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Abraham Irvine's Station (aka Irvine's Station on Salt River) Boyle County
Adair Academy Adair County
Alexander Station Fulton County
Alice Lloyd College (Pippa Passes) Knott County
Allen Seminary Allen County
Anderson Creek, Highland Creek (Military District) Union County
Armstrong's Station (aka Col. John Armstrong's Station) Clark Co, IN; 18 mi below Louisville, Jefferson County
Asbury College & Asbury Theological Seminary (Wilmore) Jessamine County
Ashland Community & Technical College (Ashland) Boyd County
Ashton's Station (aka Estill's Station) Madison County
Asturgus Station (aka Sturgus Station) on Harrod's Trace; Jefferson County
Athiamiowee (aka Warrior's Path) Bell County to Cabin Creek in Mason County
Bailey's Station 2.5 miles south of Maysville; Mason County
Bardwell Carlisle County
Barnetts Creek (formerly known as Wolf Run). See OK 0702.0 Hardin County
Barnett's Station (aka Col. Joseph Barnett's Station) 2 miles from Hartford; Ohio County
Barren Branch of Brush Creek Graves County
Barren Creek of Scagg's Fork Graves; Carlisle County
Barren Fork of Harlan Creek Ballard County
Barren River trib of Green R; Allen; Monroe; Barren; Warren County
Barren Seminary (after 1809 known as Glasgow Academy) Barren County
Barrens (Military District) Crittenden; Caldwell County
Barrens (Ohio River Valley) Meade; Hardin County
Barrens (South Central & Southwest Kentucky) Barren; Warren & Edmonson County
Barton's Creek Mercer County
Bath Seminary Bath County
Battle Creek Trimble County
Bayou Creek McCracken County
Bayou Creek, Ohio River (Military District) Livingston County
Bayou de Chien (South Fork) Graves County
Bayou de Chien aka Bayou Deshe aka Bayou Deshaine Fulton; Hickman; Graves County
Bays Fork of Barren River (Military District) Allen County
Beach Fork of Salt River (aka Beech Fork) Nelson; Washington County
Bear Creek Cumberland County
Bear Creek of Tennessee River Graves; Marshall County
Beargrass Creek Jefferson County
Beargrass Stations (6 in 1780) Jefferson County
Bearshears Creek (aka Brashears/Beshears) Shelby County
Beaver Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Pulaski County
Beaver Dam Branch, Rockhouse Fork Breathitt; Letcher County
Beaver Dam Creek (aka Big Beaver Dam Creek) Edmonson County
Beaver Pond (near present-day Stanton) Powell County
Beaverdam Creek, Highland Creek (Military District) Henderson County
Beaverdam Fork, Tradewater River (Military District) Union County
Bee Creek Marshall; Calloway County
Beech Fork of Salt River (aka Beach Fork) Nelson; Washington County
Bellarmine University (Louisville) Jefferson County
Benson Creek (Upper & Lower) Franklin County
Berea College (Berea) Madison County
Beshears Creek (aka Brashears/Bearshears) Shelby County
Bethel Academy (see Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Jan 30, 1810) Jessamine County
Bethlehem Academy Hardin County
Big Barren River Warren; Barren; Allen; Monroe; Butler County
Big Blue Lick Nicholas County
Big Blue Lick aka Blue Lick (Military District) Christian County
Big Boiling Spring (aka Boiling Spring) near Harrodsburg; Mercer County
Big Bone Lick (see VA 3931.0; OK 6302.0; & OK 3229.0) between Boone & Gallatin County
Big Creek of Russell Creek Adair County
Big Cypress Creek Calloway; Marshall County
Big Eddy Creek aka Eddy Creek or Goose Creek (Military District); see OK 3022 Caldwell County
Big Forks of Elkhorn Creek Franklin County
Big Mud Creek Fulton County
Big Sandy Community & Technical College (Paintsville, Hager Hill, Pikeville, & Prestonsburg) Johnson; Pike, Floyd County
Big Spring, Livingston Creek (Military District) Caldwell County
Bigg Meadow South of Cumberland River; Unknown County
Bishop Ditch, Caney Fork (Military District) Union; Webster County
Biswell's Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Livingston County
Black Lake Carlisle County
Black's Station waters of Clear Creek; Fayette County
Blood River Calloway County
Blue Lick Fork, Pond River (Military District) Christian County
Blue Licks (Lower) Nicholas County
Blue Licks (Upper) -- See VA 7391 Nicholas County
Blue Pond Fulton County
Blue Spring (Military District) Christian County
Bluegrass Community & Technical College District (Lexington, Winchester, Danville & Lawrenceburg) Fayette; Clark; Boyle; Anderson County
Boffman's Fork of Boon's Creek Clark County
Boggers Fork Clark County
Boiling Spring (aka Big Boiling Spring) near Harrodsburg; Mercer County
Boone County Seminary Boone County
Boone's Mill Seat (about 2 miles below Locust Bend of Silver Creek) Madison County
Boones Station (aka Col. Daniel Boone's Station) about 5 miles NW of Boonesboro; Madison County
Boone's Station (aka Squire Boone's Station) Shelby County
Boonesboro (aka Boonesborough) est'd by Daniel Boone & Transylvania Co.; Madison County
Boon's Creek (aka Boone's Creek), branch of Dix River Garrard County
Boon's Creek (aka Boone's Creek), branch of Hinkston Creek Bourbon County
Boon's Creek (aka Boone's Creek), branch of Kentucky River Fayette; Clark County
Boon's Mill Creek (aka Boone's Mill Creek) Madison County
Bosley's Station near Washington; Mason County
Bottom Branch (aka Halfmoon Bottom) see OK 0483.0 & OK 0484.0; Woodford County
Bourbon Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Bourbon County
Bowles Creek Hickman; Carlisle County
Bowling Green Business College & Literary Institute Warren County
Bowling Green Seminary Warren County
Bowling Green Technical College (Bowling Green & Glasgow) Warren; Barren County
Bowman's Creek Bourbon; Montgomery County
Bowman's Creek (aka Boone's Creek & Plum(b) Lick Creek), branch of Hinkston Creek Bourbon; Montgomery County
Bowman's Station 6 mi E of Harrodsburg; Mercer County
Bracken Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Bracken County
Bracken's Creek Bracken County
Brackett's Station (aka Owen's Station) near Shelbyville; Shelby County
Bramblett's Lick (aka Bramlet's Lick) see VA 4994.0; Bourbon County
Bramblett's Station see VA 4994.0; Bourbon County
Brashears Creek (aka Bearshears/Beshears Creek) Shelby County
Brashear's Station (aka Bearshears/Beshears Station) Bullitt County
Breckinridge Academy (or Seminary) Breckinridge County
Brescia University (Owensboro) Daviess County
Browns Branch, Drakes Creek (Military District) Hopkins County
Brush Creek Hickman; Graves County
Brush Creek Casey; Owen County
Brush Creek (North Fork) Graves County
Brush Creek (South Fork) Graves County
Brushy Creek McCracken County
Brushy Pond Creek Jefferson County
Bryan's Station (aka Bryant's Station) 5 miles NE of Lexington; Fayette County
Bryant's Lick Casey County
Buchanan Creek, Donaldson Creek (Military District) Caldwell County
Buchanan's Station 1 mi W of Germantown; Bracken County
Buck Creek, Ohio River (Military District) Livingston County
Buck Fork, Pond River Christian; Todd County
Buck Fork, Pond River (Military District) Christian; Todd County
Buck Run Woodford County
Buffalo Creek Nelson; Washington; Mercer; Boyle County
Buffalo Creek, Caney Creek (Military District) Hopkins County
Buffalo Trace From Blue Licks to Big Bone Lick; North to Central County
Buffalo Trace Nicholas; Harrison; Scott; Franklin County
Buffalo Trace Henry; Owen; Boone County
Bull Creek, Slover Creek (Military District) Webster County
Bull Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Hopkins County
Bull Lick (at Silver Creek) Madison County
Bullitt Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Bullitt County
Bullitt's Salt Lick (aka Bullitt's Lick) 3 miles from Shepherdsville; Bullitt County
Bullskin Creek (Fork of Beshears) Shelby County
Burge Creek, Little River (Military District) Trigg County
Butler Academy (or Seminary) Butler County
Butler Creek, Piney Fork (Military District) Crittenden County
Byne's Station Mason County
Cabin (Fork) Creek of Russell Creek Adair County
Cabin Creek (aka Cabbin Creek) Mason; Lewis County
Cadiz (Military District) Trigg County
Cain (Cane) Run, branch of Floyd's Fork Jefferson; Shelby County
