Allensville is a census-designated place and former city in Todd County, Kentucky, in the United States. The population was 189 at the 2000 census. Settled in the 19th century and formally incorporated in 1867, the city was named for a pioneer family in the area. The city government was officially dissolved in 2017 after years of inactivity.HistoryAllensville was settled in the early 1800s, and was originally a crossroads community concentrated around the intersection of two early stagecoach coach roads (these roads roughly followed the paths of modern US 79 and KY 102). This crossroads was about a mile northwest of the community's present location. By the late 1830s, Allensville included a post office, two general stores, and a blacksmith shop. The community is believed to have been named for a family of early settlers.In 1860, the L&N established a depot just south of the old Allensville community as part of its branch line from Bowling Green, Kentucky, to Memphis,
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