White Sulphur, Kentucky
White Sulphur is a southern Scott county community at the junction of Ironworks Pike and the Frankfort-Georgetown Road (US 460) about eight miles west of Georgetown. It was established in 1786 by settlers from Maryland and once included a post office, tavern, and a resort at the nearby springs which gave the town its name. A Tarlton post office opened in 1837, was renamed White Sulphur in 1838, and closed in 1902.
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