Kenton County (Ky.)


Kenton County (Ky.)
Located in northern Kentucky along the Ohio River, across from Cincinnati, Ohio, Kenton County has two county seats--Covington and Independence. The county was named for pioneer Simon Kenton (1755–1836).
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USGS GNIS ID: 516905
U.S. Census code: 99117
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Kentucky General Assembly List for Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties by Legislative Session Year, 1900-1930 Bibliographic Resource
Public Meeting Bibliographic Resource
Slaveholders in the Campbell County Tax List, 1795 Bibliographic Resource
Slaves identified in Kenton County: Kentucky clerk's and Kenton County vital statistic records, 1840-1865 Bibliographic Resource
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Collins, Joshua Person
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Bromley (Kenton County, Ky.) Location
Covington (Ky.) Location
Elsmere (Ky.) Location
Erlanger (Ky.) Location
Fort Mitchell (Ky.) Location
Independence (Ky.) Location
Morning View (Ky.) Location
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Kenton County Association for Securing Our Servants (Kenton County, Ky.) Organization
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1802--Artful Billy Event
1845--Isom Excluded from Dry Creek Baptist Church Event
1845--John Excluded from Dry Creek Baptist Church Event
1847--First of Two Group Escapes Event
1847--Second of Two Group Escapes Event
1848--Death Before Separation Event
1855--Family Escape Event
1856--Mass Escape of Fourteen Freedom Seekers Event
1856--Nine Slaves Escape From Near Covington Event
1856--Sidney Family Escape Event
1857--Angela and Irwin Broadus Captured Event
1857--Freedom Seeker Captured Event