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County Courthouse

Lewis County Courthouse, Vanceburg, Ky.


Parent County

1806--Lewis County was created 2 December 1806 from Mason County.  County seat: Vanceburg [1]

Boundary Changes

Record Loss


Populated Places

Awe Crum Kinniconick Ribolt
Bald Point (hist.) Emerson Kirkville Rugless
Buena Vista Epworth Mount Vernon (hist.) Saint Paul
Burtonville Fearisville Nashtown Saint Marys (hist.)
Carrs Firebrick Pence Salem (hist.)
Charters Garrison Petersville Stricklett
Clarksburg Glen Springs Poplar Flat Tannery
Concord Harris Queens Tollesboro
Cottageville Herron Hill Quincy Trinity
Covedale Irwin Rexton Vanceburg

Neighboring Counties


Archives & Libraries 

Biographies, Family Histories/Trees, Genealogies, GEDCOM files etc.

Sorted by Name-Lewis County Kentucky


Linkpendium Cemeteries

Lewis County Cemeteries


Lewis Co. Kentucky 1810 Federal Census Index




1895 Atlas-Lewis County Kentucky


Army & Air Corp World II Casulty List 
Lewis County Kentucky World War II Casulties Army and Air Force
List of Revolutionary War Pensioners
Soldiers of the Great War, Fallen Kentucky Soldiers in WWI, Lewis County


The Lewis County Hearld


GenealogyBuff.com-Miscellaneous Lewis County, Kentucky Obituaries
Index of KY, Lewis Co., Obituraries
Lewis County Herald-Obituaries
Obituary Index Lewis County, Kentucky



Index of Lewis Co., Ky Probate Records


Vital Records

Index of Lewis Co. KY, Vitals-Deaths
Kentucky Marriage Project-Lewis County
Lewis County, KENTUCKY Delayed Births 1892-1910
Lewis County Marriages

Societies and Libraries

Lewis County Kentucky Historical Society

Web Sites


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


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