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"The fifty-ninth county in order of formation, Whitley County is located in southeastern Kentucky, along the Tennessee state line. It is bordered by Bell, Knox, Laurel, and McCreary counties and has an area of 443 square miles. The county was formed January 17, 1818, from a section of Knox County and was named in honor of Col. William Whitley, a Kentucky pioneer and Indian fighter. The county seat, Williamsburg was originally called Whitley Courthouse.

I am the County Coordniator for Whitley Co.  My name is Gayle Triller and I am in the process of updating and rebulding  this site.  If you have any data, photos, family group sheets or any other information that might help or be of any interest to others searching the same family please send it to me to be added to this site.  You never know what little bit of information might break down someone's brick wall or bring them to you with information or photos that you need.

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