ⓘ Ghent, Kentucky

                                     

ⓘ Ghent, Kentucky

Ghent is a home rule-class city along the south bank of the Ohio River in Carroll County, Kentucky, in the United States. The population was 323 at the 2010 census.

                                     
  • The Ghent Generating Station is a coal - fired power plant owned and operated by Kentucky Utilities near Ghent Kentucky It is located between Louisville
  • The Ghent Historic District in Ghent Kentucky is a 63 acres 25 ha historic district which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in
  • Ghent is a city in Belgium. Ghent may also refer to: United States Ghent California Ghent Kentucky Ghent Minnesota Ghent CDP New York Ghent New
  • Ghent Historic District may refer to: sorted by state, then city town Ghent Historic District Ghent Kentucky listed on the National Register of Historic
  • station in Ghent Belgium Ghent NYCRR station a former railroad station in Ghent New York Ghent Generating Station, a power plant in Kentucky United
  • America on June 1, 1792 History of slavery in Kentucky War of 1812, June 18, 1812 March 23, 1815 Treaty of Ghent December 24, 1814 Mexican American War
  • Kentucky Route 47 is a 9.851 - mile state highway in Kentucky that runs from KY 36 and KY 467 in Sanders to US 42 in Ghent KY 47 mostly stays in Carroll
  • crosses McCool Creek immediately before its terminus at KY 47 south of Ghent Kentucky Route 1117 is a 10.516 - mile - long 16.924 km rural secondary highway
  • Kentucky Route 467 is a 41.287 - mile state highway in Kentucky that runs from KY 227 just west of Worthville to KY 177 just west of DeMossville. KY 467
  • 1873 was a Congregational minister and missionary. He was born in Ghent Kentucky his father died when he was 5 and his mother died the following year