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Morgan County, Indiana

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The county was named for Gen. Daniel Morgan, who defeated the British at the Battle of Cowpens in the Revolutionary War. The first settlers arrived in Morgan County in 1822. They came mostly from southern states. The Mooresville area and surrounding communities received large numbers of southern Quakers, driven to migrate because of their opposition to slavery. Paul Hadley, a Mooresville resident, was the designer of the current Indiana flag, as well as a locally prominent water color artist in the early twentieth century.

Adjacent Counties

Cities & Towns

  • Bethany
  • Brooklyn
  • Martinsville (County Seat)
  • Monrovia
  • Mooresville
  • Morgantown
  • Paragon

Other Townships & Communities: Adams, Alaska, Allman, Ashland, Baker, Banta, Beech Grove, Bluffs, Briarwood, Brookmoor, Brown, Browns Crossing, Bunker Hill, Camby (part), Center Valley, Centerton, Champlin Meadows, Chetwynd, Clay, Cope, Crestview Heights, Crown Center, Elk, Eminence, Exchange, Fewell Rhoades, Fields, Five Points, Fox Hill, Gasburg, Green, Gregg, Hall, Harrison, Herbamount, Hynsdale, Jackson, Jefferson, Lake Hart, Landersdale, Lewisville, Little Point, Madison, Mahalasville, Maxwell, McDaniel, Miller, Monroe, Mount Zion Corner, Painted Hills, Plano, Potato Mound, Prather, Ray, Ridgewood, Shelburne, Stine's Mill Corner, Taggart Crossing, Turkey Track, Wakeland, Washington, Waverly, Waverly Woods, Whitaker, Wilbur, Willowbrook Estates, Wiser, Woodcrest, Wolff and Young

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