Kentucky African American Griots

Main |  Kentucky Data  |  Family Records   |  Photos   |  Slave Records  Tombstone Project  Vital Records   |  Surname Registry 

Look Ups!  | Acknowledgements  Queries  | Discussion Forum   |  Submissions  |  Publications  |  Site Search Contact Us



County Collections

Adair  Allen Anderson  Ballard  Barren  Bath  Bell  Boone  Bourbon  Boyd  Boyle  Bracken  Breathitt Breckinridge  Bullitt  Butler Caldwell  Calloway   Campbell Carlisle Carroll Carter  Casey  Christian   Clark  Clay  Clinton Crittenden Cumberland Daviess  Edmonson Elliott   Estill  Fayette Fleming  Floyd  Franklin  Fulton  Gallatin   Garrard  Grant  Graves  Grayson  Green  Greenup  Hancock  Hardin  Harlan  Harrison  Hart  Henderson  Henry  Hickman  Hopkins  Jackson  Jefferson  Jessamine  Johnson  Kenton  Knott  Knox

LaRue  Laurel Lawrence  Lee  Leslie  Letcher  Lewis  Lincoln  Livingston  Logan  Lyon  Madison Magoffin  Marion  Marshall  Martin  Mason  McCracken McCreary  Mclean Meade Menifee Mercer  Metcalfe  Monroe  Montgomery  Morgan  Muhlenberg  Nelson  Nicholas  Ohio  Oldham  Owen  Owsley  Pendleton  Perry  Pike   Powell  Pulaski  Robertson Rockcastle  Rowan  Russell  Scott  Shelby Simpson  Spencer  Taylor  Todd  Trigg  Trimble  Union  Warren  Washington  Wayne  Webster  Whitley  Wolfe Woodford



Woodford County, KY - Miscellaneous Slave Information

Originally posted at the Scott County KyGenWeb site by Jo Theissen



Woodford Co., KY
Circuit Book C., p.65
See Fayette Co. Clerk's Office Dec. 14, 1807 which specifies the original record was burned.
"I give my daughter, Joyce FALKNER, present wife of John Falkner, of the county of Fayette and State of Virginia, a negro girl by name of Gemima otherwise called Mima. I give her to the above Joyce together with said Mima's increase forever and for the only use of the said Joyce, to will and dispose of as to her seemeth fit, hereby revoking all other claims of right or title to the said Gemima alias Mima of her increase forever.
Witness my hand and seal this 19th day of April, Anno Domini 1791.
Toliver CRAIG."


Fayette Co., KY Grantee Bk. 31, Circuit Book F. p.523

Originally posted at the Scott County KyGenWeb site by Jo Theissen

May 25, 1812
To JOUITT, Anne from Joice FALCONER a gift of negro slaves.



Letter from Ann M. Watkins to Mr. Waltus L. Watkins; Jan. 21, 1836; Postmarked Versailles, KY

Published in "Woodford Heritage News",

Uncle Majors family were all well the last time we heard from them, they had the misfortunate (sic) to loose (sic) five of their negroes last year, which you know was heart rending to uncle Jamy, the negroes were old Molly, Prissy, Greenap and two children under four years old.




Copyright 2004 - 2010 C. Harvey