Established 1987 in Barbourville, Kentucky

Knox Historical Museum

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Genealogy Research Links

These links offers numerous opportunities for researching genealogy and/or history.

These links focus on exploring genealogy and are part of the KY-GEN Project.

Dedicated to supplying all Kentuckians with a comprehensive and dynamic collection of information Resources

Most of the information made available on this website was presented at the BYU Computerized Genealogy conference in March 2008. 

The FamilySearch organization which is operated by the Genealogical Society of Utah provides links to 50 free genealogy sites. The links provide resources to find birth, marriage and death records, obituaries, cemetery listings, newspaper articles, biographies, research tips and more.

Facebook accounts that deal mostly with genealogy related to Knox County, Kentucky

This guide to genealogy is available online from HomeAdvisor at History at Home: A Guide to Genealogy. Thanks to Veronica Taylor, a peer mentor for After School Care Programs based in El Paso County, Colorado, and her students for bringing this to our attention.

Published July 23, 2013 by Brandy Heineman, author and speaker. Visit her website and its discussion about genealogy at 7 Sites for Your Genealogy Toolbox. She also gives links on her website to such well-known genealogy sites as FamilySearch, the US GenWeb Project and Cyndi's List, among others.

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