Kentucky: Digitized County Histories

FAQ

1. While every county in the state is listed, links are only provided for titles that no longer fall under U.S. copyright laws. All (almost) links connect to free websites.
2. There are a few instances when a book has been digitized, but is only found on a paid site. In that case, no link is inserted, but a note as to the website where it has been found is given.
3. When a state history has also been found in digital format, it is listed in the STATE section that precedes the county list. I have limited STATE entries to those with county histories/biographical volumes in them.
4. There are a number of counties that DO have histories written, BUT they remain copyrighted material. Therefore, if a county has NONE after its name, it doesn’t mean there is no county history, just that none has been digitized. It’s also possible that the only digitized county history is included in one of the state volumes, so be sure to check those entries.
5. If the book is on FamilySearch, you will need a free account to access it. This list does NOT include town histories.
6. When all fifty states have been completed, I will post a PDF of them all.
7. One last note – it is very possible that a book is digitally available on more than one website. I’ve only included links to one site per book.

KENTUCKY

Many Kentucky counties show NONE in this list. HOWEVER, they have entries in Lewis Collins’ Historical Sketches of Kentucky, Volumes 1 & 2, which is the first entry in the state list. Be sure to check out his work.

STATE Collins historical sketches of Kentucky: history of Kentucky, Volume 1, Lewis Collins, & Richard H. Collins, Covington, Kentucky, 1874.
STATECollins historical sketches of Kentucky: history of Kentucky, Volume 2, Lewis Collins, & Richard H. Collins, Covington, Kentucky, 1874.
STATEThe Big Sandy Valley: a history of the people and country from the earliest settlement to the present time, William Ely, Central Methodist, Catlettsburg, Kentucky, 1887.
STATEThe Big Sandy Valley: a regional history prior to the year 1850, Willard Rouse Jillson, John P. Morton & Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1923.
STATEHistoric families of Kentucky : with special reference to stocks immediately derived from the valley of Virginia; tracing in detail their various genealogical connexions and illustrating from historic sources their influence upon the political and social development of Kentucky and the states of the South and West, Thomas Marshall Green, Cincinnati, 1889.
STATEThe history of Kentucky: from its earliest discovery and settlement to the present date, embracing its prehistoric and aboriginal periods, its pioneer life and experience, its political, social and industrial progress, its educational and religious development, its military events and achievements, and biographic mention of its historic characters, Zachariah Frederick Smith, Prentice Press, Louisville, Kentucky, 1895.
STATEA history of Kentucky and Kentuckians: the leaders and representative men in commerce, industry, and modern activities, Volume 1, E. Polk Johnson, Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1912.
STATEA history of Kentucky and Kentuckians: the leaders and representative men in commerce, industry, and modern activities, Volume 2, E. Polk Johnson, Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1912.
STATEA history of Kentucky and Kentuckians: the leaders and representative men in commerce, industry, and modern activities, Volume 3, E. Polk Johnson, Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1912.
STATEA history of Kentucky, embracing gleanings, reminiscences, antiquities, natural curiosities, statistics, and biographical sketches, William B. Allen, Bradley & Gilbert, Louisville, Kentucky.
STATEA sesquicentennial history of Kentucky: a narrative historical edition, commemorating one hundred and fifty years of statehood, preserving the record of the growth and development of the commonwealth, and chronicling the genealogical and memorial records of its prominent families and personages, Volume 1, Frederick A. Wallis, Historical Record Association, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 1945.
STATE*A sesquicentennial history of Kentucky: a narrative historical edition, commemorating one hundred and fifty years of statehood, preserving the record of the growth and development of the commonwealth, and chronicling the genealogical and memorial records of its prominent families and personages, Volume 2, Frederick A. Wallis, Historical Record Association, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 1945. *Not found.
STATEA sesquicentennial history of Kentucky: a narrative historical edition, commemorating one hundred and fifty years of statehood, preserving the record of the growth and development of the commonwealth, and chronicling the genealogical and memorial records of its prominent families and personages, Volume 3, Frederick A. Wallis, Historical Record Association, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 1945.
STATEA sesquicentennial history of Kentucky: a narrative historical edition, commemorating one hundred and fifty years of statehood, preserving the record of the growth and development of the commonwealth, and chronicling the genealogical and memorial records of its prominent families and personages, Volume 4, Frederick A. Wallis, Historical Record Association, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 1945.