Caldwells Creek, Livingston's Creek (Military District) Crittenden County
Caledonia Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1812) Caldwell County
Calliopean Institute of Murray Calloway County
Calloway Creek Madison County
Camp Creek McCracken County
Camp Creek, Highland Creek (Military District) Henderson County
Camp Creek, Sandlick Creek (Military District) Christian County
Camp Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Crittenden County
Camp Knox eastern Green County
Campbellsville University (Campbellsville) Taylor County
Cane Creek Hickman County
Cane Creek (below conflux of Ohio & Mississippi R.) Ballard County
Cane Creek (of Obion) Graves County
Cane Ridge Bourbon County
Cane Run Fayette; Scott; Mercer; Lincoln; Casey County
Caney Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Livingston County
Caney Creek, Little River (Military District) Trigg County
Caney Fork, Craborchard Creek (Military District) Union; Webster County
Caney Fork, Ohio River (Military District) Crittenden County
Caney Fork, Tradewater River (Military District) Crittenden County
Caney Fork/Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Hopkins County
Canoe Creek Henderson; Rockcastle County
Canoe Creek, East Fork (Military District) Henderson County
Canoe Creek, North Fork (Military District) Henderson County
Canoe Creek, Ohio River (Military District) Henderson County
Canoe Creek, West Fork (Military District) Henderson County
Canoe Ditch (Military District) Henderson County
Capt. Todd's Station (aka Todd's Station) Jessamine County
Carpenter's Creek Lincoln; Casey County
Carpenter's Station 2 mi W of Hustonville; Lincoln County
Cartwright's Creek Washington; Marion County
Casey County Academy (or Seminary) aka Liberty Academy (see OK 7417) Casey County
Casey Creek, Highland Creek (Military District) Union County
Casey Creek, Little River (Military District) Trigg; Christian County
Casey's Station (aka Col. William Casey's Station) 7 mi E of Danville; Lincoln County
Cash Creek, Green River (Military District) Henderson County
Cash Island (first Island above the mouth of Ohio R.) McCracken County
Cassidy's Station Fleming County
Cave Creek Ballard County
Cave Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Caldwell County
Cayce Station Fulton County
Cedar Creek Owen; Lincoln County
Cedar Licks old Nelson County
Cedar Run Mercer County
Centre College of Kentucky (Danville) Boyle County
Chaplin's Fork of Salt River Mercer; Washington; Nelson; Marion County
Chapman (on the Levisa Fork) Lawrence County
Chaudet Ferry Marshall County
Chenowith Run (aka Chinath) Jefferson; Shelby County
Chestnut Creek of East Fk of Clark's River Marshall County
Chestnut Fork of East Fk of Clark's River Marshall County
Choctaw Indian Academy 4.5 mi W of Georgetown off US 227; Scott County
Christian Academy or Seminary (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Jan 17, 1817) Christian County
Clanton Creek Ballard County
Clark Creek Garrard County
Clark's Grant (aka General George Rogers Clark's Grant) 150,000a tract in Indiana; Clark; Floyd; Scott County
Clark's River McCracken County
Clark's River (East Fork) McCracken; Marshall; Calloway County
Clark's Run Branch of Dick's River; Boyle County
Clark's Station Boyle County
Clark's Station (resettled in 1789 by George Lewis; renamed Lewis' Station) Lewisburg; 9 mi from Maysville; Mason County
Clay County Seminary Clay County
Clay Lick (aka Jump Lick), Rolling Fork of Salt River; see OK 0716.0 Nelson County
Clay Lick Creek of Little Barren River Metcalfe County
Clay Lick Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Livingston; Crittenden County
Clay Lick Valley Cumberland County
Clayton Creek Calloway County
Clear Creek Marshall County
Clear Creek Shelby; Woodford County
Clear Creek Baptist Bible College (Pineville) Bell County
Clear Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Hopkins County
Clear's Station Bullitt County
Clifty Creek, Mud River (Military District) Todd; Logan County
Clifty Creek, Ohio River (Military District) Livingston County
Clifty Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Christian County
Clinton Hickman County
Clover Bottom Lick see VA 4364.0; Madison County
Coal Creek, East Fork of Pond River (Military District) Christian County
Coal Creek, Pond River Christian County
Cobb's Mill (later Lusby's Mill) Owen County
Cobb's Station (later Cobb's Mill & Lusby's Mill) Owen County
Coefield Creek, Deer Creek (Military District) Crittenden County
Columbus (aka Columbia in WTRM patents) Hickman County
Combs' Creek (aka Howard's Creek--see PW 126) Clark County
Conflux of Ohio R. & Mississippi R. Ballard County
Conflux of Ohio R. & Tennessee R. McCracken County
Consolas Creek (empties into Ohio R. nearly opp town of America, IL) Ballard County
Cooper's Run (a branch of Licking Creek) Bourbon County
Cooper's Station Bourbon County
Corn Creek Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Feb 11, 1820) Gallatin County
Corn Island (Ohio River; first settlement made in spring of 1778) opposite Louisville; Jefferson County
Cosbys Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Crittenden County
Cove Spring (aka McGee's Station/McGuire's Station/Old Station) on Cooper's Run nr Tates Creek Road; SE Fayette County
Coxes Creek Nelson County
Cox's Station (aka Coxes' Settlement) Nelson County
Crab Creek, Livingston Creek (Military District) Lyon County
Crab Orchard 10 miles from Stanford; Lincoln County
Crab Orchard Fork, Drakes Creek (Military District) Hopkins County
Craborchard Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Webster County
Craig's Station 2 mi E of Danville; Lincoln County
Craig's Station (aka Rev. Lewis Craig's Station) nr Gilbert Creek; Garrard County
Crittenden's Cabins probably Bourbon County
Crittenden's Camp Woodford County
Crocus Creek Cumberland; Russell; Adair County
Croghans Grove (Military District); ref: Munsell Map Todd County
Crooked Creek Mason; Pendleton County
Crooked Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Trigg County
Crooked Creek, Ohio River (Military District) Crittenden County
Cross Creek Unknown County
Crow's Station Danville; Boyle County
Cumberland Academy Cumberland County
Cumberland College (Williamsburg) Whitley County
Cumberland River (Military District) Livingston; Lyon; Monroe; Cumberland; Russell County
Cumberland River (Military District) Pulaski; Wayne; Laurel County
Cypress (East Fork) Unknown County
Cypress Creek Marshall; Graves County
Cypress Creek (of Obion) Hickman County
Cypress Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Livingston County
Cypress Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Union County
Cypress Pond Graves County
Cypress Run, Ohio River (Military District) Livingston County
David Jones Fork of Elkhorn Fayette County
Daviess County Seminary (or Academy) Daviess County
Davis Spring of Dowling Fork Mercer County
Davis' Station Logan or Warren County
Deal's Run (a fork of Hingston's Fork of Licking Creek - see PW 261) Scott County
Deer Creek, branch of Ohio River (Military District) county boundary between Livingston & Crittenden County
Deer Creek, East Fork (Military District) Webster; Hopkins County
Deer Creek, Green River (Military District) Webster County
Delaware Creek McLean County
Delaware Creek (aka Perkins Creek) McCracken County
Dick's River (aka Dyx/Dix River) Br of Kentucky R.; Mercer; Boyle; Garrard; Lincoln County
Difficult Creek, Barren River (Military District) Allen County
Dix River (aka Dyx/Dick's River) Br of Kentucky R.; Mercer; Boyle; Garrard; Lincoln County
Dixon (Military District) Webster County
Doctor's Fork of Salt River Washington County
Doe Run Meade; Spencer; Washington County
Donaldson Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Caldwell County
Donalson Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Trigg County
Douett's Creek (aka Jouett's Creek) Clark County
Dougherty's Station 1.5 mi below Danville on Clark's Run; Boyle County
Dowlan's Fork of Salt River (aka Barton's Fork) Mercer County
Downing Creek (aka Drowning Creek) Madison; Estill County
