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Grants Lick (Campbell County, KY) - Genealogy
Current day photo of Grants Lick, the Baker farm in foreground and the school at the top of the picture looking west. Submitted by Buck Seibert April 16, Salt water was found by Samuel Bryan in early in the area now known as Grants Lick. The natural salt water there attracted deer, and they came in droves to lick salt. Hence the name Grants Lick. The salt water which had its outlet into Phillips Creek nearby killed many fish in the creek.
Grants Lick, Kentucky
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Historical Marker in Grant's Lick commemorates this Campbell County community's settlement and founding. In , salt water was discovered in the area by Samuel Bryan, who was a nephew of Daniel Boone. John Grant, also a nephew of the famous frontiersman, owned the land on which the salt water was found and created a profitable business around the mining of salt.