“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Clinton County, Kentucky

Clickable Map of Clinton County, Kentucky and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Clinton County, KY (6) Cumberland County, KY (9) Russell County, KY (6) Wayne County, KY (15) Clay County, TN (13) Pickett County, TN (3)  ClintonCounty(6) Clinton County (6)  CumberlandCounty(9) Cumberland County (9)  RussellCounty(6) Russell County (6)  WayneCounty(15) Wayne County (15)  ClayCountyTennessee(13) Clay County (13)  PickettCounty(3) Pickett County (3)
Albany is the county seat for Clinton County
Adjacent to Clinton County, Kentucky
      Cumberland County (9)  
      Russell County (6)  
      Wayne County (15)  
      Clay County, Tennessee (13)  
      Pickett County, Tennessee (3)  
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1Kentucky, Clinton County, Albany — 780 — Civil War Terrorist
On Cumberland Street at South Cross Street, on the left when traveling west on Cumberland Street.
Champ Ferguson born here in 1821. Guerrilla leader with Confederate leaning, but attacked supporters of both sides thruout Civil War in southern Ky., Tenn. Over 100 murders ascribed to Ferguson alone. Hunted by both CSA and USA. Taken after end of . . . Map (db m136581) HM
2Kentucky, Clinton County, Albany — 1619 — Clear Fork Baptist Church
Near Clear Fork Road, 0.1 miles east of County Road 1150K, on the left when traveling east.
Front Isaac Denton, Sr., first preacher in region, 1798. He founded the Stockton Valley Church, 1801, and constituted Clear Fork Baptist Church, April 1, 1802; founded Stockton Valley Assn., 1805. Organized first school in area, 1806. . . . Map (db m136773) HM
3Kentucky, Clinton County, Albany — 811 — County Named, 1835
On North Washington Street at Cumberland Street, on the left when traveling north on North Washington Street.
For DeWitt Clinton, 1769-1828. In New York Senate, nine years; U.S. Senate, 1802-03, where he introduced XII Amendment, present method of electing U.S. president, vice president. Mayor, New York, nine years; leader, tax supported school movement. . . . Map (db m136583) HM
4Kentucky, Clinton County, Albany — 597 — Courthouse Burned
On Jefferson Street at South Cross Street (Business U.S. 127), on the left when traveling east on Jefferson Street.
Twenty-two Kentucky courthouses were burned during Civil War, nineteen in last fifteen months: twelve by Confederates, eight by guerrillas, two by Union accident. See map on reverse side. The courthouse at Albany was burned by guerrillas late in . . . Map (db m136768) HM
5Kentucky, Clinton County, Albany — 1306 — Governor's Birthplace
Near South Clearfork Road, 0.3 miles north of Cedar Knob Road (Kentucky Route 969), on the right when traveling north. Reported missing.
Thomas E. Bramlette born near here on Jan. 3, 1817. State legislature in 1841. Appointed by Gov. John Crittenden as the commonwealth's attorney, 1848. Circuit judge, 1856-1860. Accepted Federal Army commission in 1861. Raised and commanded 3rd Ky. . . . Map (db m136585) HM
6Kentucky, Clinton County, Albany — 1516 — Pioneer Settler
On North Washingtgon Street at Jefferson Street, on the left when traveling north on North Washingtgon Street.
William Wood (1773-1851), native of Virginia, was a founder of Cumberland and a leader in Clinton Co. He represented Cumberland Co. (when Clinton was part of it) in the General Assembly for 23 years. One of the founders of Clear Fork Baptist Church, . . . Map (db m136771) HM
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Mar. 20, 2023