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The Marion County Distillery
1866: The distillery was built by J G Mattingly. It was located at 3105 Rudd Ave in Louisville.
1887: On December 7, the plant was sold to Wm Patterson. By the end of the following year, he was producing 5,000 barrels per annum.
1892: Insurance underwriter records note that the distillery was built of brick. The property included four warehouses, all brick with metal or slate roofs:
1905: The plant was acquired by the Trust, who operated it until Prohibition. It was razed in 1924 (history from Cecil, 1999).
The Marion County Distillery provided product that was sold under the following aliases: Internal Revenue recorded warehouse transactions for The Marion County Distillery as follows:
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The Marion County Distillery provided product that was sold under the following aliases:
Internal Revenue recorded warehouse transactions for The Marion County Distillery as follows:
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