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Lexington
Holmes County, Mississippi

ZipCodes
39095




Page Contents for Lexington, Mississippi

Statistics & Facts

Government

Historical Events

Community news



Statistics & Facts

The Mississippi state capital is Jackson.
The population of Lexington is approximately 2,227 (1990), 1731 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 888 (1990), 677 (2010).
The amount of land area in Lexington is 6.353 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.01 sq kilometers.
The distance from Lexington to Washington DC is 858 miles.
The distance to the Mississippi state capital is 55 miles. (as the crow flies)
Lexington is positioned 33.11 degrees north of the equator and 90.04 degrees west of the prime meridian.


Lexington City Government

Holmes County Circuit Clerk
PO Box 718
Lexington, MS 39095-0718
Phone: 601-834-2476


Holmes County Chancery Clerk
2 Court Sq
Lexington, MS 39095
Phone: 601-834-2508


Holmes County Justice Clerk
408 Court Sq
Lexington, MS 39095-3637
Phone: 601-834-4565

Lexington Historical Events

1974
William Dean, Jr. became the first black in the South elected to a political office. In an official election, William Dean, Jr. defeated his opponent and won the office of Superintendent of Education for Holmes County. William Dean, Jr. was never defeated in an election and retired with honor in 1991.

Lexington Community News

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I'm trying to locate individuals that have knowledge of Fannie Walton who lived in Lexington, MS the late 1800s. She had a son, Thomas Walton and an adopted daughter.
Alice Walton
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