Ohio County, Kentucky in the Olden Days
Harrison D. Taylor
Ohio County was created in 1798 from Hardin County. It sits in the western portion of the state, with its northern boundary being the Ohio River for which it received its name but in 1829 was divided to create the counties of Davies and Hancock. The reader will discover genealogical data on early families, data concerning Ohio county in the War of 1812, early land titles, biographies of early citizens, and approximately 2,500 marriage records prior to 1840.
1926, (2019), paper, 224 pp.