Category Archives: Kentucky

Bourbon County, Kentucky

The county seat of Bourbon County is Paris. It is one of Kentucky's nine original counties and of course has an historical association…
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Bell County, Kentucky

Bell County, Kentucky

The county seat of Bell County, Kentucky is Pineville. The county was formed in 1867, from parts of Knox and Harlan counties. It…
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bath county, kentucky

Bath County, Kentucky

The county seat of Bath County is Owingsville. The county was formed in 1811. Government Bath County Court House Address40 Slate Ave Owingsville,…
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Barren County, Kentucky

The county seat of Barren County is Glasgow. The county was founded on December 20, 1798 from parts of Warren and Green counties.…
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Allen County, Kentucky

Allen County Government The Allen County Clerk records various real estate documents, including deeds, mortgages and tax liens. Other documents include marriage and…
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Adair County, Kentucky

Adair County's town square is a cornerstone of the community with an abundance of history, featuring a central courthouse and 19th Century buildings…
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Ballard County, Kentucky

Comprising an area of 254 square miles, Ballard County, the ninety-third county in order of formation, was established on February 15, 1842, out…
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Anderson County, Kentucky

Anderson County was formed in 1827.  Its county seat is Lawrenceburg. The county is named for Richard Clough Anderson, a Kentucky Legislator, U.S.…
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Kentucky Repositories

Kentucky is one of five states making up the Upper South region. The state has 120 counties. The largest city in Kentucky is…
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