Kentucky Genealogy and Historical Societies

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Kentucky Historical Society
100 West Broadway
Frankfort, KY 40601-1931

Kentucky Genealogical Society
Kentucky History Center
100 West Broadway
PO Box 153
Frankfort, KY 40602

3 thoughts on “Kentucky Genealogy and Historical Societies”

  1. Are there any genealogical societies for the Helton and Miller families of Breathett County. I am trying to do the research on my ancestors, and these are the toughest ones to locate so far! There are a lot of Heltons and Millers out there, but my great-grandparents are proving tough to find. Please feel free to contact me if you have any information you could share that would put me in the right direction.

  2. Barbara C. Wilson

    I left a voice mail. Looking for d. info, burial, land records, deeds anything for Johanna (nee’) Clark Roseboom (J) 1802-1882 and Husband Wm Roseboom (W) 1794-1869. Daughter lived in same area the old Jamestown (now merged with Booklyn in 1867) Miriam Lyons (nee’ Roseboom) Clark 1825-1902, buried in Spring Grove, OH w/h. Charles Clark 1822-1883; 1850 US Census has J & W in Campbell KY, daughter Gertrude Roseboom Moore 1831- 1911 (d,)IN); Lineage Book: NSDAR confirms DOB, D., M. & North America Family Histories 1500-2000 also; 1860 US Census has Johanna and Wm Roseboom living in Jamestown, Campbell KY next to or with daughter Gertrude R. Moore and husband Wm. Moore 1822-1897; Moores bur. Mt Washington Cem. Hamilton OH ; 1880 US Census has Johanna Rose Boom (misp.) living with daughter Miriam in Dayton, Campbell KY; FAG, and all cemeteries in Jamestown listed, and Cincinnati have no records of them. Need help here. I live in Colorado and can not travel. Thank you BCW

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