Drake Camp Creek Lincoln; Garrard County
Drakes Creek, Barren River (Military District) Warren; Simpson County
Drakes Creek, Pond River (Military District) Hopkins; Christian County
Drakes Creek, West Fork (Military District) Simpson; Warren County
Dreaming Creek (a branch of the Middle Fork of Otter Creek) see PW 200; Madison County
Drenning's Creek (aka Drennon's Creek) Henry County
Drenning's Salt Lick (aka Drennon's Salt Lick or Drennon's Lick) Henry County
Drowning Creek (aka Downing Creek) Madison; Estill County
Dry Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Caldwell; Lyon County
Dry Creek, Kenady Branch (Military District) Caldwell County
Dry Fork, Cumberland River (Military District) Trigg County
Dry Fork, Livingston's Creek (Military District) Crittenden County
Dry Run of Salt River Mercer County
Dublin Creek, West Branch of East Fork of Pond River (Military District) Christian County
Dutch Station nr Beargrass Ck; Jefferson County
Dyson Creek (Military District) Union County
Dyx River (aka Dix/Dick's River) Br of Kentucky R.; Mercer; Boyle; Garrard; Lincoln County
Eagle Creek Carroll; Owen County
Eagle Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Union County
Eagle Pond Fulton County
Eastern Kentucky State University (Main Campus: Richmond) Madison County
Eaton's Creek (name changed to Pottinger Creek; see VA 2961.0) Nelson County
Eddy Creek aka Big Eddy Creek or Goose Creek (Military District); see OK 3022 Caldwell County
Eddy Creek, Dry Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Lyon; Caldwell County
Eddy Grove aka Princeton (Military District); ref: Munsell Map Caldwell County
Eddyville (Military District) Lyon County
Eden Shale Belt Spencer County
Elam Ditch, Canoe Creek (Military District) Henderson County
Elizabethtown Community & Technical College (Elizabethtown & Fort Knox) Hardin; Bullitt County
Elk Creek, Pond River (Military District) Hopkins County
Elk Fork (Military District) Todd County
Elk Fork of Red River (Military District) Logan County
Elk Garden Creek Madison County
Elk Pond Creek (Military District) Muhlenberg County
Elk Wallow Spring, N Fk of Elkhorn (see VA 4882) 10 miles n of Bryan Station; probably Fayette County
Elkhorn Creek (branch of Licking River) Knott, Floyd; Letcher County
Elkhorn Creek (Main) Franklin County
Elkhorn Creek (North Fork) Franklin; Scott County
Elkhorn Creek (South Fork) Franklin; Woodford; Fayette County
Elliston's Blockhouse (aka Port William) mouth of Ky River; Carrollton; Carroll County
English Station Lincoln County
Eskippakithiki ("place of blue licks"); aka Indian Old Corn Fields/Indian Fields/Indian Town Clark County
Estill Academy or Seminary (formerly Jefferson Seminary, ref: Act of Ky Gen Assembly, approved Feb 3, 1817) Estill County
Estill's Station (aka Ashton's Station) 3 mi S of Richmond on Muddy Ck; Madison County
Evans Mill Creek (see OK 0744.0) Woodford County
Fall Lick (branch of Dix River) Lincoln County
Falling Creek Br of Dix R.; Lincoln; Garrard County
Falls of the Ohio (aka Louisville) Jefferson County
Feagan's Station 1.5 mi E of Germantown; Mason County
Feliciana Graves County
Female Collegiate Institute Georgetown; Scott County
Fern Creek Jefferson County
Finn's Station Jefferson or Spencer County
Fish Lake Carlisle County
Fish Pond Fulton County
Fish Pools Head of Pond R.; Jefferson County
Fishing Creek (Military District) Pulaski County
Flat Creek Bath County
Flat Creek, Pond River (Military District) Hopkins County
Flat Lick Creek, branch of Cumberland River (Military District) Pulaski County
Fleming Academy or Seminary (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Fleming County
Fleming Station (aka Col. John Fleming's Station) Fleming County
Floyd Seminary Floyd County
Floyd's Fork of Salt River Jefferson; Bullitt County
Floyd's Fork Station 18 mi from Louisville; nr Pee Wee Valley; Oldham County
Floyd's Station 3rd Street & Ohio River; Jefferson County
Floyd's Station (aka Col. John Floyd's Station) M Fk of Beargrass Ck; St. Matthews; Jefferson County
Floyd's Tract (aka Woodstock or John Floyd's Tract) 8 miles NW of Boonesboro; see PW 305. Madison County
Flynn Fork aka Flinn Fork, Tradewater River (Military District) Caldwell County
Fontainebleau (aka Fountain Blue) Mercer County
Foreman Creek, Deer Creek (Military District) Livingston County
Forks of Dick's River Lincoln County
Fort Boonesboro (aka Boonesboro; established by Col. Daniel Boone in 1775) Madison County
Fort Campbell Tennessee; Trigg; Christian County
Fort Finney (aka Fort Steuben) at the Falls of the Ohio Jeffersonville, Indiana; Clark County
Fort Harrod (aka Fort Liberty; established by Col. James Harrod in 1775) Harrodsburg; Mercer County
Fort Jefferson (established by Gen. George Rogers Clark in 1780) Mississippi R; 5 mi below mouth of Ohio R; Ballard County
Fort Knox Meade; Hardin; Bullitt County
Fort Liberty (aka Fort Harrod) Harrodsburg; Mercer County
Fort Logan (aka Logan's Station, St. Asaph or Logan's Fort; settled by Col. Benjamin Logan in 1775) 1 mi W of Stanford; Lincoln County
Fort Massac Illinois side of Ohio River; Unknown County
Fort McClelland (aka McClelland's Station; established by John, Alex. & Wm McClelland in 1776) Georgetown, Scott County
Fort Nelson (erected 1782) 9th St & Ohio River in Louisville; Jefferson County
Fort Nonsense see VA 9196.0; nr Bulllitt's Lick; Bullitt County
Fort Phillips (aka Philip Phillips' Fort on Nolin Creek) 1.25 mi from Hodgenville; Larue County
Fort Pitt (juncture of Ohio, Monongahela & Allegheny Rivers) Pittsburgh; Pennsylvania; Allegheny County
Fort Redstone (aka Redstone Fort) on Monongahela River Brownsville; SW Pennsylvania; Unknown County
Fort Steuben (aka Fort Finney) at the Falls of the Ohio Jeffersonville, Indiana; Clark County
Fountain Blue (aka Fontainebleau) Plantation 3 mi below Harrodsburg; Mercer County
Four Mile Creek Clark County
Fox Run Shelby County
Franklin Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 15, 1795 & amended by Act approved Dec 19, 1805) Mason County
Franklinian Academy (see Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Feb 12, 1808) southern Mercer or northern Boyle County
French's Landing Fulton County
French's Point Fulton County
Froman's Creek Br of Chaplin Fk of Salt R.; Washington County
Fulton Fulton County
Funk Seminary (established by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Apr 22, 1884; Act repealed Mar 3, 1896) LaGrange; Oldham County
Gallatin Academy (or Seminary) Gallatin County
Galloways Branch (aka South Fork) of Beech Fork (see OK 0426.0) Washington County
Gallup Lawrence County
Garrison Creek McCracken County
Gasper River Warren County
Gateway Community & Technical College (Covington, Edgewood & Highland Heights) Kenton; Campbell County
General George Rogers Clark's Grant (aka Clark's Grant) 150,000a tract in Indiana; Clark; Floyd; Scott County
George Clark's Station (resettled in 1789 by George Lewis; renamed Lewis' Station) Lewisburg; 9 mi from Maysville; Mason County
Georgetown College (Georgetown) Scott County
Georgia Settlement see Act creating Warren County
Gilbert's Creek Anderson; Garrard County
Gilmer's Lick 7 mi from Whitley's Station; Lincoln County
Gilmore's Creek (aka Gilmour's Creek) Lincoln County
Gilmore's Station 12 mi E of Mt. Sterling; Montgomery County
Gist's Creek (aka Guesses Creek) Harrison County
Given's Creek Br of Green River; Unknown County
Givens Creek, Ohio River (Military District) Livingston County
Given's Station (aka Reed Station) near Danville; Boyle County
Glasgow Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 23, 1809) Barren County
Glen's Creek Woodford; Washington County
Glens Fork of Russell Creek Adair County
Glover's Station near Greensburg; Green County
Goar's Station Franklin County
Goodwin's Station on the Rolling Fork; Unknown County
Goose Creek Clay; Jefferson; Oldham County
Goose Creek aka Eddy Creek or Big Eddy Creek (Military District); see OK 3022 Caldwell County
Goose Pond Carlisle; Fulton County
Goose Pond, Ohio River (Military District) Union County
