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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Golden Pond, Kentucky

 
Clickable Map of Trigg 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 Trigg County, KY (15) Caldwell County, KY (19) Calloway County, KY (9) Christian County, KY (30) Lyon County, KY (21) Marshall County, KY (14) Stewart County, TN (85)  TriggCounty(15) Trigg County (15)  CaldwellCounty(19) Caldwell County (19)  CallowayCounty(9) Calloway County (9)  ChristianCounty(30) Christian County (30)  LyonCounty(21) Lyon County (21)  MarshallCounty(14) Marshall County (14)  StewartCountyTennessee(85) Stewart County (85)
Location of Golden Pond, Kentucky
    Trigg County (15)
    Caldwell County (19)
    Calloway County (9)
    Christian County (30)
    Lyon County (21)
    Marshall County (14)
    Stewart County, Tennessee (85)
 
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1Kentucky (Trigg County), Golden Pond — 994 — Drummer Boy at 7
Nathan Futrell reputed to be the youngest drummer boy in War of the Revolution, was born, N.C., 1773. Joined N.C. Continental Militia. Married, 1798, came to Ky., 1799. Settled here on Ford's Creek, 1820, where he farmed, set out the first apple . . . Map (db m136772) HM
2Kentucky (Trigg County), Golden Pond — 1308 — Golden Pond
A town from 1882-1969. Named for nearby pond which gives a golden reflection from the sunrays. It was originally two settlements, Fungo and Golden Pond, later becoming one. Twice destroyed by fire and rebuilt, 1898 and 1936. The town prospered from . . . Map (db m123648) HM
3Kentucky (Trigg County), Golden Pond — 998 — Laura Furnace / Iron Made in Kentucky
Laura Furnace Site of one of several furnaces operated in the region between the rivers, now lakes. This one, Laura, built 1855 by Tennesseeans at cost of $40,000. Produced iron successfully, employing as many as 130, until Civil War forced it . . . Map (db m136770) HM
4Kentucky (Trigg County), Golden Pond — 1100 — St. Joseph's Parish
Settlement of German immigrants founded the first Catholic Church in the county, 1882, a mission of the Louisville diocese. Prussian agriculture, architecture, and traditions flourished under their influence. Due to migration the parish declined . . . Map (db m123649) HM
 
 
  
 
Apr. 17, 2021