A large genealogical collection (books and microfilm) includes individual family files, local histories, census records, Kentucky death certificates, The Falmouth Outlook and the E.E. Barton collection of Northern Kentucky families.
Local Oral Histories
A collection of seven recordings made in the summer of 1978 by the Kentucky Oral History Commission
These seven recordings contain family and community reminisces of Ambrose Fields, Earl Wallace, Nell Woolery, Elizabeth Bobb and James Seman Rule. Mr. Fields comments on some of his experiences as a county magistrate and county judge. Other topics include Pendleton Co. history, courthouse life, and family history. Mr. Wallace tells when and how the sweet clover and fescue crops were brought into the county; he gives a brief history of Falmouth, recalls stories about the McCoy properties, and also mentions the Falmouth jail and churches. Mrs. Woolery talks about the Bradford, Patton, Waller and Chiles families from the post Civil War era to the early 1900's and attitudes toward slaves after the Civil War. Mrs. Bobb remembers the Greenwood School, recalls the O.W. Coles whiskey distillery and saloon, and mentions people paying taxes by working on road repair. Other topics include housekeeping, farm life, school consolidation, transportation and local businesses. Mr. Rule remembers Pendleton Co. individuals and businesses, politics in Falmouth, honey and dairy farming. He recalls circuses coming to Falmouth, tobacco warehouses that used to be there, describes the streets, sidewalks, first sewers and sewer plant for Falmouth. He also talks about the railroad, Falmouth Fair and Court Day. Each session is approximately 60 minutes in length.
Ancestry.com: library edition
Pendleton Co. Marriage Index, 1799-1964
Bracken & Pendleton Co. Atlas, 1884
Heritage Books Archives
Includes the books: Quaker Marriage Certificates by Gwen Boyer Bjorkman
Virginia Volume 4