Felix Grundy Stidger was a spy for the Union Army from April, 1864 thru the end of the Civil War. His story was all but lost until 2006. He was personally responsible for the arrest of 100 treason conspirators who were trying to bring the war as far north as Indiana and Chicago, thereby helping to extend the war. The log cabin were he was born still stands in Taylorsville, Ky. and we want to return it to it's original condition and also use a building across the street for a museum to showcase Stidger's story and all the local history such as the capture of the outlaw Quantrell, and the burning of the Spencer co. court house during the war, just to name a few. The house has been put on the National Register of Historic Places. It is said that 40% of the Civil War places of interest are gone. We would like to save this one. In 1903 Mr. Stidger wrote a book of his life as a spy. He pasted away in 1908.