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The town of Shelbyville was established in October 1792 at the first meeting of the Shelby County Court after local landowner William Shannon agreed to lay off 50 acres (20 ha) of his property for the community and provide 1 acre free for public buildings.
The agricultural town was located on the west bank of Clear Creek at its confluence with Mulberry Creek and near a route between Louisville and Frankfort. James College after the Civil War, and closed in 1871, replaced by a public elementary school.
Burnett began furiously scolding him for endangering the lives of innocent townspeople including Martin's own wife and children.
Following the raid, the trustees required all white male residents over the age of 18 to serve as police guards, erecting a blockhouse at Fifth and Main in front of the courthouse to serve as a headquarters.
Dave Martin attacked the Shelby County Courthouse, attempting to seize its cache of muskets. A black man named Owen was also killed in the exchange, having been forced to hold the guerillas' horses for them.
Martin himself missed the gunfight, as he was held up outside the jail behind the courthouse when the jailer's wife Mrs.
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After the Louisville and Frankfort Railroad was constructed near the road in present-day Cherokee Gardens in 1849, the turnpike company rerouted and constructed a new road nearby (originally known as the "Shelbyville Branch", now Lexington Avenue in Louisville) which was completed in 1851.