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Adair County Public Library has 9 new genealogy books

Books from Cyrus, Carolyn Gupton & Lila Ford, Michael Watson, Rev. C.B. Fugett, Sharon Bell, Mark D. Polley, and Thomas Metcalfe and Edmund Rogers and others

By Ernestine Bennett, Genealogy Librarian, ACPL

The Adair County Genealogy Library in the Adair County Public Library has received and cataloged the following books:

  • Adair Co. Ky 1918, transcribed & edited by Cyrus

  • Guardian Bonds & Guardian Requests, transcribed by Carolyn Gupton & Lila Ford

  • Hardin Co. KY Marriages 1793 to 1829, 1830-1850

  • KY Courthouse Records of Historical & Genealogical Value, by Michael Watson

  • My Life Story, By Rev. C.B. Fugett

  • The Elisha Bailey Family, by Sharon Bell

  • The William E. Polley Story, by Mark D. Polley

  • Trails of Metcalfe County's Past, by Thomas Metcalfe & Edmund Rogers

  • Will Books C & D of Adair Co. Ky, by Sharon Bell
The Adair County Genealogical Society mets the first Monday night of each month at 6:00pmCT at the Adair County Public Library. For more information, please call the library at (270) 384-2472.


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