We are starting a new trend here on Piedmont Trails. Once in a while, we will present you with a question about history and genealogy. The query will most likely deal with current topics and research that we are currently working on. Choose to comment and join the conversation. We may insert voting polls to elaborate on the subject. Cast your vote and bring your friends. We hope this new movement will entice you to be more outspoken and not shy. Don’t worry; there are no wrong answers to these questions. Expanding our communication tools and hearing from you is the best. Throwing in history and genealogy, well, it doesn’t get any better, Right? We are calling this new trend, Question of the Week. The site’s archive will store these just like the articles. Any keywords you enter in the search box will retrieve the question segments too. Are you ready for our first question?
Do you think you have ancestors living in present-day Kentucky before 1790?
The keyword in the question is, think. Many of you may know for sure, and that’s great. Share your discoveries, don’t keep them hidden. Others may have a hunch or a clue that leads them to Kentucky. That’s the name of the game, understanding the clues. Submit your answers and comments to the question. Let’s get this conversation going.
Just a reminder, we have a podcast show airing soon on this subject. And, we are live streaming on December 19th about the early Kentucky roads. Check out the video below for details.
Below you will find a poll. Cast your vote. Include your thoughts about the early Kentucky settlements with your comments. We want to thank you for participating in our question of the week. Enjoy Your Journey To The Past.