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The Kentucky Birth Records Index is one of the larger archives on file, with as many as 6,, birth records in its impressive collection. The records in this collection span nearly a century, dating from to All of the records and birth certificates in this collection and were retrieved from the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, where they are also currently stored. Individuals can learn more information about the Kentucky Birth Records Index by visiting the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives website.

Information Available In This Collection

There are a variety of vital statistics included in the Kentucky Birth Records Index for individuals born in the state during this time frame. Some of the facts you will find in the archive include the first, middle and last name of the person, as well as the official date and location of the birth. When available, the records will also list the first and last name of the mother. To make retrieval of specific documents from this extensive file a little easier, a birth certificate number and volume number where the birth certificate is precisely located will also be featured.

About the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives

The birth records of the Kentucky Birth Records Index are held by the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives. For more information about the archives or to obtain original copies of the birth records in this collection, contact the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives at:

Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives
Coffee Tree Road
Frankfort, KY

The Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives holds Kentucky's city, county and state government records, including: birth records from to ; death records from to ; marriage records; census and military records; judicial records; wills and deeds; and state agency records. All of the records contained in this collection have a permanent retention, meaning that they will never be destroyed. You can visit the Archives Research Room in person, or access the information online. Requests for specific documents can also be mailed to the address listed above.

The Archives Research Room of the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives is open to the public Monday through Friday, from a.m. to p.m. All visitors must register with security before entering the Archives Research Room. If you live within the state of Kentucky, there is a "search and copy" fee for each genealogical reference request. Those living out of state and requesting copies of official documents are assessed a $15 fee. If you are searching for birth certificates that date prior to , they can be found according to city, and then downloaded and viewed on the website for the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives.


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Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics

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VitalChek is the authorized external ordering source for fast, secure vital records processed directly with the issuing government agency at the lowest cost available online. That means, unlike other online services, your application won’t get lost in the mail or sent to another service for processing. We process all of our orders through secure online data connections with the issuing government agencies. We don’t have your personal data laying around and everything is done through secure, PCI compliant online data transmission with the government agencies directly. That also means we get to “skip the line” for processing ahead of mail in applications, making our service the fastest available (of course we can’t speed up the agencies themselves, but we do everything we can to keep things moving!).

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Delayed Birth Certificate Records for Kentucky


Special thanks to Mary Hatton (transcription), Jerry Taylor (formatting), Suzanne Shepherd (extraction) and all other KyArch file managers who worked on getting this information organized, distributed and available for our genealogical research web sites.


    Kentucky started keeping birth and death records in , stopped in , started again in , but did not mandate this information be kept until 1 January Before that date, births and deaths were recorded at the county level and copies were forwarded to the state each year. Surviving birth records are mostly for the years , and Due to official indifference regarding record keeping statewide, a lot of births were not recorded for many of the years before (The records for have been indexed for the entire state. That index is available at KDLA.)
    People lacking official certificates were able to file delayed birth certificates with the state. This became common due to the requirements of the newly formed Social Security Administration and military service. According to Roseann Hogan, "Kentuckians have filed over a half-million of these delayed certificates Social Security, for a time, accepted completed certificates that were not filed with the Department of Vital Statistics in Frankfort. Therefore, it is possible, that even if no official certificate can be found in Frankfort, a certificate may have been filed with Social Security or other government agencies." (Ref: Kentucky Ancestry, page 79)  Delayed birth certificates contain name, age, date of birth, place of birth, sex, race, parents' names, which is similar to regular birth certificates. Plus two older witnesses, one related one unrelated.


    These KyArchive posted records have been subdivided for easier web access via the Internet for each Kentucky county with over 45, names transcribed.  Alternate text formats, file compression and discretionary record management will be experienced for research purposes relative to the individual archive file manager.  Problems accessing the information should be reported to the KyArchive State File Manager or Assistant to obtain help.  Due to the enormous size of the complete record file, it is maintained in the Microsoft Excel format.  Please contact the respective KyArchive County File Manager for assistance in searching any specific individual surname.
    The KYGENWEB Project has also provided some of this resource information on their respective county web sites.  Those KyGW County Coordinators can also provide assistance for a specific county search where available.


