“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 Cumberland County, Kentucky

Clickable Map of Cumberland 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> Cumberland County, KY (9) Adair County, KY (12) Clinton County, KY (6) Metcalfe County, KY (11) Monroe County, KY (36) Russell County, KY (6) Clay County, TN (13)  CumberlandCounty(9) Cumberland County (9)  AdairCounty(12) Adair County (12)  ClintonCounty(6) Clinton County (6)  MetcalfeCounty(11) Metcalfe County (11)  MonroeCounty(36) Monroe County (36)  RussellCounty(6) Russell County (6)  ClayCountyTennessee(13) Clay County (13)
Burkesville is the county seat for Cumberland County
Adjacent to Cumberland County, Kentucky
      Adair County (12)  
      Clinton County (6)  
      Metcalfe County (11)  
      Monroe County (36)  
      Russell County (6)  
      Clay County, Tennessee (13)  
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1Kentucky, Cumberland County, Burkesville — Burkesville FerryGreat Raid — July 1-2, 1863 —
On Banks Street south of Upper River Street, on the right when traveling south.
John Hunt Morgan’s Great Raid into Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio began in Cumberland County, Kentucky. The raid lasted 25 days and covered a thousand miles, making it the longest Confederate raid of the Civil War. Morgan commanded 2,460 cavalrymen . . . Map (db m98884) HM
2Kentucky, Cumberland County, Burkesville — Confederate Crossings at Neeley's FerryThe Great Raid — July 1-2, 1863 —
On Celina Road (Kentucky Route 61) 0.4 miles north of Cold Springs Road, on the right when traveling south.
During late June 1863 Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan's scouts and portions of his nine regiments moved into Cumberland County preparing for the Great Raid in Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio. The 1st Brigade, numbering 1,450 cavalrymen under Col. . . . Map (db m98882) HM
3Kentucky, Cumberland County, Burkesville — 959 — Cumberland County
On North Main Street (Kentucky Route 61) at Hill Street, on the left when traveling south on North Main Street.
Established 1798, taken out of Green County. Later, between 1800 and 1860, parts of Wayne, Monroe, Russell, Clinton, Metcalfe were taken from its original territory. First known white men here, 1769. Daniel Boone explored area, 1771. Burkesville, . . . Map (db m98889) HM
4Kentucky, Cumberland County, Burkesville — 885 — Lincoln's Father Here
On North Main Street (Kentucky Route 61) at Hill Street, on the left when traveling south on North Main Street.
Thomas Lincoln made claim for land in Cumberland County in May, 1801. In Jan., 1802 and again in 1804 he was appointed constable. On Sept. 5, 1802, he was commissioned ensign in Cornstalk Militia of Cumberland County. Returned to Washington County. . . . Map (db m98887) HM
5Kentucky, Cumberland County, Burkesville — 515 — Morgan On To Ohio
On South Main Street (Kentucky Route 61) at Upper River Street, on the left when traveling north on South Main Street.
July 2, 1863, CSA Gen. John Hunt Morgan crossed Cumberland River near here, brushing aside Union patrols on north bank. Morgan placed some troops in ambush one mile from here and drove Union forces back to camp at Marrowbone. Morgan crossed Kentucky . . . Map (db m98891) HM
6Kentucky, Cumberland County, Burkesville — 601 — Raiders Entered Here
On North Main Street (Kentucky Route 61) at Hill Street, on the left when traveling south on North Main Street.
CSA Morgan's Raiders entered Kentucky here July 2, 1863. Union forces skirmished at Burkesville that day, followed by battles at Tebb's Bend July 4 and Lebanon on the 5th. At Brandenburg crossed Ohio River July 8 into Indiana. In northeastern Ohio, . . . Map (db m98886) HM
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7Kentucky, Cumberland County, Burkesville — Skirmish at Norris BranchThe Great Raid — July 2, 1863 —
On Norris Branch Road, 0.1 miles north of Glasgow Road (Kentucky Route 90), on the left when traveling north.
After the initial wave of Morgan's 1st Brigade crossed the Cumberland River, he sent about twenty men to reconnoiter west of Burkesville. The objective was to deflect the attention of the 3,000 Union soldiers camped at Marrowbone, seven miles west, . . . Map (db m98894) HM
8Kentucky, Cumberland County, Burkesville — Smith PharmacyOldest Pharmacy in the State of Kentucky
On Hill Street at North Main Street (Kentucky Route 61), on the right when traveling east on Hill Street.
It all began in 1814 when three brothers, John, Philip, and Reuben Alexander opened a store called the "J.P.R. Store." Throughout the 19th century this store, not only sold drugs for man and animal, but sold everything from planks to cuff buttons. . . . Map (db m98885) HM
9Kentucky, Cumberland County, Marrowbone — Civil War Camp at Marrowbone
On Glasgow Road (Kentucky Route 90) at Roadside Spur Road, on the left when traveling west on Glasgow Road.
Both Union and Confederate troops used Marrowbone as a camp several times during the Civil War. In mid-February 1863, Federal 1st Kentucky Cavalrymen under Col. Frank Wolford encamped at Marrowbone. During the spring of 1863, detachments of at least . . . Map (db m98895) HM
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Mar. 24, 2023