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* Book Fair *

Everyone is invited to the Green County Genealogical Society Book Fair in Greensburg, KY on Saturday, Nov. 6 from 8:00 to 2:00 CST at the Greensburg Fire and Rescue Building. We have many historical and genealogical societies with booths representing many counties, including Green, Adair, Taylor, LaRue,  Edmonson, Grayson, Hardin, Barren, Metcalfe, Bullitt, Breckinridge and others.  We will have another silent auction.  Come on out and join us for a fun day to see what we have in all sorts of genealogy books and other items connected to genealogy.
 


 

Researching Families in Green County

            Green County  was formed in 1793 from Lincoln County and Nelson County.  Once one of the largest counties, it is now one of the smallest. Green County once encompassed all or part of these counties: Adair [formed 1801],  Barren [formed 1798],  Cumberland [formed 1796], Hart [formed 1819],  Metcalfe [formed 1860],  Monroe [formed 1820], and Taylor [formed 1848]. Researchers should search all of these counties for families that overlap these time periods.  Don't miss the books on the Green County Books for Sale page. Marriage books that list Green County marriages from before 1800 until 1900 can be found there. There are excellent books focusing on family groups. Barbara Wright's books feature an almost complete abstraction of records found at the Green County Courthouse.

 

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