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  • Lexington's ‘Colored Marriage Registry’ an online window into history

    A joint project between the University of Kentucky and the Fayette County Clerk’s office has created searchable online records of the “Colored Marriage Registry” from 1866-1882 and 1900-1968.

A joint project between the University of Kentucky and the Fayette County Clerk’s office has created searchable online records of the “Colored Marriage Registry” from 1866-1882 and 1900-1968. Mark Cornelison mcornelison@herald-leader.com
A joint project between the University of Kentucky and the Fayette County Clerk’s office has created searchable online records of the “Colored Marriage Registry” from 1866-1882 and 1900-1968. Mark Cornelison mcornelison@herald-leader.com

For 100 years, Lexington kept a ‘Colored Marriage Registry.’ Now that history is online

October 18, 2016 12:28 PM