WWHATWASDAVIDLEITCH'SCLAIM TOFAME?Answer: He was one of the largestlandholders in 18th century Kentucky, owninghundreds of thousands of acres, all over theCommonwealth, including 13,700 acres whereLeitchfield now stands, and 15,250,000 acreson Short Creek, Rough Creek, and Nolin.He owned 9% of the total acreage in GraysonCounty Buy the book from the GraysonCounty Historical SocietyBook Available at The Grayson County Historic Society

Date: March 11, 2017

Expired Ad

This ad expired on
April 10, 2017 (15 days ago)
more_vert

Grayson County Humane Society

Pets and Animals / Animal Shelters

Call
Call 270-230-8839
Directions
Get directions to this
location on Google Maps.
Website
Open website
in new tab.

Text

WWHAT WAS DAVID LEITCH'S CLAIM TO FAME? Answer: He was one of the largest landholders in 18th century Kentucky, owning hundreds of thousands of acres, all over the Commonwealth, including 13,700 acres where Leitchfield now stands, and 15,250,000 acres on Short Creek, Rough Creek, and Nolin. He owned 9% of the total acreage in Grayson County Buy the book from the Grayson County Historical Society Book Available at The Grayson County Historic Society