Pike County Marriages 1825-1919
Andrew Potter & Elizabeth Boling
Tamry M. Potter & Martin Ratliff
Polly Potter & David Stapleton
Richard Potter & Mary Ramey
Richard Potter & Mary Wallis
Henry Potter & Cinthy Mullins
George Potter & Rebecca Remines
William Potter & Elizabeth Green
Gerome Potter & Arminta Holyfield
Adam Potter & Tina Mullins
Noah Potter & Mahuldah Francisco
Monroe Potter & Elizabeth Branham
Diademy Potter & Simpson Mullins
Leithey Potter & Henry Belcher
Andy Potter & Martha Adams
James Swiney & Mary J. Stapleton
Dave Potter & Lodie Potter
America Potter & Samuel Wallis
Annettie Potter & Earl Cure
Sarah Potter & J. B. Mullins

To view a marriage just click on it!


Welcome to the Potter Flats marriage records from Pike County, Kentucky. The section is currently under construction. I will be adding many more in the next several days. To view a marriage record just click on the name in the left column. These records conatin the orginial spelling and in some cases I was not able to make out a name or a word. We hope you enjoy your time here and find something to assist in your family research.

If you have a marriage record and would like to share it with other family researchers please email me and I will be happy to tell you how to submit it for inclusion on the Potter Flats homepage.

This site is dedicated to our family and your assistance is most appreciated!

As you visit our genealogy pages we hope you see that this site is more than just a fact page. It is our hope that when you leave our pages it is with a deeper understanding of those you find included here. They lived, loved and when they died it left a void in someone life.

I welcome and invite you to submit family photos for inclusion to this site. Please send me an email and I will be happy to advise you on how to submit your information to aid others in their research.

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