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Historical Markers in Ludlow, 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
Ludlow 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), Ludlow — 2597 — Elmwood Hall
Thomas D. and Sally Carneal built this classical villa from 1818-20, facing the Ohio River on a 968+ acre farm. In 1827, Wm. Bullock of London purchased the estate and planned a garden-town called Hygeia. It failed. In 1831-36, Israel Ludlow, Jr. . . . Map (db m174599) HM
2Kentucky (Kenton County), Ludlow — 2 — Ludlow Blooms — Ludlow Station —
(By Dave Schroeder.) The construction of the railroad and the addition of extensive repair shops and a roundhouse brought many other industries to Ludlow. These new establishments needed workers and, as a result, Ludlow’s population boomed. In 1870 . . . Map (db m180725) HM
3Kentucky (Kenton County), Ludlow — 2422 — Somerset Hall
Built ca. 1845, this Greek Revival home served as summer residence for Louisiana plantation owner Wm. Butler Kenner. He brought slaves with him, some of whom escaped to Ohio. During the periods when the house was vacant, it is said to have been a . . . Map (db m187397) HM
4Kentucky (Kenton County), Ludlow — 3 — The 1894 Strike — Ludlow Station —
(By Dave Schroeder.) Ludlow became a railroad town and grew prosperous. The economic depression of 1893, however, brought much if this prosperity to a halt. Two of Ludlow’s biggest employers were the Southern Railroad and the Pullman Car Repair . . . Map (db m180727) HM
5Kentucky (Kenton County), Ludlow — 4 — The Decline — Ludlow Station —
(By Dave Schroeder.) In the years following World War II, railroads across the nation were in transition. Mechanization was reducing the number of workers needed on the job. The expansion of the long-haul trucking business also had a negative effect . . . Map (db m180730) HM
6Kentucky (Kenton County), Ludlow — 1 — The Development of the Railroad in Ludlow — Ludlow Station —
(By Dave Schroeder.) The first plat of Ludlow was developed in 1846 by the Ludlow family. The area soon boasted the Ludlow Christian Church (1841), First Baptist Church (1849) and the Ludlow Presbyterian Church (1867). As the little village grew, . . . Map (db m180719) HM
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Nov. 29, 2022