Adair County’s town square is a cornerstone of the community with an abundance of history, featuring a central courthouse and 19th Century buildings and churches. This county is the home of Lindsey Wilson College.
The Adair County Clerk keeps land records such as plats, mortgage, liens, deeds, corporate records and wills. Also, online records may be searched from the website for electronic land records and delinquent taxes.
- 424 Public Square, Suite 3
- Phone 270-384-2801 or 270-384-4007
- Fax 270-384-4805
The County Circuit Court Clerk is responsible for managing the records of Circuit and District courts, Kentucky’s trial courts.
- Adair County Judicial Center
- 201 Campbellsville St., Suite 101Columbia, KY 42728
- Phone 270-384-2626
- Fax 270-384-4299
The Adair County Public Library is in Columbia, KY. They have free computers and free wifi. Also, there is a genealogy department that has collections of family histories, indexes to records, cemetery transcriptions, family history files, and more. They also have some bordering county information and State information.
- 307 Greensburg Street Columbia, Kentucky 42728
- Phone 270-384-2472
Lindsey Wilson College has archives and special collections. Some examples of items in the collection are materials on the history of the college, materials on the history of the United Methodist Church, a collection of old Bibles, an oral history collection, assorted old and rare books, and digital items as well.
- 210 Lindsey Wilson St.
- Columbia, Kentucky 42728
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 270-284-8102
ADAIR COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
- P. O. Box 613, Columbia, KY 42728