Welcome to Simpson County, KY
History and Genealogy
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Its county seat is Franklin. The county is named for
Captain John Simpson, a Kentucky militia officer who fought
in Battle of Fallen Timbers in the Northwest Indian War, and
was killed in the Battle of River Raisin during the War of
Cities and Towns
* Franklin * Gold City * Middleton * Prices Mill * Providence * Salmons
M. M. Herrington & James D. Jeffries Bios;
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