private property not far from the Blue Licks Battlefield. A historical marker is nearby on US 68.
Battle of Blue Licks. For the Americans it was pretty much a debacle. Wikipedia states, "It was the worst defeat for the Kentuckians during the frontier war."
- Colonel-Commandant John Todd was killed
- 1 of the 2 Lieutenant-Colonels was killed: Stephen Trigg (D. Boone survived, but he lost a son)
- 2 of the 4 Majors were killed or died of wounds
- 6 of 10 Captains were killed or captured
- 5 of 5 Lieutenants were killed
- the Kentuckians suffered a total of 72 killed and 11 captured compared to the British/Native American force's totals of 7 killed and 10 wounded
Burial monument for the "Martyrs of the last battle of the Revolution . . ."
The monument for the battle located at the entrance of the park.
Johnson Creek Covered Bridge in Robertson County.
Johnson Creek Covered Bridge is one of only 13 remaining covered bridges in Kentucky. A good many were destroyed during the Civil War.