Excel Viewer - Use this link to download a utility for opening Excel format (*.xls) files if you do not have Microsoft Excel on your computer.

KY Delayed Birth Records - The complete file is very large (7 Mb) and in Excel format.
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Unknown County of Record - This file contains surnames with no associated county of birth noted on the certificate.

KyArchive Counties - This FTP web site will access all KyArchive county stored files.  The birth record files archived are much smaller in size.

KyArchive Project - Access to the KyARCH state web site.  The individual county birth record archived files are much smaller in size.

KyGenWeb Project - Access the project state web site and jump to individual county home pages.

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The Health Department does not provide copies of official birth and death certificates locally. They must be obtained from the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics.

Northern Kentucky residents wishing to obtain an official copy of a birth or death certificate have four options:

  1. Go to one of the Health Department&#;s county health centers to obtain a birth or death certificate application. The health centers are generally open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. The Health Department&#;s staff can provide help filling out the application, but you are responsible for mailing the completed application to the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics in Frankfort.
  2. Call the VitalChek Call Center at to order a copy of the birth or death certificate by phone. Note that you must have a major credit card to pay for the processing and mailing of the certificate when ordering by phone.
  3. Order the birth or death certificate online at http://www.vitalcheck.com. Note that you must have a major credit card to pay for the processing and mailing of the certificate when ordering online.
  4. Go to the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics in Frankfort to request a copy in person. The office is located at E. Main St., Frankfort, Ky. and is open from 8 a.m. to p.m., Monday-Friday, excluding state holidays.

Please note:  The Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics has specific procedures that must be followed in order to obtain birth or death certificates.  These procedures can change without notice.  Please read their Business Procedure for Accepting Walk-In/Mail/Phone Orders before attempting to obtain any records.

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Kentucky

Birth

Event: Birth

Cost of copy: $

Address:
Office of Vital Statistics
Department for Public Health
Cabinet for Health and Family Services
East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY

Remarks: State office has records since January

Personal check or money order should be made payable to Kentucky State Treasurer. To verify current fees, the telephone number is () Information on how to obtain certified copies is also available via the Kentucky Department for Public Health, Vital Records and Genealogy Information websiteexternal icon.


Event: Stillbirth

Cost of copy: $

Address:
Office of Vital Statistics
Department for Public Health
Cabinet for Health and Family Services
East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY

Remarks: State office has records since January

Personal check or money order should be made payable to Kentucky State Treasurer. To verify current fees, the telephone number is () Information on how to obtain certified copies is also available via the Kentucky Department for Public Health, Vital Records and Genealogy Information websiteexternal icon.

Death

Event: Death

Cost of copy: $

Address:
Office of Vital Statistics
Department for Public Health
Cabinet for Health and Family Services
East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY

Remarks: State office has records since January

Personal check or money order should be made payable to Kentucky State Treasurer. To verify current fees, the telephone number is () Information on how to obtain certified copies is also available via the Kentucky Department for Public Health, Vital Records and Genealogy Information websiteexternal icon.

Marriage

Event: Marriage (State)

Cost of copy: $

Address:
Office of Vital Statistics
Department for Public Health
Cabinet for Health and Family Services
East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY

Remarks: Records since June


Event: Marriage (County)

Cost of copy: Varies

Address: See remarks

Remarks: Clerk of County Court in county where license was issued.

Divorce

Event: Divorce (State)

Cost of copy: $

Address:
Office of Vital Statistics
Department for Public Health
Cabinet for Health and Family Services
East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY

Remarks: Records since June


Event: Divorce (county)

Cost of copy: Varies

Address: See remarks

Remarks: Clerk of County Court in county where license was issued.

