|A Pretty House, Falmouth
503 Maple Street
|Residence of Mrs. Bullock,
Shelby Avenue, 1911
|J. E. Fossett residence
from a Facebook post by Denny Lipscombe
|Home of J. King, c. WWI|
|Ryan Shields tells us this is Maple
Avenue; across from present day St.
Elizabeth Alcohol & Drug Treatment Center.
|A Pretty Home
The four above are all c. 1910
The McKinzie House
from a Facebook post by Greg Justice
|There are a bunch of Falmouth houses on the National Register of Historic Places. Here they are, each is a pdf, each has a history of the house, pictures, and usually a floor plan.|
|Leslie Applegate House||Ella Bishop House||Charity Southgate House||N. B. Chipman House|
|Elzey Hughes House||George Jameson House||Kellum House|
|Melvin McBride House||Abdelah Watson House||Frederick Reed House||Seaman Sisters Home|
|Sheehan House||Southgate House|
|A Choice Home
|Home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Foyer
|A Pretty Home in Falmouth
on Maple Avenue
|Two Falmouth Ladies and Old Glory, April 15, 1919||Charity Southgate
From a Facebook post by the Pendleton County Public Library
left, Lake View Inn, at the end of Shelby Street is the fourth building down on the left.
It served as a bus stop, a hotel, and a venue for dances. It burned down in 1928.
Bird's Eye View of Falmouth
to Mr. Russell Broyles, Farmington, Arkansas, October 16, 1946
“This town - county seat of Pendleton County - claims to have 2000 people, and it
seems that land values are going up rapidly. Some, perhaps, may think it may
become another metropolis, as it is only 125 years old. E.C.R.”
This item from the Lexington's Kentucky Gazette is advertising lots to be sold at auction in Falmouth. On July 22, 1795. 1795!
Census of Northern Kentucky's Paupers in Almshouses, 1910, here.