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La Crosse, La Porte County
La Paz, Marshall County
La Paz Junction, Marshall County
La Porte, La Porte County
La Porte County
   County seat is La Porte, created 9 Jan 1832, made effective 1 Apr 1832, named for 
   the French word la porte, which means door or gate, and it took its name from the natural 
   opening through the timber of a grove leading from one part of the prairie to another part.
Laconia, Harrison County
Lacy, Martin County
Ladoga, Montgomery County
Lafayette, Tippecanoe County
Lafayette Township, Allen County
Lafayette Township, Floyd County
Lafayette Township, Madison County
Lafayette Township, Owen County
Lagrange, Lagrange County
Lagrange County
   County seat is Lagrange, created 2 Feb 1832, made effective 1 Apr 1832, 
   named after Lafayette's home near Paris, France
Lagro, Wabash County
Lagro Township, Wabash County
LaHayn, Porter County
   Later called Crocker.
Lake Bruce, Fulton County
Lake Cicott, Cass County
Lake County
   County seat is Crown Point, created 28 Jan 1836, made effective 15 Feb 1837, 
   named for Lake Michigan.
Lake Dalecarlia, Lake County
Lake Eliza, Porter County
Lake Grange, Elkhart County
Lake Hart, Morgan County
Lake Hills, Lake County
Lake James, Steuben County
Lake Mill, Spencer County
Lake On The Green, Brown County
Lake Park, La Porte County
Lake Shores, Allen County
Lake Station, Lake County
Lake Township, Allen County
Lake Township, Kosciusko County
Lake Township, Newton County
Lake View, Franklin County
Lake View, Porter County
Lake Village, Newton County
Lake Wood, Grant County
Lakes of the Four Seasons, Porter County
Lakeside, Hendricks County
Lakeside, Pulaski County
Lakeside Park, Kosciusko County
Lakeside Park, Lagrange County
Laketon, Wabash County
Lakeview, Lagrange County
Lakeview Spring, Kosciusko County
Lakeville, St. Joseph County
Lakewood, Carroll County
Lakewood Hills, Vanderburgh County
Lalimere, La Porte County
Lamar, Spencer County
Lamasco, Vanderburgh County
Lamb, Switzerland County
Lamong, Hamilton County
Lanam, Brown County
Lancaster, Huntington County
Lancaster, Jefferson County
Lancaster Park, Monroe County
Lancaster Township, Huntington County
Lancaster Township, Jefferson County
Lancaster Township, Wells County
Landees, Grant County
Landersdale, Morgan County
Landess, Grant County
Lane Township, Warrick County
Lanesville, Harrison County
Langoons, Jackson County
Lantana Estate, Shelby County
Laotto, Noble County
Lap Corner, Parke County
Lapel, Madison County
Lapland, Montgomery County
LaPorte, La Porte County
Larimer Hill, Vigo County
Larwill, Whitley County
Laud, Whitley County
Lauer, Perry County
Laughery Switch, Ripley County
Laughery Township, Ripley Township
Laugheryville, Ripley County
Laura, Jasper County
Lauramie Township, Tippecanoe County
Laurel, Franklin County
Laurel Township, Franklin County
Lawrence, Marion County
Lawrence County
   County seat is Bedford, created 7 Jan 1818, made effective 16 Mar 1818, named 
   for Captain James Lawrence, of the Frigate Chesapeake, who was killed in a 
   battle with the Frigate Shannon.
Lawrence Township, Marion County
Lawrenceburg, Dearborn County
Lawrenceburg Township, Dearborn County
Lawrenceport, Lawrence County
Lawrenceburg Junction, Dearborn County
Lawrenceville, Dearborn County
Lawsburg, Fayette County
   It was called Lawstown, it was called West Union, later called Everton.
Lawstown, Fayette County
   It was called Lawsburg, it was called West Union, later called Everton.
Lawton, Pulaski County
Layton, Fountain County
Leach, Grant County
   Later called Fowlerton.
Leases Corner, Cass County 
Leatherwood, Parke County
Leavenworth, Crawford County
Lebanon, Boone County
Lee, White County
Leesburg, Kosciusko County
Leesville, Lawrence County
Legendary Hills, Hendricks County
Leipsic, Orange County
Leisure, Madison County
Leiters Ford, Fulton County
Lena, Parke County
Lena Park, Starke County
Leo, Allen County
Leo Cedarville, Allen County
Leonard Springs, Monroe County
Leopold, Perry County
Leopold Township, Perry County
Leota, Scott County
Leroy, Lake County
Letts, Decatur County
Letts Corner, Decatur County
Lettsville, Daviess County
Levert, Allen County
Lewis, Vigo County
Lewis Creek, Shelby County
Lewis Township, Clay County
Lewisburg, Cass County
Lewisburg, Hancock County
   Later called Eden.
