Kentucky Military History Records Research – Brandon Slone

Kentuckians who fought in an armed conflict may have pension records, discharge records, muster rolls, etc. that are of great genealogical value.  Where these records are archived and how to access them will be discussed in this presentation. (All expert levels)


Brandon K. Slone

Military Historian, Military Records and Research Branch, Kentucky Department of

Military Affairs

Education: BA in History (Eastern Kentucky University); MA in Mid-nineteenth Century Military History (EKU)

Professional Experience: St Lucie County (FL) Historical Society Museum, Restoration And Museum Assistant; Petersburg National Battlefield, Summer Program and Living History Director; Eastern Kentucky University Archives, Research Assistant; Eastern Kentucky University, Graduate Teaching Assistant; White Hall State Shrine, Research Director; Berea Independent Schools, Chapter One Reading Specialist

Personal: Married to Jodee (Dyer) Slone – Instructional Coach, Bullitt Co Board of Ed

Children:   Lisa (Slone) Meinsen – EKU/Johns Hopkins; Arie Slone – Transylvania University/ University of the Cumberlands; Joshua Slone – Transylvania University/University of Alabama, Huntsville

Hobbies – Travel; US Military History, Battlefields, Museums; Florida State University Football; Independent Christian Church; Softball

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