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Property Name Stidger, Felix Grund, House
Reference Number 16000014
State Kentucky
County Spencer
Town Taylorsville
Street Address 102 Garrard Street
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 2/11/2016
Areas of Significance Military
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The Felix Grundy Stidger House (SPT-27) in Taylorsville, seat of Spencer County, Kentucky, meets National Register Criterion B, for its association with an important individual, Felix Grundy Stidger (1836-1908). The house is significant in the Area of the United States Military. He was employed by the Union Army to engage in espionage. His significance is evaluated within the historic context "Spying in the United States Civil War, 1861-1865."

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