Oldham County 

Cities & Towns

 

Transcribed from the 1881-82 Kentucky State Gazetteer and Business Directory, Vol. III

Reynolds Historical Genealogy Collection

Allen County Public Library, 900 Webster Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46801

Published by R. L. Polk & Co. and A. C. Danser

Buckner's Station

A station on the L., C. & L. Ry and a small village in Oldham county, 5 miles southwest of Lagrange, the county seat and 23 north of Louisville. A steam saw-mill, 2 churches and a seminary are sustained by a population of about 200. Express Adams. Mail daily. W. A. Campbell, postmaster.


Business District

Callaban Benjamin, distiller

Campbell W. A., general store and Express agent

Carrol Charles, lawyer

Cassaday R. B., physician

Hitt James, blacksmith

Johnson M. F., saloon, livery and hotel

Reeves J. L., Principal Seminary

Russell John, grain and live stock

Shake John M., wagon-maker and grape-grower

White James W., distiller
 
 

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