STATEMemorial Record of Western Kentucky, Volume 1, Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, 1904.
STATEMemorial Record of Western Kentucky, Volume 2, Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, 1904.
STATETrans-Allegheny Pioneers; historical sketches of the first white settlements west of the Alleghenies, 1748 and after: wonderful experiences of hardship and heroism of those who first braved the dangers of the inhospitable wilderness, and the savage tribes that then inhabited it, John P. Hale, Graphic Press, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1886.
STATE Who’s who on the Ohio river and its tributaries: the Ohio River from the ice age to the future; history, biography, statistics, Ethel Carter Leahy, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1931.

ADAIR – Notes on Adair County; or Judge Rollin T. Hurt’s history of Adair County, Kentucky, John Avroe Steele & Michael C. Watson, Columbia, Kentucky, c1994.
ADAIRRecords and letters of Civil War time, Adair County, Kentucky, Part 2, n.p., n.d.
ALLEN – NONE
ANDERSONA history of Anderson county, Lewis W. McKee & Lydia K. Bond, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1936.
BALLARD – NONE
BARREN – Early history of Barren County, Vivian T. Rousseau, typescript, n.d. [FamilySearch Film 851646, Item 9]
BARRENThe times of long ago; Barren County, Kentucky, Franklin Gorin, John P. Morton, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929. [FamilySearch Film 973096, Item 3]
BARRENThen and now, R.H. Grinstead & Fern Hunter, South Central Kentucky Historical Society, Glasgow, Kentucky, n.d.
BATH – An illustrated history of Bath County, Kentucky : with historical & biographical sketches and notes & anecdotes of many years, John Adair Richards, Southwest Printers, Yuma, Arizona, c1961.
BELL – Bell County, Kentucky history & families, Turner Publishing Company, Paducah, Kentucky, c1994.
BELLHistory of Bell County, Kentucky, Volume 1, Henry Harvey Fuson, Hobson Book Press, New York, New York, 1947.
BELLHistory of Bell County, Kentucky, Volume 2, Henry Harvey Fuson, Hobson Book Press, New York, New York, 1947.
BOONE – A brief history of Boone County, Kentucky, Ann Lutes, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, c1990 [FamilySearch Film 1686039, Item 1]
BOONEHistory of Boone County, Kentucky, A.M. Yealey, W. Fitzgerald, Covington, Kentucky, 1960.
BOURBON – Bourbon County men and women who served in World War Two, Bourbon County Women’s Club, Paris, Kentucky, n.d.
BOURBONHistorical records of the Blue Grass region of Kentucky : Clark County–Winchester edition of wills : formed from Fayette and Bourbon Counties, 1792 : Fayette and Bourbon Counties from Virginia, 1780, Lucy Kate McGhee, Washington, 196_.
BOURBONHistorical scrapbook, a record of the celebration of the 175th anniversary of the founding of Bourbon County, Kentucky, May 13-20, 1961: 1786-1961, Bourbon County 175th Birthday Celebration Corporation, Paris, Kentucky, 1961.
BOURBONHistory of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, William Henry Perrin, O.L. Baskin & Company, Chicago, 1882.
BOURBONParis and Bourbon County of early pioneer days, recalled in romantic, Julia Spencer Ardery, Kentucky Citizen, Paris, Kentucky, 1947 [FamilySearch Film 928352, Item 3]
BOYD – History of the Upper Ohio Valley, with family history and biographical sketches: a statement of its resources, industrial growth and commercial advantages, Volume 1, James Logan Brant & Fuller, Madison, Wisconsin, 1890.
BOYD – History of the Upper Ohio Valley, with family history and biographical sketches: a statement of its resources, industrial growth and commercial advantages, Volume 2, James Logan Brant & Fuller, Madison, Wisconsin, 1890.
BOYLE – History of Mercer and Boyle counties, Maria T. Daviess, Harrodsburg Herald, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, 1962. Reprint of 1924 edition.
BRACKEN – NONE
BREATHITT – In the land of Breathitt, Writers’ Program, Works Progress Administration, Bacon, Percy & Daggett, Northport, New York, 194
BREATHITT“Recollections of Breathitt,” James Green Trimble, The Jackson times, Jackson, Kentucky, 1949.
BRECKINRIDGE – History and legend of Breckinridge County, Kentucky, William A. Thompson, McDowell Publications, Utica, Kentucky, c1976.
