter. Pub., by Knox Co., Gen.,
Soc. Issues: Mar, Apr & Jun 1978. Donated to the
Society by Jan Jones
KENTUCKY LAND RECORDS, (AID TO RESEARCH). This collection of papers is
an excellent guide for anyone needing to understand the early
settlement of Ky. and how to use the land records. Lists of early
settlements; names of water courses; county outline maps; lists of
burned court houses; glossary of land patenting terms; bibliography.
Donated by George Marshall, CCGS member.
KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS, THE PART 1. 1994 Reprint. Jillson. Hardcover, 950 p., alpha order. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS, THE, PART 2. 1994 Reprint. Jillson. Hardcover, 1,844 p., alpha order. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, LEE COUNTY, 1900 ANNOTATED CENSUS. C1999. Spencer and Hayes.
Softcover, 398p., index. Lee County, Kentucky was formed in 1870 from
Breathitt, Estill, Owsley and Wolfe Counties. The first census of Lee
County was taken in the springtime of 1870. Purchased by the
KENTUCKY, LESLIE COUNTY, MARRIAGES 1884 1894. C.1999. Sampson and
Sampson. Soft-cover, 97p.,index. In the early 1800's settlers from
Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee began to arrive in the Leslie
County area of Eastern Kentucky. Leslie County was established March
29, 1878 by combining Perry, Clay and Harlan Counties. Purchased by the
KENTUCKY MARRIAGE RECORDS. c 1983. Second printing 1996. Except for a
series of newspaper abstracts by G. Glenn Clift, this volume contains
every list of marriages known to have been published in the Register of
The Kentucky Historical Society, the official organ of the Society
since 1903. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY MARRIAGE RECORDS. From the Register of Kentucky Historical
Society. Hard-cover book. 1,024 pages. Indexed by Eleanor Antoniak.
Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD. Purchased and donated by
KENTUCKY MARRIAGES 1797-1865. Hard-cover book. 258 pages. Indexed.
Copyright 1983. Published by the Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc.
Baltimore, MD. Compiled by G. Glenn Clift. Reprinted from The Register
of Kentucky Historical Society. Donated by Margie Thomas.
KENTUCKY, MASON COUNTY, ATLAS OF. Reprinted by the Mason County Historical Society.
KENTUCKY, MASON COUNTY, BLACKS LIVING IN 1870 FEDERAL CENSUS. Booklet compiled by Evie Ruth Grady. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, MASON COUNTY. CEMETERIES. Hardbound in 2004. Purchased by the
Society as three softcover booklets: Cemeteries Volume I (1992) Mason
County Kentucky 1792-1992. Index. Cemeteries Volume 2 (1994).
62p.,index and Cemeteries On Strode's Run. Mason County. KY (1988). All
three published by The Mason County Genealogical Society, Maysville, KY.
KENTUCKY, MASON COUNTY, FAMILY BIBLE RECORDS BOOK 1. 2002. Ryan.
Softcover, spiral bound. Collected and published by The Mason County
Genealogical Society, Maysville, KY.
KENTUCKY, MASON COUNTY. FEDERAL CENSUS 1870, (all inhabitants) VOLUMES
I, II, III. 1984. Compiled by Evie Ruth Hill Grady. Purchased by
KENTUCKY, MASON COUNTY, WILL AND PROBATE RECORDS OF,: 1790 - 1801. No
date of publication given. Ellsberry. Soft-cover, 24p., incomplete
index. Compiled by Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry. Purchased by the
KENTUCKY, MAYSVILLE, From Past to Present in Pictures. Jean Calvert and John Klee. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY MAYSVILLE AND MASON COUNTY HISTORY OF. Vol. I. G. Glenn Clift. 1936. Reprint by Mason County Historical Society.
KENTUCKY, NORTHERN, FAMILY ARCHIVES - GENEALOGY OF ULYSSES SIMPSON
GRANT AND JESSE ROOT & HANNAH SIMPSON GRANT. Booklet containing
photocopied family information and photographs. Donated by William R.
KENTUCKY OBITUARIES 1787-1854. Hard-cover book. 254 pages. Indexed.
Copyright 1984. Published by the Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc.
Baltimore MD. Compiled by G. Glenn Clift. Indexed by Anita Comtois.
