Abney, John Bass, Thomas Black, Hughy Black, Robert Bloide, William Buckner, Aylette Buckner, Horace Cayce, Micajah Charlton, Thomas Cook, Benjamin Gill, William Graves, Benjamin Grimbin, Daniel Harris, James Hogeland, William Hutcheson, David Hutcheson, Mary Hutcheson, Nancy Hutcheson, William Marshall, Joseph Martin, John McColgan, Edward Moore, Robert Morton, William Munford, James Preeces, David Saunders, Samuel Sidebottom, Charles Sizzer, William Skaggs, Henry Smith, James Sublett, Valentine Tanner, Joel Vance, Alexander Walker, John Walker, William
Green County 1795 Tax List
Indexes to Probate Records
Wills and Estates 1793 to 1813
Names of Families in Green County Kentucky Wills, Estates, Deeds
Pictured is the oldest courthouse in Greensburg. Green County was formed in 1792 from portions of Lincoln and Nelson counties and was named after General Nathaniel Greene, the famous hero of the southern campaigns during the Revolutionary War. Three courthouses have served Green County. In 1804, a brick building replaced an earlier structure, and while no longer operational, it stands in the Greensburg Historic District (downtown) and is the oldest courthouse building in Kentucky. The county seat is Greensburg, Kentucky.
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