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Historical Markers in Erlanger, Kentucky

 
Clickable Map of Kenton 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 Kenton County, KY (94) Boone County, KY (51) Campbell County, KY (44) Grant County, KY (6) Pendleton County, KY (8) Hamilton County, OH (329)  KentonCounty(94) Kenton County (94)  BooneCounty(51) Boone County (51)  CampbellCounty(44) Campbell County (44)  GrantCounty(6) Grant County (6)  PendletonCounty(8) Pendleton County (8)  HamiltonCountyOhio(329) Hamilton County (329)
Independence and Covington are both the county seat for Kenton County
Erlanger is in Kenton County
      Kenton County (94)  
ADJACENT TO KENTON COUNTY
      Boone County (51)  
      Campbell County (44)  
      Grant County (6)  
      Pendleton County (8)  
      Hamilton County, Ohio (329)  
 
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1Kentucky (Kenton County), Erlanger — 2154 — Erlanger Depot
The Cincinnati Southern Railroad built depot, and it opened in 1877. This is the last wooden depot between Cincinnati and Chattanooga. Passenger service between these two cities started in 1880. After depot had served for over 100 years, Norfolk . . . Map (db m136041) HM
2Kentucky (Kenton County), Erlanger — 2154 — Erlanger Depot / Erlanger Proper Subdivision
Erlanger Depot. The Cincinnati Southern Railroad built depot, and it opened in 1877. This is the last wooden depot between Cincinnati and Chattanooga. Passenger service between these two cities started in 1880. After depot had served for . . . Map (db m136039) HM
3Kentucky (Kenton County), Erlanger — 1626 — Timberlake
In 1826 this two-story brick home was built beside an Indian trail. Its builder, Major William Thornton Timberlake, in War of 1812, helped to develop toll road which became Dixie Highway. Home of son-in-law, Dr. John H. Stevenson, first . . . Map (db m136078) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 10, 2022