“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 La Grange, Kentucky

Clickable Map of Oldham 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> Oldham County, KY (20) Henry County, KY (9) Jefferson County, KY (349) Shelby County, KY (25) Trimble County, KY (4) Clark County, IN (51)  OldhamCounty(20) Oldham County (20)  HenryCounty(9) Henry County (9)  JeffersonCounty(349) Jefferson County (349)  ShelbyCounty(25) Shelby County (25)  TrimbleCounty(4) Trimble County (4)  ClarkCountyIndiana(51) Clark County (51)
La Grange is the county seat for Oldham County
La Grange is in Oldham County
      Oldham County (20)  
      Henry County (9)  
      Jefferson County (349)  
      Shelby County (25)  
      Trimble County (4)  
      Clark County, Indiana (51)  
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1Kentucky (Oldham County), La Grange — 104 East Main Streetcirca 1910
This property is on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m96043) HM
2Kentucky (Oldham County), La Grange — 752 — A Masonic Leader
Home of Dr. Rob Morris, 1818-88. In 1884 "crowned Poet Laureate of Freemasonry." Founded the Order of the Eastern Star. He was born near Boston, Mass., lived 28 years here. From 1861 to 1865 president of the Masonic College, located in La Grange, . . . Map (db m96058) HM
3Kentucky (Oldham County), La Grange — Colonel William Oldham
Oldham was the 75th county created by the Kentucky Legislature. It was formed on January 15, 1824, from portions of Jefferson, Henry and Shelby Counties. The county is named for William Oldham, Revolutionary War patriot and early pioneer. . . . Map (db m136163) HM
4Kentucky (Oldham County), La Grange — 957 — Funk Seminary Site
In 1841 William M. Funk bequeathed $10,000 to establish seminary. It was chartered by Legislature and erected here, 1842. In 1844 Grand Lodge of Ky. assumed control and changed it to Masonic College. In 1852 changed to Masonic University of . . . Map (db m136169) HM
5Kentucky (Oldham County), La Grange — 2536 — James and Amanda Mount Home / J.C. Barnett Library and Archives
James and Amanda Mount Home. Built circa 1840, this restored four square home was originally home to James Mount (1796-1864) and wife, Amanda Malvina Railey Mount (1810-1888). Amanda was the first cousin once removed of Thomas Jefferson. . . . Map (db m136161) HM
6Kentucky (Oldham County), La Grange — 2418 — Lagrange Training School / Rosenwald Schools
Built in 1921-22, it was the ninth school in Ky. for African Americans supported by the Julius Rosenwald Grant. After completing the first 8 years of school, students were bussed 25 miles to the Lincoln Institute in Shelby Co. to attend high . . . Map (db m136159) HM
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7Kentucky (Oldham County), La Grange — War MemorialCenotaph
Dedicated to those who died in the service of their country that the spirit of liberty and freedom might live Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord Leonard Brumback • Winslow Couch • Raymond Gehring • Louis S. Gibson Virgil L. . . . Map (db m96040) WM
8Kentucky (Oldham County), La Grange — William T. Barbour House1840
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m96057) HM
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Dec. 4, 2022