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Valeene, Orange County
Valentine, Lagrange County
Valley Brook, Wabash County
Valley City, Harrison County
Valley Outlet Center, Steuben County
Vallonia, Jackson County
Valparaiso, Porter County
Van Buren, Grant County
Van Buren Park, Monroe County
Van Buren Township, Brown County
Van Buren Township, Clay County
Van Buren Township, Daviess County
Van Buren Township, Fountain County
Van Buren Township, Grant County
Van Buren Township, Kosciusko County
Van Buren Township, LaGrange County
Van Buren Township, Madison County
Van Buren Township, Monroe County
Van Buren Township, Pulaski County
Van Buren Township, Shelby County
Van Loon, Lake County
Van Nuys, Henry County
Vanada, Warrick County
Vandalia, Owen County
Vanderburgh County
   County seat is Evansville, created 7 Jan 1818, made effective 1 Feb 1818, 
   named for Captain Henry Vanderburgh, of the Revolutionary War.
Vanmeter Park, Pulaski County
Vaughan, Vanderburgh County
Vawter Park, Kosciusko County
Veale Township, Daviess County
Veedersburg, Fountain County
Velpen, Pike County
Vera Cruz, Wells County
Vermillion County
   County seat is Newport, created 2 Jan 1824, made effective 1 Feb 1824, 
   named after the Vermillion River.
Vermillion Township, Vermillion County
Vermont, Howard County
Verne, Knox County
Vernon, Jennings County
Vernon Township, Hancock County
Vernon Township, Jackson County
Vernon Township, Washington County
Verona, Cass County
Versailles, Ripley County
Vertland, Marion County
Vevay, Switzerland County
Vicksburg, Greene County
Victor, Monroe County
Victoria, Greene County
Vienna, Scott County
Vienna Township, Scott County
Vigo, Vigo County
Vigo County
   County seat is Terre Haute, created 21 Jan 1818, made effective 15 Feb 1818, 
   named for the French fur trader Colonel Joseph Maria Francesco "Francis" Vigo, 
   a native of Sardinia, Italy, who came to America, arriving at 
   Vincennes as a Spanish merchant in 1777.
Vigo Township, Knox County
Vilas, Owen County
Vincennes, Knox County
Vincennes Township, Knox County
Vine, Fountain County
Virgie, Jasper County
Vistula, Elkhart County
Vivalia, Putnam County
Volga, Jefferson County
Vollmer, Knox County
Voltz, Pulaski County
   Later called Beardstown.