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The Clark County Court House is a Greek Revival courthouse in downtown Winchester, Kentucky, United States. Built in 1853, it is the fourth building on this site, and still houses the Circuit Courtroom and Family Courtroom for the Administrative Office of the Courts.
He began work in 1832 in association with Thomas Lewinski, an English-born gentlemen who had acquired a large library and among his books were the published designs of Alexander Davis of New York, and the plan books of A. J. Jennings. Young McMurtry studied these, gleaning ideas which proved helpful to him in later years. He is credited with the design of three mansion-type houses in Lexington Loudon Gothic type, built about 1850, "Ingleside" dating from 1852 and considered his most important achievement, and "Lyndhurst," designed in 1861.