Volunteers Jack Wright, left, of Warsaw and Gail Combs of Versailles sifted for artifacts from an archaeological site in southern  Woodford County. The area is thought to be the early 19th-century site of Revolutionary War hero Jack Jouett's mill and distillery.
Volunteers Jack Wright, left, of Warsaw and Gail Combs of Versailles sifted for artifacts from an archaeological site in southern Woodford County. The area is thought to be the early 19th-century site of Revolutionary War hero Jack Jouett's mill and distillery. Lexington Herald-Leader
Volunteers Jack Wright, left, of Warsaw and Gail Combs of Versailles sifted for artifacts from an archaeological site in southern Woodford County. The area is thought to be the early 19th-century site of Revolutionary War hero Jack Jouett's mill and distillery. Lexington Herald-Leader

Archaeological diggers in Woodford search for clues to life of Jack Jouett, 'Paul Revere of the South'

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