Lewiston, Jasper County
Lewisville, Henry County
Lewisville, Owen County
Lexington, Carroll County
Lexington, Lagrange County
   Later called Brighton.
Lexington, Scott County
Lexington Township, Scott County
Liber, Jay County
Liberal, Spencer County
Liberty, Union County
Liberty Center, Wells County
Liberty Corners, Delaware County
Liberty Hills, Allen County
Liberty Mills, Wabash County
Liberty Park, Lake County
Liberty Township, Carroll County
Liberty Township, Crawford County
Liberty Township, Delaware County
Liberty Township, Fulton County
Liberty Township, Grant County
Liberty Township, Hendricks County
Liberty Township, Henry County
Liberty Township, Howard County
Liberty Township, Parke County
Liberty Township, Porter County
Liberty Township, St. Joseph County
Liberty Township, Shelby County
Liberty Township, Tipton County
Liberty Township, Union County
Liberty Township, Wabash County
Liberty Township, Warren County
Liberty Township, Wells County
Liberty Township, White County
Libertyville, Vigo County
Licking Township, Blackford County
Lickskillet, Warrick County
   Later called Folsomville.
Licolnville, Wabash County
Liggett, Vigo County
Ligonier, Noble County
Lilly Dale, Perry County
Lima Township, LaGrange County
Limedale, Putnam County
Lincoln, Cass County
Lincoln City, Spencer County
Lincoln Hills, Porter County
Lincoln Pioneer Village, Spencer County
Lincoln Township, Hendricks County
Lincoln Township, La Porte County
Lincoln Township, Newton County
Lincoln Township, St. Joseph County
Lincoln Township, White County
Lincoln Village, Lake County
Lincolnshire, Allen County
Linden, Montgomery County
Lindenwood, Marion County
Linkville, Marshall County
   It was called Harris Station and then Harris.
Linn Grove, Adams County
Linnsburg, Montgomery County
Linton, Greene County, Stockton Township
Linton Township, Vigo County
Linwood, Madison County
Lippe, Posey County
Lisbon, Noble County
Little Acre, Jackson County
Little Charlie, Cass County
Little Point, Morgan County
Little Rock, Knox County
Little Saint Louis, Harrison County
Little York, 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.
Little York, Washington County
Littles, Pike County
Liverpool, Lake County
Livonia, Washington County
Lizton, Hendricks County
Loafers Station, Warrick County
Lochiel, Benton County
Locke, Elkhart County
Locke Township, Elkhart County
Lockhart Township, Pike County
Lockport, Carroll County
Lockwood Mills, Parke County
   Later called Bridgeton.
Locust Grove, Wayne County
Locust Point, Harrison County
   It was called Bridgeport.
Lodi, Parke County
Log Cabin Crossroads, Montgomery County
Logan, Dearborn County
Logan, Lawrence County
Logan Township, Dearborn County
Logan Township, Fountain County
Logan Township, Pike County
Logansport, Cass County
Lomax, Starke County
London, Shelby County
London Heights, Shelby County
Lone Tree, Greene County, Smith Township
Long Beach, La Porte County
Long Lake Island, Porter County
Long Run, Switzerland County
Longview Beach, Clark County
Longwood Crossing, Fayette County
Loogootee, Martin County
Lookout, Ripley County
Lorane, Whitley County
Loree, Miami County
Losantville, Randolph County
   It was called Hunt's Cross Roads, later called Bronson.
Lost Creek Township, Vigo County
Lost River, Orange County
Lost River Township, Martin County
Lottaville, Lake County
Lottick Corner, Harrison County
Lotus, Union County
Lovett, Jennings County
Lovett Township, Jennings County
Lowell, Bartholomew County
Lowell, Lake County
Lower Sunset Park, Carroll County
Lowman Corner, Kosciusko
Lowmandale, Madison County
Luce Township, Spencer County
Lucerne, Cass County
Ludwig Park, Allen County
Luray, Henry County
Lusks Mills, Parke County
Luther, Whitley County
Luxhaven, Hamilton County
Lydick, St. Joseph County
Lyford, Parke County
Lyles, Gibson County, Patoka Township
   It was called Cherry Grove Village and then Lyle's Station.  After the Civil War was over 
   a Negro named Lyles bought some land, when other blacks settled here, it was called 
   Lyle's Station.
Lynhurst, Marion County
Lynn, Randolph County
Lynn Township, Posey Township
Lynnville, Gibson County
   It was an early Post Office in Gibson County.
Lynnville, Warrick County
Lyons, Greene County, Washington Township
   It was called Mudsock.
Lyonsville, Fayette County
Lyontown, Sullivan County
   It was called Buell, later called Cass.