Ringgold County, Iowa
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County seat is Mount Ayr.
Named after Maj. Samuel Ringgold, a hero of the Battle of Palo Alto fought in May 1846, during the Mexican-American War.
Cities and Towns
Beaconsfield -- Benton -- Clearfield -- Diagonal -- Ellston -- Kellerton
Maloy -- Mount Ayr -- Redding -- Shannon City -- Tingley
Abandoned Towns, Villages And Post Offices
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|Website Updates: |
18 Sep 2013: Military Data - Civil War - 1883 Pensioners On The Roll
09 Aug 2013: News Articles - Charley Bailey
30 Jul 2013: Historical Info - Slaves In Ringgold County
Marriage - Thompson ~ McGinty
11 Apr 2013: Geographical Features - Creeks, Streams & Rivers; Parks
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