“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 Bloomfield, Kentucky

Clickable Map of Nelson 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> Nelson County, KY (54) Anderson County, KY (10) Bullitt County, KY (24) Hardin County, KY (93) Larue County, KY (25) Marion County, KY (26) Spencer County, KY (8) Washington County, KY (37)  NelsonCounty(54) Nelson County (54)  AndersonCounty(10) Anderson County (10)  BullittCounty(24) Bullitt County (24)  HardinCounty(93) Hardin County (93)  LarueCounty(25) Larue County (25)  MarionCounty(26) Marion County (26)  SpencerCounty(8) Spencer County (8)  WashingtonCounty(37) Washington County (37)
Bardstown is the county seat for Nelson County
Bloomfield is in Nelson County
      Nelson County (54)  
      Anderson County (10)  
      Bullitt County (24)  
      Hardin County (93)  
      Larue County (25)  
      Marion County (26)  
      Spencer County (8)  
      Washington County (37)  
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1 Kentucky, Nelson County, Bloomfield — 2249 — Ham Brown Log Cabin
Prior to the Civil War, Ham Brown was “a free man of color.” On May 21, 1866, he purchased the cabin in Bloomfield and it remained in his family until 1980. Ham, a shoemaker, and Adeline Brown had seven children. Vacant and in disrepair, . . . Map (db m136828) HM
2 Kentucky, Nelson County, Bloomfield — 1077 — Romantic 1825 Tragedy
(Front) Jereboam Beauchamp and wife Anna buried here in same coffin at own request. To avenge her alleged seduction by Col. Solomon Sharp, Beauchamp murdered him at Sharp's Frankfort home, 1825. Beauchamp and Anna were held in Frankfort . . . Map (db m136823) HM
3 Kentucky, Nelson County, Bloomfield — 2228 — Walnut Groves Farm
Front Established in 1818 when Samuel Boone Merrifield and his wife, Frances Bemiss, purchased 333 acres on Simpson Creek. Farm was originally a 1,000-acre Virginia land grant, signed by Governor Patrick Henry, to Thomas Lewis on June 1, . . . Map (db m136826) HM
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Jun. 20, 2024