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What you might find with an inmate search

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Out of all the counties United States, 11 are named "Fayette". Most have their own facilities. The phone numbers below will get you in touch with them quickly; asking an agency official or officer is the safest, most accurate way to get inmate information.
Fayette County Jail 113 1st Avenue NW, Fayette, Alabama 35555 (205) 932-3205
Fayette County Jail 145 Johnson Avenue, Fayetteville, Georgia 30214 (770) 716-4720
Fayette County Jail 220 North Industrial Parkway, West Union, Iowa 52175 (563) 422-3234
Fayette County Jail 221 South 7th Street, Vandalia, Illinois 62471 (618) 283-2141
Fayette County Jail 123 West 4th Street, Connersville, Indiana 47331 (765) 825-1110
Fayette County Jail 600 Old Frankfort Circle, Lexington, Kentucky 40510 (859) 425-2700
Fayette County Jail 113 East Market Street, Harrison, Ohio 43160 (740) 333-3783
Fayette County Prison 61 East Main Street, Uniontown, Pennsylvania 15401 (724) 430-1222
Fayette County Jail 705 Justice Drive, Somerville, Tennessee 38068 (901) 465-5247
Fayette County Jail 1646 North Jefferson, La Grange, Texas 78945 (979) 968-5856
Fayette County uses SRJ, West Virginia
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Data and record collections

Not all facilities have the ability or legal right to provide sensitive information like population databases across the internet. Fortunately, most will suggest limited manual means of verifying if a person is in custody. One of the more popular requests concerns jail archives. Jails and prisons kept registers so everyone "booked" into the grey bar hotel was recorded, creating unparalleled historical and genealogical sources for researchers and family members alike. Interactive databases are available from many modern courthouses.

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