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Jennings County, Indiana

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This county bears the name of Jonathan Jennings, the first governor of the State of Indiana. Near the streams the surface of the county is hilly and broken, and moderately fertile, except in the beech flats, at the head of the streams, where it is only fit for grass. There is an abundance of excellent timber in the county, of which large quantities are exported. There are also good quarries of lime stone, from which the interior of the State is largely supplied.
Vernon, a thriving town in the center of the county, is the seat of justice of Jennings county, but North Vernon, in Center township, is the largest town, having a population of over two thousand, good public improvements, excellent school facilities, and increasing commercial interests. The county is a good one, farming is profitable, and the farmers are prosperous. It is traversed by three railroads.
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Finding Information For Jennings County, Indiana

Jennings Co. Historical Society
134 E. Brown St.
P. O. Box 335
Vernon, IN  47282
Jennings County Public Library
2375 N. State Highway 3
North Vernon, IN 47282
Jennings County Recorder
15 Pike Street
Vernon, IN  47282 
Jennings County
Circuit Court Clerk
Marriage, Divorce & Probate Records  
P.O. Box 385 
Vernon, IN 47282 

Jennings County Clerk Office
24 Pike Street
Vernon, IN 47282
Jennings County
Health Department
For Birth & Death Certificates 
P.O. Box 323
Vernon, IN

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