Daviess County

Daviess County is the name of several counties in the United States (all named for Joseph Hamilton Daveiss):

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Daviess County Public Schools
... Daviess County Public Schools is a school district that manages the public schools in Daviess County, Kentucky, USA However within the city limits Owensboro Public ...
Thompson And Powell Martyrs Monument
... one of only three locations of the NRHP in Daviess County, Kentucky that is not in Owensboro, Kentucky ... They were originally held in Daviess County, but were taken to Henderson by Federal troops to be killed ... The Confederate Monument in Owensboro is the only other monument on the list in Daviess County ...
Thomas B. Marsh - Dissatisfaction With The Church
... and other former leaders (who were known as the "dissenters") continued to live in the county ... Within a week the dissenters had fled the county ... According to his sworn testimony, Marsh claimed that a Mormon invasion of Daviess County and the subsequent looting and burning of non-Mormon settlements, including Gallatin, the county seat, were the acts that ...

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