|Locust Creek [?]||18 men|
|Forks of the Licking [Falmouth]||12 men|
|Big Bone Lick||18 men|
|Tanner's Station [Petersburg]||5 men|
|Drennon's Lick [opposite Owen Co.]||10 men|
|Mouth of Kentucky [Carrollton]||9 men|
Excerpted from Humphrey Marshall's 1812 History of Kentucky. Maddingly, Marshall notes that these listings were “besides similar distributions at many other places.” We are not clear whether the Locust Creek cited was the one in Bracken or Carroll County, or even some third Locust creek outside the NKYViews area.