Yes, Gorin's work is of the *highest* quality.
On Mon, 27 Mar 2000 13:47:40 EST Sharp2tono(a)aol.com writes:
This came on the KYKNOX list. I know some of you have mentioned KY
ancestors. I'll be getting this one, but thought I'd send it for
may be interested.......Lois
Subject: [KYKNOX] NEW BOOK OUT FOR KENTUCKY RESEARCHERS - Valuable
For any one researching in Kentucky, Sandi Gorin, a Kentucky
well-known genealogist, has just published a new book called:
GUIDE FOR KENTUCKY RESEARCHING VOLUME 1:
A Handbook of Information for the Kentucky Researcher
The book is $28.00 and is a wealth of information that would be
anyone researching anywhere in Kentucky. I just received my copy
purchased from her, and cannot wait for the other volumes to be
You can order by sending a check or money order to:
GORIN GENEALOGICAL PUBLISHING
Sandra K. Gorin, Owner (Kentucky Colonel)
205 Clements Avenue
Glasgow, KY 42141-3409
Including index, there is 220 pages
Vol. 1 has information on Kentucky - the state, county formations,
forts, stations and settlements and recorded residents, old trails,
paths and roads, Revolutionary War Soldier's Pension Applications, a
Kentucky Time Line (1745 - 1874), how Kentucky acquired land, the
line, Tellico lands, Loyal Land Company, Treaty of Paris
Treaty of Fort Stanwix, Treaty of Sycamore Shoals, Lord Dunmore's
Treaty of Camp Charlotte, the Jackson Purchase, Kentucky forts -
Kentucky Militia, Sons of Confederate Veterans, and more, as well as
abbreviations, definitions & terminology, and an index.
I personally have nothing to profit from telling you about this
just think that many of you will want to purchase it. It is a
for the Kentucky researcher.
I recognized many names in this book. If your ancestors were in
early, you will want to check this book.