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Allen County,
Kentucky

 


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County Courthouse
PO Box 115
Scottsville, KY 42164-0115
Phone: (270)237-3631
Fax: (270)237-9155
Website: http://www.allencountykentucky.com
 

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HISTORY

     ALLEN COUNTY  named for Colonel John Allen, who was killed at the Battle of Frenchtown, Michigan during the War of 1812. Allen County is a prohibition or completely dry county. It was formed in 1815 from parts of Barren and Warren counties.
     Evangelist Mordecai Ham was born on a farm in Allen County in 1877.

CITIES AND TOWNS:
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Adolphus
* Amos
* Halifax
* Halfway
* Holland
* New Roe
* Petroleum
* Scottsville

Adjacent counties:

1. Warren County - northwest
2. Barren County - northeast
3. Monroe County - east
4. Macon County, Tennessee - southeast
5. Sumner County, Tennessee - southwest
6. Simpson County - west

County Seat: Scottsville
Year Organized: 1815
Square Miles: 344.34
Size of Board: 6
 

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