Gordon's Lick Lincoln County
Gordon's Station Mercer County
Grant County Academy Grant County
Grant Station (aka Col. John Grant's Station) 5 mi NE of Bryant's Station; Fayette County
Grant's Lick (aka Grant's Salt Lick) 5 mi from Alexandria; Campbell County
Grapevine Bottom (aka Grape Vine Bottom) Mercer County
Grayson Academy (or Seminary) Grayson County
Greasy Creek of Little Barren River Green; Adair County
Greasy Creek, Clear Creek (Military District) Hopkins County
Great Crossings Scott County
Green County Academy (aka New Athens Seminary) Green County
Green Creek Bourbon County
Green River Lincoln; Casey; Green; Adair; Hart; Edmonson County
Green River (Military District) Warren; Butler; Ohio; Muhlenberg; Hopkins County
Green River (Military District) Daviess; Henderson; Webster; McLean County
Greensburg Academy Green County
Greenup Seminary Greenup County
Greenupsburg (now Greenup) Greenup County
Greenville Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Jan 18, 1810) Muhlenberg County
Grier Creek (aka Greer's Creek/Greyer's Creek) Woodford County
Grisby Creek, Little River (Military District) Trigg County
Grott's Settlement (aka Jacob Grott's Settlement) Bourbon County
Groves Creek, Green River (Military District) Henderson; Webster County
Grubb's Station (aka Capt. Higgason Grubbs' Station) on Muddy Creek; Madison County
Guesses Creek (aka Gist's Creek) Harrison County
Haggin's Station (aka Trigg's Station/Viney Grove) Mercer County
Halfmoon Bottom (aka Bottom Branch) see OK 0483.0 & OK 0484.0; Woodford County
Hamby Pond Fulton County
Hammond's Creek of Salt River Anderson County
Hancock Taylor's Grave Madison County
Hanging Fork Lincoln County
Hardin Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Hardin County
Hardin's Creek Breckinridge County
Hardin's Station Hardinsburg; Breckinridge County
Harlan County Seminary Harlan County
Harlan Creek probably Ballard County
Harlans Mill Graves County
Harlan's Station (aka Major Silas Harlan's Station) 7 mi SE of Harrodsburg; on Salt River; Mercer County
Harlens Spring (aka Harlings Spring/Harlans Spring) Ballard County
Harmon's Creek Wayne County
Harmon's Lick Wayne County
Harpe's Head Hopkins County
Harris Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Crittenden County
Harrison Academy or Seminary (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Harrison County
Harrison's Station 3 mi from Cynthiana nr Higgins Fort; Harrison County
Harrod's Creek Jefferson County
Harrods Fork Adair County
Harrod's Landing at Kentucky River; Mercer County
Harrod's Lick (on Hunter's Trace to the lower Salt Spring of Licking Creek) see PW 210; Bourbon County
Harrod's Run Mercer County
Harrod's Station (aka Col. James Harrod's Station) 6 mi E of Harrodsburg on Danville Rd; Mercer County
Harrod's Town (aka Harrodsburg Station or Col. James Harrod's Town) Harrodsburg; Mercer County
Harrods Trace see VA 3330.0; Mercer to Jefferson County
Harrodsburg Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Mercer County
Hart Seminary Hart County
Hartford Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Ohio County
Hartford Station Hartford; Ohio County
Hart's Fk of Silver Ck (aka Nathaniel Hart's Fk) Madison County
Hart's Station (aka White Oak Springs or Nathaniel Hart's Station) 1 mi from Boonesboro; Madison County
Haskin's Run Bourbon County
Hawkin's Branch of Dix River Lincoln County
Hawkins Fork, Cumberland River (Military District) Trigg County
Haycraft Station (aka Samuel Haycraft's Station) hill above cave spring; Hardin County
Hazard Community & Technical College (Hazard, Jackson & Hindman) Perry; Breathitt; Knott County
Hazel Green Academy Wolfe County
Hazel Patch on Cumberland Gap road; Laurel County
Helm's Station (aka Capt. Thomas Helm's Station) Hardin County
Henderson Community College (Henderson) Henderson County
Henderson Seminary Henderson County
Henderson's Grant (200,000 acres) Henderson County
Hends Station (aka Hinde's/Hynde's Station) Hardin County
Henry Academy (or Seminary) Henry County
Herrington Branch of Mayfield Creek Carlisle County
Hickman Fulton County
Hickman's Creek (aka Hickman Creek) Jessamine County
Hickory Bottom Carroll County
Hickory Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Livingston County
Higgin's Blockhouse 1.5 mi above Cynthiana; Harrison County
Higgins Mill, Highland Creek (Military District), ref: Munsell Map Union County
Highland Creek, Ohio River (Military District) Union; Henderson County
Hinde's Station (aka Hends/Hynde's/Hynes' Station) Elizabethtown; Hardin County
Hinkston's Creek (aka Hinkstone's/Hingston's Creek or Hinkstons Mill Seat Creek) Bourbon County
Hinkston's Station (aka Hingstone/Riddles/Ruddell's/Ruddles Station/John Hinkston's Station--see VA 6672) on S Licking Ck; 1.5 mi above Blockhouse; Harrison County
Hobson's Choice (aka Gen. Wayne's Camping Ground) Cincinnati, OH; Hamilton County
Hog Run, branch of Beech Fork Washington County
Hogland Slough, Highland Creek (Military District) Union; Henderson County
Hogland's Station on Beargrass; Jefferson County
Holder's Station Madison County
Hopkins Academy Hopkins County
Hopkinsville (Military District) Christian County
Hopkinsville Community College (Hopkinsville & Fort Campbell) Christian; Trigg County
Horse Creek, Muddy Fork (Military District) Trigg County
Horseshoe Pond Fulton County
Houston's Fork of Licking Creek (aka Huston's Creek or the S Fk of Licking Creek) see PW 182; Bourbon County
Howard's Creek (aka Combs' Creek--see PW 126) Clark County
Howard's Upper Creek Clark County
Hoy's Station Madison County
Hugh McGary's Station (aka Major Hugh McGary's Station/McGary's Station at head spring on Shawnee Run) 5 mi NNE of Harrodsburg; Mercer County
Humphreys Creek Ballard County
Humphrey's Creek (East Fork) Ballard County
Humphreys Creek (West Fork) Ballard County
Hunting Creek (aka Little Bayou Creek) McCracken County
Hurricane Creek, Ohio River (Military District) Crittenden County
Huston's Fork (aka Houston's Fork or the S Fk of Licking Creek) see PW 182; Bourbon County
Huston's Station Paris; Bourbon County
Hynde's Station (aka Hends/Hinde's/Hynes' Station) Elizabethtown; Hardin County
Indian Camp Creek Madison; Butler County
Indian Camp Lake Carlisle County
Indian Creek Jackson County
Indian Creek (Licking River) Harrison County
Indian Creek, Barren River (Military District) Monroe County
Indian Fort Fulton County
Indian Lick (aka Locust Creek), Rolling Fork Washington County
Indian Town (aka Indian Old Fields/Indian Old Corn Fields/Indian Fields/Eskippakithiki) Clark County
Indian Town (depicted on OK 5889.0; identified as Mason County in 1797) Mason County
Indian Trace (North Central Kentucky) Big Bone Lick to McClellans Fort; Multiple County
Irish Station 5 mi S of Lower Blue Licks; Nicholas County
Iron Banks Hickman County
Irvine's Station (aka Col. William Irvine and Capt. Christopher Irvine's Station) nr Richmond; Madison County
Irvine's Station on Salt River (aka Abraham Irvine's Station) Boyle County
Irvin's Lick Br of Tates Creek; Madison County
Island #1 Carlisle; Ballard County
Island #2 Carlisle County
Island #3 Carlisle County
Island #4 Carlisle County
Island #5 (aka Wolf Island) Hickman County
Island #6 Fulton County
Island #7 (aka Seven Mile Island) Marshall County
Island #8 Fulton County
Island Creek of Ohio River McCracken County
Island Ford, Pond River (Military District) Hopkins; Muhlenberg County
Jacob Grott's Settlement Bourbon County
James McAfee's Station (first cabin built in 1774; more settlers arrived in 1775) bank of Salt R.; 6 mi WNW of Harrodsburg; Mercer County
Jasmine Creek (aka Jessamine Creek) Jessamine; Fayette County
Jefferson Community & Technical College District (Louisville, Carrollton & Shelbyville) Jefferson; Carroll; Shelby County
Jefferson Seminary (see Estill Academy or Seminary) Estill County
Jeptha Mountain Shelby County
Jessamine Creek (aka Jasmine Creek) Jessamine; Fayette County
John Floyd's Tract (aka Woodstock or Floyd's Tract) 8 miles NW of Boonesboro; see PW 305. Madison County
John Kenton's Station (aka Kenton's Station) Mason County
