Many tombstones contain valuable genealogical info. How do you access those ancestor details that are miles away from you?
Living out of state doesn't mean you can reach deep into Kentucky for your research
A gift to newlyweds in early Kentucky was a log cabin.
Timelines are a useful technique for finding gaps in your family research.
Experienced genealogists shared their best tips for those new to Kentucky family research.
Professional genealogist Cynthia Maharrey explains how to get started with your family history by creating a pedigree chart.
Migration to the British Colonies was a Long Journey Between 1718 and 1774, over 250,000 Scots-Irish migrated to ...
Society Publishes a New Book Kentucky Genealogical Society celebrates it's 50th anniversary by publishing the ...
To gain a deed in early Kentucky, you needed a land patent. This post explains the process pioneers used, and where to find these free genealogy resources.
Our ancestors had many options for arriving in Kentucky. Some paths were more dangerous than others.
For part of my undergraduate career in the mid-1970s, I was a work-study student at the University of ...
The Freedmen's Bureau is a goldmine for those researching in the South after the Civil War.