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The covered bridge over Little Beech Fork is 211 feet long and 16 feet wide. It utilizes the Burr truss design and is one of the longest multi-spans in Ky. The contractors were H. I. and William F. Barnes of Mount Washington. Original cost of stru…
World War I
Alvin L. Bottom
Robert Sterling Ensor
George Lloyd Haydon, Jr.
James Lloyd Parrott
Stephen Ormsby Parrott, Jr.
John Manning Simms
William N. St…
Service Battery 623 F.A. BN.
Kentucky National Guard
Ordered Into Service
Jan. 23, 1951
Sailed for Korea Dec. 4, 1951
2nd Korean Winter
Korea - Summer / fall 1952
3rd Korean Winter
Korea - Summer 1953
Men from Washington and Marion Coun…
On this site in _____ stood the little office of the Clerk of the Washington County Sourt where Thomas Lincoln gave bond and secured a license to marry Nancy Hanks. The wedding took place at Beechland this county on June ____
When building lots were first surveyed for Springfield's downtown, this location was much sought after because of its proximity to the courthouse. William Pile had a storehouse here in 1797, and John Lancaster owned the lot in 1813. Prior to 1876,…
Louis Sansbury (1806-1861), a black slave, owned by George Sansbury, was left with keys to Sansbury's hotel to watch over his business. In 1833, left virtually alone with the sick and dying, Sansbury fed and treated the many cholera sufferers - sl…
Central Kentucky witnessed an influx of religions settling here after 1785.
The Presbyterians settled here in 1785 with Terah Templin being the first ordained minister in Kentucky. Located here is the Springfield Presbyterian Church, founded 17…
This home was built by J.A. Seay circa 1882 when Andrew Cunningham lived here with his wife Elizabeth Bullock. Mr. Cunningham operated the dry goods store in Springfield.
The house was purchased in 1932, from the Springfield State Bank, by Geor…
Founded, 1806, by Fr. Fenwick from Maryland. First Dominican religious house and second oldest priory in the U.S. Site of first Catholic college west of Alleghenies, 1807. St. Thomas School here, 1809-28. Jefferson Davis, later President of Confed…
Settled by George and Elizabeth Grundy in 1780 after fleeing war-torn Berkeley Co., Va. This wilderness frontier of Va., then called Kaintuckee, became a state in 1792. Son Samuel stayed on the farm and expanded it. Another son …