John Martin's Station (first cabin built by John Martin in 1775; settled in 1779) aka Martin's Station on Stoner Ck; 5 mi from Ruddle's Station; Bourbon County
Johnson's Fork Robertson County
Jonathan Creek Marshall; Calloway County
Jouett's Creek (aka Douett's Creek) Clark County
Jump Lick (aka Clay Lick), Rolling Fork of Salt River; see OK 0716.0 Nelson County
Kavanaugh Academy Lawrenceburg; Anderson County
Keg Creek Calloway County
Kellar's Station Jefferson County
Kenady Branch, Muddy River (Military District) Trigg; Caldwell County
Kennedy's Station (aka Kennedie's Station) Garrard County
Kenton's Station (aka John Kenton's Station) .5 mi SE of Washington; Mason County
Kenton's Station (aka Simon Kenton's Station) 1 mi N of Washington; Mason County
Kentucky Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 12, 1794; merged with Transylvania Seminary by Act approved Dec 22, 1798) near Pisgah; Woodford County
Kentucky Christian College (Grayson) Carter County
Kentucky Military Institute Lyndon (near Louisville); Jefferson County
Kentucky Mountain Bible College (Vancleve) Breathitt County
Kentucky River (aka Kaintucke River) Letcher; Perry; Breathitt; Wolfe; Lee; Estill County
Kentucky River (aka Kaintucke River) Madison; Clark; Fayette; Jessamine; Garrard County
Kentucky River (aka Kaintucke River) Mercer; Woodford; Anderson; Franklin; Owen County
Kentucky River (aka Kaintucke River) Henry; Carroll County
Kentucky School for the Blind (Louisville) Jefferson County
Kentucky School for the Deaf (Danville) Boyle County
Kentucky State University (Frankfort) Franklin County
Kentucky Wesleyan College (Owensboro) Daviess County
Kilgore's Station possibly TN; if in KY, nr state line; Logan County
Kincheloe's Station on Simpson's Creek; Simpson County
Kirksville (Military District); ref: Munsell Map Crittenden County
Knob Creek Hardin County
Knob Lick Creek (aka Nob Lick) of Hanging Fk of Dix River Lincoln County
Knob Lick Creek, Deer Creek (Military District) Webster County
Knob Lick Station (settled in 1776 by Gen. Isaac Shelby) 5 mi S of Danville; Lincoln County
Knob Licks Lincoln County
Knockbuckle (aka Lost Fork of Otter Creek) see "Lincoln Entry" for Caleb Calloway; Madison County
Knox County Seminary Knox County
Kuykendall Station (aka Moses Kuykendall's Station) on Harrod's Creek; Jefferson County
Lake Beshear, Tradewater River (Military District) Christian County
Lake Number Four Carlisle County
Lancaster Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Garrard County
Lawrence Creek Mason County
Leach's Station Bracken County
Lebanon Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 17, 1810) Christian County
Lees College (Jackson) Breathitt County
Lee's Creek Mason County
Lee's Station (aka Gen. Henry Lee's Station) between Maysville & Washington; Mason County
Leestown (settled in 1776 by Hancock Lee, Cyrus McCracken &c) 1 mi below Frankfort; E bank of Ky River; Franklin County
Left Mayfield Creek Graves County
Lewis Academy Lewis County
Lewis' Station (formerly called Geo. Clark's Station; resettled in 1789 by George Lewis) Lewisburg; 9 mi from Maysville; Mason County
Lexington (settled by Col. Robert Patterson on April 1, 1779) on Town Fork of Elkhorn; Fayette County
Lexington Baptist College (Lexington) Fayette County
Lexington Seminary (or Academy) Fayette County
Lexington Theological Seminary (Lexington) Fayette County
Liberty Academy (see Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Jan 18, 1810) Casey County
Lick Creek of Mayfield Creek Carlisle County
Lick Creek, Clear Creek (Military District) Hopkins County
Lick Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Lyon County
Lick Creek, Drakes Creek (Military District) Simpson County
Lick Creek, Green River (Military District) Henderson County
Licking Creek (probably South Fork of Licking River) Pendleton; Harrison; Bourbon; Clark County
Licking River Nicholas;Fleming;Morgan;Rowan;Menifee;Magoffin County
Licking River Kenton;Campbell;Pendleton;Harrison;Robertson;Bath County
Licking Station Harrison County
Lidia Mount Unknown County
Limestone (aka Maysville) Mason County
Lindsey Wilson College (Columbia) Adair County
Linn's Garrison (aka Linn's Station) on Beargrass; abt 10 mi from Louisville; Jefferson County
Littell's Station on Fork Lick; nr Callensville or Morgan; Pendleton County
Little Barren River Green; Metcalfe; Adair County
Little Barren River (East Fork) Metcalfe County
Little Barren River (South Fork) Metcalfe County
Little Bayou Creek (aka Hunting Creek) McCracken County
Little Bayou de Chien Fulton; Hickman County
Little Bear Creek Marshall County
Little Beaver Dam Creek (Military District) Warren County
Little Creek of McClane Creek (aka McLean Creek) Carlisle; Graves County
Little Cypress Creek Marshall County
Little Fort (aka Twetty's Fort) Madison County
Little Jonathan Creek Calloway County
Little Kentucky River, a tributary of the Ohio River Henry; Trimble; Carroll County
Little Mayfield Creek (aka West Fork of Mayfield Creek) Graves; Carlisle County
Little Mountain Creek (aka Small Mountain Creek) Montgomery County
Little Muddy Creek Butler County
Little Obion Creek Fulton County
Little Obion River Fulton County
Little River, Cumberland River (Military District) Trigg; Christian County
Little River, East Fork of the South Fork (Military District) Christian; Todd County
Little River, North Fork (Military District) Christian County
Little River, South Fork (Military District) Christian County
Littlepages Mill, Pond River (Military District) Hopkins County
Livingston Academy (or Seminary) Livingston County
Livingston's Creek (Military District) Lyon; Crittenden County
Locust Barrens on E Fk Hickman Ck Jessamine County
Locust Bend of Silver Creek (aka Locust Bent) Madison County
Locust Creek (aka Indian Lick), Rolling Fork Washington County
Locust Thicket Fort (possibly the Little Fort) Madison County
Logan Academy or Seminary (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 18, 1804; merged with Newton Academy in 1806) Logan County
Logan's Fort (aka Logan's Station or St. Asaph's; settled by Col. Benjamin Logan in 1775) 1 mile W of Stanford; Lincoln County
Logan's Station (aka Logan's Fort/St. Asaph's) one mile from Stanford; Lincoln County
Long Branch, Ohio River (Military District) Livingston County
Long Branch, Tradewater River (Military District) Crittenden County
Long Creek, Barren River (Military District) Allen County
Long Creek, Pond River (Military District) Muhlenberg; Todd County
Long Lake, Bayou Creek (Military District) Livingston County
Long Pond, Bayou Creek (Military District) Livingston County
Long Run (fork of Floyd's Fork) Jefferson County
Lost Creek of Tradewater River (Military District) Union County
Lost Creek, Ohio River (Military District) Union County
Lost Fork of Otter Creek (aka Knockbuckle) see "Lincoln Entry" for Caleb Calloway; Madison County
Louden's Station 30 mi from mouth of Ky. River; probably Henry County
Louisville (aka Falls of the Ohio; laid off as a town by Capt. Thomas Bullitt in 1773) Jefferson County
Louisville Bible College (Louisville) Jefferson County
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Louisville) Jefferson County
Lovell Branch of Sinking Creek Wayne County
Loves Branch, Givens Creek (Military District) Livingston County
Low Dutch Tract Shelby County
Lower Benson Creek Franklin County
Lower Blue Licks (discovered in 1773) nr Licking Creek; Nicholas County
Lulbegrud Creek (aka Lilbegrud Creek) Clark; Montgomery; Powell County
Lusby's Mill (formerly known as Cobb's Station & Cobb's Mill) Owen County
Lynch's Station (aka Squire Boone's Station/Painted Stone) near Shelbyville; Shelby County
Madison Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Madison County
Madisonville (Military District) Hopkins County
Madisonville Community College (Madisonville & Central City) Hopkins; Muhlenberg County
Male Academy Garrard County
Manchester (aka Massie's Station) N bank of Ohio R.; 12 mi from Maysville; Mason County
Mann's Lick (a salt station before 1786) nr Salt River & Shepherdsville; Bullitt County
