The Slaves of Henry Clay
Tour of Ashland, the home of Henry Clay begins at 12:30 p.m. Limited group size requires RSVP
$9.00. Followed by discussion and Q & A on the SLAVES of Henry Clay.
CALL (502) 682-5082 by 11:00 to confirm availability
Saturday, May 16, 2015
120 Sycamore Road (off Richmond Road)
Lexington, KY 40502
Welcome to the African American Genealogy Group of Kentucky, also known as AAGGKY or simply, "The Group." We are a non-profit group formed in 2011 by several like-minded individuals interested in the preservation of African American history and heritage in the Bluegrass. Are you interested in learning about United States Colored Troops, slave records, conducting oral histories, or planning family reunions? So are we. Share our passion. Share your stories. Join our group today!
We educate by sharing. The African-American Genealogy Group of Kentucky meets monthly on third Saturdays. To maximize involvement, our meetings are held in varying, easily accessible locations throughout central Kentucky. Our meetings are free and open to the public, though paid memberships with voting and leadership privileges are available, both for individuals and for organizations.
We invite members and those in attendance at our monthly meetings to share their research experiences and offer tips and techniques unique to conducting Black genealogical research in Kentucky. Even if you are unable to attend, our forum offers another way to share with us!
We hold workshops, round table discussions, sponsor events and speakers highlighting various topics of interest to those researching Kentucky's African American generations, including but not limited to historic preservation, computer technology, military histories, family trees, etc.
If this sounds like something that would interest you or someone you know, please view our contact page where you can request more information regarding the organization and what we do, or fill out an online membership application.