Early Kentucky Settlers: The Records of Jefferson County, Kentucky, from the Filson Club History Quarterly
Genealogical Publishing Com, 1988 - Reference - 505 pages
Excerpted from the important Filson Club History Quarterly, this work has transcripts of the earliest Jefferson County, Kentucky records known to exist--wills, deeds, surveys, administrations, inventories, and poll lists. These records are a unique body of information on early Jefferson County and its people.
The records reprinted in this book are: Minute Books A and 1 (1781-1785); Will Books 1 and 2 (1784-1833); Bond and Power of Attorney Book 1 (1783-1798); and Division Book 1 (1797-1832).
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Minute Book No 1 April 6 1784December 7 1785 from Vol 6 Jan 1932 3871 Apr 1932 12448 July 1932 26193 Oct 1932 383416
Will Books 1 and 2 April 1784December 1833 from Vol 6 Jan 1932 137 April 1932 149204 July 1932 294340
Calendar of Bond and Power of Attorney Book No 1 17831798 from Vol 7 Jan 1933 3456 Apr 1933 94116 July 1933 15469
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