Living Will Kentucky
Biographical Directory of the Kentucky General Assembly. Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Historical Society, 1964. FHL film 467391 item 2. This directory includes members of every session of the Kentucky General Assembly from 1792 to 1964. From 1792 to 1851 the directory is arranged by district, county, then senator for the Senate and by county and then representative for the House of Representatives. After 1851 the directory is arranged by district, county, and Senator/Representative for both the Senate and House of Representatives. The notes section after every session often contains the date and place of death if the elected official died while in office. It also gives the names of those expelled and the date and reason for the action.
Dickey, John Jay. Autobiography and Diary. Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky, 1951. FHL films 157070–5 John Jay Dickey (1842–1934) was a Baptist minister from Fleming County, Kentucky, who used his diary to record the genealogies of anyone who would allow him to do so. The diary runs from 18 November 1882 to 15 October 1933. It is indexed in:
Winton, Wilma. Pioneer Ghosts of Kentucky, Rest in Peace John Jay Dickey: A Comprehensive Name Index of the Dickey Diary. 4 vols. Modesto, California: Pearl Bullock, 1986. FHL film 6010769–772; book 976.9 D3wi. Mr. Dickey was a Baptist minister who lived in northeastern Kentucky from 1842 to 1934. During his ministry, he felt a need to preserve the genealogies of everyone he met.
Draper, Lyman Copeland, comp. Draper's Biographical Sketches. Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Library, 1951. FHL film 001750 This film is unindexed but includes many biographies of eminent early residents of Kentucky and nearby states. These biographies are abstracted from the large Draper Manuscript Collection described on the Kentucky History wiki page.
Kentucky. Chicago and New York: The American Historical Society, 1922. Digital version at FamilySearch Books Online - free.