1 edition of Early church records of the Big Reedy area of Edmonson and Butler Counties in Kentucky found in the catalog.
Early church records of the Big Reedy area of Edmonson and Butler Counties in Kentucky
Fay Parsley Brown
|Statement||copied by Fay Parsley Brown, Betty Porter Tomes.|
|Contributions||Tomes, Betty Jean Porter, 1931-|
|LC Classifications||F457.E2 B76 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||85239788|
Edmonson County is a county located in the U.S. state of of the census, the population Its county seat is Brownsville. The county was formed in and named for Captain John "Jack" Edmonson (–), who was killed at the Battle of Frenchtown during the War of This is a dry county where the sale of alcohol is prohibited. Edmonson County, Kentucky History and Genealogy. Edmonson County, Kentucky is included in our title: The History of Kentucky - Edition 3. This title includes the history and genealogy for a total of thirteen different south central Kentucky counties.
Edmonson County Kentucky Genealogy Pages Southgate Mall Leitchfield: f Warren, Grayson and of Hart The Legislature took that part That neither of them cared to own; These pieces were together thrown. So Edmonson, they say, was made, With little to . Butler County is a county located in the US state of of the United States Census, the population Its county seat is Morgantown. The county was formed in , becoming Kentucky's 53rd county. Butler County is included in the Bowling Green, KY Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Let's work together in this endeavor! This Project is about remembering our dead and preserving our history!!! If you would like to transcribe data for this Project, or you have already done cemetery surveys and would like to share that work with the world, please let us hear from you. Nolin Lake State Park, located just north of the dam, covers an area of acres in Edmonson County. Not only is Nolin Lake a recreational area, but it's also a drinking water source for Edmonson County. This levee was constructed to control flooding along the Big Reedy Creek drainage in Edmonson .
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Probate records are held by the Edmonson County, Kentucky Genealogy Clerk of Court and are housed at the Edmonson County, Kentucky Genealogy Courthouse.
Microfilmed records can be found online at Kentucky, Probate Records, for Caldwell, Henry, Hickman, Russell and Trimble counties. Edmonson County, Kentucky: Bell Key Cemetery located in Rhoda, Kentucky between Hwy and Big Reedy Church Cemetery Edmonson County, Kentucky: Big Reedy Church Cemetery is located on Hwyabout two miles past the intersection with on the right side of the road.
Bransford Cemetery Edmonson County, Kentucky. Guide to Edmonson County, Kentucky ancestry, genealogy and family history, birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, and military records.
Edmonson County Kentucky Genealogy and History. County Seat: Brownville Try our genealogy search engine. Search Free Edmonson County Kentucky Genealogy and Family History Records Online including census, cemetery, vital, military and other genealogical and historical records that can be used for your family history research.
Edmonson County, Kentucky genealogy and family history page is. USA (1,) > Kentucky (41,) > Kentucky Cemetery Records (22,) > Edmonson County Cemetery Records () Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level.
Statewide collections are found on the Kentucky Cemetery Records page. Note: Burial locations are often listed in death records and obituaries.
The church Stevens is talking about is the First Baptist Church of Edmonson. It’s the largest structure still standing in the town. The grocery store and Methodist Church collapsed in the late s. “We arrived in Edmonson around nightfall on the second day,” Stevens said.
“Julie wasn’t feeling too hot and it was beginning to sprinkle. Edmonson County, Kentucky was created on Janu from Grayson County, Hart County and Warren county was named in honor of John Edmonson (–), military captain killed at the Battle of Frenchtown.
Edmonson County is bordered by Grayson County (north), Hart County (east), Barren County (southeast), Warren County (southwest), Butler County (west). Mount Pleasant Cemetery Burial Index Big Reedy, Edmonson County, KY. Home; Mount Pleasant Cemetery Burial Index Big Reedy, Edmonson County, KY. Mount Pleasant Cemetery Burial Index Big Reedy, Edmonson County, KY.
Mount Pleasant Cemetery Burial Index Big Reedy, Edmonson County, KY. Leave a reply. year history of Christ (Little Tulpehocken) Church WorldCat.
A Copy of the records of Rev. B.E. Kramlich of Kutztown, Berks County, Pennsylvania Family History Library. A Genealogical record of members composing the Society of Friends or Quakers resident at some time in Berks County, Pennsylvania: or attached to the meetings located in said county Family History Library.
Edmonson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Kentucky. As of the census, the population  Its county seat is Brownsville. The county was formed in and named for Captain John "Jack" Edmonson (–), who was killed at the Battle of Frenchtown during the War of  The sale of alcohol is currently prohibited in Edmonson County.
Edmonson. Edmonson County Kentucky. A part of GENEALOGY TRAILS. County History. Edmonson County was formed in The County seat is Brownsville. The County is named for Captain John Edmonson, hero in the War ofhonored after the Battle of River Raisin.
Edmonson County, Kentucky Churches: A listing of all the Churches in Edmonson County, KY with maps, driving directions, and a local area search function.
Mount Pleasant Cemetery is located in the northwest corner of Edmonson County, Kentucky near the borders of Grayson and Butler counties. The cemetery is adjacent to Mt. Pleasant Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The surrounding area is known as Big Reedy. A Free Genealogy Database For Edmonson Co.
Kentucky Cemeteries Oak Hill Cemetery Records shared by. Located on Oak Hill Church Rd in the Mohawk or Oak Grove Community of Brownsville, KY. There are several graves with unreadable funeral markers and old flat stones with no names.
Up to date as of June 6, Cemetery walked and. Church Records. Edmonson County Church Records (Source: USGenWeb Kentucky Archives) Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Swedish American Church Records, includes Templars Spring (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Court and Legal Records.
County Order books, (Source: FamilySearch). Mount Pleasant Cemetery is located in the northwest corner of Edmonson County, Kentucky near the borders of Grayson and Butler counties. The cemetery is adjacent to Mt. Pleasant Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The surrounding area is known as Big Reedy.
Big Reedy is approximately 25 miles (40 km) due north of Bowling Green, or 13 miles south of.Former Edmonson Man Wanted For Murder Arrested After Edmonson Voice Reader Tips Police Historic Year Old Courthouse Bell To Be Restored, Put On Display Man Accused Of Assaulting, Dragging Good Samaritan After Crash In Mammoth Cave Park.EDMONSON COUNTY was formed inand was the seventy-ninth organized in the State.
Hart, Warren, and Grayson contributed to its territory, and it was named in honor of Capt. John Edmonson, a Virginian, who came to Kentucky in and settled in Fayette County, and who commanded a company of riflemen in Col. John Allen's regiment, and was killed in the disastrous battle of the River .