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Warrick County, Indiana

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Profiles

  • Zachariah Skelton, Sr. (1784 - 1856)
    NOTE : As of 4/4/2023, Find a Grave is wrong. He wasn't married to Elizabeth Scales b. 1787, daughter of Thomas Sr. He was married to Elizabeth b.1814, daughter of Thomas Jr. She was the niece of his f...
  • Rufus Massie (1857 - 1932)
  • Elijah Allen Massie (1855 - 1893)
  • Christopher Columbus "C.C." Massie (1849 - 1924)
    1st marriage-Elizabeth F. Smith on 8 Sep 1870 in Warrick County, Indiana Children: Harvey and Dora 2nd marriage-Sarah Ann Brown on 9 Apr 1878 in Warrick County, Indiana Children: Noble, Arrie, Noah 3rd...
  • Joseph Jackson "Joe" Massie (1844 - 1883)
    Death Notice

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Warrick County was formed by statute, March 9, 1813, effective April 30, 1813 and was named for Captain Jacob Warrick, an Indiana militia company commander killed in the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811.

Adjacent Counties

Cities & Townships

  • Anderson
  • Boon
  • Boonville (County Seat)
  • Campbell
  • Chandler
  • Elberfeld
  • Greer
  • Hart
  • Lane
  • Lynnville
  • Newburgh
  • Ohio
  • Owen
  • Pigeon
  • Skelton
  • Tennyson

Unincorporated Towns

Ash Iron Springs | Baugh City | Bullocktown | Camp Brosend | Center | Dayville | De Gonia Springs | Dickeyville | Eames | Eby | Fisherville | Folsomville | Graham Valley | Greenbrier | Heilman | Hemenway | Hillcrest Terrace | Jarretts | Jockey | Loafers Station | Millersburg | New Hope | Paradise | Pelzer | Red Bush | Rolling Acres | Rosebud | Rustic Hills | Saint John | Scalesville | Selvin | Stanley | Stevenson | Turpin Hill | Vanada | Victoria | Wheatonville | Yankeetown

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Genealogy Trails

Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places