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Fair Acres, Washington County
Fair Oaks, Jasper County
Fairbanks, Sullivan County
Fairbanks Township, Sullivan County
Fairdale, Harrison County
Fairfax, Allen County
Fairfax, Madison County
Fairfax, Monroe County
Fairfield, Franklin County
Fairfield, Howard County
   Later called Oakford.
Fairfield, Grant County
Fairfield, Tippecanoe County
   Later called Dayton.
Fairfield Center, De Kalb County
Fairfield Township, Dekalb County
Fairfield Township, Franklin County
Fairfield Township, Tippecanoe County
Fairland, Shelby County
Fairmount, Grant County
Farimount Township, Grant County
Fairplay, Vanderburgh County
Fairplay Township, Greene County
Fairview, Fayette County
Fairview, Randolph County
Fairview, Rush County
Fairview, Switzerland County
Fairview, Washington County
Fairview Park, Vermillion County
Fairview Station, Marion County
Fairview Township, Fayette County
Fairwood Hills, Marion County
Fall Creek Highland, Marion County
Fall Creek Township, Hamilton County
Fall Creek Township, Henry County
Fall Creek Township, Madison County
Falmouth, Rush County
   It was called Old Baker Settlement.
Farabee, Washington County
Fargo, Benton County
Fargo, Orange County
Farlen, Daviess County
   It was called McFarlen.
Farleys Addition, Marion County
Farmers, Owen County
   It was called Farmer's Station.
Farmers, Rush County
Farmers Retreat, Dearborn County
Farmer's Station, Owen County
   Later called Farmers.
Farmersburg, Sullivan County
   It was called Ascension.
Farmersville, Posey County
   It was called Yankee Settlement, it was called Yankeetown, and it was called The Corners.
Farmersville, Marion County
   Later called Acton.
Farmington, Grant County
Farmington, Rush County
Farmington, White County
   It was called Burnetts Creek, later called Burnettsville.
Farmland, Randolph County
Farnsworth, Sullivan County
Farrville, Grant County
Fawcetts, Greene County, Richland Township
Fayette, Boone County
Fayette County
   County seat is Connersville, created 28 Dec 1818, made effective 1 Jan 1819, 
   named for the French General Marquis de la Fayette.
Fayette Township, Vigo County
Fayetteville, Lawrence County
Fayetteville, Washington County
Fayne Siding, Henry County
Federal Hill, Hamilton County
Fenn Haven, Perry County
Fenns, Shelby County
Ferdinand, Dubois County
Ferdinand Township, Dubois County
Ferguson Hill, Vigo County
Ferndale, Parke County
Fetters, Gibson County, White River Township, 47665
   It was platted by W. D. Daniels and Emily D. Pickerell 27 Jun 1897, east side of 
   Mount Carmel, Illinois Post office name changed to Fetters, for William Fetters a merchant there, 
   because there was a Carmel already in Indiana.
Fewell Rhoads, Morgan County
Fiat, Jay County
Fickle, Clinton County
Fields, Morgan County
Fillmore, Putnam County
   It was called Nicholsville, it was called Nicholsonville.
Fincastle, Putnam County
Finley, Hancock County
   It was called Kinder, it was called Reedville, it was called Tailholt, and later called Carrollton.
Finley Township, Scott County
Fish Lake, La Porte County
Fishers, Hamilton County
Fishersburg, Madison County
Fisherville, Warrick County
Fishtown, Harrison County
Fiskville, Montgomery County
Five Points, Allen County
Five Points, Jefferson County
Five Points, Knox County
Five Points, Marion County
Five Points, Morgan County
Five Points, Switzerland County
Five Points, Union County
Five Points, Warren County
Five Points, Wells County
Five Points, Whitley County
Five Points Corner, Porter County
Flackville, Marion County
Flat Iron, Vermillion County
Flat Rock, Shelby County
Flat Rock Park, Bartholomew County
Flat Rock Township, Bartholomew county
Flax, Carroll County
Fleener, Monroe County
Fleming, Jackson County
Fletcher, Fulton County
Flint, Steuben County
Flora, Carroll County
Flora, Miami County
Florence, Adams County
   Later called Ceylon.
Florence, Switzerland County
Florida, Madison County
   It was called Clark's Station.
Florida Township, Parke County
Floyd County
   County seat is New Albany, created 2 Jan 1819, made effective 1 Feb 1819, 
   named for Virginia Governor John Floyd.
Floyd Knobs, Floyd County
Floyd Township, Putnam County
Flynn's Cross Roads, Lawrence County
   Later called Buddha.