Mansfield Tract (on the west br of Hickman Ck) see VA 0888.0; Jessamine County
Marble Creek Jessamine; Fayette County
Marble Creek Station 7 miles from Boonesborough; Madison County
Marion (Military District) Crittenden County
Marrowbone Creek Cumberland County
Martin's Creek Br of South Fork of Licking; Multiple NE County
Martin's Station (first cabin built by John Martin in 1775; settled in 1779) on Stoner Ck; 3 mi from Paris; Bourbon County
Mason Creek, Highland Creek (Military District) Union County
Mason Creek, Left Fork (Military District) Union County
Massac Creek McCracken County
Massie's Station (aka Manchester) N bank of Ohio R.; 12 mi from Maysville; Mason County
Masterson's Station Fayette County
Matsons Switch Fulton County
Maulding Station (established in 1780) on Red River; Logan County
Mayfield Graves County
Mayfield Creek Carlisle; Ballard; McCracken, Graves; Calloway County
Mayfield Creek (South Fork) Unknown County
Mays Run Hardin County
Maysville (settled in 1784; blockhouse built by Edward & John Waller & George Lewis) aka Limestone on Ohio R at mouth of Limestone Ck; Mason County
Maysville Community & Technical College (Maysville, Morehead & Cynthiana) Mason; Rowan; Harrison County
McAfee's (James) Station (first cabin built in 1774; more settlers arrived in 1775) bank of Salt R.; 6 mi WNW of Harrodsburg; Mercer County
McAfee's (William) Station on Shawnee Run 1 m W of Harrodsburg; mouth of Town Br; Mercer County
McAfee's Station (settled by McAfee brothers in 1779) nr Providence church;6 mi N of Harrodsburg; Mercer County
McClelland's Station (aka McClelland's Fort/Fort McClelland); settled in 1776 by John, Alex. & Wm. McClelland &c from Hingston's Station & Drennon's Lick Georgetown; Scott County
McConnel Branch of Big Sinking Creek Carter County
McConnell's Run Scott; Fayette County
McConnell's Station near Lexington; Fayette County
McCoun's Station (aka McCowan's Station) Mercer County
McFadden's Station (settled by Andrew McFadden in 1785) on Big Barren R.; 4 mi from Bowling Green; Warren County
McFarland Creek, Pond River (Military District) Christian County
McFarland Island Warren County
McGary's Station (aka Maj. Hugh McGary's Station on head spring of Shawnee Run) 5 mi NNE of Harrodsburg; Mercer County
McGee's Station (aka McGuire's Station/Cove Spring/Old Station) on Cooper's Run nr Tate's Creek Road; SE Fayette County
McKinney's Branch of Hanging Fork Lincoln County
McKinney's Station (aka Archibald McKinney's Station) McKinney's Branch; 4 mi NE of Hustonville; Lincoln County
McLean Creek Hickman; Ballard; Graves; Carlisle County
McMillin's Fort Bourbon or Harrison County
McMillions Spring of Licking Creek probably Bourbon or Harrison County
Meadow Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Crittenden County
Mefford's Station (aka George Mefford's Station) 2.5 mi S of Maysville; Mason County
Meriwether Creek Unknown County
Mid Continent College (Mayfield) Graves County
Middle Fork of Drakes Creek (Military District) Simpson; Allen County
Middle Station Jefferson County
Middlesboro (aka Middlesborough) Bell County
Middleton Offset (101 acre indentation in the Kentucky-Tennessee border; attributed to Cox & Peebles, official boundary surveyors) Simpson County
Midway College (Midway) Woodford County
Mill Creek Carroll; Henry County
Mill Creek (Waters of Licking Creek) Bourbon County
Mill Creek (Waters of North Fork of Licking Creek) Mason; Fleming County
Mill Creek (Waters of the Ohio) Hardin County
Mill Creek, Barren River (Military District) Monroe County
Mill Creek, East Fork (Military District) Monroe County
Mill on Drake's Creek (Military District); ref: Munsell Map Hopkins County
Mill on Pond River (Military District); ref: Munsell Map Muhlenberg County
Miller's Creek Clark County
Miller's Station (aka John Miller's Station) 1 mi NE of Millersburg; probably Bourbon County
Mills' Station Greenup or Lewis County
Millwood Creek (Military District) Caldwell County
Mississippi River Ballard; Carlisle; Hickman; Fulton County
Monroe County Seminary Monroe County
Montgomery Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Montgomery County
Montgomery Creek (Military District) Christian County
Montgomery Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Caldwell County
Montgomery Station (aka William Montgomery's Station) 12 mi SW of Logan's Fort; Lincoln County
Monticello Seminary (aka Wayne County Seminary) Wayne County
Morehead State University (Morehead) Rowan County
Morgan County Seminary Morgan County
Morganfield (Military District) Union County
Morgan's Creek (a branch of Strode's Creek) probably Bourbon or Harrison County
Morgan's Station on Slate Creek 7 mi E of Mt. Sterling; Bath County
Mount St. Joseph Academy Daviess County
Mud Creek of Bayou de Chien Fulton County
Mud Garrison (between Bullitt's Lick & the Falls of Salt River) Shepherdsville; Bullitt County
Mud Lick Bath County
Muddy Creek Butler; Ohio; Madison; Trigg County
Muddy Creek (Kentucky River) Madison County
Muddy Fork of Little River (Military District) Trigg; Caldwell; Christian County
Muddy River Logan County
Muddy River Licks N of Russellville; Logan & Butler County
Muhlenberg Seminary Muhlenberg County
Mulberry Creek (branch of Brashears Creek) Shelby County
Mulberry Fields (Spring Creek?) Graves County
Murray Calloway County
Murray State University (Murray) Calloway County
Murray's Run Mercer County
Nathaniel Hart's Fk of Silver Ck (aka Hart's Fork) Madison County
New Athens Seminary (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798; also see Act of Dec 24, 1805) see OK 6039.0; town of Greensburg; Green County
New Holland Jefferson County
New Market Henry County
Newport Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Campbell County
Newton Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798; merged with Logan Seminary by Act of Dec 27, 1806) Russellville; Logan County
Nicholas Academy (or Seminary) Nicholas County
Noahs Spring Branch Christian County
Nob Lick Creek (aka Knob Lick) of Hanging Fk of Dix River Lincoln County
Nolin's Creek Hardin County
Norge Creek, Pond River (Military District) Hopkins County
Northern Kentucky University (Highland Heights) Campbell County
Obion Creek Fulton; Hickman; Carlisle; Graves County
Ohio River McCracken; Ballard County
Ohio River (Military District) Livingston; Crittenden; Union; Henderson County
Old Station (aka McGee's Station/McGuire's Station/Cove Spring) on Cooper's Run nr Tates Creek Road; SE Fayette County
Old Town Harrodsburg; Mercer County
Old Town (Indian) Greenup County
Otter Creek Hardin; Larue; Meade; Perry; Floyd; McLean County
Otter Creek Madison County
Otter Creek (Kentucky River) Madison County
Otter Creek, Pond River (Military District) Clay; Cumberland; Wayne; Hopkins County
Owen County Seminary or Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Feb 4, 1820) Owen County
Owens Ford, Tradewater River (Military District) Webster County
Owens Spring Branch, Tradewater River (Military District) Webster County
Owen's Station (aka Brackett's Station) near Shelbyville; Shelby County
Owensboro Community & Technical College (Owensboro) Daviess County
Oxmoor Farm Jefferson County
Paducah McCracken County
Paint Creek Johnson County
Paint Lick Creek Garrard County
Paint Lick Station Garrard County
Painted Stone (aka Squire Boone's Station/Lynch's Station) Shelby County
Panther Creek Calloway; Graves; Daviess County
Panther Creek, Livingston Creek (Military District) Lyon County
Parroquette Creek Logan County
Pendleton Academy (or Seminary) Pendleton County
Pennsylvania Run (see OK 135) Bullitt County
Perkins Creek (aka Delaware Creek) McCracken County
Perry County Seminary Perry County
Pettit's Fork of Russell Creek (aka Petty's Fork) Adair County
Pettitt Station (on the headwaters of Green River) 2.5 mi from Montgomery Stn; Lincoln County
Phillip's Fort (aka Philip Phillips' Fort on Nolin Creek) 1.25 mi from Hodgenville; Larue County
Pigeon Roost, Tradewater River (Military District) Crittenden County
