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Welcome to CASEY COUNTY Kentucky
Genealogy and History

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Casey County was formed in 1807 from Lincoln County.
Named for Colonel William Casey.
Located in the Pennyrile and Outer Bluegrass regions of the state.
It is the only county in Kentucky entirely located in the Knobs Region.

Liberty is the County Seat.
Liberty was established in 1806, becoming the seat in 1808.
The Liberty post office opened in 1814.

Cities and Towns

Clementsville, Dunnville, Liberty, Middleburg,
Phil, Teddy, Walltown, ,Yosemite

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Boyle County (north)
Lincoln County (northeast)
Pulaski County (southeast)
Russell County (south)
Adair County (southwest)
Taylor County (west)
Marion County (northwest)

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