Laurel County Kentucky Historical  and Genealogical Society

                                         Purpose of the Society

The Laurel County Kentucky Historical Society's purpose is to collect and maintain as many
records and as much information about Laurel County's history and people as possible and to
make this collection available to Laurel Countians and visitors who seek it.  We specialize in
genealogical research. Our library contains many volumes of reference materials, family histories,
old photos and newspapers, as well as records on microfilm, microfiche, and CD-Rom.  The
Society also has many donated artifacts, some on display and some in storage while we prepare
our museum for the public.

The Society continues to transcribe and publish census, marriage, cemetery and old newspaper
records of Laurel County, along with its quarterly newsletter,
Branches of Laurel.
Officers

President - Jan Sparkman
Vice President - Shirley McCowan
Secretary - Renee Beets
Treasurer - Cordell Huff
Directors - Doris Grant, Joann Roberts,
Anglee Smith
Hours and Location

The library is open on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m.until
3:00 p.m.  Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon.

We are closed holidays.

We also close if weather conditions make it unsafe to be on the
roads. Please check to see if we are open before coming in the
winter months.

Before driving a long distance or making a special trip we advise you to
call and confirm that we are open.

To check if we are open, call 606-864-0607.

The library may be opened by appointment.  Call Shirley at
606-864-2983 to schedule an appointment.

Our library is located at 310 West 3rd Street in downtown London at the
building which formerly housed the Laurel County Health Department.  
Parking is in the front facing 3rd Street and at the rear facing 2nd
Street.  Handicapped access is available from the rear parking lot.
Laurel County Historical Society
Reams DNA Seminar

An Introduction to DNA Testing for
Genealogy
What It Can (and Cannot) Do to Assist
Your Genealogy Research

by Mr. Richard Reams

When: August 18, 2016 at 9:00 A.M.

Where: Historical Society Library on 310 West 3rd
Street (the Old Health Department)

Mr. Reams will be sharing from his knowledge of
and experience with DNA testing for genealogical
purposes.  He will offer a door prize.

He sends a special invitation to anyone with the
surname REAMS.  He will be giving a free 12
marker YDNA test for the male by the name of
Reams who has the longest "Reams" line pedigree.

The seminar is free and open to the public.  We
hope you will join us.

Call 606-864-0607
for more information
or click on the link below