Logan County Archives


Genealogical Society

Have you heard the exciting news?  

We have received a Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels matching grant!

This has allowed us to replace the 30+ year old HVAC unit in the vault area.

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We have received a Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives Grant for $83,783.09!

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Logan County is situated in south central Kentucky, covering 557 square miles in the Pennyroyal Plateau area. Logan County shares borders with Todd County to the west, Muhlenberg County to the northwest, Butler County to the north, Warren County to the northeast, Simpson County to the southeast, and Robertson County, Tennessee to the south.

The county is home to approximately 27,000 residents living in the cities of Adairville, Auburn, Lewisburg, and Russellville; as well as the communities of Agnes, Anderson, Beechland, Cave Springs, Chandlers Chapel, Cooperstown, Corinth, Costelow, Crossroad, Danby, Deer Lick, Dennis, Diamond Springs, Dot, Edwards, Epleys, Everett, Ferguson, Gasper, Gordonsville, Happy Hollow, Henryville, Hilltop, Hollow Bill, Homer, Insco, Jerico, Justice, Keysburg, Lickskillet, Lost City, Mortimer Station, Mosley Pond, Oakville, Old Volney, Olmstead, Richelieu, Rogers, Schochoh, South Union, Spa, Whippoorwill, and Wolf Lick.

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