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 Second Census of Kentucky, 1800

The 1790 and 1800 Kentucky Census records were either destroyed by fire during the War of 1812, or were not extant when the clerks of the several district and superior courts were directed to send the early schedules to the Secretary of State in conformity with the Act approved May 28, 1830.  The 32,000 names in this book were compiled from tax lists housed in the Archives Department of the Kentucky Historical Society, published by private means and so constitute a privately compiled list of tax payers in the 42 counties of the Kentucky of 1800.  This book was compiled by G. Glenn Clift and was originally published in 1954.

Note: Only those old enough to be tax payers in 1800 would be included in these records.

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