melbourne, ky

Melbourne, Kentucky

E. B. Peipho Carriage Company, Melbourne

“To complete [The Maysville Carriage Company's] stock of first-class livery turnouts for the summer, they have purchased, from the Melbourne (Ky.) carriage works (John Miller & Co., proprietors) three fine vehicles, viz: one fine pleasure wagon, one nice piano-box buggy, best make, and last, but not least, one of the latest design tan phaetons,  The running gear of this phaeton is painted prim rose, yellow striped, with fine and wide carmine lines.  The trimmings are maroon leather, and the mountings are nickel plated.  The design is intrely [sic] new and very handsome.” from the Maysville Evening Bulletin, June 14, 1894

 

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Picturesque Hills, Ohio
 River, Melbourne
Aerial View of
Melbourne, c. 1910
Melbourne Fire
Department

 

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Public School and Methodist
 Church, Melbourne
US Post Office and 12 Mile
Turn Pike, Melbourne

 

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Four Mile Hatchery
from a Facebook post by Joe Zink
Some Acquaintances in
Melbourne, c. WWI
Jim Minshall, in front of
 the Melbourne Fire House

 

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Sisters of Divine Providence
Provincial House, St. Anne Convent

“Lillie and Mary Fitzpatrick, aged 15 and 13, escaped from a Convent at Coldspring, Ky., Sunday, and were later held at the Place of Detention at Cincinnati until their father, James Fitzpatrick, a Cynthiana stonemason, was heard from.  They ran away from the school because of ill treatment.”  from Maysville's Daily Public Ledger, September 7, 1905

 

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Organ Screen, Chapel of
 the Sacred Heart, St. Anne
Convent, Melbourne
Transept, Chapel of the
 Sacred Heart, St. Anne
 Convent, Melbourne
Chapel, Providence
House,  St. Anne Convent

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St. Philips Catholic Church and Parish
First service was May 16, 1910
The rectory was built in 1912
. . . and the '37 flood made it just to, and not over, the top of the top step of the church

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Melbourne, Kentucky
This one's a puzzler.  The jerseys say MILBOURNE. There is a Milbourne in the USA, and it's in Pennsylvania.  On the other hand, the back says “Louis Fillhardt's Team,” and the 1900 Census has one and only one man by that name in the USA, and he lives in Campbell County, Kentucky, not Pennsylvania.  Our guess - emphasize:  guess - is that the name of the town was more casually spelled, or they simply misspelled the name, and it really is Kentucky.  That hill in the back on the right kinda looks like Melbourne, doesn't it?  If you can shed any light, please contact us.

 

Otto Good's History of Melbourne is here. “Oct. 31. - The Rev. D. W. Howell, of Louisville, State secretary of Baptist missionary work, officiated today at the dedication here of the new $20,000 Baptist church. Twelve societies from surrounding towns came to help in the celebration. The Rev. W. J. Mahoney, C. D. Grizze and D. B. Jolly took part in the speaking at the dedicatory service.” Courier-Journal, November 1, 1909
“The new Fairgrounds at Melbourne, Ky., recently erected by the Newport Driving and Fair Association, have been completed and are now open.  Many owners of fine horses are already taking advantage of the track for their trotters.  The new grand stand is under way and will be completed in a short time.” from the Maysville Public Ledger, June 4, 1909 An account of the Melbourne Sunday school picnic, featuring the Foster Cornet Band, and  is here.
The Rev. Ryan's History of SS. Peter and Paul, near California, is here. The Rev. Paul Ryan's History of St. Philip's Church in Melbourne is here. The Rev. Paul Ryan's History of the Sisters of Divine Providence is here.

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