Location: Carter County KY

Boyd County, Kentucky

BOYD CO. (Carl F. Hall) The Commonwealth of Kentucky, having for a northern boundary the Ohio River-the dividing line between the northern free states and the southern slave states has always been regarded as a southern state. As in the other states of the old south, slavery was an institution until the Thirteenth Ammendment to the Constitution of the United States gave the negro freedom in 1865. Kentucky did not, as other southern states, secede from the Union, but attempted to be neutral during the Civil War. The people, however, were divided in their allegience, furnishing recruits for both the

Biographical Sketch of George W. Smith

Among the substantial and enterprising citizens of Malheur County is to be mentioned the gentleman whose name is at the head of this article. He is a man of uprightness and has labored here with energy and skill for many years in the endeavor to bring this section into a state of development and also to enhance the condition of his own exchequer. Mr. Smith was born in Carter County, Kentucky, on November 16, 1836, being the son of Clayborn and Cloa (Ludi) Smith. He went with his parents to Rudolph County, Arkansas, and soon removed there to Lawrence County,

Biography of John William Wilhoit, M. D.

John William Wilhoit, M. D. For a period of more than thirty years Doctor Wilhoit had quietly and efficiently preformed his services as a doctor at St. George and is the oldest resident physician of that town of Pottawatomie County, one of the oldest established in this part of the state. Doctor Wilhoit is a man of high standing in his profession, with attainments that rank him among the leaders of the profession in the state. Perhaps there are none who will say he had not chosen wisely in spending his career in a country community where the opportunities for

Carter County, Kentucky Census Records

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Carter County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Carter County Carter County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Carter County USGenWeb Archives Project Burchett – Plummer Cemetery Enix-Sloan Cemetery Unknown (Kiger/Johnson?) , Partial Johnson Cemetery Akers Family Cemetery , Partial Gearhart-Carpenter Cemetery Gilliam Cemetery Hall Cemetery King Cemetery Gilliam Cemetery Kiser Cemetery Leadingham (Peter & Sarah Hamilton) Cemetery Maddix Cemetery Mocabee(1) Cemetery Mocabee(2) Cemetery Newell Cemetery Oakland Cemetery Owens-Lawhorn Cemetery Parker Cemetery Shumate-Elam Cemetery Tick Cemetery Valandingham Cemetery Carter County Cemetery Index An ongoing project to get a modern indexing of all Carter County cemeteries (with directions & annotated where possible). A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H