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Gibson County, Indiana

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  • Annie S. Webster (1868 - 1888)
  • Rev. Joseph Wasson (1782 - 1854)
    Leader of the early defunct Christian congregation known as the “Wassonites”, part of “The Restoration Movement” loosely associated with the religious movement the “Camblelites” Arrived in Gibson Co., ...
  • Lemuel Emerson (1803 - 1845)
  • Sgt. (USA), Thomas J. Richards (1840 - 1876)
    PVT CO E 42nd REGULAR INDIANA INFANTRYAged 35 Ys. 10 Ms.Richards, Thomas J. BATTLE UNIT NAME: 42nd Regiment, Indiana Infantry SIDE: Union COMPANY: ESOLDIER'S RANK IN: Private SOLDIER'S RANK OUT: Sergea...
  • Alexander Powell (1802 - 1856)

Please add profiles for those who were born, lived or died in Gibson County, Indiana.

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Gibson County was formed in 1813. It was named for John Gibson, an officer in the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War. Gibson was Secretary of the Indiana Territory, serving as acting Governor on two occasions. The county had a large amount of abolitionists and, thus, was frequented by runaway slaves from Kentucky, via the Underground Railroad.

Adjacent Counties

Cities & Towns

  • Buckskin
  • Fort Branch
  • Francisco
  • Haubstadt
  • Hazleton
  • Mackey
  • Oakland City
  • Owensville
  • Patoka
  • Princeton (County Seat)
  • Somerville

Other Townships & Communities: Baldwin Heights, Barton, Buena Vista (Giro), Center, Crawleyville, Calamity, Columbia, Dongola, Douglas, Durham, East Mount Carmel, Gray Junction, Gudgel, Hickory Ridge (Hickory), Johnson, Kings Station (Kings), Lyles Station, McGary, Montgomery, Mount Olympus, Mounts, Northbrook Hills, Oak Hill, Oatsville, Port Gibson, Saint James, Skelton, Snake Run, Union, Wabash, Warrenton, Washington, Wheeling (Kirkville) and White River

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Wikipedia

Genealogy Trails

IN GenWeb

The William M. Cockrum House

Haubstadt State Bank

Lyles Consolidated School

The Trippett Farm