Louisville

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Louisville is named for the King Loius

 

Created:  February 15, 1892

 

Falls City Construction Company

 

Falls City Construction Company of Louisville constructed many courthouses across the United State.

Florida

Manatee County

Georgia

Appling County / Ben Hill County / Chattooga County / Irwin County / Stephens County / Warren County

Illinois

Pulaski County

Kentucky

Boyd County / Bracken County / Calloway County / Carter County Mercer County / Shelby County / Wolfe County

Louisiana

Beauregard Parish / Morehouse Parish

Mississippi

Quitman County 

Missouri

Scotland County

Nebraska

Dawson County

North Carolina

Anson County / Cleveland County / Davie County Mitchell County / Swain County.

Oklahoma

Love County

Texas

Carson CountyDeaf Smith County / Jeff Davis County / Kinney County / Pecos County / Rains County / San Saba County

Virginia

Bath County / Tazewell County

 

H P McDonald & Brothers of Louisville

H P McDonald & Brothers of Louisville, Kentucky, designed many courthouses across the United States.

Indiana

Harry, Kenneth and Roy McDonald of Louisville, Kentucky designed courthouses in Indiana in Gibson County and Washington County.

 

Illinois

Lawrence County

 

Kentucky

Adair County / Boone County / Carroll County / Casey County / Graves County Henry County / Hickman County / Livingston County / Pike County /  Simpson County / Trimble County

Owen County ( jail ).

 

M T Lewman and Company

M T Lewman and Company of Louisville, Kentucky, constructed many courthouses across the United States.

 

Alabama

Autauga County, Coffee County and Monroe County

Georgia

Dodge CountyFranklin County and Jeff Davis County

Kentucky

Graves County 

Louisiana

Assumption ParishPointe Coupee Parish, Tensas Parish and West Feliciana Parish

Mississippi

Lamar County, Lee County and Prentiss County