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Query Exchange

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The Query Exchange allows you to add your own queries, respond to queries already posted, browse the query and surname index, post a query when you are not sure of which county your ancestors were from.

Successful Query:

  • In the subject line write Jackson County

  • The body of the e-mail is where all other information should be written, such as:

  • Who were the people you are looking for, their full names, their maiden names (if known).

  • When did they live and die, when did they come here, etc. (It is better to give estimated dates than nothing, but please state it as being an estimate)

  • Where did they live or where was the general area.

  • What is the information you are requesting.

  • Finally, give contact information (i.e. e-mail or snail mail address and name).

Data Exchange

Bull Pen


Helpful Links


Online Data

Photo Page


The Data Exchange allows you to see what online data is available for Jackson County, what lookup sources there are for research, what towns are or were in Jackson County and a little history for the curious.  Also, there is a page of links to help with your research, to give hints and some off line addresses.

Jackson County now has a mailing list found at  Thanks to Edward Black who is responsible for maintaining this list.

Honor Wall   For those who have given of themselves to promote or enlighten others about Jackson County

Old Cowboy Proverb:
Always drink upstream of the herd


Project Exchange


COGenWeb Archives



The Project Exchange allows you to navigate through out the different project areas, be they State, National or World level.

The Beginning:  In March and April of 1996 a group of genealogists got together and organized the Kentucky Comprehensive Genealogy Database Project.  Their idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in Kentucky, where collected databases would be stored.  In addition, the databases would be indexed and cross-linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be located in the index.

Volunteers were then found who were willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of these county web pages.

In June of 1996, as the Kentucky project was nearing completion, the concept came about to extend this idea to each of the remaining states.  As with the Kentucky project, volunteers were found to host the state pages and USGenWeb was launched.  The USGenWeb Project is now a national organization helping to keep all the sites interconnected and with a relative uniformity.  Since its inception, the project has and will maintain one central idea: an area for FREE collection and dissemination of data.

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