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The Doup cemetery, at 2700 Bardstown Road, was incorporated in 1812. Six years later, John H. Sils platted the Sils Addition on a section of land which once had belonged to Daniel Doup, bounded roughly by Bardstown Road, Dundee Road, Page Avenue and Wrocklage Avenue. — “Belknap, Louisville - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
KY 155's history is relatively lengthy, the intersection with Bardstown Road (once called the Bardstown Turnpike) was originally known as Doup's Point, the home of a major Louisville family. from the Bardstown Turnpike near Doup's Point to Taylorsville, by way. — “Kentucky Route 155 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
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