Trimble County Excerpts of Obituaries
The Trimble County Historical Society still has some of the books "Excerpts of Obituaries" First Book is 1928-1949, Second Book is 1950-1959 and 1960-1969, Third Book is 1970-1979 and 1980-1989. They are priced at $15.00 per book and $3.00 for S&H. All census books, Heritage Books and the Cemetery Book are also still available at this time.
Trimble Co. Genealogy and Family History on the internet.
MARGARET PECAR FALLONE is responsible for the Trimble County web page. She does a wonderful job in helping others locating Trimble County information. Be sure to check it out. It is located at www.online-isp.com/~maggie/trimble. The Trimble County Historical Society Newsletter will now be located on her page. Many other links can be made to other counties and other sources from her location. Many new things are becoming available all the time via the computer and internet. You may want to add some new information to her page yourself or read the queries or even add a query. There is a great search engine for you surname on her page to save time in searching.
There is also the Trimble Co. KY mailing list that she has added to her page. You can subscribe to this mailing list and get into a great group where you can communicate with others doing research.
This summer a meeting was arranged between Margaret Fallone, Violet Jennings, Virginia Taylor, Marguerite Miller, and Dave and Barbara Duke. Dave and Barbara Duke have been providing a digital camera for the use of taking pictures for those who live far away. They are located on Margaret's web page also. If you live away from the county you may want to check it out.
Nina Coffin, of New Castle, Indiana, has donated us a copy of a report to The Central Committee of the Demarcate Party of the LaGrange Convention-Dated May 24, 1847, Louisville, by order of the Central Committee.
To the members is a copy of a circular address to the following county committees in this Congressional District. This district consist of Henry, Carroll, Shelby, Oldham and Trimble. In Trimble we have listed John Wright, A. Bartlett, and Silas Gatewood.
We wish to thank Nina Coffin for giving the Historical Society a copy. It will be available in the Genealogy room of the Library.
TRIMBLE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
The Trimble County Historical Society welcomes you to attend there meetings. There are the 3rd Saturday of the month, at 1:30 PM, during the months of April through November. In December a meeting has been planned for the second Saturday, because of the holidays coming up. There will be no meeting in January, February or March.
You may also join the society at any time. The dues are still $5.00 a year and all students may join free. We would like to interest some young people in the history of our community. All visitors are welcome to attend any of the meetings.
The newspaper ROUND ABOUT MADISON which is free has been of great interest. It is published by Don Ward. Pick up a copy at the Library.
The APPLE FESTIVAL was a success again this year with several volunteers who helped Violet, our President, with this undertaking. Several books were sold and many showed interest in the Society.
The October meeting included a outing to the Bethel Cemetery. Several of the members and guests went out to the cemetery.
Virginia Taylor is still working on the Obituary Book, that will include any obituary before 1928. Anyone with any information is ask to contact Virginia. She is hoping to include as many early obits as possible in this book. Check your family Bibles or family record books. Old scrap books are a great place for dates and news of Trimble County people.
Joy Mack is working on transcribing the Court Order Book 1, of Trimble Co. We are looking forward to this new addition. This will be the first time for our Court Orders to go to print.
In the Trimble Co. Library in the Genealogy Room, there is a selection of tapes that were taped sometime ago. You must bring your own type player at this time. There are quite a number of tapes of older citizens and their knowledge. Once again, a reminder that there is a micro-film reader in the Library and many rolls of film. The Birth and Death indexes are on micro-fichs and there is a reader for that as well. Please feel free to add your family genealogy to our family files.