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Johnson County Courthouse in Franklin, Indiana
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Johnson County was formed in 1823. It was
named for John Johnson, a judge of the Indiana Supreme Court. This
is probably John Johnson of Knox County, delegate to the State
constitutional convention, appointed to the Supreme Court in 1816.
The south end of the county is also home to the Camp Atterbury military installation.
|Census||Church Histories/ Records|
|County/Court Records||Death Records|
|Family Bibles/Stories||Historical Landmarks|
Bios: Hon. W.H. Barnett; Hon. George W. Grubbs
News: Willie R.C. Clements missing
Land Records: Sale of Sinking Fund Lands
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