100 Years of Washington County Marriages

Today we are experimenting – not really sure if this will work.  I’ve added a new category for my posts – Searchable Databases.  I’m hopeful you will be able to look at a large Excel spreadsheet with a good deal of information on it.  Let’s try my 100 Years of Washington County Marriages.  The database is an alphabetical of those married from 1792 to 1892.  If this works as it should you will be able to search for any name, otherwise the marriages will just be alphabetized by groom.

Let me know what you think – is this helpful?  I have so many spreadsheets I’ve made over the years and will be happy to share what I have.

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Categories: Databases

25 replies »

  1. A through H came through GREAT! But Sheets 2 and 3 would not open for me.

    Wow, I must say, you are way under appreciated! The work you have put into this sheet alone must have been very time consuming….

    So I like to say “THANK YOU” from a fellows genealogyist on the west coast..

  2. This is brilliant! Thanks so much! (Fun to sort by marriage year, to see who else is living/getting married at the same time as my ancestor)

  3. Thank you so much. I will enjoy reading that over and over. Thank you for all the work you do for our enjoyment.

  4. Thanks for the spreadsheet. Found one of my relatives (McAnelly). Would be interested in other county spread sheets you might have of this type, particularly those around Lexington and Frankfort.

    Mike McAnally

    Sent from Mail for Windows 10

  5. Thank you so much for posting the Washington County, KY Marriages. What a huge help to us out of town people! Mary Pool

  6. I agree with everyone. I have found so much info for my family tree through this site. Roger Roney is my ggg grandfather whom we knew nothing about till your post of Samuel Livers married Catherine McAvoy. That one post answered so many questions. Darn did I get off subject again. Thanks!

  7. Thanks, Phyllis! So helpful… saw several possible family members that I thought were married in Scott Co.
    As always you amaze me! char

  8. This is great! However sheets 2&3 do not come up.

    My family first settled in Washington County in the late 1700s then on to what would be Hardin County.

    I really enjoy reading your posts, and thank you so much for taking the time to do them.

  9. Thank you so much for the data base of Washington County KY. I found at least 4 relatives and some other couples I knew about. It was very helpful and easy to use. I really appreciate you sharing this information. Marilyn

  10. Thank you so much for what you do. It means a lot for those of us that cannot go to the area.

    I still am unable to see beyond H. My families are Kidwell, Queen and Tewell. I tried last night and this morning.

Any thoughts?

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