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Lewis County, Kentucky
History & Genealogy


 

Lewis County, KY Courthouse

 

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12/28/2022
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HISTORY

     LEWIS COUNTY is named for Meriwether Lewis

CITIES
* Concord
* Vanceburg (county seat)
 
Census designated place:
* Garrison  
Other unincorporated places:
* Alburn
* Awe
* Black Oak
* Beechy Creek
* Buena Vista
* Burtonville
* Cabin Creek
* Camp Dix
* Carrs
* Charters
* Clarksburg (county seat 1809-1863)
* Cottageville
* Cloverdale
* Crum
* Emerson
* Epworth
* Esculapia Springs
* Fearis
* Firebrick
* Fruit
* Glenn
* Glenn Springs (earlier known as McCormick's Spring)
* Gun Powder Gap
* Harris
* Head of Grassy
* Heselton
* Irwin
* Jacktown
* Kinniconick
* Kirkville
* Pence
* Libbie
* Martin
* McDowell Creek
* McKenzie
* Montgomery Creek
* Nashtown
* Noah
* Oak Ridge
* Pence
* Petersville
* Poplar Flat (County Seat 1806-1809)
* Quicks Run
* Randville
* Records
* Rexton
* Ribolt
* Rugless
* Saint Paul
* Salt Lick
* Sand Hill
* Stricklett
* Sullivan
* Tannery
* Teutonia
* Thor
* Tollesboro
* Trinity (Trinity Station)
* Upper Bruce
* Valley
* Wadsworth
 

County Seat:  Vanceburg
Year Organized:  Dec. 2, 1806
Square Miles:  495 sq. mi.

 
 

TOWNSHIP MAP:

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Adjacent counties:

KENTUCKY COUNTIES:
1. Mason County (west)
2. Fleming County (southwest)
3. Rowan County (south)
4. Carter County (southeast)
5. Greenup County (east)
OHIO COUNTIES:
6. Adams County, Ohio (North)
7. Scioto County, Ohio (Northeast)

 

A FEW PHOTOS


Thomas J. Bruce House,
State Route 8,
Vanceburg, Lewis Co., KY


Peter Taylor Chapel,
State Route 8,
Vanceburg, Lewis Co., KY


John Bierly House,
State Route 8,
Vanceburg, Lewis Co., KY

 

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