1911 - 1920 Pendleton County Births
Please Note: In keepingwith my policy of not posting information concerning a living individual withouttheir permission I have stopped this index at 1920. If you find a name andthe person is alive and does not want the information listed here please let meknow and I will remove the data immediately. Thanks! Bonnie
The source for these records is from the Ky. Birth, Marriages & Death DatabasesCDs; they can be purchased from the Ky. Department for Libraries & Archives. Please contact them for information about ordering. The following datadoes not contain all of the information on these excellent CD's, nor is it inthe exact format. To order these CDs, please contact:
The Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives
300 Coffee Tree Road
Frankfort, KY 40601
Phone #: (502) 564-8300
Fax #: (502) 564-5773
I believe the cost is $31.80
Information about ordering birthcertificates:
Office of Vital Statistics:
Office hours: 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday-Friday. Closed for major holidays. Vital Statistics is located on the first floor in the main lobby of the Cabinet for Human Resources Building (CHR) behind the receptionist desk.
Phone number: To contact the office for information, order by credit card, or to amend certificates, call (502) 564-4212; to place an order by Fax, call (502) 227-0032. See more details below.
Cost of certificates: Birth: $10.00 per certificate;
Death, Marriage & Divorce: $6.00 per certificate
Kentucky Department for Public Health
Office of Vital Statistics
275 East Main Street - 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621
Purchase options: You can purchase a certificate on the Internet, by phone, by mail, or by visiting the office.
Note: Please go over all these recordscarefully, I see many errors. The errors are not the fault of the KentuckyDepartment for Libraries & Archives, I am sure they copied them as they werewritten. The following is an example of what I mean by errors:
This child's last name is actually Brownfield and his mother'slast name is Vickroy. Now how you get Kunfield from Brownfield I haven't aclue. The reason I am telling you this, is that perhaps this is the waythe birth certificates are filed at Frankfort and if you are looking for yourancestor's birth certificate, you might need this spelling.
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