from the E. E.
The E. E. Barton
Collection of Northern Kentucky Families, is a collection of
genealogical and family history files and various other types of
records compiled in the early to mid 1900s by Edward Everett Barton
(1870-1951), a Pendleton County, Kentucky lawyer. All of his papers
have been preserved and microfilmed.
FHL By: Joy fisher Transcribed & Formatted By: Suzanne Shephard
these files, I have tried to do them exactly as they are seen on the
microfilm. There are, however, some variances. Five columns were
used to denote last name, first name, date of birth, date of death
and cemetery of interment. In many instances, a date will be shown
in the birth column and a specific age (i.e. 37y 6m 12d) will be
shown in the death column. I believe that in most cases, these dates
should be together but since they are shown in the separate columns,
that's the way I transcribed them. If you see an ancestor and know
that the date and age should be together, let Sherri or I know and
we will change it! And in the Notes section if you see information
in parentheses, it is from my family research. These files have been sorted by Surname and by
Cemetery so you have a choice of where to begin researching... enjoy
and I hope these documents will be of help!
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