Scott County (Ky.)


Scott County (Ky.)
Located in northern Kentucky, the county is 20 miles north of Lexington, and the county seat is Georgetown. The county was named for Revolutionary War General Charles Scott (1739-1813), who served as Kentucky's fourth Governor from 1808 to 1812.
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USGS GNIS ID: 516951
U.S. Census code: 99209
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Items with "Death and burial information: Scott County (Ky.)"
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Terrill, Nancy M. Person
Items with "Parent division/institution: Scott County (Ky.)"
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Georgetown (Ky.) Location
Items with "Location: Scott County (Ky.)"
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1793 - Scott Co., Storytelling Jeffrey Event
1796 - Scott Co., the escape of "Smiling Moses" Event
1797 - Scott Co., A sensible family escapes Event
1799 - Central Region, Captured in Western Territory Event
1799 - Scott Co., Independence Day escape Event
1806 - Scott Co., Peter evades capture, with a little help Event
1807 - Boyd Co., A Christmas escape Event
1808 - Scott Co., Freedom seeker goes unnamed Event
1809 - Scott Co., Escape of Ned the Fifer Event
1812 - Scott Co., A persistent enslaver Event
1817 - Scott Co., Soft-spoken George Event
1819 - Scott Co., Escape of John Event
1819 - Scott Co., Levy takes his leave Event
1822 - Scott Co., A springtime escape Event
1839 - Scott Co., Large reward offered Event
Items with "Life event(s): Scott County (Ky.)"
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Graves, Thomas Conn Person
Kirtley, Milton Person
Porter, Ephraim Person
Rogers, Barnett Person
Sebree, Uriel Person
Smith, John D. Person
White, Nancy Person
Willis, Agnes Elizabeth Person