Frances, Kentucky: Days Gone By has been reprinted, and it's already selling out quickly.
The book contains nearly 200 pages of information on the town, including census records, cemetery listings for area cemeteries (Old Duvall, Crider slave, Duvall #1, James I. Hill, Jackson slave, Glenn and Martin, Caldwell Springs, John W. Oliver, Koon, McWaters, Brasher-Eberle, Holder, James and Mary Jane Polk-Duvall, Burklow, Willingham, Asbridge, Redd, Perkins, Hard, Owen, Oliver, Frances Presbyterian, Stephenson), historical documents, biographies of families and citizens of the area, newspaper abstracts, school church histories, mine history, several photographs, and supplemental information to the Dycusburg book.
Many pages of the book are available for previewing as PDF documents here. Maroon hardbound book includes a full-name index. Published in 2002. 194 pp.
If you'd like to order a copy at $65, please send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.