Pike County Seminary Pike County
Pikeville College (Pikeville) Pike County
Pilot Oak Graves County
Pine Lick Lincoln County
Piney Creek, Left Fork, Tradewater River (Military District) Caldwell County
Piney Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Hopkins; Christian County
Piney Fork/Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Crittenden; Caldwell County
Pitman Creek, Green River (Military District) Webster; Hopkins County
Pittman's Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Pulaski County
Pittman's Station (near the mouth of Pittman's Creek) 5 mi W of Greensburg; Green County
Pitts Point Bullitt County
Pleasant Run Marion; Washington; Morgan County
Pleasant Run, Drakes Creek (Military District) Hopkins County
Plum(b) Lick (appears to be located on James Nourse patent: VA 5277.0) Montgomery County
Plum(b) Lick Creek, branch of Hinkston Creek Bourbon; Montgomery County
Plumb Creek Spencer; Shelby County
Plumb Run Fayette; Jessamine County
Pogue Creek aka Poages Creek (Military District); ref: Munsell Map Hopkins County
Pond Creek Jefferson County
Pond Creek, Clear Creek (Military District) Hopkins County
Pond Creek, Highland Creek (Military District) Union; Henderson County
Pond River (Military District) McLean; Muhlenberg; Todd; Hopkins; Christian County
Pond River, East Branch of East Fork of Pond River (Military District) Todd County
Pond River, East Fork (Military District) Christian; Muhlenberg County
Pond River, West Branch of East Fork of Pond River (Military District) Christian; Todd County
Pond River, West Fork (Military District) Hopkins; Christian County
Pond Station (built in 1790 by James Inman; located a few miles SE of Calhoun) McLean County
Poplar Level Jefferson County
Port William (aka Capt. Elliston's blockhouse at the mouth of Kentucky River) Carrollton; Carroll County
Portland Christian School of Bible Studies (Louisville) Jefferson County
Pottinger's Creek (formerly known as Eaton's Creek; see VA 2961.0) Nelson County
Powell Valley Powell County
Presentation Academy Jefferson County
Prestonsburg Academy (see Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Jan 19, 1827) Floyd County
Princeton aka Eddy Grove (Military District); ref: Munsell Map Caldwell County
Pulaski Academy Pulaski County
Quirk's Creek (Branch of Salt River) Mercer County
Red Banks (now known as the city of Henderson) Henderson County
Red River Powell County
Red River (Military District) Logan; Simpson County
Red River, South Fork (Military District) Logan County
Red River, West Fork (Military District) Christian; Todd County
Redstone Creek Ballard County
Redstone Fort (aka Fort Redstone) on Monongahela River Brownsville; SW Pennsylvania; Fayette County
Reed Station (aka Given's Station) near Danville; Boyle County
Reelfoot Creek Fulton County
Richland Creek, Clear Creek (Military District) Hopkins County
Richland Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Livingston County
Riddells Station (see Riddles Station) Harrison County
Riddles Station (aka Hinkstone/Hingstone/Ruddles Station) Harrison County
Rittenhouse Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Scott County
Robertson Academy Columbia; Adair County
Rock Branch, Little River (Military District) Christian County
Rock Dunda Unknown County
Rockbridge (or Rock Ridge) Creek, branch of Hinkston Creek Bourbon County
Rockcastle Academy or Seminary (see Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Jan 18, 1810) Rockcastle County
Rockhouse ("remarkable") see VA 7664.0; Bourbon County
Rocky Ford Fork Bourbon County
Rogers' Station nr Beech Fork; Nelson County
Rogers' Station Clark County
Rolling Fork of Salt River (aka Rowling Fork) Nelson; Larue; Marion County
Rose Creek, Clear Creek (Military District) Hopkins County
Rough Creek Marshall County
Rough Run (aka Rough Creek) Hardin; Grayson; Hancock; Ohio County
Royal Spring Scott County
Ruddell's Station (aka Hinkston/Hingstone/Riddles/Ruddles Station/John Hinkston's Station) S Fk Licking R.; 1.5 mi above Blockhouse; Harrison County
Running Slough Fulton County
Russell County Academy Russell County
Russell Creek (Military District) Green; Adair; Russell County
Salem (Military District) Livingston County
Salem Academy Livingston County
Saline Creek (Military District) Trigg County
Salt River Boyle; Mercer; Anderson; Spencer; Hardin; Bullitt County
Salt River (branches) Washington; Nelson; Shelby; Jefferson County
Salt River Garrison Unknown County
Sandlick Creek (Military District) Christian County
Sandusky Station (aka Sodowsky Station) on Pleasant Run; Washington County
Sandy Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Livingston County
Sandy Slough Ballard County
Sassafras Creek Unknown County
Sassafras Ridge Fulton County
Scott's Station (aka John Scott's Station) 5.5 mi NE of Cynthiana; Harrison County
Seven Mile Island Marshall County
Severn Creek (aka Sovern Creek) Owen; Hardin County
Severns Run Washington County
Shallow Ford Station Madison County
Shannon Creek Calloway County
Shannon's Run Woodford; Fayette County
Shannon's Trace Scott County
Shawnee Creek Ballard County
Shawnee Run Mercer County
Shawnee Spring Mercer County
Shawnee Trace ("made by Capt. Holder's men going to the nation"--see PW 246) along North Fork of Elkhorn; Multiple County
Shelby or Shelbyville Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798; also see Act approved Jan 30, 1810) Shelby County
Sign of the Rabbit along Indian Trace; North Central Ky; Multiple County
Silver Creek Madison County
Simmons Bible College (Louisville) Jefferson County
Simpson's Creek Spencer; Nelson County
Sinking Fork, Little River (Military District) Christian; Trigg County
Sinking Fork, Little River (Military District) Christian County
Skagg's Creek aka Skegg's Creek (Military District) Rockcastle County
Skaggs Fork Carlisle County
Skaggs Fork of Obion Ck Ballard County
Skagg's Station (aka Skegg's Station) on Brush Creek; Green County
Skinframe Creek, Livingston Creek (Military District) Lyon; Caldwell County
Slate Blockhouse Bath County
Slate Creek Bath County
Slate Furnace Bath County
Slate Lick Branch of Mud Lick Creek Bath County
Slough Carlisle County
Slover Creek, Craborchard Creek (Military District) Webster County
Small Mountain Creek (aka Little Mountain Creek) Montgomery County
Smith Ditch, Tradewater River (Military District) Union County
Smithland (Military District) Livingston County
Smiths Branch of Wilsons Creek Graves County
Snapneck Creek Fulton County
Sodowsky Station (aka Sandusky Station) on Pleasant Run; Washington County
Soldier Creek Marshall County
Somerset (Sommerset; Summerset) Creek Montgomery; Nicholas County
Somerset Academy or Seminary (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 18, 1802) Pulaski County
Somerset Community College (Somerset & London) Pulaski; Laurel County
South Fork of Clark's River (aka West Fork of Clark's River) McCracken; Graves; Marshall; Calloway County
South Fork of Licking River (probably Licking Creek) Pendleton; Harrison; Bourbon; Clark County
Southeast Ky Community & Technical College (Cumberland, Harlan, Middlesboro, Pineville & Whitesburg) Harlan; Bell; Letcher County
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Louisville) Jefferson County
Southern Normal School & Bowling Green Business College Warren County
Sovern Creek (aka Severn Creek) Owen; Hardin County
Spalding University (Louisville) Jefferson County
Spencerian College (Louisville) Jefferson County
Spring Creek (Mulberry Fields?) Graves County
Spring Creek, Livingston Creek (Military District) Lyon County
Spring Station Jefferson County
Squire Boone's Station (aka Lynch's Station/Painted Stone) on Clear Creek near Shelbyville; Shelby County
St. Asaph (aka Logan's Station or Logan's Fort; settled by Col. Benjamin Logan in 1775) 1 mi W of Stanford; Lincoln County
St. Asaph's Spring Branch at Logan's Fort near Stanford; Lincoln County
St. Camillus Academy Knox County
St. Catharine College (Springfield) Washington County
St. Mary Academy McCracken County
Stamping Ground Scott County