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Kentucky Vital Records

Introduction to Vital Records[edit | edit source]

Vital Records consist of births, adoptions, marriages, divorces, and deaths recorded on registers, certificates, and documents. United States Vital Records has additional research guidance on researching and using vital records. A copy or an extract of most original records can be purchased from the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services - Department of Public Health or the County Clerk's office of the county where the event occurred. See also Kentucky Statewide Indexes and Collections at the Family History Library.

Kentucky Birth, Marriage and Death Records Online[edit | edit source]

The following is a list of online resources useful for locating Kentucky Vital Records which consist of births, adoptions, marriages, divorces, and deaths. Most online resources for Kentucky Vital Records are indexes. After locating a person in an index always consult the original record to confirm the information in the index.

  • Kentucky Vital Records Index Death index ; Marriage index ; Divorce index - Free
  • Kentucky Births and Christenings, Index to birth records. Not all records are complete for early years.
  • Kentucky Marriages, Index to marriage records. Not all records are complete for early years.
  • Kentucky, County Marriages, Index and images to Kentucky County marriages. This collection is incomplete, but as more records are indexed, they will be added. –Free
  • Kentucky Death Records, Includes index and images. $
  • Kentucky Deaths, - - Index ($).
  • Kentucky, Death Records, Index to death records. -Free
  • Kentucky Births, - - Index ($).
  • Kentucky Marriages, - - Index ($).
  • Kentucky Deaths and Burials, Index to death records. Not all records are complete for early years. -Free
  • Search the Kentucky Birth, Marriage & Death Records at Ancestry.com - $ includes images of all of known existing births and deaths, and many marriages records.
  • Order Kentucky Certificates online - $ Birth and death records from to the present. Marriage and divorce records from June
  • Kentucky Death Records & Indexes (deathindexes.com)

A wiki article describing an online collection is found at:

Kentucky Births and Christenings - FamilySearch Historical Records

Birth and Death Records[edit | edit source]

Birth and Death Records Prior to

No births or deaths were recorded by civil authorities before You may find some information on pre births and deaths in genealogies, histories, church and Bible records, and collections of personal papers.

There are many collections, books, etc. that have been created to fill this gap in the civil records. One such book is "Kentucky Obituaries " [1]

Birth, Marriage, and Death Records, –

Kentucky law required counties to record births, marriages, and deaths as early as Unfortunately, this law was repealed in Registration was again attempted from to and sporadically from to Although compliance with the early registration laws was inconsistent, the records which do exist are a good resource for genealogists.

The Department for Libraries and Archives has the records for to The Family History Library, Kentucky Historical Society, Filson Club, and other Kentucky repositories have copies of many of these records. Some of these have been extracted, and the names appear on the FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index. Records at the Family History Library include:

  • Kentucky Vital Records: –. [2]The records are arranged alphabetically by county.
  • Kentucky Vital Records. [3]This includes Kentucky Births , –; Marriages –, –; Deaths –, –
  • The Kentucky Historical Society has an incomplete index to the records. This index is printed in The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society FHL Book B2k in volumes and To find a descripton of the time periods and records covered by this index consult PERSI.

Birth and Death Records, –Present

Beginning 1 January , Kentucky again required the registration of births and deaths. Registration was generally complied with by The Family History Library has birth and death indexes and death records covering this period:

Application forms and instructions for birth, death, and marriage certificates can be acquired from the Office of Vital Statistics.

Kentucky death certificates are also on microfilm at the Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives, beginning with Another resource for researching Kentucky birth and death indexes from to can be found at the Kentucky Room of the Lexington Central Public Library, the Louisville Free Public Library, the Kenton County Public Library, and many other libraries across Kentucky. See Kentucky Archives and Libraries for their addresses. The Kentucky Room contains bound volumes of birth and death indexes for to  which were created by the Office of Vital Statistics. Microfiche is available for to (only to for deaths). The births are indexed by name of the child and name of the mother.


