Fayette

Fayette is the name of a number of places in the United States of America. Many are named for General Gilbert du Motier, marquis de Lafayette, a French officer who fought under General George Washington in the American Revolutionary War.

  • Fayette, Alabama
  • Fayette, Indiana
  • Fayette, Iowa
  • Fayette, Maine
  • Fayette, Michigan
  • Fayette, Mississippi
  • Fayette, Missouri
  • Fayette, New York
  • Fayette, Ohio
  • Fayette, Utah
  • Fayette, West Virginia
  • Fayette, Wisconsin, a town
    • Fayette (community), Wisconsin, an unincorporated community
  • Fayette City, Pennsylvania
  • Fayette Historic State Park, Michigan

Other articles related to "fayette":

Samuel C. Major
... Born in Fayette, Missouri, Major attended the public schools and Central College at Fayette ... law and was admitted to the bar in 1890 and commenced practice in Fayette, Missouri ... in 1920 to the Sixty-seventh Congress and resumed the practice of law in Fayette, Missouri ...
La Fayette Family
... The House of La Fayette is a French noble family established during the Middle-Age by the lords of the fief of La Fayette ... Its most illustrious members are Gilbert Motier de La Fayette (1380-1464) Lord of La Fayette, Marshal of France during the Hundred Years' War ... Louise de La Fayette (1618-1665) favourite of Louis XIII of France ...
Fayette, Indiana - Geography
... Fayette is located at 39°55′52″N 86°23′50″W / 39.93111°N 86.39722°W / 39.93111 -86.39722 ...
Laurel Township, Franklin County, Indiana - Geography - Adjacent Townships
... Columbia Township, Fayette County (north) Jackson Township, Fayette County (northeast) Blooming Grove Township (east) Metamora Township (southeast) Salt Creek Township (southwest) Posey ...