Carroll County (Ky.)


Carroll County (Ky.)
Located in northern Kentucky along the Ohio River and the boundary with Indiana, the county is about 30 miles north-northwest of Frankfort, and the county seat is Carrollton. The county was named for Charles Carroll (1737-1832) of Carrollton, Maryland, who was a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
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USGS GNIS ID: 516867
U.S. Census code: 99041
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Carrollton (Ky.) Location
Ghent (Ky.) Location
Prestonville (Ky.) Location
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1820--Reward Ad for Man and Woman Event
1820--Reward Ad for Trio Event
1847--Recapture Attempt Event
1853--Harrison Arrested Event
Items with "Life event(s): Carroll County (Ky.)"
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Ewing, Carroll M. Person
Marshall, Hubert J. Person
Menzies, John William Person
Items with "Place of enlistment: Carroll County (Ky.)"
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Craig, Lewis N. Person
Items with "Resided in: Carroll County (Ky.)"
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Bradley, Thomas H. Person
Craig, Edward T. Person
Craig, Lewis N. Person
Items with "Place of birth: Carroll County (Ky.)"
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Akin, Charles Person
Akin, George Person
Craig, Edward T. Person
Ross, John [1] Person
unknown, Effy Person
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Allen, Nancy Person
Blanton, James Person
Brady, Eugenia Person
Craig, Cyrus Person
Craig, Edward T. Person
Hogan, John Person