Additonal copies of Kentucky vital records indexes:

Birth and Death Records Kept by Cities before

Before , several major cities kept separate records of births and deaths. The most complete collection of pre city births is at the Office of Vital Statistics. It has records for the following cities. Records for Louisville FHL Film (first of 23) and Newport FHL Film are also at the Family History Library.

Kentucky Cities with Early Birth and Death Records

CityBirthDeath
Louisville
Lexington
Covington
Newport
Bellvue


The Department of Archives and Libraries and the Kentucky Historical Society have copies of some of these city records. The Lexington Public Library also has copies of the Lexington records. The Filson Club and the Family History Library have copies of the Louisville and Newport records.

Marriage Records[edit | edit source]

County marriage records are the earliest and most complete vital records for Kentucky. The records that have survived usually begin within a few years of each county’s organization. Lincoln, Fayette, and Jefferson Counties have marriage records dating from the s. Marriages prior to were under Virginia law.

Marriage records from the earliest dates to the present are kept by the county clerk for each county. Since , duplicates have been sent to the Office of Vital Statistics.

The most complete collection of early marriage record is in the Department of Libraries and Archives. Major archives such as the University of Kentucky Library have microfilm copies of marriage records for many Kentucky counties. The Family History Library has microfilm copies of most of the existing county marriage records from the beginning dates to about Many of these have been extracted and appear on the International Genealogical Index (IGI). The IGI records are available at:


Many published marriage records which are available include:

  • Early to Kentucky Marriages, Early to A Research Tool. [5]The names are arranged in alphabetical order.
  • United States Marriages – Kentucky, ($) index and images
  • Kentucky, County Marriages, at Ancestry.com ($)
  • Kentucky Marriages, –. [6]
  • Kentucky Marriages, at Ancestry.com ($)
  • Kentucky Marriages, at Ancestry.com ($)
  • Kentucky, –. [7]This does not circulate to Family History Centers. These are images of the original records. It contains approximately , names. It is also indexed in FamilyFinder Index and Viewer (see the "Census" page).
  • Kentucky, Marriage Records, at Ancestry.com ($)
  • Kentucky, Marriage Index, at Ancestry.com ($)
  • Kentucky Marriage Records. [8]An index is included with this record.
  • Kentucky Marriage Records - by county at Ancestry.com ($)
  • Kentucky Records: Early Wills and Marriages Copied from Court House Records by Regents, Historians and the State Historian, Old Bible Records and Tombstone Inscriptions, Records from Barren, Bath, Bourbon, Clark, Daviess, Fayette, Harrison, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mason, Montgomery, Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, Scott, and Shelby Counties. , . [9]An index is included with this record.
  • Marriage Records. [10] This does not circulate to Family History Centers. It contains marriage records for many Kentucky counties from the late s to the early s as well as marriage records from Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Tennessee. Dates vary with the county. It is also indexed in FamilyFinder Index and Viewer (see Kentucky Census).


Beginning in , Kentucky again required statewide registration of marriages. These records have been indexed and are found at the Office of Vital Statistics. The Family History Library does not have copies of these records. They do, however, have an statewide index to marriages covering to in Kentucky.

  • Marriage Indexes, –. [11]This record has separate bride and groom indexes.

Wiki articles describing online collecitons are found at:

Gretna Greens. Many eloping couples went to Maysville, Mason County and Pike County, Kentucky to be married avoiding the waiting period between the time of issuing a license and the performance of the marriage. Others may have crossed the Ohio River and gone to places like Aberdeen or Cincinnati in Ohio, or even to Evansville, Indiana.[12][13]

Death Records[edit | edit source]

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Because much of the information about the availability of death records in Kentucky is similar to birth records, see the discussion about these records under the heading Births and Deaths.

