“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Bracken County Kentucky Historical Markers

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By Dave Knoch, July 18, 2015
Augusta College Building
Kentucky (Bracken County), Augusta — 94 — Augusta College — 1822 - 1849
In 1822 the trustees of Bracken Academy with conferences of the Methodist Church of Kentucky and Ohio, merged to found Augusta College. The first established Methodist college in the world. — Map (db m85801) HM
Kentucky (Bracken County), Augusta — Augusta Confederate Monument
In memory of eight unknown Confederate soldiers killed at Augusta, KY. Sept. 27, 1862. — Map (db m85979) WM
Kentucky (Bracken County), Augusta — 501 — Augusta In Civil War
By Sept. 1862 6,000 Union troops had gone from this district. Only 100 Home Guards left, under Col. Bradford. On Sept. 27, Col. Duke with 350 Morgan Raiders attacked. Guards secreted in houses fought until Raiders penetrated area, burned and . . . — Map (db m85877) HM
Kentucky (Bracken County), Augusta — Augusta World War Memorial
Lest We Forget World War I Andrew Ballinger • Ottie Case • Earl Fronk • Hobert Galbraith • Robert Gerhard • Virgil C. Hester • Herbert M. Hill • Hugh Jett • Willie Lucas • Eugene O. McAtee • Charles Teegarden World War II Tice C. Adams • . . . — Map (db m85926) WM
Kentucky (Bracken County), Augusta — 1842 — Philip Buckner (1747-1820)
Captain Philip Buckner, an Englishman, was a Revolutionary War veteran. He came to Va., served adopted colony as issuing commissary, received extensive land grants, then settled here. In 1797, he donated this lot for Augusta Public Square as part of . . . — Map (db m86656) HM

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