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Commemorating 155 Years - Boyle County Courthouse

Boyle County was the 94th county to be formed in Kentucky and is located in the Bluegrass Area of central Kentucky. It was formed from Lincoln and Mercer Counties in 1842. Boyle County is home to the very first courthouse in Kentucky, established in 1834.

The county is named after the renowned Judge John Boyle (1774-1834), who served in the Kentucky legislation (1800), Kentucky’s 2nd District in the United States House of Representatives (1803-1809), Chief Justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals (1810-1826) and was then appointed by President John Quincy Adams as a United States Judge for the District of Kentucky where he presided until his death in February of 1834.




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