BULLITT – NONE
BUTLER – NONE
CALDWELLIndex to Clauscine Baker’s History of Caldwell County, Anne P’pool Crabb, Richmond, Kentucky, c1985.
CALLOWAY – History of Calloway County, Kentucky, 1931: together with sketches of its prominent citizens, past and present, Ledger & Times, Murray, c1931. Reprint.
CAMPBELL – History of Campbell county, Kentucky: read at the Centennial celebration July 4, 1876, Mary Keturah Jones, 1876.
CAMPBELLPictorial and industrial review of northern Kentucky: historical souvenir nineteen hundred and twenty-three Kenton and Campbell Counties, Newport, Kentucky, 1923.
CARLISLE – History and memories of Carlisle County, Ran Graves, Advance-Yeoman, Wickliffe, Kentucky, c1958.
CARROLL – A history of CarrollCcounty, Kentucky: containing the facts before and after 1754, Mary Ann Gentry, Carrollton, Kentucky, c1984.
CARTER – NONE
CASEY – NONE
CHRISTIAN – Counties of Christian and Trigg, Kentucky: historical and biographical, William Henry Perrin, F.A. Battey Publishing, Chicago, Illinois, 1884.
CHRISTIAN –
Counties of Todd and Christian, Kentucky: historical and biographical, J.H. Battle, F.A. Battey, 1884.
CHRISTIANA history of Christian County, Kentucky: from oxcart to airplane, Charles Mayfield, Meacham, Marshall & Bruce, Nashville, Tennessee, 1930.
CLARK – Historical records of the Blue Grass region of Kentucky: Clark County–Winchester edition of wills : formed from Fayette and Bourbon Counties, 1792 : Fayette and Bourbon Counties from Virginia, 1780, Lucy Kate McGhee, Washington, 196_.
CLARKEarly Clark County, Kentucky: a history, 1674-1824, Willard Rouse Jillson, Roberts Printing Company, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1966.
CLAY – Pioneers of Beech Creek, Clay County, Kentucky: including: Hart’s Branch, Sally Lee Branch, Coal Hollow, Lyttleton, Hector O. Goins, Fairfield, Ohio, c1994.
CLINTON – NONE
CRITTENDEN – NONE
CUMBERLAND – History of Cumberland County, Joseph William Wells, Standard printing Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1947.
DAVIESS – History of Daviess County, Kentucky: together with sketches of its cities, villages and townships, educational, religious, civil, military, and political history, portraits of prominent persons, biographies of representative citizens, and an outline history of Kentucky, Inter-state Publishing Company, Chicago, 1883.
EDMONSON – 1825-1900 Edmonson County: the past history and the people who made it, Ricky Carroll, n.p., c1979.
ELLIOTT – NONE
ESTILL – History of Irvine and Estill County, Kentucky, Elbridge Clark Park, Irvine, Kentucky, 1906.
FAYETTE – Historical records of the Blue Grass region of Kentucky : Clark County–Winchester edition of wills : formed from Fayette and Bourbon Counties, 1792 : Fayette and Bourbon Counties from Virginia, 1780, Lucy Kate McGhee, Washington, 196_.
FAYETTEBryan station heroes and heroines: being an historical sketch of Bryan station from 1779 to 1932, including pen sketches of the heroes and heroines, Virginia Webb Howard, Press of the Commercial Printing Company, Lexington, Kentucky, 1932.
FAYETTE History of Fayette County, Kentucky: with an outline sketch of the Ble Grass Region, William Henry Perrin & Robert Peter, O.L. Baskin & Company, 1882. [FamilySearch Film 1,000,050, Item 5]
FLEMING – NONE
FLOYD – Floyd County Sesquicentennial, 1800-1950, Prestonsburg, Kentucky, 1950.
FRANKLINThe history of Franklin County, Kentucky, Lewis Franklin Johnson, Roberts Printing Company, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1912.
FULTON – NONE
GALLATINThe early history of Gallatin County Kentucky: 1798-1948, Carl R. Bogardus, Austin, Indiana, n.d.
GARRARD – Historical sketches of Lancaster and Garrard County, James B. Kinnaird, Louisville, Kentucky, n.d.
GRANT – The history of Grant County: state of Kentucky, Robert H. Elliston, Grant County News, Williamstown, Kentucky, 1951.
GRAVES – NONE
GRAYSON – NONE
GREEN – Historical Green County, Kentucky, n.p., n.d.
