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Flemingsburg, Kentucky
Flemingsburg, Kentucky

Flemingsburg, the seat of Fleming county, is located northwest of the center of the county on the Town Branch of Fleming Creek. It was founded by George P. Stockton in 1796 and named for his half-brother Colonel John Fleming. Flemingsburg was incorporated in 1812. The Fleming Court House post office opened in 1801. The population in 2010 was 2,658.

Fleming County Courthouse

The Fleming County Courthouse, the third at the site, was built in 1952.

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