The Bedford Christian Parsonage, 1955
The five nice line drawings above are from the pen of Walter Kiser.
Slave Cabins from the Preston Place
Oldest House in Trimble?
From a Facebook post by Bob Boyd
From a Facebook post by Gwen Holbrook
A sale at Norfolk farm, owned by the Prestons, contained antiques that
belonged to Marie Antoinette? That's what it says here.
Home of Archibald and Nancy Gatewood Bain (1821-1873) and
Archibald Spillman and Margaret Spillman (1942-1961), Bedford
Home of Circuit Rider Rev. William Wood
on Kings Ridge Road
From a Facebook post by Charlie Carlino
Starks Property near Bedford
|Donna Stark tells us: “The log cabin that you have listed as Starks was ours. My grandfather and grandmother Daniel Hebron and Lucy Alice Lee Stark lived there. My daddy and his brothers and sisters were born there. The log cabin was built before Strother James Stark came to Bedford from Hardin Co. (Confederate Soldier) but he built a larger room on the lower side (south). To my sorrow, when my mother died our family sold the farm and the log house was sold for the logs by the buyer.” Thanks for the update, Donna.|
Alexander and Martha Murphy Cook Home, 1918
|There are a bunch of Trimble County Houses on the National Register of Historic Places. Each will have descriptions, a map, and photos. Each is a pdf.|
|Bates House||Coleman House||Hancock House||House on KY 1492|
|House Tm-B-7||House Tm-M-27||House Tm-M-28||Humphrey Place|
|Neal House||Page-Bell House||Peak House||Preston House|
|Rowlett House||Trout House||W.W. Logan House||Wm. L. Coleman House|
The Hunters Bottom Historic District's description, which has details of
many of its antebellum homes, is here. (pdf)