Unearthing a Kentucky Church’s Historical Treasures


Unearthing a Kentucky Church’s Historical Treasures

Tracing the Genealogical Footprints of a Kentucky Church

What You Will Learn

This presentation shows you how to excavate the history of a church in Kentucky, using detective research through genealogical and historical records, personal interviews, and other resources. It will not only demonstrate how to discover the history of a church, but how you can use the treasures you uncover.


Kathy McCann Keyser, a native of southern West Virginia, resides in Central Kentucky with her husband, and has been researching her family history for 40+ years. Kathy belongs to a number of family, genealogical, and historical societies in Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. She has written articles and developed presentations on her family and Kentucky history. She currently co-leads a genealogy interest group for the Goff-Gough Family Association. Now retired after working 45 years in corporate America, she currently serves the Kentucky Genealogical Society as the Vice President-Membership and is a member of the Board of Directors.

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