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Mason County, 1889
red lines are proposed railroads
Mason County, 1935
red lines are roads, 
black lines are railroads
1940 Map of
Magisterial Districts

Rennick Map

Robert Rennick drew this map locating many of the places that had post offices at one time or another.

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Maps in this section are from An Illustrated Atlas of Mason County, Kentucky, published
by Lake, Griffing and Stevenson in Philadelphia, 1876. 

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Helena Fern Leaf Precinct Germantown Precinct

 

1876 Mason County Map

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Orangeburg Precinct, town map, and business listing, 1876

 

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Murphysville Precinct, town map, and business listing, 1876

 

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Lower Maysville Precinct Upper Maysville Precinct Maysville Wards East of Maysville

 

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First Ward 2nd & 3rd Wards Fourth Ward Fifth Ward

 

Maysville

Maysville and Dover

 

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Washington Precinct Washington Minerva Minerva Business Listing, 1876

 

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Mays Lick Mayslick businesses, 1876 Lewisburg Lewisburg business listing, 1876

 

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Sardis Precinct, town map, and business listing, 1876

 

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Dover town map and business listing, and precinct map, 1876

 

MAson County, Ky map

Mason County, c. 1880

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This section is a set of 7.5 topographical maps covering all of Mason County from the 1950's.
Higginsport Russellville  
Dover (1952) Very small tip (1961)  
     
Germantown Maysville Maysville
Germantown (1952) Maysville West (1952) Maysville East (1952)
     
Sardis Mays Lick Orangeburg
Sardis (1952) Mayslick (1952) Orangeburg (1952)
     
Cowan Elizaville Flemingsburg
Southwestern tip Helena (1952) Southeastern tip (1951)

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Maysville Sanborn
This exceptionally detailed map of Maysville from 1886 is a Sanborn Fire Map, originally created to assist insurance companies to assess risk for underwriting fire insurance, hence “fire maps.” We've downloaded this single page from the Library of Congress' site for Sanborns. This map is one of nine in the set from 1886. They also have a set from 1890 (13 maps) and a set from 1895 (15 maps).

 

Route 69

Highway 68, “the historic highway,” here.

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