Donated by Margie Thomas.
KENTUCKY, OLDHAM COUNTY, DEED BOOK A 1824-1829. C1998. Thompson. Softcover, 83p.,index. Donated by Debby Geesner.
Kentucky, Owen County, Pictorial History. Compiled by the Owen County
Historical Society .1997 Hardbound. Donated by Rick Crawford.
KENTUCKY PAPERS, DRAPER COLLECTION, CALENDAR SERIES VOL n. Reprint of
1925 copy McDowell. Hardcover, 624 p., index. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, PENDLETON COUNTY, CENSUS 1810 - 1840 U.S.. No publication
date given. S-K Publications, Wichita, KS. Soft-cover, spiral bound,
246., index. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, PENDLETON COUNTY, CENSUS 1850 U.S.. c.1986. Dr. John F.
Schunk, Ed. Soft-cover, large spiral bound. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, PENDLETON COUNTY, MONUMENT INSCRIPTIONS OF,. c 1994. Ford
& Nagle. Hardcover, 270 p., alpha order. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, PENDLETON COUNTY THE FIRST 200 YEARS. 1994. Belew.
Soft-cover, 196 p., index. Included are business, church and
family histories. Compiled and donated by Mildred Bowen Belew.
KENTUCKY, PENDLETON COUNTY, THE EARLY HISTORY OF FALMOUTH, - DECEMBER
10, 1793 through FEBRUARY 20, 1831. Margaret Strebel Hartman. Purchased
and donated by Aileen M. Whitt.
KENTUCKY, PETITIONS OF THE EARLY INHABITANTS OF TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
OF VIRGINIA 1769 TO 1792. 1998 Reprint. Robertson. Hardcover, 246 p.,
index. The petitions are printed in chronological order from 1769 -
1831. Purchased by the Society.
KENTUCKY, REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS IN - A.C. Quisenberry. The compiler
included Virginia bountyland recipients, the men in the Virginia Navy,
George Rogers Clark's regiment, and Kentucky pensioners. An
alphabetical name list, with Ky. counties of residence, is provided,
but there is no index to the text.
KENTUCKY "SECOND CENSUS" OF 1800. A privately compiled and published
enumeration of tax payers appearing in the 79 manuscript volumes extant
of tax lists of the 42 counties of Kentucky in existence in 1800.
Hard-cover book. 333 pages. Indexed. Copyright 1982. Published by the
Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. Baltimore, MD. Compiled by G. Glenn
Clift. Donated by Margie Thomas.
KENTUCKY, SOUTHGATE AREA / THE CIVIL WAR IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY AND
CINCINNATI, OHIO APRIL 12, 1861 - November 27, 1862/ COL. THOMAS
LAURENS JONES. Three articles in one booklet. Margaret Strebel
Hartman. Purchased and donated by Aileen M. Whitt.
KENTUCKY SURVEYS & GRANTS, OLD. Microfilmed by Kentucky Historical
Society. In alpha. order. Donated by Jean Williamson.
KENTUCKY TAX LISTS EARLY, Fleming Co., 1822-1841 Roll #7970 Purchased
by the Society from Kentucky State Archives, Frankfort, KY.
KENTUCKY TAX RECORDS, EARLY. Ky. Hist. Soc. Listed by county, the
residents are shown with amounts of acres, horses, cattle, and slaves.
Complete name index.
KENTUCKY TAX LISTS EARLY, Mason Co., 1790-1809 Roll #8140 (listings not
very clear) Purchased by the Society from Kentucky State Archives,
KENTUCKY TAX LISTS EARLY, Bracken Co., 1797-1814 Roll #7891 Purchased
by the Society from Kentucky State Archives, Frankfort, KY.
KENTUCKY TAX LISTS EARLY, Mason Co., 1810-1835 Roll #8141 Purchased by the Society from Kentucky State Archives, Frankfort, KY.
KENTUCKY TAX LISTS EARLY, Mason Co., 1836-1844 Roll #8142 Purchased by the Society from Kentucky State Archives, Frankfort, KY.
KENTUCKY TAX LISTS EARLY, Fleming Co., 1798-1821 Roll #7969 (listings
not very clear) Purchased by the Society from Kentucky State Archives,
KENTUCKY TAX LISTS EARLY, Lewis Co., 1807-1843 Roll #8110 Purchased by the Society from Kentucky State Archives, Frankfort, KY.
