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Lyon County Schools

Fungo School

Lyon County's last remaining one room schoolhouse still on the original site
Photo by Ken Gilkey - 2005

Photo and information submitted by Ken & Peggy Gilkey



The following is a list of Lyon Co. Schools and
the number of students attending each.


Year of 1885

Anderson .......... 46 males ......... 42 females
Brandon Chapel ....... 35 males......... 26 females
Bethlehem .......35 males ...... 29 females
Bruce ........12 males ..... 20 females
Cedar Grove .......... 56 males ........ 54 females
Chestnut Oak ......... 33 males ......... 28 females
Dewy or Fowlers ....... 33 males .......27 females
Enterprise ..........45 males .........34 females
Friendship ..........42 males .........33 females
Fungo ............ 28 males .........16 females
Fairview ............44 males .......45 females
Glenns Chapel ......... 28 males ........... 37 females
Hubbard ......... 36 males ...........43 females
Hebron ............ 37 males.......... 39 females
Hickory Chapel ..........19 males .......... 35 females
Kuttawa .......... 80 males ..........102 females
Lamasco .......... 51 males .......... 54 females
Liberty .......... 47 males .......... 33 females
Moulton .......... 35 males .......... 21 females
Oak Grove .......... 50 males .......... 31 females
Poplar Creek .......... 38 males .......... 33 females
Rolling Mill .......... 35 males .......... 39 females
Saratoga .......... 38 males .......... 28 females
Shelby ............ 27 males .......... 32 females
Yale ............ 43 males ............ 38 females


Year of 1891

Eddyville.......... 90 males............101 females

Year 1895

Branden Chapel ........... 51 males............44 females
Saratoga............47 males............46 females
Sardis..............44 males............28 females
Woodson............51 males............44 females

Year of 1897

Spring Creek............34 males.............31 females




Information from
One Century of Lyon County History
by Seniors 1964
Lyon County High School, Eddyville, Kentucky




Page by Peggy Gilkey