GREENUP – History of Greenup County, Kentucky, Nina Mitchell Biggs & Mabel Lee Mackoy, Louisville, Kentucky, 1951.
GREENUPA supplementary edition of A History of Greenup County, Nina Mitchell Biggs, Vantage Press, New York, 1962.
HANCOCK – NONE
HARDIN – Hardin County and her part in World War II, W.M. Boling, Bean Publishing Company, Elizabethtown, Kentucky, 1948.
HARLAN – A history of Harlan County, Mabel Green Condon, Parthenon Press, Nashville, Tennessee, c1962.
HARLANPennyroyal: a nineteenth century chronicle, Virginia Robie, Press Printing and Publishing Company, Fort Meyers, Florida, 1953.
HARRISONHistory of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, William Henry Perrin, O.L. Baskin & Company, Chicago, 1882.
HART – NONE
HENDERSON – Henderson County historical and biographical notes: commemorating the one hundred seventy-fifth anniversary of Kentucky, Henderson County History Genealogical Society, Henderson, Kentucky, 1967.
HENDERSONHistory of Henderson County, Kentucky: comprising history of county and city. . .and biographies of the living and dead, Edmund Lyle Starling, n.p., 1887.
HENRY – History of Henry County, Kentucky, Maude Johnston Drane, c1948.
HICKMAN – Hickman County, Kentucky sesquicentennial historical program notebook, R.E. Graves, Bardwell, Kentucky, 1971. [FamilySearch Film 962260, Item 23]
HOPKINS – Early history of Hopkins County, Maurice K. Gordon, Helen Baker Pearce, Lexington, Kentucky, 1958.
HOPKINSHistory of Hopkins County: an accurate recording of important names and dates associated with the founding and development of Hopkins County, Kentucky, Maurice K. Gordon, Hopkins County Genealogical Society, Madisonville, Kentucky, 1978. Reprint of 1931 serial in Madisonville Messenger.
JACKSON – NONE
JEFFERSON – History of the Ohio Falls Cities and their Counties, Volume 1, L.A. Williams, Cleveland, Ohio, 1882.
JEFFERSON – History of the Ohio Falls Cities and their Counties, Volume 2, L.A. Williams, Cleveland, Ohio, 1882.
JESSAMINE – A history of Jessamine County, Kentucky from its earliest settlement to 1898, Bennett Henderson Young & S.M. Duncan, Courier Journal Printing Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1898.
JESSAMINESketch of Jessamine County, Jessamine Woodson, Jessamine County Historical Society, Nicholasville, Kentucky, 1969.
JOHNSON – Johnson County, Kentucky: a history of the county, and genealogy of its people up to the year 1927, Volume 1, Carl Mitchel Hall, Standard Press, Louisville, Kentucky, c1928.
JOHNSON –
Johnson County, Kentucky: a history of the county, and genealogy of its people up to the year 1927, Volume 2, Carl Mitchel Hall, Standard Press, Louisville, Kentucky, c1928.
KENTON – Pictorial and industrial review of northern Kentucky: historical souvenir nineteen hundred and twenty-three Kenton and Campbell Counties, Newport, Kentucky, 1923.
KENTONCavalcade of Kenton County, University of Kentucky King Library, Lexington, Kentucky, 1954. [FamilySearch Film 9415]
KENTONThe grass roots of Kenton County, Kentucky, Robert S. Tate, c1953.
KNOTT – NONE
KNOX – NONE
LARUE – NONE
LAUREL – NONE
LAWRENCE- NONE
LEE – Lee County yesterday and today, John D. McIntosh & Jane Brandenburg, Lee County High School, Beattysville, Kentucky, 1976.
LESLIE – NONE
LETCHER – NONE
LEWIS – History of Lewis County, Kentucky, O.G. Ragan, Press of Jennings and Graham, Cincinnati, 1912.
LINCOLNEarly Lincoln County History, Shirley Dunn, manuscript, 1964.
LINCOLNLincoln County History, manuscript, n.d. [FamilySearch Film 467391, Item 3]
LIVINGSTONChronicles of a Kentucky Settlement, William Courtney Watts, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, New York & London, 1897.
LIVINGSTON – Index to Livingston County, Ky. history and families, 1796-1960 : biography section, pages 122-490, Juanita Drennan & Mary Singleton, Livingston County Historical and Genealogical Society, Smithland, Kentucky, 1994.
