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Built by Ezekial & Dolly (Wood) Forman as wedding present for their daughter Elizabeth and her husband Robert Taylor, Jr. With its three handsome doorways, the Federal styled building was a combination residence and store where one could buy every…
Before the Civil War Dr. John Shackleford lived here and practiced medicine next door. In the late 19th and early 20th century James H. Hall, president of the James H. Hall Plow Factory resided here. By 1913 Michael S. Flarity had purchased the bu…
Authentic log cabin built in 1790's, constructed as a general store operated by Lee, Lashbrooke & Company General Store. Named to honor Simon Kenton, who once owned a store in Washington. V-notching construction, shake-shingle roof.
One of the original 119 log cabins built during the 1790's. Used as residence until 1950's; two-family dwelling at one time. V-notching construction, rear addition built c.1805 of frame & brick nogging construction, shake-shingle roof. Bamboo cane…
Built by stonemason and Baptist minister Lewis Craig. Struck by lightning in 1909, burned to its stone foundation. Built of limestone, building was 50 ft. X 23 ft. with 2 ft. thick walls. Cupola for bell sat atop 25 ft. Octagonal tower topped by w…
Grand hotel built by several prominent citizens in hopes of keeping the county seat in Washington. The effort failed to convince state officials the village could accommodate the many visitors for court related business and Washington lost the sea…
The property upon which this Inn stands
was acquired by
James A. Paxton in 1810.
Paxton and subsequent nineteenth century
owners of this building operated it as an Inn.
Lawyers and townspeople gathered here.
In 1918, the Mason County Mut…
Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston
Born February 2 - 1803
Killed at Shiloh Tenn.
April 6 - 1862
Graduated West Point 1826,
Black Hawk War,
War for Texas Independence,
War Between the States.
"A Man Tried in…
Early dwellers and visitors hunted bison, deer, and other game in Northeast Kentucky. Here, hunters take advantage of icy conditions at the shallow winter Ohio River crossing to kill their prey. The bison, or buffalos, ambling toward the Blue Lick…
Simon Kenton, local militia leader, often greeted new families at Limestone Creek, emptying into the Ohio. Tobacco is inspected and weighed in the late 1780s, when Limestone is chartered as Maysville and Mason County created by Virginia. Folks set…