Many famous people are associated with these Lexington County historic places including Robert E. Lee, Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson, John Jordan, Samuel McDowell Reid and J.T.L. Preston.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Lexington County places including A.J. Davis, John Jordan, Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, Alexander Jackson Davis, William G. McDowell, William Lawrence Bottomley, Thomas Ustick Walter, Bogher,E.N.;Jones,R;Poindexter,Irk, John Fulton Tompkins and Carl (organ) the Moores; Barckhoff. Prominent architectural styles found in Lexington Country are Gothic Revival, Federal and Greek Revival.