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Place Name County Place Type Founded More Information
Gable’s Osage Name Change Now Scranton.
Galesville, Gatesville Clay Lost Town
Gallileo Sheridan Lost Town Discontinued 1882.
Gandy Sherman Lost Town
Garly, Garby, Gurley Cloud Lost Town
Gaula Greenwood Lost Town
Gazette – See Lazette. Cowley Lost Town
Geary County Geary Current County NA One of the original 36 counties, it was established in 1855. It was initially called Davis County. Junction City is the county seat.
Geddesburg Wilson Name Change Now Altoona.
Geographical Center Wilson Lost Town
George Pawnee Lost Town
Georgetown Osage Lost Town Two miles south of Ridgeway; located in 1857; abandoned in 1860; a stage station on the road from Lawrence to Emporia.
Georgia City Crawford Lost Town Established 1869; abandoned 1872; named for A.J. Georgia, of Pittsburg.
Gerardy Washington Name Change Now Hanover.
Gere Barber Lost Town
Germania Sedgwick Lost Town
Germantown Pottawatomie Lost Town On Big Vermillion Creek, near Louisville.
Germantown Smith Lost Town 1872 Was the center of an early settlement of Germans; located in 1872, abandoned in 1885.
Gertrude Marshall Lost Town 1861 Founded January 2, 1861; vacated 1864.
Gettysburg Graham Lost Town
Gibson Trego Lost Town 1880-1893 The town was located north of the Smoky Hill River in the southwest corner of Trego County.
Gill Logan Lost Town 1900-1918 It was located on the Smoky Hill River about 16 miles west of Russell Springs.
Gleed Johnson Name Change Now Corliss.
Glen Butler Lost Town
Glen Burn Douglas Lost Town
Glen Park Wyandotte Lost Town
Glen Sharrold Rice Lost Town
Glendale Douglas Lost Town
Glendale Leavenworth Lost Town
Glenn Johnson Lost Town 1868-1895 Located on an early course of the Santa Fe Trail.
Glenora Jewell Lost Town
Glenross Wabaunsee Lost Town
Glenwood Crawford Lost Town
Glenwood Johnson Lost Town
Glenwood Leavenworth Lost Town 1869-1870
1884-1902
Located in the southeastern part of the county about two miles northwest of Jaggard.
Globe/Marion Douglas Lost Town 1870-1894 Located on the Santa Fe Trail. Name change to Globe on August 24, 1881.
Gnoton/Groton Logan Lost Town 1878-1879
1880-1882
A post office called Gnoton opened in August 1878, but its name was changed to Groton just two months later.
Gognac Grant Lost Town 1886-1926 The post office was in a general store and only one other business existed
Golden Grant Lost Town 1886-1899 Located southwest of Ulysses.
Golden Belt Lincoln Lost Town
Golden City Rice Lost Town
Golden Gate Chautauqua Lost Town
Gomeria Republic Lost Town
Good Intent Atchison Lost Town
Good River Sedgwick Lost Town Discontinued 1882.
Goodrich Linn Lost Town 1871-1942 It was a station on the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway.
Goose City Wallace Lost Town
Gopher Trego Lost Town
Gorham Labette Lost Town
Gould, Valley Greenwood Name Change 1870-1882 The name changed from Valley to Gould in 1880. The name changed to Severy in 1882.
Gourock Sumner Lost Town
Gove City Jefferson Lost Town
Gove County Gove Current County Gove County was established in from unorganized area in 1868. The county seat is Gove.
Government Siding Pawnee Lost Town Near Camp Criley.
Graham Graham Name Change Name changed to Whitfield.
Graham County Graham Current County Graham County was created from unorganized area in 1867 Its county seat is Hill City
Grand Bluff, Granite Bluff Phillips Lost Town
Grand Center Osborne Lost Town Established 1872.
Grand Center Russell Lost Town
Grand Haven Osage Lost Town
Grand Prairie Brown Lost Town
Grand View Morris Lost Town 1876-1886 The post office moved to Delavan in 1886.
