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Wa-Will-Away Park, Kosciusko County
Wabash, Wabash County
Wabash County
   County seat is Wabash, created 2 Feb 1832, made effective 1 Mar 1835, 
   named for the Wabash River.
Wabash Shores, Tippecanoe County
Wabash Township, Adams County
Wabash Township, Fountain County
Wabash Township, Gibson County
   It was originally formed in Nov 1838, named after the Wabash River.
Wabash Township, Jay County
Wabash Township, Parke County
Wabash Township, Tippecanoe County
Waco, Daviess County
Wadena, Benton County
Wadesville, Posey County
Wagne Station, Knox County
Wagoner, Fulton County
Wakarusa, Elkhart County
Wake Robin Fields, Porter County
Wakefield, Jefferson County
Wakeland, Morgan County
Wakeville Village, Noble County
Wald View, Lake County
Waldron, Shelby County
Walesboro, Bartholomew County
Walker Park, Kosciusko County
Walker Township, Jasper County
Walker Township, Rush County
Walkerton, St. Joseph County
Walkerville, Shelby County
Wallace, Fountain County
Wallace Junction, Owen County
Wallen, Allen County
Walnut, Marshall County
Walnut Corners, Whitley County
Walnut Creek, Grant County
Walnut Gardens, Carroll County
Walnut Grove, Hamilton County
Walnut Ridge, Jennings County
Walnut Township, Marshall County
Walnut Township, Montgomery County
Walpole, Hancock County
   It was called Phoebe Fort's Corner, later called Fortville.
Walton, Cass County
Walton, Parke County
Waltz Township, Wabash County
Wanatah, La Porte County
Ward Township, Randolph County
Warren, Huntington County
Warren County
   County seat is Williamsport, created 19 Jan 1827, made effective 1 Mar 1827, 
   named after General Joseph Warren, of the American Revolution, who was 
   killed in the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Warren Township, Clinton County
Warren Township, Huntington County
Warren Township, Marion County
Warren Township, Putnam County
Warren Township, St. Joseph County
Warren Township, Warren County
Warrenton, Gibson County, Johnson Township, 47639
   It was laid off by John Withrow and W. B. Pritchett 30 Apr 1840.  
   Named after General Joseph Warren who fought in the Revolutionary War.
Warrick County
   County seat is Boonville, created 9 Mar 1813, made effective 1 Apr 1813, 
   named for Captain Jacob Warrick, who fell, leading his company at the Battle of Tippecanoe.
Warrington, Hancock County
Warsaw, Kosciusko County
Washington, Daviess County
Washington, Wayne County
   It was later called Greensfork
Washington Center, Noble County
Washington Center, Whitley County
Washington County 
   County seat is Salem, created 21 Dec 1813, made effective 14 Jan 1814, 
   named for General George Washington.
Washington Township, Adams County
Washington Township, Allen County
Washington Township, Blackford County
Washington Township, Boone County
Washington Township, Brown County
Washington Township, Carroll County
Washington Township, Cass County
Washington Township, Clark County
Washington Township, Clay County
Washington Township, Clinton County
Washington Township, Daviess County
Washington Township, Dearborn County
Washington Township, Decatur County
Washington Township, Delaware County
Washington Township, Elkhart County
Washington Township, Gibson County
   Originally formed in Aug 1824, named after George Washington.
Washington Township, Grant County
Washington Township, Greene County
Washington Township, Hamilton County
Washington Township, Harrison County
Washington Township, Hendricks County
Washington Township, Jackson County
Washington Township, Knox County
Washington Township, Kosciusko County
Washington Township, La Porte County
Washington Township, Marion County
Washington Township, Miami County
Washington Township, Monroe County
Washington Township, Morgan County
Washington Township, Newton County
Washington Township, Noble County
Washington Township, Owen County
Washington Township, Parke County
Washington Township, Pike County
Washington Township, Porter County
Washington Township, Putnam County
Washington Township, Randolph County
Washington Township, Ripley County
Washington Township, Rush County
Washington Township, Shelby County
Washington Township, Starke County
Washington Township, Tippecanoe County
Washington Township, Warren County
Washington Township, Washington County
Washington Township, Wayne County
Washington Township, Whitley County
Waterford, La Porte County
Waterford Mills, Elkhart County
Waterloo, De Kalb County
Waterloo, Fayette County
Waterloo, Johnson County
Waterloo Township, Fayette County
Watson, Clark County
Watson Station, Greene County, Jefferson Township
Waugh, Boone County
Waveland, Montgomery County
Waverly, Morgan County
Waverly Woods, Morgan County
Wawaka, Noble County
Wawasee, Kosciusko County
Wawasee Village, Kosciusko County
Wawpecong, Miami County
Waycross, Brown County
Waymansville, Bartholomew County
Wayne, Wayne County
Wayne Center, Noble County
Wayne County
   County seat is Richmond, created 27 Nov 1810, made effective 1 Jan 1811, 
   named for General Anthony Wayne, who defeated Little Turtle.