Stanford Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Lincoln County
Station Camp Creek Estill; Jackson County
Steel's Run of S Fk of Elkhorn (aka Steele's Run) Woodford; Fayette County
Stevenson's Station Garrard County
Stewart's Fork of Salt River Nelson County
Stock Fields (aka Stockfields) see PW 217; Madison County
Stoner's Creek (aka Stoner's Fork of Licking Creek) Bourbon County
Stoner's Settlement Bourbon County
Stoney Creek Boone County
Stovall Creek Ballard County
Straight Lake Carlisle County
Strodes Branch of Licking Creek (aka Stroud's Fork) Bourbon County
Strode's Station Clark County
Sturgeon Creek Lee County
Sturgus Station (aka Asturgus Station) on Harrod's Trace; Jefferson County
Sug Creek, Eagle Creek (Military District) Union County
Sugar Creek (early patents in central Kentucky) Garrard County
Sugar Creek (eastern Kentucky) Leslie County
Sugar Creek (Jackson Purchase region) Ballard; Calloway; Graves County
Sugar Creek (Military District) Christian; Caldwell; Monroe; Trigg County
Sugar Creek (northeastern Kentucky) Nicholas County
Sugar Creek (northern Kentucky) Grant County
Sugar Creek, Cumberland River (Military District) Livingston; Crittenden; Henderson; Hopkins County
Sugar Loaf Lick Madison; Lincoln County
Sugarcamp Fork, Bayou Creek (Military District) Livingston County
Sullivan College (Louisville) Jefferson County
Sullivan's Station Jefferson County
Sulphur Fork of Middle Fork of Drakes Creek (Military District) Simpson; Allen County
Summers' Run Branch of Licking; Multiple County
Summerset (Somerset; Sommerset) Creek Montgomery; Nicholas County
Summerset Academy or Seminary (see Somerset Academy) Pulaski County
Swan Pond Ballard County
Sycamore Creek Pike; Russell County
Sycamore Creek Montgomery; Grant; Harrison; Johnson; Lewis County
Sycamore Fork of Slate Creek Montgomery County
Tate Creek (aka Tate's Creek) Madison; Jessamine; Fayette County
Taylors Creek Hickman County
Taylor's Creek Station Campbell County
Ten Mile Creek Grant County
Tennessee River (east of Purchase, Military District) a/k/a Riviere des Cheraquis or Cherokee River Trigg; Lyon; Livingston County
Tennessee River (Purchase area) a/k/a Riviere des Cheraquis or Cherokee River Calloway; McCracken; Marshall County
Terrapin Branch, Cumberland River (Military District) Trigg County
Terrapin Creek Graves County
Thomas More College (Crestview Hills, KY & Cincinnati, OH) Kenton County
Thompson(s) Creek (Military District) Christian; Crittenden; Muhlenberg County
Thompson(s) Creek of Chaplin River Washington; Mercer County
Tices Fork (near Long Run of Floyd's Fork) see OK 2367.0; Jefferson County
Tick Creek Shelby County
Todd's Station (aka Capt. Todd's Station) Jessamine County
Town Creek Carlisle County
Town Fork of Elkhorn Fayette County
Town Fork of Salt River Mercer County
Town Fork, North Fork of Little River (Military District) Christian County
Townsend Creek (aka Townsend's Fork) Bourbon; Harrison County
Townsend Fork of Sinking Creek Lee County
Tradewater Creek/River, North Fork (aka Crab Orchard Creek?); ref: Munsell Map Webster County
Tradewater River (Military District) Union; Crittenden; Webster; Hopkins; Caldwell County
Trammel Fork of Drake's Creek (Military District) Warren; Allen County
Transylvania Seminary (created by 1780 Act of Virginia Assembly; initially located near Danville then moved to Lexington) Fayette County
Transylvania University (result of merger with Kentucky Academy, approved by Ky General Assembly, Dec 22, 1798) Lexington; Fayette County
Traveler's Rest (home of Gov. Isaac Shelby) nr Danville; Boyle County
Trigg's Station (aka Haggin's Station/Viney Grove) Mercer County
Trinity Rockhouses (restricted area) Wolfe County
Trough Spring Branch Woodford County
Truman's Creek Carlisle County
Turner's Run of Hickman Creek Jessamine County
Twetty's Fort (aka The Little Fort) Madison County
Two Mile Creek Clark County
Tygart (Tigart) Creek Greenup County
Tygart Valley Greenup County
Tyler's Station Shelby County
Union Academy Union County
Union College (Barbourville) Knox County
University of Kentucky (Main Campus: Lexington) Fayette County
University of Louisville (Main Campus: Louisville) Jefferson County
Upper Benson Creek Franklin County
Upper Blue Licks Nicholas County
Ursuline Academy & Convent Jefferson County
Valley Trace Rolling Fk; 5 mi below mouth of Beech Fk; Nelson County
Vance's Station on Green River; Unknown County
Vanmeter's Fort Hardin County
Vaughn Ditch, Tradewater River (Military District) Webster County
Vienna Station (built in 1788 by Solomon Rhoads; now known as city of Calhoun) McLean County
Viney Grove (aka Trigg's Station/Haggin's Station) Mercer County
Wade's Creek Marshall; Calloway County
Wadesboro (aka Waidsboro or Wadesborough or Waidsborough) Calloway County
War Road Whitley; Lincoln County
Ward Creek, Flynn Fork (Military District) Caldwell County
Warren County Seminary (possibly Bowling Green Seminary) Warren County
Warren Female Institute Georgetown; Scott County
Warrior's Path (aka Athiamiowee) Bell County to Cabin Creek in Mason County
Washington 3 mi S of Maysville; Mason County
Washington Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798) Washington County
Watch Creek Marshall County
Water Valley Graves County
Wayne County Seminary (aka Monticello Seminary) Wayne County
Webbs Female Academy Green County
Weirs Creek, Clear Creek (Military District) Hopkins County
Wells Station (Military District) Shelby; Mason County
West Bays Fork of Barren River (Military District) Allen County
West Fork of Clark's River (aka South Fork of Clark's River) McCracken; Graves; Marshall; Calloway County
West Fork of Mayfield Creek (aka Little Mayfield Creek) Graves County
West Kentucky Community & Technical College (Paducah) McCracken County
Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green) Warren County
Western Military Institute Georgetown; Scott County
Whaley's Station Mason County
Wheatley's Station (aka Whitley's Station) 2 miles from Crab Orchard; Lincoln County
Whippoorwill Creek (Military District) Todd; Logan County
White Lick Garrard County
White Lick (Military District) Henderson County
White Oak Creek (Military District) Pulaski County
White Oak Springs (aka Hart's Station) Madison County
Whitley Academy (or Seminary) Whitley County
Whitley Creek (aka Wheatley Creek) Lincoln County
Whitley's Station (aka Wheatley's Station) 2 miles from Crab Orchard; Lincoln County
Whittaker's Station Bullitt County
Wickliffe Ballard County
Wildcat Creek Calloway County
Wilderness Road VA thru Cumberland Gap to Lexington; Multiple County
Wiley Creek, Flynn Fork (Military District) Caldwell County
William McAfee's Station on Shawnee Run 1 m W of Harrodsburg; mouth of Town Br; Mercer County
Williamson's Run Fleming County
Willow Creek McCracken County
Willow Creek (branch of Mayfield Creek) Carlisle County
Wilson Creek Graves County
Wilson Creek, Canoe Creek (Military District) Henderson County
Wilson's Creek Bullitt; Nelson County
Wilson's Creek (branch of Mayfield Creek) Carlisle County
Wilson's Run Branch of Dix River; Unknown County
Wilson's Station Mercer County
Winchester Academy Clark County
Wolf Creek about 70 miles below Falls of Ohio; Meade County
Wolf Creek branch of Stoner's Fork of Licking; Unknown County
Wolf Creek (Military District) Pulaski County
Wolf Creek, Tradewater River (Military District) Crittenden County
Wolf Lick Creek, Mud River (Military District) Todd; Logan County
Wolf River (Military District) Cumberland; Clinton County
Wolf Run (later known as Barnetts Creek). See OK 0702.0 Hardin County
Woodford Academy (created by Act of Ky General Assembly, approved Dec 22, 1798; also see Jan 18, 1810 & Jan 25, 1811 Acts) Woodford County
Woods Creek Campbell; Kenton County
Woods Station Madison County
Woodstock (aka John Floyd's Tract or Floyd's Tract) see PW 305. 8 miles NW of Boonesboro; Madison County
Worthington Station Lincoln County
Written House Academy aka Rittenhouse Academy (see OK 3890.0 & OK 3891.0) Scott County
Yellow Bank Island Daviess County
Yellow Banks Daviess County