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Hardin County, Kentucky

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Hardin County was established in 1792 and was named for Col. John Hardin, a Continental Army officer during the American Revolution and a brother of the Capt. William Hardin who founded Hardinsburg.

The county is known for being the birthplace of former U.S. president Abraham Lincoln, though since 1843, it has been part of neighboring LaRue County.

Adjacent Counties

Cities

  • Elizabethtown (County Seat)
  • Muldraugh (part)
  • Radcliff
  • Sonora
  • Upton (part)
  • Vine Grove
  • West Point

Other Communities: Big Spring, Blue Ball, Cecilia, Colesburg, Dever Hollow, Eastview, Fort Knox (part), Glendale, Harcourt, Hardin Springs, Howe Valley, Howell Spring, Mill Creek, New Fruit, Nolin, Old Stephensburg, Quaker Valley, Red Mills, Rineyville, St. John, Star Mills, Stephensburg, Summit, Tip Top, Tunnel Hill, Vertrees, White Mills and Youngers Creek

Links

Wikipedia

Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places

KY GenWeb