Genealogy Trails Kentucky Genealogy and History

Welcome to Garrard COUNTY Kentucky
Genealogy and History

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Pronounced 'Gair-ad', the county was formed in 1797.
It is named for James Garrard, Governor of Kentucky from 1796 to 1804
Its county seat is Lancaster.

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Eastham Allen Bio;

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Jessamine -- Mercer -- Boyle
Lincoln -- Rockcastle -- Madison
Mercer County (northwest, across the Dix River)


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