“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 St. Matthews, 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 (57) 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(57) Hardin County (57)  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 St. Matthews, Kentucky
    Jefferson County (261)
    Bullitt County (12)
    Hardin County (57)
    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), St. Matthews — 1544 — Beargrass Baptist Church
Site of first known church in greater Louisville area; formed Jan. 1784, by John Whitaker, aided by James Smith. It served until 1842, when members dispersed among Beargrass Christian Church and others. Whitaker helped found most early churches near . . . Map (db m161985) HM
2Kentucky (Jefferson County), St. Matthews — 1060 — Floyd's Station
This pioneer fort, begun in 1779, one of five on Beargrass Creek, was situated 500 ft. west. Three were owned by Col. John Floyd who made his headquarters here. He served as first County Lieut. of Jefferson County, 1780 until killed by Indians, . . . Map (db m161997) HM
3Kentucky (Jefferson County), St. Matthews — 2274 — Gilman's Point / St. Matthews
Gilman's Point In 1830, this area was designated Sale’s Precinct for Edmund P. Sales, who operated a tavern on Frankfort Ave. Around 1840, the area between Westport & Frankfort roads became known as Gilman’s Point, named for Daniel Gilman, a . . . Map (db m161995) HM
4Kentucky (Jefferson County), St. Matthews — 146 — John Floyd's Grave
Grave of John Floyd, near here. Pioneer and surveyor. Born Amherst County, Virginia, 1750. Killed when ambushed by Indians in Jefferson County, District of Kentucky, 1783. Colonel of Militia and County Lieutenant of Jefferson County.Map (db m161996) HM
Apr. 15, 2021