CD: Kentucky, Volume 1


This CD-ROM contains electronic image reprints of the following five books of Kentucky history:

  • Lee County, Kentucky Births, Deaths and Marriages, 1874-1878 and 1900-1910 - Margaret Millar Hayes (1992). Birth data includes the name of the child, date and place of birth, sex and color, as well as the names and residence of parents. Death data include name of the deceased with sex, color, marital status, age, occupation, residence, date and cause of death, place of death and names and birthplaces of the parents. Marriage data include the data and place of the marriage plus the residence, age, marital status, and birth place for the bride and groom, and the occupation of the groom, as well as the names of the parents.
  • Lee County, Kentucky, 1880 Annotated Census, Including the 1880 Mortality Schedule - Margaret Millar Hayes (1993). The author has annotated the census with additional birth, death, marriage and name data drawn from no less than forty-five different sources, including all centennial censuses 1870-1910, Lee Co. marriage records, newsletters from the Lee Co. Historical and Genealogical Society and records from private individuals.
  • Reconstructed Marriage Records for Breathitt County, Kentucky, 1839-1873 - Margaret Millar Hayes (1991). Breathitt County, Kentucky was formed in 1839 from Clay, Estill, and Perry Counties. The courthouse burned in 1873 during the feuds that followed the Civil War and most of the records on file were destroyed. This major new work attempts to reconstruct those destroyed marriage records and make them available to researchers. Included are marriages taken from Breathitt County Marriage Book 1 and marriages from surrounding counties for couples who lived in Breathitt, 1839-1873. With an index of brides.
  • Owsley County, Kentucky 1880 Annotated Census - Margaret Millar Hayes (1994). In compiling this data, the author has used no less than 57 different sources. Those listed in the 1880 Owsley County census had ties or roots in the Kentucky counties of Breathitt, Clay, Estill, Floyd, Harlan, Jackson, Knox, Knott, Laurel, Lawrence, Lee, Letcher, Madison, Morgan, Perry, Pike, Rockcastle, and Wolfe; plus the Tennessee counties of Anderson, Claiborne, Grainger, Hancock, Hawkins, Sullivan, and Washington; plus Virginia counties of Bedford, Grayson, Lee, Rockcastle, Russell, Scott, Tazewell, Washington, and White; plus the North Carolina counties of Buncombe, Guilford, Orange, Rowan, Stokes, and Wilkes; plus Atlanta, Georgia; Morgan County, Indiana; and Lynn County, Missouri.
  • A History of Muhlenberg County (Kentucky) - Otto A. Rothert (1913). Charts this region's settlement and growth through two centuries. Biographical sketches of pioneer families and influential residents can be found throughout the work. With biographical sketches of Muhlenburg men who fought in the War if 1812 and/ or in the Mexican War, 200 illustrations and several maps of the region.

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2000, CD, Graphic Images, Adobe Acrobat, v6, PC and Mac, 1298 pp.

ISBN: 9780788413742