LOGANThe history of Russellville and Logan County, Kentucky: which is to some extent a history of western Kentucky, Alexander C. Finley, Russellville, Kentucky, 1878-1880.
LOGANNotes on Alex C. Finley and his History of Russellville and Logan County, manuscript. [FamilySearch Film 156901, Item 6]
LOGANThe story of Logan County, Edward Coffman, Parthenon Press, Nashville, Tennessee, 1962.
LYON – Profiles of the past: a collection of writings from Lyon County’s historian, Odell Walker, McClanahan Publishing, Kuttawa, Kentucky, c1994.
MCCRACKEN – NONE
MCCREARY – NONE
MCLEAN – NONE
MADISON –
Glimpses of historic Madison County, Kentucky, Jonathan Truman Dorris & Maude Weaver Dorris, Williams Printing Company, Nashville, Tennessee, 1955.
MADISONMadison County, Kentucky : at the foot of the Blue Ridge – its possessions and opportunities, wealth, beauty, hospitality, education, culture, Daily Register Printing, Richmond, Kentucky, 1922. [FamilySearch Film 156889, Item 9]
MAGOFFIN – NONE
MARION – History of Marion County, William T. Knott, typescript, with index by William T. Ward in 1962.
MARIONThe Marion falcon: souvenir supplement, Lebanon and Marion County, Kentucky, The Falcon, Lebanon, Kentucky, 1905. [FamilySearch Film 156896, Item 15]
MARSHALLHistory of Marshall County, Kentucky, with illustration and biographical sketches, Marshall County Genealogical Society, Benton, Kentucky, 1984.
MARSHALLLemon’s hand book of Marshall County: giving its history, advantages, etc. and biographical sketches of its prominent citizens, James R. Lemon, Benton, Kentucky, 1894. [FamilySearch Film 9609]
MARTIN – NONE
MASON –
Bits of Mason County Heritage, Limestone Chapter, DAR, Maysville, Kentucky, c1965.
MASONHistory of Mason County, Kentucky in the World War, 1917-1919, Frank S. Tolle & Fred P. Caldwell, Kentucky Council of Defense. [FamilySearch Film 2116579]
MASONHistory of Maysville and Mason County, Volume 1 (no more published0, Garrett Glenn Clift, Transylvania Printing Company, Lexington, Kentucky, 1936.
MEADE – Early times in Meade County, Kentucky, George L. Ridenour, Western Recorded, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.
MEADEThe history of Meade County, Kentucky 1824-1991, Laura Ellen Young Brown & Marie Coleman, Brandenburg, Kentucky 1991.
MENIFEE – NONE
MERCER – NONE
METCALFE – NONE
MONROE – NONE
MONTGOMERY – NONE
MORGAN –
A brief history of our early life and Morgan County, Kentucky, Harlan R. Brown, Ashland, Kentucky, 1950.
MORGANIndex to Stacy and Nickell’s 1973 “Selections from Morgan County History,” Joe Nickell & Ella T. Nickell, West Liberty, Kentucky, 1983.
MUHLENBERG – Business directory of Greenville and some other information about Greenville and Muhlenberg County, Margaret I. King Library, University of Kentucky, 1953. [FamilySearch Film 156889, Item 2]
MUHLENBERGA history of Muhlenberg County: with more than two hundred illustrations and a complete index, Otto Arthur Rothert, John P. Morton & Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1913.
MUHLENBERGSome sketches of the history of Greenville and Muhlenberg County: Revolutionary war soldiers; courthouses, Gayle R. Carver, Margaret I. King Library, University of Kentucky, 1953. Reprint from Greenville Leader, Greenville, Kentucky, 1937. [FamilySearch Film 156889, Item 8]
NELSON – Early records of Nelson County, Nora Lee McGee, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1968. [FamilySearch Film 467410]
NICHOLAS – History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, William Henry Perrin, O.L. Baskin & Company, Chicago, 1882.
OHIO – Fogle’s papers: a history of Ohio County, Kentucky, McDowell A. Fogle, McDowell Publications, Hartford, Kentucky, 1977.
OHIOA history of Ohio County, Kentucky, McDowell Addington Fogle, Ohio County Historical Society, 196_.
OHIOOhio County, Kentucky in the olden days : a series of old newspaper sketches of fragmentary history, Harrison D. Taylor & Mary Taylor Logan, John P. Morton & Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926.
