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Switzerland County, Indiana

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  • Calvin Washington Ruter (1794 - 1859)
    Calvin was the son of Job Ruter (1754-1813) and Sarah Truesdale (1758-1833). Rev. Calvin W. Ruter was a well known minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church A founding member of the Indiana Conferen...
  • Opal Thompson (1923 - 2003)
    Opal may have had a husband named Charles and a son named Robert "Bobby" Thomson, the the links are not matched correctly. A lead for the possible son is: .
  • Cogley Peelman (1925 - 1925)
  • Christine McKenzie (1917 - 2012)
    Switzerland Baptist Church member.
  • Russell Peelman (1912 - 1992)

Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Switzerland County, Indiana.

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The state legislature of Indiana authorized Switzerland County effective 1 October 1814 and was named for the country of Switzerland.

Industrial wine grape production in Switzerland County earned the area the title "The Rhineland of America".

Adjacent Counties

Towns & Townships

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