ⓘ Bradfordsville, Kentucky

                                     

ⓘ Bradfordsville, Kentucky

The community at the site was first known as Centerville from its supposed location at the center of the state. Having since gained the Jackson Purchase, the present geographic center of the state remains nearby at Cowherd Road and McCarty Lane on Ky. 429 northwest of Lebanon. The settlement was renamed Bradfords Mill after Peter Bradfords combined saw- and gristmill at the site, this became "Bradfordsville" after the establishment of a post office in 1834.

                                     
  • Co. Bradfordsville Kentucky formerly the Centerville in Marion Co. Centertown, Kentucky formerly the Centerville in Ohio Co. Center, Kentucky in
  • southeast to Bradfordsville After that, it terminates in Liberty, at an intersection with KY 70. The road has seen improvements from Bradfordsville to Lebanon
  • Youngers Creek, Kentucky Hardin County Bradfordsville Kentucky Marion County Forkland, Kentucky Boyle County List of rivers of Kentucky U.S. Geological
  • mostly rural areas of Taylor and Marion counties with Mannsville and Bradfordsville KY 337 begins at an intersection with KY 70 Liberty Road in the southern
  • intersection with U.S. Route 68, southwest of Perryville and northeast of Bradfordsville A post office was established in the community in 1870, and it was
  • years old In 1924 Mamie and her husband, Jack Thurman moved from Bradfordsville Kentucky to Logan County, West Virginia, where jack was hired as a patrolman
  • including 21.80 of those under age 18 and 17.90 of those age 65 or over. Bradfordsville Gravel Switch Lebanon county seat Loretto Nerinx Raywick Presidential
  • operating against guerrillas until April. Action at Charleston January 30. Bradfordsville February 8. Mustered out April 18, 1865. The regiment lost a total of
  • Kentucky Route 70 KY 70 is a long east - east state highway that originates at a junction with U.S. Route 60 US 60 in Smithland in Livingston County