  • Kentucky Obituaries, at Ancestry.com (Free[14]/$)
  • Kentucky Deaths and Burials, is an index to many of these records. Not all records are complete for early years.
  • - Kentucky, Death Records, at Ancestry.com ($)
  • –, – - The Kentucky Historical Society has an incomplete index to the to and to death records. An index to these recordes is found in the FHL film (first of 28 films)Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, volumes and . To see an index to the titles in these volumes consult PERSI.
  • - Kentucky Death Records, ($) Includes index and images.
  • , , - For an index to deaths occurring during the , , and census years, see: Index, Kentucky Mortality Records, for the Year ending June, , , . [15]These records are arranged by year and list the name of the deceased and the page number in the original records.
  • - Kentucky Death Certificates, – [16]The death certificates are arranged by year, by month, and then alphabetically by county. The certificate numbers are continuous for each year.
  • - Kentucky Death Records, at FamilySearch — index
  • - Kentucky Death Index, – [17]The index contains the deceased’s name, death date and place, age, and place of residence as well as the volume and certificate number.
  • - Kentucky Death Index, at Ancestry.com ($)

Cause of Death[edit | edit source]

  • Causes of Death - use this resource when trying to interpret a disease or medical condition listed on a death record or certificate

Divorce Records[edit | edit source]

In most cases, divorces from to were only granted by the Kentucky state legislature.  For short time in January , circuit courts had the power to grant divorces.  A published list of divorces from to can be found in the periodical Blue Grass Roots (FHL B2b) beginning with the Spring issue.  These articles are indexed in the Periodical Source Index.  They are not indexed by surname, only by the title of the article. Some divorce records may be found in the Acts of Kentucky prior to

In , authority was given to county circuit courts to grant divorces.  These records can be requested from the Clerk of the County Court.  Some Circuit Clerk offices may have records as early as The Family History Library has divorce records from some Kentucky counties. These records may be found under court records or vital records of the individual county.   Since divorce records have been filed in Frankfort on a state-wide basis. Send for these records to the Office of Vital Statistics. By , the word divorce was replaced with the term "dissolution of marriage".

Additional Helps[edit | edit source]

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • Information listed on vital records is given by an informant.  Learn the relationship of the informant to the subject(s) of the record.  The closer the relationship of the informant to the subject(s) and whether or not the informant was present at the time of the event can help determine the accuracy of the information found on the record.
  • If you are unable to locate vital records recorded by governments, search for church records of christening, marriage, death or burial,  A family Bible may have been used to record births, marriages and deaths.
  • Records for African American may be recorded in separate files with separate indexes.
  • Privacy laws may restrict your access to some vital records.  Copies of some vital records recorded in the last years may be unavailable to anyone except a direct relative.
  • Search for Vital Records in the FamilySearch Catalog by using a Place Search and then choosing Vital Records.  Search for Kentucky to locate records filed by the State and then search the name of the county to locate records kept by the county.

Research Guides[edit | edit source]

You can learn more about Kentucky vital records in:

  • A Guide to Kentucky Birth, Marriage and Death Records, –[18]This book shows the birth, marriage, and death records available for each county and the years they were recorded.

See United States Vital Records for more detailed information on the value and content of vital records. For divorce records, see the "Divorce Records" section.

To find vital records, consult the Place Search of the FamilySearch Catalog under:

KENTUCKY- VITAL RECORDS
KENTUCKY, [COUNTY]- VITAL RECORDS
KENTUCKY, [COUNTY], [TOWN]- VITAL RECORDS

Burned, Lost or Missing Records[edit | edit source]

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Kentucky Counties with Burned Courthouses

See the heading "Record Loss" in each individual county.
For further information on researching in burned counties, see the following:

Substitute Records[edit | edit source]

These links will take you to wiki pages describing alternate sources for birth, marriage and death records.

