Fayette County (Ky.)


Fayette County (Ky.)
The county is located in west central Kentucky, and the county seat is Lexington. It was named for the famed Revolutionary War hero the Marquis de LaFayette.
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USGS GNIS ID: 516880
U.S. Census code: 99067
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Lexington (Ky.) Location
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1791 - Fayette Co., Vanishing Tom Event
1795 - Fayette Co., Andrew Absconds Event
1795 - Fayette Co., Billey and Ned race to freedom Event
1795 - Fayette Co., Nan slips away Event
1796 - Fayette Co., Charles breaks free Event
1796 - Fayette Co., Long-gone Jess Event
1797 - Fayette Co., Armed and ready for freedom Event
1797 - Fayette Co., Artful Isaac absconds Event
1797 - Fayette Co., Bold John Event
1797 - Fayette Co., Disappearance of Nat Event
1798 - Fayette Co., Enslaver warns against aid Event
1798 - Fayette Co., George Linn signs his freedom pass Event
1798 - Fayette Co., Mr. Kerby's second self-emancipation Event
1798 - Fayette Co., Sam's second chance Event
1799 - Central Region, Captured in Western Territory Event
1799 - Fayette Co., A search for Sharp Moses Event
1799 - Fayette Co., Dick and Molly flee enslavement Event
1799 - Fayette Co., Nelly's self-liberation Event
1799 - Fayette Co., Salley's chance for freedom Event
1800 - Fayette Co., The disappearance of George and his family Event
1801 - Fayette Co., A woman's flight Event
1801 - Fayette Co., Daniel's escape Event
1803 - Fayette Co., Billey heads to Philly Event
1803 - Fayette Co., Talkative Tom escapes Event