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Gadsden, Boone County
Galader Station, Bartholomew County
Gale, Hendricks County
Galena, Floyd County
   It was called Germantown.
Galena Township, La Porte County
Galloways Station, Jefferson County
Galveston, Cass County
Gambill, Sullivan County
Gar Creek, Allen County
Garden Acres, Monroe County
Garden City, Bartholomew County
Garden Village, Elkhart County
Garfield, Montgomery County
Garrett, De Kalb County
Gary, Lake County
Garyton, Porter County
Gas City, Grant County
   It was called Harrisburg.
Gasburg, Morgan County
   It was called Gasburgh.
Gasburgh, Morgan County
   Later called Gasburg.
Gaston, Delaware County
   It was called New Garden.
Gatchel, Perry County
Gates Corner, Delaware County
Gates Corner, Porter County
Gatesville, Monroe County
Gaynorsville, Decatur County
Geetingsville, Clinton County
Gehring and Gumz Ditch, Madison County
Gem, Hancock County
   It was called Gem Station.
Gem Station, Hancock County
   Later called Gem.
Geneva, Adams County
   It was called Buffalo.
Geneva, Shelby County
   It was called Sulphur Hill.
Geneva Township, Jennings County
Gentryville, Spencer County
Georgetown, Allen County
Georgetown, Brown County
   Later called Bean Blossom.
Georgetown, Cass County
Georgetown, Floyd County
Georgetown, Randolph County
Georgetown, Washington County
Georgetown Township, Floyd County
Georgia, Lawrence County
Gerald, Perry County
German Township, Bartholomew County
German Township, Marshall County
German Township, St. Joseph County
German Township, Vanderburgh County
Germantown, Decatur County
Germantown, Floyd County
   Later called Galena.
Germantown, Marion County
Germantown, Wayne County
Germany, Clark County
Gessie, Vermillion County
Gibson, Lake County
Gibson County
   County seat is Princeton, created 9 Mar 1813, made effective 1 Apr 1813, 
   named for General John Gibson, Secretary of the Indiana Territory from 1801 to 1816.
Gibson Township, Washington County
Gifford, Jasper County
Gilboa Township, Benton County
Gilead, Miami County
Gill Township, Sullivan County
Gillam Township, Jasper County
Gilmer Park, St. Joseph County
Gilmour, Greene County, Wright Township
Gilmour, Sullivan County
Gimco City, Madison County
Gingrich Addition, Carroll County
Gings, Rush County
Giro, Gibson County
   It was called Buena Vista, It was platted 30 Mar 1848 by Samuel T. Decker and his wife.
Gladens Corner, Tippecanoe County
Glen Ayr, Vigo County
Glen Ayre, Vigo County
Glen Cliff, Warren County
Glen Eden, Steuben County
Glen Park, Lake County
Glendale, Daviess County
Glendale, Marion County
Glendale Heights, Marion County
Glendora, Sullivan County
Glenhall, Tippecanoe County
Glenn Post Office, Vigo County
   Later called East Glenn.
Glenns Valley, Marion County
Glenwood, Elkhart County
Glenwood, Rush County
Glezen, Pike County
   It was called Hosmer.
Glidas, Harrison County
Glyn Ellen, Madison County
Gnaw Bone, Brown County
Goat Run, Lawrence County
   Later called Coveyville.
Goblesville, Huntington County
Golden Acres, Allen County
Golden Hill, White County
Goldsmith, Tipton County
Goodland, Newton County
Goodwins Corner, Union County
Gooseport, Washington County
Goshen, Elkhart County
Goshen, Scott County
Gospel Grove, Vigo County
Gosport, Owen County
Gowdy, Rush County
Grabill, Allen County
Grafton, Posey County
Graham, Daviess County
Graham, Fountain County
Graham Township, Jefferson County
Graham Valley, Warrick County
Graham Woods, Porter County
Grammer, Bartholomew County
Grandview, Madison County
Grandview, Marion County
Grandview, Spencer County
Grandview Lake, Bartholomew County
Grange Corner, Parke County
Grange Corner, Vigo County
Granger, St. Joseph County
Grant City, Henry County
Grant County
   County seat is Marion, created 10 Feb 1831, made effective 1 Apr, 1831, 
   named after Samuel and Moses Grant, who  were killed in 1789 by Indians.
