Welcome to Estill County, KY
History and Genealogy
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Formed in 1808, the
county is named after Captain James Estill,
a Kentucky militia officer killed in the Battle of Little Mountain during the American Revolutionary War.
Its county seat is Irvine, Kentucky
|Church Histories/ Records||County History|
|Family Bibles||Extinct Towns|
|Surnames||Wills/ Legal Records|
Crawford Cemetery & Alexander Cemetery listings; Marriages by Wm Rogers;
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