Governor Charles Scott Records, 1808-1812

Descriptive Summary

Title
Governor Charles Scott Records, 1808-1812
Creator
Scott, Charles, 1739-1813
Extent
3 cubic ft.
Finding Aid Author
Tim Tingle
Repository
Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Governor Charles Scott served in office from 1808-1812 as a Jeffersonian Republican. Originally from Virginia, Scott resided in Woodford County, KY. His occupations included Soldier and Farmer. Charles Scott is most noted for extensive service in the Revolution and Indian wars. He also supported the War of 1812 which began at the end of his term.

Contents of the Collection

Executive Journals

Executive Journals, 1808-1812

  • Volume 1
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Executive Minute Book

Also contains entries from Governor Isaac Shelby's second term, dated 1812-1813.

Executive Minute Book, 1808-1812

  • Volume 1
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Enrolled Bills/Resolutions

Enrolled Bills 1, 1808-1809

  • Volume 1
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Enrolled Bills 2, 1809-1810

  • Volume 2
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Enrolled Bills 3, 1810-1811

  • Volume 3
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Enrolled Bills 4, 1811-1812

  • Volume 4
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Governor's Official Correspondence

Governor's Correspondence, 1809-1812

  • Box 1
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Military Correspondence, 1812

  • Box 1
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Appointments

Civil Appointments, Civil Appointments, 1809-1812

  • Box 1
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Land Grant

Land Grant, 1810

  • Box 1
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Apprehension of Fugitives From Justice Records

Apprehension of Fugitives From Justice Records, 1810-1812

  • Box 1
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Military Appointments

Appointments by the Governor - Military Appointments, 1808-1812

  • Box 1
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