Grand View Morton Lost Town
Granada/Pleasant Spring Nemaha Lost Town 1856-1906 First called Pleasant Spring it was on the Central Overland California and Pike’s Peak Express and the Overland Stage Route. The name was changed to Granada in 1864.
Grange Linn Lost Town 1882-1884
Grange Pottawatomie Lost Town
Granite Falls Marshall Lost Town 1858 Established in 1858.
Grannell Springs, Grunnell Springs Gove Lost Town
Gransville Comanche Lost Town
Granville Washington Name Change Name changed to Peach Creek.
Grant Geary Lost Town
Grant Wabaunsee Lost Town
Grant County Grant Current County NA Formed from Finney and Hamilton Counties in 1887. The county seat is Ulysses.
Grass Montgomery Lost Town In Rutland township.
Grasshopper Creek Jefferson Lost Town Seventeen miles from Kickapoo.
Grasshopper Falls Jefferson Name Change 1855 Established 1855; incorporated 1859; named changed to Sautrell Falls 1863; back to Grasshopper Falls 1864; changed to Valley Falls 1875.
Gray County Gray Current County NA  Formed from Finney and Ford Counties in 1887. Cimaron is the county seat.
Great Nemaha Agency Doniphan Lost Town See Nemaha Agency.
Great Spirit Springs Mitchell Name Change Now Waconda Springs.
Greeley Center Greeley Lost Town Vacated 1897.
Greeley County Greeley Current County NA Created from unorganized area in 1873. The county seat is Tribune.
Greenbush Crawford Lost Town 1874-1901
Greenbush Leavenworth Lost Town 1856 The post office was only open for five months.
Green Elm Crawford Lost Town Green Elm was located on Hickory Creek about five miles southwest of Idell.
Green Ridge Pawnee Lost Town
Green Springs Johnson Lost Town
Green Top Doniphan Lost Town
Green Valley Ellsworth Name Change Name changed to Cain.
Green Lamb’s Crossing Geary Lost Place  Established in 857 on the Smoky Hill River it was eight west of Junction City. Green Lamb, proprietor.
Greenfield Elk Lost Town 1871 Founded in 1871.
Greensward Meade Lost Town Vacated 1899.
Greenvale Russell Lost Town
Greenwood Brown Lost Town Incorporated 1857.
Greenwood Franklin Lost Town
Greenwood City Greenwood Lost Town 1884-1887
Greenwood County Greenwood Current County NA One of the original 36 counties, it was established in 1855. Eureka is the county seat.
Greenville Jewell Lost Town
Gregory Cherokee Lost Town 1874 The post office was only open for two months
Gregory Jewell Lost Town
Greystone Wilson Lost Town
Grimm Wabaunsee Lost Town
Grinter Wyandotte Lost Town Nine miles west of Kansas City, Kansas.
Grinter’s Ferry, Delaware national Ferry, Delaware Crossing, Secondline Crossing Wyandotte Lost Place Established in 1831 on the Kansas River, on the Fort Leavenworth-Fort Gibson Military Road. Moses R. Grinter, Proprietor. It was also known as several other names. Grinter’s two-story brick house, built in the late 1850s is maintained by Kansas State Historical Society.
Gross Crawford Lost Town 1907-1934 Gross was a coal mining camp.
Groton Wallace Lost Town Discontinued 1882.
Grouse Creek Cowley Lost Town
Grove Ottawa Lost Town
Grove City Jefferson Lost Town 1869-1883
Grover Ottawa Lost Town
Grunnell Springs, Grannell Springs Gove Lost Town
Guild City Greenwood Lost Town
Gum Springs, Shawnee Johnson Name Change Now Shawnee This was Gum Spring Campground in 1847 six miles west of Westport, Missouri. It was the first county seat of Johnson County.
Gurley, Garley Cloud Lost Town

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