This historical marker describes the establishment of Bullitt County in 1796. It is located in Shepherdsville on the Court House lawn. The marker is shown below, and beneath it is a transcription of its contents.
Description: For Alexander Scott Bullitt, a leader in the political formation of Kentucky. Member conventions, 1788, seeking statehood and, 1792, drafting first Ky. Constitution. President Ky. Senate, 1792-99, and second constitutional convention, 1799. Elected first Lieut. Gov. of Ky., 1800-04, then re-elected to Senate, one term. Born in Va., 1762, came Ky., 1783, died, 1816.
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