OWEN – Owen County, Kentucky, sesquicentennial celebration: official program, 1819-1969, typescript, c1969. [FamilySearch Film 83=23590, Item 5]
OWSLEY – NONE
PENDLETON Pendleton County: the first 200 years, Mildred Bowen Belew, Butler, Kentucky, n.d.
PERRY – NONE
PIKE – NONE
POWELL – NONE
PULASKI – A history of Pulaski County, Kentucky, Alma Owens Tibbals, n.d.
ROBERTSON – Echoes from the century, 1867-1967, T. Ross Moore, Mt. Olivet, Kentucky, 1967.
ROCKCASTLE – Rockcastle recollections, John Lair & J. Allen Singleton, Polly House Publications, Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, c1991.
ROWAN – NONE
RUSSELL – NONE
SCOTT – History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, William Henry Perrin, O.L. Baskin & Company, Chicago, 1882.
SCOTTThe B.O. Gaines history of Scott County, B.O. Gaines, Frye Printing Company, Georgetown, Kentucky, 1961.
SCOTTHistory of Scott County, Kentucky, Index, B.O. Gaines, 1968. [FamilySearch Film 467412]
SCOTTPageant of Scott County history, 1774-1924; presented on Saturday, May 31, 1924 on Georgetown College campus, Fr4ederick William Eberhardt, Georgetown, Kentucky, 1924.
SHELBYHistory of Shelby County, Kentucky, George L. Willis, Shelby County Genealogical-Historical Society, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.
SHELBYSome old time history of Shelbyville and Shelby County, Ed. D. Shinnick, Shelby County Historical Society, Shelbyville, Kentucky, 1984.
SIMPSON – History of Simpson County, 1819-1969, Simpson County Kentucky Sesquicentennial Committee, 1969.
SPENCER – Spencer County 1824-1974, Taylorsville 1799-1974, Mary Frances Brown, 1974.
TAYLOR – Early Taylor County History, Robert Lee Nesbitt, News-Journal, Campbellsville, 1941.
TODD – Counties of Todd and Christian, Kentucky: historical and biographical, J.H. Battle, F.A. Battey, 1884.
TRIGG – Counties of Christian and Trigg, Kentucky: historical and biographical, William Henry Perrin, F.A. Battey Publishing, Chicago, Illinois, 1884.
TRIGGTrigg County, Kentucky Historical Articles, Volume 1, Don Simmons, A.C. Burnett, Cadiz Record, Melber, Kentucky, n.d.
TRIGGTrigg County, Kentucky Historical Articles, Volume 2, Don Simmons, A.C. Burnett, Cadiz Record, Melber, Kentucky, n.d.
TRIGGTrigg County, Kentucky Historical Articles, Volume 3, Don Simmons, A.C. Burnett, Cadiz Record, Melber, Kentucky, n.d.
TRIGGTrigg County, Kentucky Historical Articles, Volume 4, Don Simmons, A.C. Burnett, Cadiz Record, Melber, Kentucky, n.d.
TRIGGTrigg County, Kentucky Historical Articles, Volume 5, Don Simmons, A.C. Burnett, Cadiz Record, Melber, Kentucky, n.d.
TRIMBLE – The Trimble Banner bi-centennial, 1974: supplement to the Trimble Banner Democrat, 1974.
TRIMBLE Trimble County: the way God and man have fashioned it, Byron Bacon Black, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, c1915. [FamilySearech Film 156896, Item 6]
UNIONHistory of Union County, Kentucky: a complete account of the settlement, organization and government of the county, together with facts and figures concerning the society, professions, commerce, industries, agriculture, coal, railroads, educati on, religion and other institutions and resources of the county, and biographical sketches of its leading citizens, Courier Company, Evansville, Indiana, 1886.
UNION – A comprehensive index to “The history of Union County, Kentucky”: Evansville Courier Company, Evansville, Indiana, 1886, Dennis Kirchner & Peyton Heady, Morganfield, Kentucky.
UNIONUnion county, Kentucky past and present, Writers’ Program, Schuhmann Print Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1941
WARREN – NONE
WASHINGTON – NONE
WAYNEA century of Wayne County, Kentucky, 1800-1900, Augusta Phillip Johnson, Standard Printing Company, Louisville, Kentucky.
WEBSTER – NONE
WHITLEY – NONE
WOLFE – Early and modern history of Wolfe County, Wolfe County Woman’s Club, Campton, Kentucky, c1956.
WOODFORD – History of Woodford County, William Edward Railey, Roberts Printing Company, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1928.

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