Danville, Kentucky, Bellevue Cemetery Records are now Available on CD

The Boyle County (KY) Genealogical and Historical Society, Inc, now offers for sale a CD of Bill and Beulah Jones’s massive work on Danville’s Bellevue Cemetery Records. The new CD contains more than 14,000 documented and well-researched entries, adding to and correcting the city’s records.

Though Bellevue is not the oldest cemetery in the county, many earlier interments have been moved to the Bellevue Cemetery, so Bellevue has become THE resting place of many important historical figures in the central Kentucky area, from the early 19th Century on. Bill and Beulah have spent several years working on this project. The CD contains a Microsoft Excel file of the records (printable on 8-1/2 by 14 paper), an Adobe PDF version, an explanatory page, and a series of overall and detailed maps of Bellevue.

The cost is $25.00 which includes taxes, shipping/handling. If ordering by mail, send a check for $25.00 payable to the Boyle County Genealogical and Historical Society, Inc, and mail to P. O. Box 24, Parksville, KY 40464.

My thanks to newsletter reader Michael J Denis for telling me about this new resource on CD.

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I believe you will find the entire database on-line absolutely free as well as an excel database for the other large cemetery in Danville at a website maintained by the city of Danville. It can easily be copied and pasted into an excel file and then searched or sorted with ease.

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Thank you for mentioning this. I have many ancestors in this cemetery.

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