Laughery Island

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Coordinates: 38°59′37.32″N 84°50′25.80″W / 38.9937000°N 84.8405000°W / 38.9937000; -84.8405000

Laughery Island, also called Laughery's Island, is a privately owned alluvial island in the Ohio River in Boone County, Kentucky. The island is named after Archibald Lochry, the leader of an ill-fated group of Pennsylvania militiamen who were attacked near the island by Native Americans in 1781 during the American Revolutionary War, a battle known as Lochry's Defeat.

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