Welcome to Greenup County, KY
History and Genealogy
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Greenup County was formed from Mason County
on December 12, 1803.
It was came from Mason County which covered the majority of
eastern Kentucky at the time. It was named in the honor of
Christopher Greenup (1750-1818), Kentucky's first
Congressman, third Governor of Kentucky and clerk of the
Cities and Towns
County Seat is Greenup.
Bellefonte -- Flatwoods
-- Greenup -- Raceland
Russell -- South Shore -- Worthington -- Wurtland
BENNETT'S MILL COVERED BRIDGE
Is one of Kentucky's longest wooden, single span,
GREENUP PUBLIC LIBRARY
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