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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Casey County, Kentucky
Adjacent to Casey County, Kentucky
► Adair County (12) ► Boyle County (125) ► Lincoln County (37) ► Marion County (22) ► Pulaski County (54) ► Russell County (4) ► Taylor County (30)
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|Present seat of justice, built 1888, was preceded by log building, 1809, and brick structure, 1837. Architects for current courthouse were the noted McDonald Bros. of Louisville. Its asymmetrical design and lavish use of stone trim (by T. D. . . . — — Map (db m83438) HM|
The Memory Of Our Comrades
Who Entered The Service
Of Their Country
From Casey County, Kentucky
And Who Gave Their Lives
In The World War
Erected by the Citizens of
Casey Co. and elsewhere
under auspices of . . . — — Map (db m84102) WM|
|A spirited USA Civil War leader. Enlisted July 11, 1861. Aided Col. Frank Wolford with recruiting of lst Ky. Cav. Distinctive service many campaigns. Succeeded Wolford in command, Mar., 1864. Mustered out, Dec. 31, 1864. Born, 1839, Pulaski Co. . . . — — Map (db m83441) HM|
First Kentucky Cavalry
Casey County, home of one-third of this Union regiment and of its commanders Col. Frank L. Wolford and Col. Silas Adams. Others came from eight nearby Ky. counties. Recruited July 1861, trained at Camp Dick . . . — — Map (db m83439) HM|
|Entered land on Carpenter's Creek 8 miles north, 1780, on a Treasury Warrant for service in Revolution. Land Grant signed, 1783, by Gov. Benj. Harrison. Engaged in Battle of Point Pleasant, 1774. Served in Rockingham Militia, Va., during Revolution. . . . — — Map (db m83446) HM|