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Brief Information About Frankville

Located on County Route 31, Frankville is an unincorporated group in Washinton County, AL. The estimated direction of 9.8 miles east of Millry. Frankville brings their own post office using ZIP code 36538. Since 1926, it is then traditionally home to the yearly Frankville Old Time Fiddlers Convention which held in the previous neighborhood school building.

Frankville has an unemployment rate of 9.90 percent. The recent records occupation growth development shows a positive result with occupations gradually increased by 1.55 percent. In 2014, Frankville population is about 474 individuals. Since 2000, it has had a population development of 29.16 percent. Frankville's Average Normal Commute time is 33 minutes. The National Average is just 26 minutes.

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