Service Area Madisonville, Indiana

Madisonville, Indiana

Madisonville was named after then Secretary of State James Madison. Madisonville was founded in 1807 and was fully incorporated in 1810. Although Madisonville was in the state of Kentucky which was considered a Union state the residents were sympathetic to the confederates.

Madisonville is in Hopkins County which is south of Evansville, Indiana. Madisonville and Hopkins County were divided by the Civil War in which many in Hopkins County joined the Confederate army even though Kentucky was a Union state.

Farming was the major industry for most of the 1800’s until coal was discovered in 1837 and the first coal mine was opened in 1869. Only in 1870 did Madisonville become a rail hub with the railroad pushing southward through Madisonville towards Henderson and Nashville. Only then did the coal industry take off as a major industry through the 1900s. Until the 1960s when the service industries and manufacturing took over.

The New Kruckemeyer and Cohn Jewelry Company is located just 100 miles north of Madisonville. Since we have been around for over 100 years, our service area includes Madisonville and the surrounding areas. Come see our wide selection of jewelry from diamond earrings to ankle bracelets. We have it all.

Come check out our wide variety of engagement rings.  K&C offers a spacious store which something for everyone. Even your kids have a play area just for them, so you can browse our jewelry while having a cup of fresh brewed coffee.

At Kruckemeyer & Cohn we offer you the option to design your own jewelry. Imagine having a totally original engagement ring. How would she feel when you present her with a custom made ring?  You decide which design, which stones and of course which metal. Our professional staff will work with you until your piece come out just right.

That is why Kruckemeyer & Cohn is your lifetime jeweler in Evansville, Indiana

 

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