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County Courthouse

Carter County, Kentucky Courthouse, Grayson, Ky.


Parent County

1838--Carter County was created 9 February 1838 from Greenup and Lawrence Counties.  County seat: Grayson [1]

Boundary Changes

Record Loss

Places / Localities

Populated Places

Access Fairview Hill Johns Run Rooney
Aden Fitch Lawton Rose Hill
Beech Grove Fultz Leon Smiths Creek
Beetle Garvin Ridge Limestone Smoky Valley
Boone Furnace Gesling McGlone Creek Soldier
Brinegar Globe Mount Savage Sophi
Carter Gollihue Mountain Top Stinson
Charlotte Furnace Grahn Music Straight Creek
Clark Hill Grayson North Branch The Crossroads (hist.)
Cory Gregoryville Offill's Mill (hist.) Upper Tygart
Counts Crossroads Hayward Olive Hill Wesleyville
Deevert Hitchins Pactolus Willard
Denton Iron Hill Poplar Williams Creek
Eby Jacobs Prater Wolf
Enterprise Jeriel Reedville

Neighboring Counties



Carter County Bible Records

Biographies, Family Histories/Trees, GEDCOM files etc.

Letters, Journals, Ledgers, Essays, and Diaries
Carter County Surnames
Sorted by County Kentucky


Carter County Kentucky Cemetery Index



Access Genealogy, Carter County Kentucky Census Records
Carter County, KY Census Records
Census Online, Carter County Kentucky


Eastern Kentucky Genealogy, "Carter County Kentucky Gaurdianship Bonds"
Order Book Index


Allowment of Dower
Carter County Real Property Deeds and Leases
Real Estate Mortgages

Local Histories

Wikipedia-Carter County, Kentucky



Carter County Military Page


Newspaper Articles and Newspaper Related Links


Carter County Obituaries


Carter County Affadavits of Descent
Carter County Wills


Vital Records

Carter County Kentucky Births
Carter County Kentucky Deaths
Carter County KY Marriages
Carter County, Kentucky Marriages 1839-1878

Societies and Libraries

Web Sites


  1. The Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America,10th ed. (Draper, UT:Everton Publishers, 2002).


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