ⓘ Sanders, Kentucky

                                     

ⓘ Sanders, Kentucky

The community was founded at a salt lick on the Buffalo Trace stretching from the Licking River to Drennon Springs. The community was first known as Rislerville for a local shopkeeper, but was known as Sanders Mill after the local miller Nathaniel Sanders opened a post office in 1816. His son George Washington Sanders continued to operate the mill after his death.

When the community was connected to the Louisville, Cincinnati and Lexington railway in 1867, the station was first named Dixie locals, but then changed at the station of liberty by rail, given the importance of retail outlets close to freedom. The name came back to Sanders in 1874, according to local historian Anna Parker, through the influence of Senator Larkin Sanders, who wanted to honor his father.

                                     
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