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Monday, October 22, 2018

Names of Kentucky Ancestors --- > Muhlenberg County

Muhlenberg County Wills, Estates, Deeds

VanceburgMuhlenberg County was founded in 1798 and was named for General Peter Muhlenberg, of Revolutionary War fame. The county seat is Greenville, Kentucky.

Muhlenberg County Probate Records available to members of Kentucky Pioneers

Images of Muhlenberg County Wills and Estates 1801 to 1814
  • Abott, John
  • Alcock, Richard Nelson
  • Allison, William
  • Anderson, Robert
  • Bailey, Thomas
  • Biggerstaff, Benjamin
  • Bowman, Peter
  • Butler, Gilbert
  • Byrd, John
  • Campbell, Patrick
  • Campbell, William
  • Cockrum, James
  • Combs, Thomas
  • Cooley, Susanna
  • Davis, Henry
  • Deboyn, Batten
  • Deboyn, John
  • Durall, Skinner
  • Durelle, John
  • Fisher, John
  • Forker, Thomas
  • Gish, Christian
  • Goodman, Silvy
  • Groves, Jonathan
  • Harrison, Jesse
  • Herrin, David
  • Hunsinger, Mathias
  • Hussley, Jacob
  • Kinchelow, Lewis
  • Lesley, Valentine
  • Lewis, Charles
  • McCartney, James
  • McKinney, John
  • McLane, John
  • McNary, William
  • Naught, George Sr.
  • Noftzinger, Jacob
  • Penrod, John
  • Penrod, Tobias
  • Perrel, John
  • Prowse, Thomas
  • Reno, Lewis
  • Rhoades, Daniel
  • Rhoades, Henry
  • Rhoades, Joseph
  • Rhoades orphans
  • Rose, Lenox
  • Sever, Frederick
  • Smith, John
  • Stom, Leonard
  • Stump, Francis
  • Talbert, John
  • Tyler, Richard
  • Vought, John
  • Ward, Thomas
  • Ward, William
  • Ware, Thomas
  • Wills, Francis
  • Wilson, Elijah
  • Wootton, Elijah
  • Young, William Sr.

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