ⓘ Kuttawa, Kentucky

                                     

ⓘ Kuttawa, Kentucky

Kuttawa locally is a home rule-class city in Lyon County, Kentucky, in the United States. The population was 649 as of the 2010 U.S. census, up from 596 in 2000.

                                     
  • from U.S. Route 62, U.S. Route 641, and Kentucky Route 93 north of Kuttawa to Kentucky Route 70 and Walnut Street in Dycusburg. The first 3.694 miles 5
  • 12, 1923 was a US Representative from Kentucky He was born in Kuttawa Caldwell now Lyon County, Kentucky on June 26, 1841. He attended the common
  • 1926. He was born on March 11, 1903, in Kuttawa Kentucky and died on April 24, 1982, in Mayfield, Kentucky Ross holds the modern major league record
  • until January 2007. Born in Eddyville, Cunningham is a native of Kuttawa Kentucky in Lyon County and an author of five books about regional history
  • practice and moved back to Kentucky where he died at the age of 81. Anderson is interred at Kuttawa Cemetery in Kuttawa Kentucky Anderson s brother, Major
  • Offbeat Kentuckians: Legends to Lunatics. Ill. by Kyle McQueen. Kuttawa Kentucky McClanahan Publishing House. ISBN 978 - 0 - 913383 - 80 - 3. Information
  • McQueen. Kuttawa Kentucky McClanahan Publishing House. ISBN 0 - 913383 - 80 - 5. Woodson, Urey 1939 The First New Dealer. Louisville, Kentucky The Standard
  • Route 62, U.S. Route 641, and Kentucky Route 93 on the Eddyville - Kuttawa city line southwest of Eddyville to Kentucky Route 1943 and Joe Peek Road northwest
  • of Kuttawa via Lamasco, Confederate, and Eddyville. The northern segment runs from Kentucky Route 917 and Short Drive just east of Iuka to Kentucky Route
  • of Kentucky Lake, communities were flooded in the 1960s to build Lake Barkley. Locals often refer to Old Eddyville for Eddyville and Old Kuttawa for
  • attorney of Kuttawa Kentucky from 1954 to 1976, of Fredonia, Kentucky from 1954 to 1976 and also the city judge on the Princeton, Kentucky Police Court