Historical Markers in
Franklin County, Kentucky

1864 Attack on Frankfort A Civil War Reprisal Amos Kendall (1789-1869) An Eminent Statesman Bibb-Burnley House Buena Vista Captain Daniel Weisiger III Confederates Here Daniel Boone-Pioneer Early Congregation Early South Frankfort Emily Thomas Tubman House Emma Guy Cromwell (1865-1952) "Father of Kentucky Historical Society Highway Marker Program" First Baptist Church First Baptist Church First Christian Church First Methodist Church First Presbyterian Church Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church Frankfort Chosen as Capital Frankfort State Hospital and School Cemetery Frankfort Union Station Franklin County Hemp Franklin County, 1795 Garden Hall Garrard/Crittenden House "Glen Willis" Good Shepherd Church Gov. George Madison (1763-1816) Governor's Mansion at 100 Years Hiram Lodge #4 F. & A.M. John Hampton House Justice Todd House Kentucky State University Kentucky's Executive Mansion Ky African American Civil War Memorial Lewis and Clark in Kentucky- Frankfort Newspapers Lewis and Clark in Kentucky- Kentucky Militia Lewis and Clark- Lewis & Shieheke and William Clark in Frankfort Liberty Hall: A National Historic Landmark Lt. Presley N. O'Bannon, USMC Macklin House Melodye Park Morehead House Mr. Taylor's Barber Shop New Capitol North Fork Baptist Church O.F.C.- Stagg Distillery Old State House Oliver Percy Rood 1845-1885 Paul Sawyier Boyhood Home Paul Sawyier Library Rev. Jesse R. Zeigler House (Frank Lloyd Wright House) Ruth Hanly Booe (1891-1973) Site of Love House Site of Winnie A. Scott Hospital State Arsenal Switzer Covered Bridge The Church of the Ascension The Frankfort Barracks The Frankfort Kentucky Reel The Old Mansion Upper Benson Church Vest-Lindsey House Veterans of American Revolution Elected Governor of Kentucky