Legal form book, 1789-1837

Descriptive Summary

Title
Legal form book, 1789-1837
Creator
Smith, Hubbard B, d. ca. 1840.
Extent
1 Reel of microfilm (14 ft.)
Subjects
Smith, Hubbard B, d. ca. 1840.
Todd, Levi, 1756-1807.
Fayette County (Ky.).--Chancery Court.
Lexington (Ky.).--Board of Trustees.
Grant County (Ky.).--Court.
County courts--Records and correspondence.
Court records--Kentucky--Fayette.
Court records--Kentucky--Grant.
Public records--Kentucky--Fayette County.
Public records--Kentucky--Grant County.
Grant County (Ky.).
Fayette County (Ky.)
Lexington (Ky.).
Minutes
Arrangement
Arranged chronologically.
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Archives Staff ; machine-readable finding aid created by:Eric Weig
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Hubbard B. Smith was appointed to the position of clerk in 1811 by the Board of Trustees of Lexington, Ky. He later served as the first clerk of the Grant County Court.
Scope and Content
This is the microfilm copy of records of the Kentucky counties of Fayette and Grant containing chancery court records from Fayette and some legal records from Grant County. The early records, comprised of proceedings of the Fayette County Chancery Court, include units and orders that were kept by Levi Todd. Later records from Grant County include the oaths of the county officers.

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