Last updated: 3/3/2012
Alexandria, Kentucky
Street Address
8325 East Main Street
Alexandria, KY 41001
Mailing Address
8325 East Main Street
Second Floor
Alexandria, KY 41001
Hours
Tuesday10 AM - 8 PM
Thursday, Saturday10 AM - 2 PM
Museum Type(s)
Staff
Jan Lester, Board of Directors Secretary
phone: 859-635-6407
Description

The Campbell County Historical and Genealogical society is a non-profit organization formed in 1990 and dedicated to preserve, protect and promote history and genealogy in Campbell County, Kentucky. We generally meet once a month with local members receiving a phone call about the topic and location before that month's meeting. Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month and include a featured speaker on a topic of local interest. Visitors are always welcome!

We also maintain a research office on the second floor of the recently vacated historic Alexandria Courthouse. A few of our ongoing projects are: genealogy, cemetery research, Campbell County log cabin research, collection of information on Campbell County Veterans and the writing and reprinting of local history books.

History

Established in 1990 and dedicated to preserve, protect and promote history and genealogy in Campbell County, Kentucky

Publications

All members receive our award winning quarterly Newsletter "Campbell County History News" which contains information on local history and genealogy which may not be found anywhere else.

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