On Main Street (U.S. 460) west of Kentucky Route 36, on the left when traveling east.
Formed 1869 out of part of five joining counties; named for Richard H. Menefee, regarded as one of Kentucky's great orators. Born in Owingsville, 1808. Elected Commonwealth Attorney of 11th Judicial district, 1831; State Representative, 1836-37; . . . — — Map (db m121228) HM
On Old Beaver Road (Kentucky Route 1274) 6.4 miles east of Kentucky Route 36, on the right when traveling east.
Erected in 1819 by J. T. Mason.
it began operations under Robert
Crockett, ironmaster. The furnace
was a big truncated pyramid of
sandstone blocks, 35 feet high
with a 28 foot square base. Some
products: nails, “plough . . . — — Map (db m146658) HM
On Old Beaver Road (Route 1274) at Big Woods Road, on the right when traveling west on Old Beaver Road.
In April 1793, thirty-five Indians
attacked Morgan’s Station, a fort
in Montgomery County, and captured
nineteen residents. Pursued by
a group of settlers, the Indians
killed some captives at Murder
Branch in Menifee County. After
a skirmish . . . — — Map (db m146651) HM