Elizaville is a Fleming county community about three miles west of Flemingsburg on Mud Lick Creek. Settlement began about 1798 and the town was laid out in 1819. It was named for Eliza Cochran, daughter of one of the first settlers. It was chartered in 1835. The Elizaville post office opened in 1819. The population of the Elizaville census designated place was 181 in 2010.
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