Campbell County Tax List & Census


 

The Campbell County Tax List & Census Page

The first two censuses of Kentucky, the earliest one compiled while Kentucky was part of Virginia, were lost when the British burned the Capitol in Washington during the War of 1812.  In 1779 Campbell County was part of Fayette Co.

Pioneers at Fort Boonesborough-1775

1790 Tax List

1792 Tax List

Act to form Campbell County 1794

1795 Property Tax List

1796 Property Tax List

1797 Property Tax List-Book 1

1797 Property Tax List-Book 2

1798 Property Tax List A-L

1798 Property Tax List M-Z

1799 Tax List

1800 Property Tax List-Book 1

1800 Property Tax List-Book 2

1801 Property Tax List-Book 1

1801 Property Tax List-Book 2

1802 Property Tax List-Book 1

1802 Property Tax List-Book 2

1803 Property Tax List-Book 1

1803 Property Tax List-Book 2

1804 Property Tax List-Book 1

1804 Property Tax List-Book 2

1804 Property Tax Delinquents

1805 Property Tax List-Book 1

1805 Property Tax List-Book 2

1806 Property Tax List-Book 1

1806 Property Tax List-Book 2

1806 Property Tax Delinquents

1807 Property Tax List-Book 1

1807 Property Tax List-Book 2

1807 Property Tax Delinquents

1808 Property Tax List-Book 1

1808 Property Tax List-Book 2

1808 Property Tax Delinquents

1809 Property Tax List

1809 Property Tax Delinquents

1810 Property Tax Book is Missing

1810 Census

1810 Slave Owners

1811 Property Tax List A-K

1811 Property Tax List L-Z

1811 Property Tax Delinquents

1812 Property Tax List A-L

1812 Property Tax List M-Z

1818 Property Tax Delinquents

1818 Property Tax Delinquents
Published in the Argus of Western America

Newport & Covington 1819 White Males Tax List

1820 Slave Owners

1820 Census-pages 3-13

1820 Census-pages 14-24

1821 Property Tax Delinquents

1830 Census

1840 Census A-M    1840 Census N-Z

1850 Newport Census Pages 1-15
1850 Newport Census Pages 16-30
1850 Newport Census Pages 31-45

1850 Newport Census Pages 46-60

(pages 31-60 are not indexed yet, but you can browse)

1850 Newport Census A-H
1850 Newport Census G-M
1850 Newport Census N-S
1850 Newport Census T-Z

 

1850 Census by Gerald Dunn

A B C D E F G H I J K L M Mc N O P Q R Sa-Sp St T U-V W Y-Z

 

1860  Census

Jamestown-alphabetical       Jamestown-by neighbor

1872 Hamburg Passenger List Site

All Census records are now available at the LDS Family Search Site

1881-1894 Alexandria Tax Book

 

1887 Road and District Tax Book

Alexandria Pike-East side-District 3

Alexandria Pike-Southwest side-District 4

Bellevue & Dayton

Cold Spring

Johns Hill

 

1888 Road Assessment Book

District 3

District 4

District 5

District 6

District 7

District 8

District 9

 

1888 County Road and District Book

Bellevue District

Dayton District

Johns Hill-District 1

Cold Spring-District 2

Lower Alexandria-District 3

Lower Alexandria-District 4

 

1889 Upper District Assessments for Road Purposes

District 3

District 4

District 5

District 6

District 7

District 8

District 9

 

1890 Delinquent Tax List

Thanks to Daryl Polley for transcribing this list.  The original list is dated January 5, 1891 and is difficult to read.  Especially questionable names are shown with an ?  No effort was made to correct spelling.

Lower Alexandria

Upper Alexandria

Carthage

Cold Spring

Grants Lick

Gubsers Mill

Indian Springs

 

1891 Road Book

District 3

District 5

District 6

District 7


1892 Road & Bridge Tax List

We wish to extend our deepest gratitude to Ron Brennan for allowing us to use his excellent research on the following Road & Bridge Tax records, thanks Ron!

District 1-Johns Hill

District 2-Cold Spring

District 3-Camp Springs/4 & 12 Mile

District 4-Alexandria

District 5-Carthage

District 6-Persimmon Grove & Gubsers Mill

District 7

District 8

District 9-Grants Lick

District 10-Bellevue & Dayton
 

1895 Newport Delinquent Tax List
 

1897 Road Assessment Tax List
Submitted by Jeff Weimer

District 3

District 4
 

1900 Road & Bridge Tax List

1907 Newport Delinquent Tax List

1900 Carthage Census

1930 Enumeration Districts

 

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