Find your Kentucky Revolutionary War Veteran with these resources.
Researching your family Kentucky ancestors? We found 297 family research examples, including Appalachian surnames and Southern surnames.
A recap of the Kentucky Genealogical Society grant projects for digital archives.
Fort Boonesborough was settled by Daniel Boone, who walked from North Carolina to Madison County Kentucky. How would that look today?
The Kentucky Genealogical Society is an all volunteer organization. Without the kindness of many family ...
Photography and genealogy go together. Let’s explore the history of photography and how to care for antique photographs.
Some family researchers lack an interested heir. Wood discusses how to find one.
During our fifty years of encouraging family researchers and budding genealogists, the society has provided advice through the Bluegrass Roots magazine.
Here is the top 10 list of the most popular webinars from last year.
If your Kentucky county courthouse fell upon a disaster, use these ideas to find alternate records.
Learn some surprising places to find your female ancestors along with some tips for finding her maiden name. Then you’ll be ready to discover your Kentucky roots.
When searching for Kentucky ancestors, you can take advantage of these free genealogy books to assist with your family research.