Nelson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Kentucky. As of the 2010
census, the population was 43,437. Its county seat is Bardstown. Nelson County
Provides information and contacts for the Fiscal Court and county departments.
Includes photographs and downloadable forms, documents and maps.
Provides visitor information on area attractions, lodging, events, golf, dining,
shopping, and related links by the Bardstown-Nelson County Tourist Commission
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This website contains information regarding property located in Nelson County,
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Nelson County was formed from the territory known as Jefferson County in 1785.
In 1792 Kentucky became a state and from the original territory that was Nelson ...
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When the earliest settlers arrived, Kentucky was still a territory of Virginia, and
Nelson County, formed in 1785, included the present Washington, Marion, and ...
Nelson County, Kentucky. Historical Background. Nelson County, Kentucky was
formed in 1784 from Jefferson County and was named for one of the signers of ...
Nelson County, Kentucky Facts. When was Nelson County, KY Created? Nelson
County was created on November 29, 1784 from Jefferson County. Currently ...