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Records of the presbyteries in Kentucky
University of Kentucky Special CollectionsLexington, Kentucky 40506
Organization is by the name of the presbytery or church. Arrangement is somewhat chronological thereunder.
Before publishing any material from the records, permission should be secured from the Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches, Montreat, North Carolina
[Identification of item], Records of the presbyteries in Kentucky, 1799-1951, 1F51M-4, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.
These are records from several presbyteries in Kentucky. Included are church records from the following presbyteries: (1) West Lexington, 1799-1928; (2) Ebenezer, 1867-1924; (3) Transylvania, 1893-1950; (4) Louisville, 1815-1950; (5) Muhlenburg, 1871-1875; and (6) Paducah, 1867-1923. There are records from the Walnut Hill Church in Fayette County, 1818-1926. Additionally, there are records relating to church women's activities in Lexington, Ebenezer, Guerrant, Transylvania and Muhlenberg. The records include biographical information, photographs and historic records of the churches within each presbytery.
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