  • Church Records: Depending on the denomination, church records may contain information about birth, marriage and death.
  • Cemetery Records: Cemetery records are a rich source of birth and death information.  These records may also reveal family relationships.
  • Census Records: Census records are a valuable source for birth and marriage information. You may also determine approximate time of death when the individual disappear from the census. This is a good place to begin a search.
  • Military Records:  Military pension records can give birth, marriage and death information,  In addtion, soldiers' homes records can included this same information.
  • Newspapers: Besides obituaries, local newspapers may contain birth and marriage announcements and death notices.  Also check newspaper social columns for additional information. 
  • Obituaries: Obituaries found in newspapers can list the age of the deceased, birth date and place, death date and place, and names of living relatives and their residences.
  • Periodicals: Local genealogical and historical societies often publish periodicals which may contain abstracted early birth, marriage and death information.
  • Probate Records: If no death record exists, probate records may be helpful in estimating when an individual has died. Probate records in the 20th Century often contain the exact death date.
  • History:  Local histories, family histories and biographies can all be sources of birth, marriage and death information. Often this information is found in county-level records or in surname searches of the FamilySearch Catalog.

More Online Links[edit | edit source]


Family History Library Vital Records Collections

This is a collection of Family History Library records which are abstracted, indexed and titled the Kentucky Vital Records Index. For over 30 years, volunteer indexers extracted this information from microfilm copies of the original records. In , a few of the entries were published on 7 CDs by the Family History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as the "North America Vital Records Index." This index is an index of the births, marriages, and deaths throughout Kentucky. The index is not necessarily complete for any particular place or region.

These records are available online for free at FamilySearch.org.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ↑G. Glenn Clift, published by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.
  2. ↑Frankfort, Kentucky: Kentucky Division of Archives and Records, (FHL film
  3. ↑Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, (FHL film
  4. ↑Kentucky. Office of Vital Statistics. Birth Index, –. [Frankfort, Kentucky: Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics], (FHL fiche , first of fiche
  5. ↑Bountiful, Utah: Precision Indexing, (FHL
  6. ↑Clift, Garrett Glenn. Kentucky Marriages, –. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub., , FHL film item 11, edition
  7. ↑Liahona Research (Orem, Utah), (Family History Library compact disc no.9 part [on 4 discs].)
  8. ↑The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub., (FHL Collection )
  9. ↑Ardery, Julia Hoge Spencer. Kentucky Records: Early Wills and Marriages Copied from Court House Records by Regents, Historians and the State Historian, Old Bible Records and Tombstone Inscriptions, Records from Barren, Bath, Bourbon, Clark, Daviess, Fayette, Harrison, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mason, Montgomery, Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, Scott, and Shelby Counties. , . Reprint, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing, , ( FHL fiche
  10. ↑Orem, Utah: Automated Archives, (Family History Library compact disc no. 9 part 2.)
  11. ↑Office of Vital Statistics. Marriage Indexes, –. Frankfort, Kentucky: Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics, (FHL Collection Set of fiche beginning with )
  12. ↑Arlene H. Eakle, "Have you searched and searched for a marriage without finding it?" in Genealogy Blog at http://www.arleneeakle.com/wordpress//02/19/have-you-searched-and-searched-for-the-marriage-without-finding-it/ (accessed 8 January ).
  13. ↑Arlene H. Eakle, "Charles H. Browning and Your Genealogy" in Genealogy Blog at http://www.arleneeakle.com/wordpress//11/30/charles-h-browning-and-your-genealogy/ (accessed 8 January )
  14. ↑May be used for free at Family History Center. To locate a center near you, click here.
  15. ↑[N.p.], – ({FHL||item|disp=FHL book V23di, FHL film Item 1}}
  16. ↑Kentucky. Office of Vital Statistics. Kentucky Death Certificates, –. Frankfort, Kentucky: Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics, – FHL film (first of films)
  17. ↑Kentucky. Office of Vital Statistics. Kentucky Death Index, –. [Frankfort, Kentucky: Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics], (FHL Collection
  18. ↑Duff, Jeffrey Michael. A Guide to Kentucky Birth, Marriage and Death Records, –. Frankfort, Kentucky: Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives. Public Records Division, (FHL Collection Book)
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