KENTUCKY TAX LISTS EARLY, Pendleton Co., 1799-1842 Roll #8201 Purchased
by the Society from Kentucky State Archives, Frankfort, KY.
KENTUCKY TAX LISTS Bracken County: 1797-1814 Mason County: 1790-1809;
1810-1835; 1836-1844. Fleming County: 1798-1821, 1822-1841.
Pendleton County: 1799-1842. Lewis County: 1807-1843.
Kentucky, Whitley County, Cemeteries of, C. Maynard Cornelius. Vol. 2.
Printed August 1981 and Vol. 3, Printed January 1983. Contains: names,
dates Cemetery interred, maps and some genealogical information.
Donated to the Society by Jan Jones
KING, CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND DOROTHY KING OF SALEM. (A brief typed
history of William and Dorothy and their four children who came from
England in 1635 to America). By Henry F. Waters. Originally printed at
The Salem Press, 1880. Donated by AI and Dorothy Lenk. Donated also,
some Photocopies of old Abbott Family Photographs.
Kings Passengers to Maryland & Virginia, The. C1997.
Coldham. Hard cover, 450 p, Index of persons and index of
ships. The ''Kings Passengers" were the felons and others who
were deemed as "undesirables" in England and Scotland, who were
transported overseas for punishment of their deeds. Purchased by the
KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM, CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO. Typed, folder-bound material. Researched and donated by Ellen K. Davison.
KIRWAN - by Warren J. Kirwan, 1989. This is a mixture of genealogy and
history, of facts reminiscences and stories, --of a Kirwan family in
Wauconda, Illinois, in 1850, --and its subsequent generations. Donated
by Mary Kaiser.
KNIGHT FAMILY, A LINEAGE AND HISTORY OF THE (BEGINNING WITH REV. JOHN
CORBL Y, SR, b.1733). - William J. Knight, (1934). Priscilla, daughter
of immigrant J. Corbly of western Pa., married William Knight
(1751-1820) and migrated first to Hamilton Co., Ohio, where relatives
lived in the vicinity of Garard's Station. Later they settled in Miami
Co., OH., near Troy. This volume has both charts and family
history. (Donated by Ida Kennard.)
KNOW YOUR ANCESTORS - A GUIDE TO GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH. - Ethel W.
Williams, 1960. This classic in the field of genealogy is an excellent
text for any researcher. It covers a wide variety of subjects and
sources, with focus on New England, N.Y., N.J., Pa., Ohio, and the
British Isles. Donated.
KNOWN MILITARY DEAD DURING WAR OF 1812 - Clarence Peterson. The result
of through research, this small volume provides valuable information on
those men who were killed, or died of illness, during our second war
with England, they are listed in alphabetical order: Name, rank, unit
or ship, date of death. place if known. (Many were in Dartmoor
and Quebec Prison.)
KOELL/KELL FAMILY INFORMATION. Also has information on COMBS and
ANDERSON in Clermont Co., OH. Folder-bound, typed. Donated by Richard
KRATZER and ALLIED FAMILIES PEDIGREE CHARTS. These are the Kratzers of
Brown County, Ohio. Compiled and donated by Gertrude Kratzer.
KREKELER, THE WILLHELM LUDWIG ("LOUIS”) KREKELER FAMILY. 1998.
Hamann. Themefolder bound, 41p.,index plus a supplement of 15p.
The family immigrated from Petershagen, Germany to Cincinnati, OH.
Several Brown & Clermont County, OH surnames. Compiled and donated
by Allen G. Hamann
KRESS, GEORGE ADAM FAMILY, A CHRONICLE OF THE. Includes related lines
of BROWN, SMITH, FULLER WEST, EDWARDS, HILER LITTLE, & V ANDAMENT.
Typed. Folder-bound. Compiled and donated by Rita Kress Stauffer.
KYLE/KILE/COYLE FAMILY IN AMERICA, A PARTIAL HISTORY OF THE. 1958 Kile.
Soft-cover binder with a large volume of photocopied material. Includes
a supplement (1993) on patriot, Robert Kyle and his family who
pioneered Clermont County, Ohio and vicinity. Donated by Robert Kyle