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Re: Townships/communities turn of the 19th century
Posted by: Keith Nuttle (ID *****2167) Date: September 18, 2012 at 15:39:05
In Reply to: Townships/communities turn of the 19th century by Sherry Martin of 337

The answer is there is a small town in Fulton Co called Miller.

https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Fulton_County,_Kentucky

http://www.roadsidethoughts.com/ky/miller-xx-fulton-profile.htm

Google Earth shows it as a place on KY 94 west of Hickman where KY 94 meets KY 1282 .

While these over rate the size of the community, I suspect that Miller was at one time a Church or school. I know the Salem Community in Hickman Co. was the area around the Salem Church. It may have been a railroad station as it is on the railroad, where KY 94 and KY 1282 meet the railroad.

You may wish to contact the Fulton Co historical society and ask them.


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