ⓘ Bonnieville, Kentucky

                                     

ⓘ Bonnieville, Kentucky

Founded in 1849, the town was originally known as Bacon Creek, for the stream that runs through the city. It is rumored that the name was changed to Bonnieville because of the popularity of the song "My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean".

December 26, 1862, Confederate John hunt Morgan sent a detachment from Upton to the bridge over bacon Creek in Bonnieville. A brief firefight with a detachment of the 2nd volunteer cavalry regiment Michigan as a result of destruction of the bridge the third time and injuring 23. The railroad remained closed for six weeks until the tracks could be repaired and reopened on 1 February.

                                     
  • a right turn to the east to meet U.S. Route 31W US 31W in Bonnieville After Bonnieville KY 728 has a junction with Interstate 65 I - 65 at the exit 71
  • and south 6 miles 10 km to Bonnieville Much of Upton is concentrated around the intersection of US 31W and Kentucky Route 224, which runs westward
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  • Interstate 65 I - 65 enters the US state of Kentucky 5 miles 8.0 km south of Franklin. It passes by the major cities of Bowling Green, Elizabethtown
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