“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 Prospect, 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 (261) Bullitt County, KY (12) Hardin County, KY (51) Oldham County, KY (15) Shelby County, KY (18) Spencer County, KY (8) Clark County, IN (17) Floyd County, IN (19) Harrison County, IN (46)  JeffersonCounty(261) Jefferson County (261)  BullittCounty(12) Bullitt County (12)  HardinCounty(51) Hardin County (51)  OldhamCounty(15) Oldham County (15)  ShelbyCounty(18) Shelby County (18)  SpencerCounty(8) Spencer County (8)  ClarkCountyIndiana(17) Clark County (17)  FloydCounty(19) Floyd County (19)  HarrisonCounty(46) Harrison County (46)
Location of Prospect, Kentucky
    Jefferson County (261)
    Bullitt County (12)
    Hardin County (51)
    Oldham County (15)
    Shelby County (18)
    Spencer County (8)
    Clark County, Indiana (17)
    Floyd County, Indiana (19)
    Harrison County, Indiana (46)
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1Kentucky (Jefferson County), Prospect — 2038 — Harrod's Creek
James Taylor (1885-1965) was chiefly responsible for the modern Harrods Creek community. Ambitious entrepreneur, Taylor purchased land from Mary Shirley Helm in 1919 and began to sell lots to other African Americans in 1923. The Taylor Subdivision . . . Map (db m161773) HM
2Kentucky (Jefferson County), Prospect — 2079 — Merriwether House
On Jan. 6, 1891, Harry Merriwether purchased 1.5 acres overlooking Harrods Creek from Allison family. Property transferred to his grandson, Harry Hall Merriwether, May 3, 1898, who built the unique house that stands today. The Merriwether family . . . Map (db m161774) HM
3Kentucky (Jefferson County), Prospect — 2304 — Wolf Pen Corridor / Wolf Pen Preservation Association, Inc.
Wolf Pen Corridor Settled in the late 1700s and part of Jefferson County's third major settlement. Rich farmland & water traffic attracted a community of tradesmen, farmers, millers, and African Americans. This corridor includes Wolf Pen & Mint . . . Map (db m104116) HM
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Apr. 11, 2021