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Barren County, Kentucky

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  • Pvt. Edward Bryan Hatchett, Sr. (1925 - 2006)
    GLASGOW - Edward Bryan &#8220Eddie” Hatchett, 80, of Glasgow died Jan. 25, 2006, in Glasgow. The Hiseville native was a fourth generation Barren Countian. Following service in the Army Air Corps durin...
  • Gorin Felix Hatchett (1917 - 1994)
  • Edward Black Hatchett (1881 - 1965)
    Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1965 Name: Edward Black Hatchett Gender: Male Race: White Death Age: 84 Birth Date: 17 Nov 1881 Birth Place: Kentucky, USA Death Date: 18 Dec 1965 Death Place: Glasgow, Ba...
  • Annie Bell Hatchett (1886 - 1973)
    On June 26, 1912, Edward Black Hatchett was married to Annie Belle Strader, a daughter of Ulysses J. Strader. She was born and reared in the Hiseville community. Her father was a prominent farmer of th...
  • Alice Ophelia Gardner (1857 - 1937)

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Barren County was established in 1798 from land given by Green County and Warren County. Like most of south central Kentucky, Barren County was settled by the Scots-Irish, and still bears many cultural aspects that trace back to that heritage. The Scottish heritage is the most evident, as indicated by the name of the county seat, which is named for Glasgow, Scotland, and is celebrated annually with the Glasgow Highland Games, one of three highland games held each year in Kentucky.

Barren was a prohibition or dry county, until September 2016.

Adjacent Counties

Cities & Communities

  • Austin
  • Cave City
  • Eighty Eight
  • Finney
  • Glasgow (County Seat)
  • Hiseville
  • Lecta
  • Park City
  • Rocky Hill
  • Temple Hill


Confederate Monument of John A. Murray

Jesse James Riding Stables

Diamond Caverns

Onyx Cave