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Harrison County was formed in 1793 from Bourbon and Scott Counties. The county seat is Cynthiana. In 1795, Campbell was formed from Harrison, Mason and Scott. In 1867, Robertson was formed from Bracken, Fleming, Harrison, Mason, and Nicholas.
1870 Census, Harrison Co., KY (Transcribed by Combs Researcher Deb Coombs)
Cynthiana Pct 149
Margaret RUTTER, 75, F, Keeping House, KY
Harry WILLETT, 26, M, no occupation, KY
Hannah COMBS, 35, F, Black, Domestic, KY, cannot read or write
Mary BROWN, 18, F, Black, Domestic, KY, cannot read or write
James JACKSON, 14, M, Black, Farm Hand, KY, cannot read or write
Mack COMBS, 7 M, Black, at home, KY
Ida COMBS, 3, F, Black, at home, KY
John COMBS, 7/12, M, Black, at home, KY
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