About Frankfort, KY From the Web…
“The site that was to become Frankfort was one of several fords on the Kentucky River, and was on one of the great buffalo trails that served settlers as early highways. The first English explorers began visiting what is now the Frankfort area in the early 1750s; and evidently the name Frankfort is a shortening of “Frank’s Ford,” after Stephen Frank, a settler who was killed at or near the site in Indian skirmish in 1780.”
“Frankfort is a city in Kentucky that serves as the state capital and the county seat of Franklin County. The population was 27,741 at the 2000 census; by population it is the 5th smallest state capital in the United States.”
We serve the following cities:
Frankfort, Lawrenceburg, Georgetown, Shelbyville, Lexington-Fayette, Nicholasville, Paris, Jeffersontown, Danville, Fern Creek, Lyndon, Winchester, Highview, Bardstown, Saint Matthews, and Newburg.
We serve the following counties:
Franklin, Henry, Owen, Scott, Woodford, Anderson, and Shelby.