Foley, Henry County
Folsomville, Warrick County
   It was called Lickskillet.
Fontanet, Vigo County
   It was called Fountain Station, it was called Hunter.
Foraker, Elkhart County
Foresman, Benton County
Foresman, Newton County
Forest, Clinton County
Forest, Whitley County
Forest City, Jasper County
Forest Glen, Kosciusko County
Forest Hill, Decatur County
    It was called Newburg.
Forest Hill, Posey County
Forest Hills, Madison County
Forest Park, Bartholomew County
Forest Park, Steuben County
Forest Park Heights, Monroe County
Forest Ridge, Allen County
Forest Township, Clinton County
Fort Branch, Gibson County, Union Township, 47648.
   It was platted by Embree McIntire 7 Oct 1859.  Named for Fort Branch, an early 
   Fort built in 1811.  The Post Office was called Little York, but changed to Fort Branch.
Fort Gibson, Gibson County
Fort Red, Putnam County
   Later called Barnard.
Fort Ritner, Lawrence County
Fort Wayne, Allen County
   It was named for General Anthony Wayne.
Fortville, Hancock County
   It was called Phoebe Fort's Corner, it was called Walpole.
Foster, Warren County
Fosters Ridge, Perry County
Fountain, Fountain County
Fountain City, Wayne County
   It was called New Garden, it was called Newport.
Fountain County
   County seat is Covington, created 20 Dec 1825, made effective 1 Apr 1826, named after 
   Major James Fontaine of Kentucky, who was killed in the Battle of Maumee near Fort Wayne in 1790.
Fountain Park, Jasper County
Fountain Park, Steuben County
Fountain Station, Vigo County
   It was called Hunter, later called Fontanet.
Fountaintown, Shelby County
Four Corners, Jennings County
Four Presidents Corners, Allen County
Fowler, Benton County
Fowlerton, Grant County
   It was called Leach.
Fox, Grant County
Fox Hill, Morgan County
Fox Ridge, Putnam County
Fox Station, Grant County
Frances, Johnson County
Francesville, Pulaski County
Francisco, Gibson County, Center Township, 47649
   It was platted 6 Jan 1851 by John Perkins.  Named for a Spanish worker who worked 
   on the Wabash and Erie Canal.
Frankfort, Clinton County
Franklin, Johnson County
Franklin, Wayne County
   It was called Nettle Creek.
Franklin, Whitley County
   It was called Union, later called Churubusco.
Franklin County
   County seat is Brookville, created 27 Nov 1810, made effective 1 Jan 1811, 
   named for Benjamin Franklin.
Franklin Township, DeKalb County
Franklin Township, Floyd County
Franklin Township, Grant County
Franklin Township, Harrison County
Franklin Township, Hendricks County
Franklin Township, Henry County
Franklin Township, Johnson County
Franklin Township, Kosciusko County
Franklin Township, Marion County
Franklin Township, Montgomery County
Franklin Township, Owen County
Franklin Township, Pulaski County
Franklin Township, Putnam County
Franklin Township, Randolph County
Franklin Township, Ripley County
Franklin Township, Washington County
Franklin Township, Wayne County
Frankton, Madison County
Fredericksburg, Washington County
   It was called Bridgeport.
Fredonia, Crawford County
Free, Benton County
Freedom, Ohio County
   It was called Bear Branch, it was called Cole's Corner.
Freedom, Owen County
Freeland Park, Benton County
Freelandville, Knox County
Freeman, Owen County
Freeport, Jackson County
   Later called Freetown.
Freeport, Shelby County
Freetown, Jackson County
   It was called Freeport.
Fremont, Steuben County
   It was called Brockville, it was called Willow Prairie.
Fremont Township, Steuben County
French Island City, Spencer County
   Later called Eureka.
French Lick, Orange County
French Lick Township, Orange County
French Township, Adams County
Frenchtown, Harrison County
   It was called Saint Bernard.
Friendly Corner, Grant County
Friendship, Ripley County
   It was called Hart's Mills.
Friendswood, Hendricks County
Fritchton, Knox County
   It was called Richland.
Fritz Corner, Pike County
Fruitdale, Brown County
Fugit Township, Decatur County
Fulda, Spencer County
Fulton, Fulton County
Fulton County
   County seat is Rochester, created 7 Feb 1835, made effective 1 Apr 1836, 
   named after Robert Fulton, the inventor of the steamboat.
Fulton Township, Fountain County
Furnace, Greene County
Furnessville, Porter County