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Bath County, Kentucky

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  • (USA), Elijah Sorrell (1844 - 1915)
    Son of William Sorrell and Catherine McCarty.Info on DC, given by Enoch Wills.Married Mary Anne Staton, 21 Nov 1866, Bath Co, KY.The following was left at the graves of Elijah and Mary Anne (nee Staton...
  • Robert Harrison Hazelrigg, Sr. (1888 - 1962)
    Commonwealth of Kentucky Certificate of Death File # 116-62-4544 states that Robert H. Hazelrigg, a married white male aged 73 years, a retired painter, died March 3, 1962 in the Bourbon County Hospita...
  • Roy Talbott Hazelrigg (1913 - 2006)
  • William Shelton Ulery (1829 - 1903)
  • John Duty (1785 - 1856)

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Bath County was established in 1811 from land given by Montgomery County, Kentucky. Its name is derived from natural springs said to have medicinal qualities. The courthouse in Owingsville was destroyed by an accidental fire caused by the Union Army during the American Civil War in 1864.

In 1932, an archaeological field survey observed fourteen archaeological sites in Bath County, including the Ramey Mound near Sharpsburg and multiple ancient burials near the Springfield Presbyterian Church.

Adjacent Counties


  • Owingsville (County Seat)
  • Salt Lick
  • Sharpsburg
  • Bethel



The Bourbon Iron Works

The Confederate Monument in Owingsville

The J.J. Nesbitt House

The Col. Thomas Deye Owings House

The Raccoon John Smith House

The Daniel Boone National Forest (part)