(and a poem)
Court House, Falmouth, Ky.
right is 1915
Court Day, circa 1912
|Pendleton County Court House
The Court House was built in 1848, and
remodeled in 1884 (when they added the Clerk's Office, and the bell and clock tower) and again in 1975 (when they sandblasted it and added a section on the back). This image is March 30, 1941
|Pendleton County Court House,1940
“ to Mrs. L. Cram, R.R.5, Falmouth, KY
Dear Mrs. Cram, Mother would like to have 2 or 3 settings of eggs when ever you have them. Come down spend day with me, is it hot enough for you? It's getting the best of me. How is your chicks? We are having lots of fryers. Love, Anna ”
The original court house in Pendleton County was a stone structure built in 1798, and was replaced by the building seen in the above views.
The 1949 Fiscal Court Members
Bottom Row L-R, Lawrence Moore,Ed Kidwell, Bob Thompson, County Judge Earl Cummins, Mager Bishop
Top Row L-R, Thurman Anderson, Wreford McNay, Harry S. Bowen, Chester Wells, Sherman Allender.
Thanks to Brian Gregg for this one.
|1969 Falmouth Fire Truck||
“Falmouth's New City Hall, Fire Truck”
|There was tax payer revolt in 1877. Seems like citizens thought the government was doing too much self serving. Details here.||“Falmouth is erecting a work-house on the Public square north of the court-house, and will hereafter utilize criminal labor in the way of working streets and breaking rock.” Courier-Journal. May 19, 1872|
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