“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 Paris

Clickable Map of Bourbon 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> Bourbon County, KY (12) Bath County, KY (13) Clark County, KY (32) Fayette County, KY (141) Harrison County, KY (8) Montgomery County, KY (10) Nicholas County, KY (7) Scott County, KY (24)  BourbonCounty(12) Bourbon County (12)  BathCounty(13) Bath County (13)  ClarkCounty(32) Clark County (32)  FayetteCounty(141) Fayette County (141)  HarrisonCounty(8) Harrison County (8)  MontgomeryCounty(10) Montgomery County (10)  NicholasCounty(7) Nicholas County (7)  ScottCounty(24) Scott County (24)
Paris, Kentucky and Vicinity
    Bourbon County (12)
    Bath County (13)
    Clark County (32)
    Fayette County (141)
    Harrison County (8)
    Montgomery County (10)
    Nicholas County (7)
    Scott County (24)
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1Kentucky (Bourbon County), Paris — Bourbon County World War I Monument
This building is dedicated to the men of Bourbon County who served their country during the World War. 1917 – 1918 Sacred to the memory of those who died for Liberty, Justice and Peace. Charles Adair * Joseph H. Holt * . . . — Map (db m123689) WM
2Kentucky (Bourbon County), Paris — 1246 — Bourbon County, 1786
Named for the royal French family who aided the colonies in the War of Independence. Bourbon was one of nine Virginia counties formed before Kentucky became a state in 1792. From its original area all of twenty-four counties and parts of ten other . . . — Map (db m43621) HM
3Kentucky (Bourbon County), Paris — 2295 — Bourbon Whiskey / Jacob Spears
Bourbon Whiskey Named after Bourbon Co. because of quantity and quality of whiskey produced within its borders. Made from a fermented mash of at least 51% corn, with less wheat, rye, or barley, yeast and limestone water. Distilled at no more . . . — Map (db m35597) HM
4Kentucky (Bourbon County), Paris — 51 — Cane Ridge Meeting House
Built by Presbyterians, 1791. Here Barton W. Stone began his ministry, 1796. Famous revival attended by pioneers of many faiths, 1801. Springfield Presbytery dissolved and "Christian Church" launched, June 28, 1804. — Map (db m9724) HM
5Kentucky (Bourbon County), Paris — 696 — CSA at Paris, 1862
(obverse) July 18, on its first Ky. raid Gen. John Hunt Morgan's cavalry rode to Paris from victory at Cynthiana. After holding out for days citizen groups surrendered. Warned of Union force nearby, CSA escaped pursuit, returned to Tenn. . . . — Map (db m97145) HM
6Kentucky (Bourbon County), Paris — 93 — Duncan Tavern
Built in 1788. Gathering place of pioneers. Shrine, Museum, Library. Restored by Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution. — Map (db m43624) HM
7Kentucky (Bourbon County), Paris — 1824 — Eades Tavern
This log building lined with adz-hewn cherry was built as a tavern. In 1795 it became first post office in Paris. Thomas Eades then served as tavern owner and postmaster. Robert Trimble had home and law office here before becoming U.S. Supreme Court . . . — Map (db m43626) HM
8Kentucky (Bourbon County), Paris — 1722 — John Edwards 1748-1837 / Westwood
John Edwards 1748-1837 As early legislator, Edwards was member of the Virginia House of Delegates in 1781-83, 1785, 1786. He was a delegate to the convention to ratify Federal Constitution, June 1788, and to conventions that separated . . . — Map (db m43623) HM
9Kentucky (Bourbon County), Paris — 1283 — Johnston's Inn
Robert Johnston, a Revolutionary War captain, was born in Virginia in 1749. He and his wife operated a tavern in their house here from 1796-1812. Located on what was the main road between Maysville and Lexington, this inn served stage and horseback . . . — Map (db m67703) HM
10Kentucky (Bourbon County), Paris — 1596 — Silas Baptist Church1 mile west
Organized by 20 members of the Cooper's Run Church in 1800, with the help of Ambrose Dudley, George Eve and Augustine Eastin. They built at this site on land given, 1798, by Charles Smith, Sr. The log structure was replaced by a brick house of . . . — Map (db m35860) HM
11Kentucky (Bourbon County), Paris — 178 — William Holmes McGuffey
Born September 23, 1800-Died May 4, 1873 Famous for his eclectic readers which introduced thousands of children to the treasures of literature. At this site he taught from 1823 to 1826 before joining the faculty of Miami University. — Map (db m50653) HM
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