(from p. 43 & 44 under County Matters, Kentucky State Register, for the year 1847)
County seat: Blandville.
Terms of County Court: Fourth Monday in each month except April and October.
Justices of the Peace: Willis White, Joseph W. James, Cadmus B. Young, John Ross, Pennel Billington, Reuben George, B.H. Bemiss, Reason G. Puntney, Wm. E. Bishop, Samuel Wilson, Noah Turke, Richard D. Gholston, E.R. Haynes, Joseph M. Morris.
Sheriff: Mathew J. Warters, commissioned Dec. 6, 1845.
Deputy Sheriffs: Thomas T. Terrill, Charles J. Terrill, and Edwin Terrill.
Clerk: Jacob Corbitt, Blandville.
County Attorney: Oscar F. Stirman, do.
Jailer: Wm. Chiles, do.
Coroner: Peyton R. Jennings.
Constables: A.J. Warden, Wm. B. Porter, Thomas W. Jennings, Walter W Adams, Richard Weaver, Wilson Watson, Charles W. Smithicum, Richard Vallandingham.
Notaries Public: None.
Surveyor: H.G. Black.
Commissioners of Tax: Charles W. Smithicum and Richard T. Milburn.
Attorneys at Law: John W. Crockett, Samuel H. Jenkins, Oscar F. Stirman, Charles S. Marshal, Oliver H.P. Miller, Joseph Bigger, Charles Wickliffe, Robert T. Grundy, Blandville.
Physicians: G.W. Boyd, Austin W. Vallandingham, Wm. Hawthorn, A.N. Thompson, D. W. Christian, Blandville; John M., Flint, Harmon; Harmon Read, Milburn; R.W. L. Hickman, Jos. Morris, Lovelaceville; Thomas J. Jenkins, county.
Principal Merchants: Freeman Beecher, Lovelaceville; Quigley, Jones, Horn and Pile, Milburn.