De Mossville

A station on the Kentucky Central railway, 14 miles from Falmouth, the county seat, and 100 miles from Louisville. The village is situated on the Licking river, in the northeastern part of Pendleton county. It was first settled in 1851, and incorporated in 1861. Population 60. Tobacco, corn, hogs, cattle and produce are shipped from here. Adams express and daily mail. J.F. Mann, postmaster.

Business Directory

Anderson, R.M.
Boyer, J., shoemaker.
Cahill, James, cooper.
Delaney, C.C.
Fromey, H.
Huffman, A., shoemaker.
McGill, A.B., Physician.
Mann, J.F., cigar maker.
Moore, Rev. J.P., (christian).
Ricken, H., tailor.
Shaw, T.J., General Store.
Stephens, J.M., general store.
Thrasher, Aaron, general store.
Vanlandingham, D., hotel.


From the Kentucky State Gazetteer and Business Directory, published in 1876-77 by R. L. Polk in Louisville. Items in bold were bolded in the original