Kentucky land, census and marriage records from the late 1700s to the 1900s have recently resurfaced and are being prepared for public inspection. The books are important for genealogists who want to document history and traditions of family members. The Lexington Herald-Leader reported the books are being indexed to make information easier to find and documents are being scanned so they can be made available for public viewing. The original record books will not be available for the public.
Microfilming at the Department of Libraries and Archives should be complete within two weeks, said Barbara Teague, state archivist and records administrator.
I didn't see any mention of the indexes or scanned images being made available online.