Campbell County (Ky.)


Campbell County (Ky.)
The county is located along the Ohio River and the boundary with Ohio, just southeast of Covington, and the county seat is Alexandria. The county was named for Revolutionary War Colonel John Campbell, an early settler and Kentucky statesman.
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USGS GNIS ID: 516865
U.S. Census code: 99037
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Goff, Daniel Person
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Kentucky General Assembly List for Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties by Legislative Session Year, 1900-1930 Bibliographic Resource
Slaveholders in the Campbell County Tax List, 1795 Bibliographic Resource
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Alexandria (Ky.) Location
Dayton (Ky.) Location
Newport (Ky.) Location
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1800--Nackey Escape Event
1800--Reward Ad For Edmund Event
1825--Reward Ad For Townley Event
1848--Five Slaves Escape in Campbell County Event
1851--Winter Escape Event
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Allen, Louisiana W. Person
Anderson, James A. Person
Armstrong, John Hume Person
Bates, Nancy Elizabeth Person
Berry, Lucy Mary Person
Berry, Mildred Washington Person
Berry, Sophia T. Person
Bishop, William [1] Person
Bristow, Reuben Louis Person
Buckner, Thomas, Col. Person
Cleveland, James Person
Collins, Marcus, Sr. Person
Collins, Richard Person
Cox, John Coleman Person