“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Jeffersontown, Kentucky

Clickable Map of Jefferson 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> Jefferson County, KY (349) Bullitt County, KY (20) Hardin County, KY (86) Oldham County, KY (20) Shelby County, KY (25) Spencer County, KY (8) Clark County, IN (27) Floyd County, IN (36) Harrison County, IN (47)  JeffersonCounty(349) Jefferson County (349)  BullittCounty(20) Bullitt County (20)  HardinCounty(86) Hardin County (86)  OldhamCounty(20) Oldham County (20)  ShelbyCounty(25) Shelby County (25)  SpencerCounty(8) Spencer County (8)  ClarkCountyIndiana(27) Clark County (27)  FloydCounty(36) Floyd County (36)  HarrisonCounty(47) Harrison County (47)
Louisville is the county seat for Jefferson County
Jeffersontown is in Jefferson County
      Jefferson County (349)  
      Bullitt County (20)  
      Hardin County (86)  
      Oldham County (20)  
      Shelby County (25)  
      Spencer County (8)  
      Clark County, Indiana (27)  
      Floyd County, Indiana (36)  
      Harrison County, Indiana (47)  
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1Kentucky (Jefferson County), Jeffersontown — 2424 — Christ Lutheran Church
The first Lutherans in and around Brunerstown, now Jeffersontown, were early settlers from Va., Md., Pa., and N.C. Samuel Mau, licensed to preach in Kentucky in 1789, served German-speaking churches in Jeffersontown, Nelson County, and Danville . . . Map (db m161800) HM
2Kentucky (Jefferson County), Jeffersontown — Confederate Soldiers Monument
Wilson P. Lilly. Rev. Sherwood Hatley. Confederate soldiers October 25, 1864. Robbed of the glory of death on the field of battle by Stephen C. Burbridge who ordered them shot without cause or trial Erected to the memory of the four . . . Map (db m166146) WM
3Kentucky (Jefferson County), Jeffersontown — 2432 — Conrad-Seaton House / Valentine Conrad Pottery
Conrad-Seaton House Constructed in 3 phases, the oldest part of this Federal style house was built by Valentine Conrad in 1803. Ca. 1805-10, a two-story addition with two chimneys was built. In 1844, John & Mary Hikes Seaton bought the . . . Map (db m161799) HM
4Kentucky (Jefferson County), Jeffersontown — 1028 — Restoration Project
. . . Map (db m161795) HM
5Kentucky (Jefferson County), Jeffersontown — Saint Edward Church
St. Edward Church began on this site on May 15, 1878, as St. Agnes Mission when 30 Catholic families gathered for Mass in a small log cabin on Market Street (Taylorsville Rd). By 1881 they had raised $700 to purchase a small plot of land 132 feet . . . Map (db m161797) HM
6Kentucky (Jefferson County), Jeffersontown — The R.C. Tway House
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m203183) HM
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7Kentucky (Jefferson County), Jeffersontown — 1475 — Trainer and Jockey
Roscoe Goose, 1891-1971, rode the 1913 Derby Winner Donerail, which paid biggest odds in Derby history. Born near here, Goose became a trainer and aided many jockeys. Active in all aspects of racing. One of first 10 men named to Ky. Athletic Hall of . . . Map (db m161796) HM
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Sep. 27, 2022