Welcome to the McLean County KYGenWeb site. The purpose of this site is to provide you with genealogy information to support your research interests in the county. Your county coordinator is Taneya Koonce.
Located in Western Kentucky, McLean County was formed in 1854 from Daviess, Ohio and Muhlenberg counties. The county was named for Alney McLean (1779-1841), a United States Representative from Kentucky. Calhoun is the county seat.
Other cities, towns and communities in the county include Beech Grove, Buel, Buttonsberry, Cleopatra, Comer, Congleton, Elba, Island, Glenville, Guffie, Lemon, Livermore, Livia, Nuckols, Pack, Poplar Grove (formerly called Faith), Poverty, Sacremento, Semiway, Wrightsburg, and Wymon.
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