Everett Barton (1870-1951), a prominent attorney and member of
the Kentucky Legislature, who pursued his interest in Northern
Kentucky genealogy and history between 1905-1961 with the bulk of
his work compiled from 1937 to 1948..
Barton's records, have been placed on microfilm and are
available from the Pendleton County Public Library and from the LDS in
Salt Lake City, Utah. Research materials include copies of court
records, family data sheets, correspondence, and clippings. The
family files include data sheets, copies of marriages, wills, and
other court records, notes from published and unpublished
genealogies and histories, correspondence, and clippings from local
newspapers. Northern Kentucky counties included in the Barton
Papers are Pendleton, Campbell, Kenton, Boone, and Grant.
Problems or bad links should be reported to the webmaster.
NOTE: These records have been transcribed from several different sources, either by us or by other researchers and provided as a starting point to assist you in your research; we've verified as many as we could, but be aware that there may be errors (either mis-spellings on the original records, almost illegible writing on the records, and/or typing errors on my part), so make sure to double check them prior to assuming they're "the gospel truth". We will never deliberately include erroneous information in any part of this site.
These records have not been copied by either of this site's coordinators from
other sites, as has been implied by some. Sources have included records from
the E. E. Barton research files, military records, newspapers, microfilm and/or
compiled lists that were provided by family members and other researchers.
The majority of the additions to the marriage index pages on 17 and 30 Jun
2007 were transcribed from FHC microfilm #973027.
If you have records that you'd like to see added to this site,
please contact either Sherri or Suzanne and
we'll be glad to add them to this collection.
©Copyright 2005-2013 by Pendleton County Genealogy
Project All files on this website are copyrighted by their
submitter and creator. They may be linked to, but may not be
reproduced on another website or in any other form, without specific
permission of the submitter, owner, publisher and this site moderator.
Although public records are as such not copyrightable, the manner
in which they are presented, including the notes, comments, etc.
are. The information on this site is provided free of charge,
by volunteers, for your personal use