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Kentucky Genealogy and Images of Old Wills, Estates, Inventories, Annual Returns, Marriages

After the discovery of the Cumberland Gap along the long ridge of the Cumberland and Appalachian Mountains, thousands of immigrants found the tripoint of Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee. By the 1770s, a heavy stream of Europeans had settled in Kentucky. Images of original wills and estates are found in county records. When I discovered that a good portion of this vast collection went unindexed, I undertook the task. That means that you will be able to ascertain whether your ancestors left wills and/or detailed estate records consisting of annual returns, inventories, distributions, sales, appraisements, guardianships, and receipts. Since Kentucky included those persons who crossed the Wilderness Trail and other Indian trails, it is important that we also include genealogy databases for Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. And that is what we did! Members of Kentucky Pioneers have access to all of a collection that will help you find your ancestors. Those who have Kentucky ancestors should also aggressively search North Carolina and Virginia records. Researching county records is the key to finding the early emigrants to America!

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Welcome to Kentucky Pioneers, your premier destination for exploring the tapestry of your family history through Family Tree Records Online. Unearth the stories of your Kentucky ancestors with our extensive genealogy data online, providing a seamless and comprehensive journey into the past.
Our platform is dedicated to curating a vast collection of Kentucky ancestors’ records, meticulously organized to assist you in building and expanding your family tree. With our user-friendly interface,navigating through generations becomes an effortless endeavor. Explore a wealth of genealogical data that will help you connect the dots and uncover hidden branches in your family tree.
At Kentucky Pioneers, we understand the importance of preserving your heritage. Our commitment to providing accessible and reliable information empowers you to delve into the rich history of your ancestors. Join your community of genealogy enthusiasts, where sharing discoveries and insights is encouraged.
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