Grant Post Office, Grant County
Grant Township, Benton County
Grant Township, DeKalb County
Grant Township, Greene County
Grant Township, Newton County
Grantsburg, Crawford County
   It was called Sterling.
Granville, Delaware County
Grass Creek, Fulton County
Grass Township, Spencer County
Grassy Fork Township, Jackson County
Gravel Beach, Lagrange County
Gravel Hill, Benton County
   It was called The Summit
Gravelton, Kosciusko County
Gray Junction, Gibson County, Columbia Township
Grayford, Jennings County
Graysville, Clark County
Graysville, Sullivan County
Greely, Gibson County
   Listed in the 1881 Atlas.
Green Acres, Lake County
Green Center, Noble County
Green Hill, Warren County
   It was called Milford
Green Meadows, Shelby County
Green Meadows, Tippecanoe County
Green Oak, Fulton County
Green Township, Grant County
Green Township, Hancock County
Green Township, Madison County
Green Township, Marshall County
Green Township, Morgan County
Green Township, Noble County
Green Township, Randolph County
Green Township, Wayne County
Green Valley, Johnson County
Greenbriar, Marion County
Greenbrier, Orange County
Greenbrier, Warrick County
Greencastle, Putnam County
Greencastle Township, Putnam County
Greendale, Allen County
Greendale, Dearborn County
Greene, Jay County
Greene County
   County seat is Bloomfield, created 5 Jan 1821, made effective 5 Feb 1821, 
   named for General Nathaniel Greene, a hero of the American Revolution.
Greene Township, Jay County
Greene Township, Wayne County
Greene Township, Parke County
Greene Township, St. Joseph County
Greenfield, Hancock County
Greenfield, Johnson County
   Later called Greenwood
Greenfield Township, LaGrange County
Greenfield Township, Orange County
Greenfield Mills, Lagrange County
Greenleaf Manor, Elkhart County
Green's Village, Howard County
   Later called Greentown
Greensfork, Wayne County
   It was called Washington.
Greensboro, Franklin County
   Later called Blooming Grove.
Greensboro, Henry County
Greensboro Township, Henry County
Greensburg, Decatur County
Greensburg, Washington County
   It was called Egg Harbor, later called Canton.
Greensfork Township, Randolph County
Greentown, Howard County
   It was called Green's Village.
Greenville, Floyd County
Greenville, Sullivan County
Greenville, Wells County
Greenville Township, Floyd County
Greenwood, Johnson County
   It was called Greenfield
Greenwood, Lagrange County
Greenwood, Wayne County
Greenwood, Wells County
Greer Township, Warrick County
Gregg Township, Morgan County
Greetingville, Clinton County
Gridley, Madison County
Griffin, Posey County
Griffith, Lake County
Grismore, Noble County
Groomsville, Tipton County
Groveland, Putnam County
Grovertown, Starke County
   It was called Grovestown
Grovestown, Starke County
   Later called Grovertown
Gudgel, Gibson County, Columbia Township
Guernsey, White County
Guilford, Dearborn County
Guilford Township, Hendricks County
Guion, Parke County
   It was called Bruin's Crossroads
Guionsville, Ohio County
   It was called Jamestown, also called James Mills, also called Milton Mills, also called Milton.
Guise Park, Fulton County
Gundrum, Pulaski County
   Later called Denham.
Gurley Corner, Switzerland County
Gurley Landing, Harrison County
Guthrie, Lawrence County
Guthrie Township, Lawrence County
Guy, Howard County
Gwynneville, Shelby County