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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Place of Birth
Title Alternate label Class
Whitaker, William Place of birth Person
Duncan, James W. Place of birth Person
unknown, Aaron [9] Place of birth Person
Duncan, John [1] Place of birth Person
Johnson, Ned Place of birth Person
Whitaker, Mark Place of birth Person
Coleman, Joe Place of birth Person
Whitaker, Thomas Place of birth Person
Title Alternate label Class
Willis, Agnes Elizabeth Life event(s) Person
Graves, Thomas Conn Life event(s) Person
Kirtley, Milton Life event(s) Person
Porter, Ephraim Life event(s) Person
White, Nancy Life event(s) Person
Smith, John D. Life event(s) Person
Rogers, Barnett Life event(s) Person
Yates, John Marshall Life event(s) Person
Sebree, Uriel Life event(s) Person
Place of Death
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Parrish, Edmund Hockaday Place of death Person
Earley, Joseph Place of death Person
Finnell, Benjamin W. Place of death Person
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Georgetown (Ky.) Parent division/institution Location
Death Event
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Terrill, Nancy M. Death and burial information Person