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Little Georgetown, Kentucky
Little Georgetown, Kentucky

Little Georgetown was a western Fayette county community on Parkers Mill Road. It originated in the nineteenth century after the Civil War on land that had been part of a farm belonging to George Waltz. The community may be named for him or for the once enslaved George Washington who subdivided some land he owned there in 1877. It once had a school and about 90 residents, but it was lost when Blue Grass Airport expanded.

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