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Historical Map of Kentucky and Her Counties - 1823-1837

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By this point, Commissioners Isaac Shelby and Andrew Jackson had purchased the Chickasaw Hunting Grounds (on October 19, 1818). Four counties were created out of it by 1825:

(77) McCracken
(75) Graves County
(73) Calloway County
(70) Hickman County.


By 1837 there were a total of 87 counties in the state of Kentucky.

A, B, C is land from (51) Caldwell County to (69) Trigg County in 1825,'26, '27;
D is land from (40) Ohio County to (58) Daviess County in 1830;
E is land from (40) Ohio County to (38) Breckinridge County in 1831;
F is land from (25) Warren County to (31) Barren County in 1827;
G and H are lands from (31) Barren and (67) Monroe counties to (57)Allen County in 1825;
I is land from (20) Cumberland County to (67) Monroe Co in 1830;
J and K are lands from (30) Pulaski County to (59) Whitley and (41)Wayne counties in 1826 and 1831;
L is land from (42) Knox County to (81)Laurel County in 1834;
M and N are lands from (62) Owen and (35) Henry counties to (18) Franklin County in 1827;
P is land from (32) Boone County to (34) Gallatin County in 1837;
Q is land from (17) Harrison County to (65) Grant County in 1827;
R is land from (22) Bracken County to (17) Harrison County in 1834;
S is land from (33) Fleming County to (39) Nicholas County in 1824;

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46

Casey

3

1806

47

Clay

6/43/42

1806

48

Lewis

8

1806

49

Estill

14/6

1808

50

Hopkins

27

1808

51

Caldwell

37

1809

52

Butler

12/40

1810

53

Grayson

15/40

1810

54

Rockcastle

3/6/30

1810

55

Bath

24

1811

Local Medicinal Springs

56

Union

27

1811

57

Allen

31/25

1815

58

Daviess

40

1815

59

Whitley

42

1818

Col. William Whitley, a Kentucky pioneer and Indian fighter

60

Harlan

42

1819

61

Hart

15/31/?16

1819

62

Owen

13/18/34/29

1819

63

Simpson

57/12/25

1819

64

Todd

26/12

1819

Col. John Todd, who fell in the Battle of Blue Lick 

65

Grant

29

1820

66

Perry

47/43

1820

68

Kenton

29

1820*

67

Monroe

31/20

1820

69

Trigg

26/51

1820

70

Hickman

51/37

1821

71

Lawrence

43/45

1821

72

Pike

43

1821

73

Calloway

70

1822

74

Morgan

43/55

1822

General Daniel Morgan

75

Graves

70

1823

76

Oldham

35/10/1

1823

Colonel William Oldham

77

McCracken

70

1824

78

Meade

15/38

1824

Captain James Meade

79

Spencer

10/21/4

1824

Captain Spear Spencer, a valiant Indian fighter who lost his life a Tippecanoe 

80

Edmondson

53/61/25

1825

Captain John Edmonson;  

81

Laurel

59/47/42/54

1825

Laurel River 

82

Russell

20/44/41

1825

Colonel William Russell 

83

Anderson

18/5/11

1827

Amb. Richard C. Anderson, Jr 

84

Hancock

58/40/38

1828

John Hancock, first President of the Continental Congress  

85

Marion

11

1834

General Francis Marion;  

86

Clinton

41/20

1835

Governor De Witt Clinton 

87

Trimble

35/76/34

1836

Judge Robert Trimble  

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