KGS Offers New Digitization Grants Program
Application now online; apply by November 1, 2019
If your genealogical/historical society or historical record repository/archive has records to digitize but the money just isn’t in the budget, consider applying for the new Kentucky Genealogical Society Digitization Grant. The total grant funding for the first round of applications is $5,000. Individual grant amounts will vary depending on need.
Click on the Grants tab to the left
New 2nd Saturday Genealogy Videos
Available to KGS members:
Videos of 2nd Saturday Genealogy presen-
tations by Joe Hardesty, director of the
Genealogical Research Library, National
Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.
The sessions are packed with strategies for researching
at the SAR library in Louisville and also online. Sign in
and find "2nd Saturday Videos" under "Members Only."
Recently Added . . .
Kentucky Cemeteries – Judy Lawless Smith and friends have transcribed 103 cemeteries in Adair, Russell and Wayne Counties.
Photographs – These 14 studio portraits were taken in Louisville circa 1890-1910. Are your ancestors in these images? Do you have portraits to share?
Postcards – Visit Louisville (and a few other locations) as it was in the early- to mid-1900s.
Online for KGS Members
All available back issues of Bluegrass Roots are now online – back to 1974!
Adopt a Kentucky County!
Help researchers worldwide by sharing links to resources (online and brick-and-mortar) in a specific Kentucky county. Choose your county of residence or your county of heritage – or any county. For details, click on "Links."
KGS needs a webmaster. If you are interested in working with us to make the website the go-to source about genealogy in Kentucky, please contact Johnna Waldon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kentucky Genealogical Society
PO Box 153
Frankfort, Kentucky 40602
Last Updated 27 June 2019