New Haven, Kentucky
New Haven is a Nelson county city on the Rolling Fork of the Salt River about 13 miles southwest of Bardstown. It began as Pottinger's Landing in 1781 and was named New Haven by Colonel Samuel Pottinger after the town in Connecticut.
New Haven was incorporated in 1839.
The New Haven the post office opened in 1832.
The population in 2010 was 855.
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