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Phone Numbers with the (270) 220- Prefix

Area code:270 area code
Usage:Landline Numbers
Carrier:Alec, LLC - KY
Timezone:Eastern / Central
Current time:3:06am / 2:06am
All Cities Served:Hopkinsville, KY
All Counties Served:Christian County
All Zip Codes Served:42240
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Residential (270) 220-XXXX Numbers

Telephone Number Name Address City
270-220-0018 Charles Woodruff 101 Brewer Dr Gallatin, TN 37066

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Hopkinsville, KY

Hopkinsville is a city in Christian County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 30,089 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Christian County. A 2008 population estimate puts the city at 32,076.

Hopkinsville was settled in 1796 by Bartholomew and Martha Ann Wood, a couple from Jonesborough, Tennessee. The Wood family established a permanent settlement in the vicinity of present-day West Seventh and Bethel Streets, near what would become known as the Old Rock Spring. Wood staked a claim, based on his service in the American Revolutionary War, on 1,200 acres (5 km2) of land. He built a second cabin on what is now the northeast corner of Ninth and Virginia streets and a few years later built a home southeast of Fourteenth and Campbell streets, where he died in 1827. Wood's settlement soon attracted other settlers, and a pioneer village emerged.

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