The Bullitt County History Museum

Publications for Sale

The following items are available at the museum or by mail. Our mailing address is Bullitt County History Museum, P.O. Box 960, Shepherdsville, KY 40165. Make check payable to the Bullitt County Genealogical Society.
Bullitt County Order Book D (1813-1825) by Charles Hartley, 2022, softcover, 345 pages with names index [details] $15.95
The Browningtown Massacre by Charles Hartley, 2018, softcover, 343 pages [details] $15.95
Train Wreck, Shepherdsville, Kentucky, December 20, 1917, by Charles Hartley, 2017, softcover, 205 pages [details] $19.95
More Bullitt County Memories by David Strange and Charles Hartley, 2015. $20.00
Bullitt County Memories by David Strange and Charles Hartley, 2013. $20.00
Railroad Town (Lebanon Junction), a book of photographs, Stephen Masden and Burlyn Pike, 1991 $7.00
History of Bullitt County, 1974; reprint 2010 $10.00
Bullitt County Court Order Book J, 1867-1873. Abstracted by Ed Lee, and indexed by Betty Darnell. $8.00
Bullitt County Court Order Book O, 1900-1908. Abstracted by Ed Lee, and indexed by Betty Darnell. $8.00
A CD containing image scans of all surveys and deeds related to 42 old Bullitt County land patents that were issued in the early years after Kentucky became a state. [details] $15.00
1925 Bullitt County Map (18" x 24" poster, mailed in tube) $10.00
McFarland Funeral Home Records (Mt. Washington), Doris Owen: 1910-1961$28.00
Back issues of Wilderness Road. - Volumes 13 through the present issue. (Volumes 1-12 are online here.) Per issue:$7.00
Guardian Records, 1823-1905$23.00
1870 Bullitt County Census, Mary Sabetti$25.00
Archaeological Excavations at the Old Bank Building, Shepherdsville, M. Jay Stottman, 1999$5.00
Bullitt County, Kentucky, Births, (1852-1859, 1894, 1907, 1909-10)$13.00
Five-Generation Family Charts$5.00
Bullitt County Family History by Sherry Lee $20.00

The following items are published by Betty Darnell. They may be picked up at the History Museum or ordered by mail from Betty. Her mailing address is Betty R. Darnell, 171 Anna Lee Drive, Taylorsville KY 40071. Make checks payable to Betty R. Darnell. The price includes required postage and packaging fees.
Archibald Magruder of Maryland and Kentucky, His Ancestors and His Descendants by Betty Darnell [details] $75.00
1810 Bullitt County Census and Tax List $6.00
1820 Bullitt County Census $8.50
1830 Bullitt County Census $9.00
1840 Bullitt County Census $9.00
1880 Bullitt County Census $34.00
1900 Bullitt County Census
  Vol. 1 (Shepherdsville & Mt. Washington) $28.00
  Vol. 2 (Leaches District, Pine Tavern District, Lebanon Junction) $28.00
Bullitt County, Abstracts of Deed Book A, 1797-1805 $26.50
Bullitt County, Abstracts of Deed Book B, 1805-1813 $26.50
Bullitt County, Abstracts of Deed Book C, 1813-1818 $26.50
Bullitt County, Abstracts of Deed Book D, 1819-1822 $26.50
Bullitt County, Abstracts of Deed Book E, 1822-1825 $27.50
Bullitt Circuit Court Deed Book A, 1820-1842 $18.00
Bullitt County, Survey Plat Book $18.00
Bullitt County Tax Lists, 1797-1804 $38.50
Bullitt County, Court Order Book A, 1797-1800 $8.50
Bullitt County Marriage Records (Bonds, Licenses, Ministers' Returns, Registers)
  1797-1825 $45.00
  1826-1835 $34.00
  1836-1845 $34.00
  1846-1855 $34.00
Bullitt County Will Book A, 1796-1823 $26.50
Bullitt County Will Book B, 1823-1838 $26.50
Bullitt County Will Book C, 1837-1846 NEW! $35.00
Henry Crist/Crist Families $55.00
Prepared by the Devil's Devil, J. R. Zimmerman 1931-32 series, about 1891 Shepherdsville-area residents) $23.50
St. Francis Xavier Parish History, 1846-1996 $12.00
Shepherdsville Pioneer Graveyard, an annotated reading $5.00
Who Was Who in Bullitt County (extract of 1949-1950 news column, based on 1850 census) $18.00

The Bullitt County History Museum, a service of the Bullitt County Genealogical Society, is located in the county courthouse at 300 South Buckman Street (Highway 61) in Shepherdsville, Kentucky. The museum, along with its research room, is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday; and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday. Admission is free. The museum, as part of the Bullitt County Genealogical Society, is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization and is classified as a 509(a)2 public charity. Contributions and bequests are deductible under section 2055, 2106, or 2522 of the Internal Revenue Code. Page last modified: 26 Sep 2022 . Page URL: