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Welcome to Hettinger County ND
History and Genealogy
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Created by the 1883 territorial legislature and organized April 19, 1907.  The county is named after Tom Hettinger, the father-in-law of Erastus Appleman Williams, who was the Speaker of the Dakota Territory House of Representatives the year Hettinger County was established.


County Seat:  Mott from 1881 to the present.


 
Townships:
*Acme *Ashby *Baer *Beery *Black Butte *Brittian *Campbell *Cannon Ball *Castle Rock *Chilton *Clark *Farina *Havelock *Highland *Kennedy *Kern *Kunze *Madison *Merrill *Mott *New England *Odessa *Rifle *St. Croix *Solon *Steiner *Strehlow *Tepee Butte *Wagendorf *Walker

Cities:
*Mott *New England *Regent 


  

Online Data

Biographies

Births

Cemeteries

Census

Church Histories/Records

County Records

Court Records

Deaths

County History

Forgotten Towns

Marriages

Military

Newspapers

Obituaries

Surnames

Wills/Legal Records

Website Updates: April 2012 Obits for James E. Sullivan, Col. J. B. Mead, Col. John B. Mead, Mrs. Sticken, Robert Oldenburg, Herman Schlenvogt, William Schlenvogt, Levi Colgrove, Mrs. Sticken, and Judge Wilkom - News Marriage Announcements - Community News, Anniversaries, Mott news- History
July 2010: JACOBSON biography; List of Cemeteries
Previous Updates:
Military Data



Surrounding Counties 
Stark County (north) 
Grant County (east) 
Adams County (south) 
Slope County (west) 




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