Yelton & Osborne Genealogy

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The Yeltons:

Located in this site, you will find information on many families who settled along the Ohio River in Northern Kentucky. There are over 5,000 names in my database. The families will have familiar names, to those of you researching Pendleton, Kenton, Grant and Carroll Counties in Kentucky. The Yelton family is my Fatherís line and include: Allender, Biddle, Cummins, Dunaway, Ellis, Fields, Gosney, Taylor, Yelton and many more.

For additional information on this family, check out the Yelton Family web site at: The Yelton Family



The Osborns:

This portion of the site belongs to my Mother. She began this research in 1966. I picked it back up several years ago and have been addicted to genealogy ever since! The families listed here are also settlers of the Ohio River Valley. They came from Virginia and found homes in Owen, Trimble, Henry and Carroll County. Surnames of this genealogy include: Caldwell, Cocke, Coleman, Dunn, Foree, Hampton, Hughes, Jump, Mason, Minor, Miles, Osborn, Sims, Supplee, Williams and many more.

For additional information on this family, check out the Osborne Origins web site at: Osborne Origins


Two very special people. Two very special photographs.

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Family Reports:

Various connecting families, including Coleman, Cummins, Ellis, Fields, Marlette, Mason, Minor, Taylor and more.



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The Barton Papers






Interesting Facts About the Yelton Clan and Connecting Families

Yelton Soldiers

A Letter Home:

A letter written by Civil War soldier, Perry Fields, to his family in Pendleton Co., KY.


Photo Album:

Please take time to view my photos. Many are copies of original tintypes dating back to the Civil War. My photo gallery is expanding and I have added several additional pages.


School Days:

The 1898 commencement program of the Mt. Auburn school, Pendleton Co., KY. (My thanks to Cheri Daniels for sharing this wonderful piece of history) Please visit her site, Journeys Past!



Some really Great links! (If you have a link you would like to add, please contact me!)

My Guest Book:

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- Contact Information -

Please email me with any errors you may find or any questions you may have.

County Coordinator and Proud Member of the USGenWeb:

Adair County, Kentucky

Carroll County, Kentucky

Casey County, Kentucky

Gallatin County, Kentucky

Henry County, Kentucky

Marion County, Kentucky

Oldham County, Kentucky

Owen County, Kentucky

Pendleton County, Kentucky

Stafford County, Virginia

Web site posted March 19, 2000


An Honorary Kentucky Colonel


Commissioned March 4, 1974


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