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Fayette County
Kentucky

Politicians who died in Fayette County

  Fayette County (no city given): William Russell, 1825 — Samuel South, 1832 — J. Embry Allen, 1919 — J. Thaxter Sims, 1978 — Jack Trevey, 1990
  Near East Hickman: Alexander Keith Marshall, 1884
  Lexington:
 
  Lexington, 1700-1799: George Nicholas, 1799
  Lexington, 1800-1899: John Brown, 1837 — John Fowler, 1840 — William Grayson Carter, 1849 — Benjamin Johnson, 1849 — John T. Johnson, 1856 — Aylette Buckner, 1869 — John C. Breckinridge, 1875 — W. Cassius Goodloe, 1889
  Lexington, 1900-1999: William C. P. Breckinridge, 1904 — Milton Jameson Durham, 1911 — Henry Clay McDowell, 1933 — Robert Blackburn, 1935 — Desha Breckinridge, 1935 — Alexander Hamilton Hargis, 1943 — R. M. Bagby, 1955 — Samuel H. Caddy, 1959 — Frazer D. LeBus, 1962 — William Abner Stanfill, 1971 — John C. Watts, 1971 — John B. Breckinridge, 1979 — Carl D. Perkins, 1984 — Annabelle Lane Vincent, 1984 — W. Howes Meade, 1986 — Edwin R. Denney, 1986 — Scott Elgin Reed, 1994 — Samuel Murray Rosenstein, 1995 — Frank D. Peterson, 1996 — Afton McHenry Smith, 1999 — Bernard T. Moynahan, Jr., 1999
  Lexington, 2000-2021: Wallace G. Wilkinson, 2002 — Edward T. Breathitt, 2003 — William R. Vincent, 2003 — Cecil Carlton Sanders, 2007 — Karl Spillman Forester, 2014
  Near Lexington: John Breckinridge, 1806 — Humphrey Marshall, 1841 — Thomas H. Clay, 1871
   See also Kentucky deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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