Pike County, Kentucky

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| Barker Branch
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| Aflex
| Hatton Creek
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| Esco
| Pecks Creek
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| Little Dixie
| Upper Cane
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| Ransom
 
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| Black Creek
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| Allegheny
| Judy
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| Etty
| Piggville
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| Lookout
| Vaughns Mill
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| Ratliff
 
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| Bowen
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| Argo
| Knowlton
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| Federal
| Powell Valley
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| Majestic
| Virden
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| Republic
 
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| Cat Creek
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| Ashcamp
| Lone Oak
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| Fedscreek
| Rosslyn
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| Mayo Village
| Waltersville
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| Robinson Creek
 
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| Clay City
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| Beaver Bottom
| Morris Creek
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| Fords Branch
| Slade
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| McAndrews
| Westbend
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| Rockhouse
 
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| Crow
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| Belcher
| North Bend
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| Forest Hills
| South Fork
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| McCarr
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| Rural
 
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| Fortner
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| Belfry
| Old Lombard
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| Freeburn
| Spaas Creek
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| McCombs
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| Sharondale
 
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| Happy Top
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| Big Branch
| Paint Creek  
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| Garden Village
| Stanton
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| McVeigh
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| Shelbiana
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| Biggs
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| Goody
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| Meta
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| Sidney
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| Board Tree
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| Greasy Creek
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| Mikegrady
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| Simers
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| Boldman
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| Gulnare
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| Millard
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| South Williamson
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| Broad Bottom
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| Hardy
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| Mossy Bottom
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| Speight
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| Burnwell
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| Hartley
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| Mouthcard
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| Stone
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| Buskirk
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| Hatfield
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| Myra
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| Stopover
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| Canada
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| Heenon
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| Nelse
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| Sutton
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| Cedarville
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| Hellier
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| New Camp
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| Titan Siding
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| Coal Run Village
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| Henry Clay
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| Nigh
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| Toler
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| Coleman
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| Honey Fork
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| Owsley
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| Toonerville
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| Collins
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| Huddy
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| Pauley
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| Turkey Creek
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| Dorton
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| Hylton
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| Paw Paw
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| Varney
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| Douglas
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| Jamboree
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| Penny
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| Venters
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| Draffin
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| Jonancy
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| Phelps
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| Virgie
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| Dry Fork
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| Justiceville
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| Phyllis
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| Wales
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| Dunlap
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| Kewanee
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| Pigeon
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| Wolfpit
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| Dunleary
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| Kimper
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| Pikeville
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| Woodman
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| Edgewater
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| Leckieville
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| Pinsonfork
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| Woodside
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| Elimer
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| Levisa Junction
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| Piso
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| Yeager
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| Elkhorn City
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| Lick Creek
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| Pleasant Valley
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| Yorktown
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| Ellwood
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| Lionilli
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| Raccoon
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| Zebulon
 
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Revision as of 22:21, 21 January 2010

 United States  > Kentucky > Pike County

Contents

County Courthouse

History

Parent County

1821--Pike County was created 19 December 1821 from Floyd County.  County seat: Pikeville [1]

Boundary Changes

Record Loss

Places/Localities

Populated Places

Aflex Esco Little Dixie Ransom
Allegheny Etty Lookout Ratliff
Argo Federal Majestic Republic
Ashcamp Fedscreek Mayo Village Robinson Creek
Beaver Bottom Fords Branch McAndrews Rockhouse
Belcher Forest Hills McCarr Rural
Belfry Freeburn McCombs Sharondale
Big Branch Garden Village McVeigh Shelbiana
Biggs Goody Meta Sidney
Board Tree Greasy Creek Mikegrady Simers
Boldman Gulnare Millard South Williamson
Broad Bottom Hardy Mossy Bottom Speight
Burnwell Hartley Mouthcard Stone
Buskirk Hatfield Myra Stopover
Canada Heenon Nelse Sutton
Cedarville Hellier New Camp Titan Siding
Coal Run Village Henry Clay Nigh Toler
Coleman Honey Fork Owsley Toonerville
Collins Huddy Pauley Turkey Creek
Dorton Hylton Paw Paw Varney
Douglas Jamboree Penny Venters
Draffin Jonancy Phelps Virgie
Dry Fork Justiceville Phyllis Wales
Dunlap Kewanee Pigeon Wolfpit
Dunleary Kimper Pikeville Woodman
Edgewater Leckieville Pinsonfork Woodside
Elimer Levisa Junction Piso Yeager
Elkhorn City Lick Creek Pleasant Valley Yorktown
Ellwood Lionilli Raccoon Zebulon













Neighboring Counties

Resources

Cemeteries

Church

LDS Ward and Branch Records

  • Toler

Court

Land

Local Histories

Maps

Military

Newspapers

Probate

Taxation

Vital Records

Societies and Libraries

Web Sites

  • USGenWeb project. May have maps, name indexes, history or other information for this county. Select the state, then the county.
  • Family History Library Catalog

References

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