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Historical Markers in Auburn, Kentucky

 
Clickable Map of Logan County, Kentucky and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Logan County, KY (59) Butler County, KY (13) Muhlenberg County, KY (12) Simpson County, KY (31) Todd County, KY (14) Warren County, KY (100) Robertson County, TN (39)  LoganCounty(59) Logan County (59)  ButlerCounty(13) Butler County (13)  MuhlenbergCounty(12) Muhlenberg County (12)  SimpsonCounty(31) Simpson County (31)  ToddCounty(14) Todd County (14)  WarrenCounty(100) Warren County (100)  RobertsonCountyTennessee(39) Robertson County (39)
Russellville is the county seat for Logan County
Auburn is in Logan County
      Logan County (59)  
ADJACENT TO LOGAN COUNTY
      Butler County (13)  
      Muhlenberg County (12)  
      Simpson County (31)  
      Todd County (14)  
      Warren County (100)  
      Robertson County, Tennessee (39)  
 
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1Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — 1623 — "Elmwood"
This was last home of Capt. John Lewis, born 1747 in Va., son of Col. Fielding Lewis and Catherine Washington, first cousin of George Washington. Col. Lewis and John supplied Va. troops with gunpowder during Rev. War. In 1811, John and daughter Mary . . . Map (db m165552) HM
2Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — 1846 Ministry Shop
1846 Ministry Shop Community’s leadership loved and worked hereMap (db m199251) HM
3Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — 1931 — McCutchen Meadows
Earliest land grant to property is dated 1798 and signed by James Garrard, 2nd gov. of Ky. Issued to Elizabeth, widow of John McCutchen. Built by 1825, mansion originally had four rooms and wide central hall upstairs and down, with rear wing. Family . . . Map (db m123374) HM
4Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — Site of 1815 Brick Dwelling
Site of 1815 Brick Dwelling Early residence of the Centre FamilyMap (db m199211) HM
5Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — Site of 1816 Blacksmith Shop
Site of 1816 Blacksmith Smith Shop Where horses were shod and iron implements madeMap (db m199254) HM
6Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — Site of 1818 Meeting House
Site of 1818 Meeting House Shakers worshipped here for over one hundred yearsMap (db m199253) HM
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7Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — Site of 1824 Cistern
Site of 1824 Cistern Supplied water to the Meeting HouseMap (db m199258) HM
8Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — Site of 1824 Meeting House Privy
{Title is text}Map (db m199259) HM
9Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — Site of 1828 Buzz Saw and Machine Shop
Site of 1828 Buzz Saw & Machine Shop Early horse-drive machinery implemented hereMap (db m199210) HM
10Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — Site of 1836 Cooper’s Shop
Site of 1836 Cooper’s Shop Barrels and pails were made for community use and for saleMap (db m199212) HM
11Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — Site of 1841 Trustees Office
Site of 1841 Trustees Office Business office of the community, guests could dine and spend the nightMap (db m199257) HM
12Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — Site of 1856 Post Office
Site of 1856 Post Office Used as a school house after the Civil WarMap (db m199255) HM
13Kentucky (Logan County), Auburn — Site of Ca. 1830 Bee Hive House
Site of Ca. 1830 Bee Hive House A round brick building, designed for production of honeyMap (db m199268) HM
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Sep. 25, 2022