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 of Bracken Co., KY

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Bracken County was organized in 1796 from Campbell and Mason Counties.  Brooksville is the county seat.  In 1798, Pendleton was established from Bracken and Campbell.  In 1867, Robertson was established from Bracken, Fleming, Harrison, Mason, and Nicholas Counties.
1870 Bracken Co., KY Census (Transcribed by Deb Coombs, who notes this film was light and hard to read)

Berlin Dist. 282
HH 111/111
Amos COOMBS, 32, M, farmer (TN?), cannot read or write
Mary, 33, F, House keeping, KY
Robert, 10, M, KY, attended school
Frank, 8, M, KY
Ida, 6, F, KY
Eddy, 3, M, KY
Olive, 1, F, KY


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