Wayne Township, Allen County
Wayne Township, Bartholomew County
Wayne Township, Fulton County
Wayne Township, Hamilton County
Wayne Township, Henry County
Wayne Township, Huntington County
Wayne Township, Jay County
Wayne Township, Kosciusko County
Wayne Township, Marion County
Wayne Township, Montgomery County
Wayne Township, Noble County
Wayne Township, Owen County
Wayne Township, Randolph County
Wayne Township, Starke County
Wayne Township, Tippecanoe County
Wayne Township, Wayne County
Waynedale, Allen County
Waynesburg, Decatur County
Waynesville, Bartholomew County
Waynetown, Montgomery County
Wayport, Monroe County
Wea Township, Tippecanoe County
Weaver, Grant County
Weaver City, Benton County
   Later called Ambia.
Webers Landing, Lagrange County
Webster, Wayne County
Webster Township, Harrison County
Webster Township, Wayne County
Weddleville, Jackson County
Wegan, Jackson County
Weisburg, Dearborn County
Welborn Switch, Posey County
Wellington Heights, Shelby County
Wells, Miami County
Wells County
   County seat is Bluffton, created 7 Feb 1835, made effective 1 May 1837, 
   named after Captain William H. Wells, son-in-law to Chief Little Turtle, who was 
   killed by Indians 15 Aug 1812, near Chicago, while taking the garrison of Fort 
   Dearborn to Fort Wayne.
Wellsboro, La Porte County
Wellsburg, Wells County
Wesley, Montgomery County
Wesley Manor, Clinton County
West Atherton, Parke County
West Baden Springs, Orange County
West Brook Downs, Monroe County
West Clinton, Vermillion county
West College Corner, Union
West Creek Township, Lake County
West Dana, Vermillion County
West Elwood, Tipton County
West Fork, Crawford County
West Franklin, Posey County
West Grove, Wayne County
West Harrison, Dearborn County
West Lafayette, Tippecanoe County
West Lebanon, Warren County
West Liberty, Howard County
West Liberty, Jay County
West Melcher, Parke County
West Middleton, Howard County
West Muncie, Delaware County
West New Goshen, Vigo County
West Noblesville, Hamilton County
West Overlook, Brown County
West Petersburg, Pike County
West Point Township, White County
West Saratoga, Gibson County
   Listed in the 1881 Atlas.
West Terre Haute, Vigo County
West Township, Marshall County
West Union, Fayette County
   It was called Lawstown, it was called Lawsburg, later called Everton.
West Union, Madison County
   Later called Chesterfield.
West Union, Parke County
West Whiteland, Johnson County
Westchester, Allen County
Westchester, Jay County
Westchester Township, Porter County
Western Acres, Porter County
Western Village, Madison County
Westfield, Hamilton County
Westfield, St. Joseph County
Westhill, Porter County
Westland, Hancock County
Westland, Putnam County
Westlawn, Allen County
Westmoor, Allen County
Westphalia, Knox County
Westpoint, Tippecanoe County
Westport, Decatur County
Westside, Dearborn County
Westview, Steuben County
Westville, La Porte County
Westwood, Henry County
Westwood Square, Grant County
Wheatfield, Jasper County
Wheatfield Township, Jasper County
Wheatland, Knox County
Wheatonville, Warrick County
Wheeler, Porter County
Wheeling, Carroll County
   It was called Carroll.
Wheeling, Delaware County
Wheeling, Gibson County, Washington Township, 47649
   It was platted 4 Jul 1856 by Davis and Price and Hussey and Mills.  It was called Kirksville.
Whiskey Run Township, Crawford County
Whitaker, Morgan County
Whitcomb, Franklin County
Whitcomb Heights, Vigo County
White Cloud, Harrison County
White County
   County seat is Monticello, created 1 Feb 1834, made effective 1 Apr 1834, 
   named after Colonel Isaac White of Gallatin County, Illinois.  Colonel White 
   volunteered his services as a private during the Battle of Tippecanoe.
White Link, Hendricks County
   It was called Hampton, later called Smootsdell, later called Avon.  
White Post Township, Pulaski County
White River, Gibson County
White River Township, Gibson County
   It was originally formed 10 May 1813.
White River Township, Hamilton County
White River Township, Johnson County
White River Township, Randolph County
White Rose, Greene County
White Sulphur Springs, Pike County
Whitehall, Owen County
Whiteland, Johnson County
Whiteoak, Pike County
Whites Crossing, Greene County, Stockton Township
Whitestown, Boone County
Whitesville, Montgomery County
Whitewater, Wayne County
Whitewater Township, Franklin County
Whitfield, Martin County
Whiting, Lake County
Whitley County
   County Seat is Columbia City, created 7 Feb 1835, made effective Apr 1838, 
   named for Colonel William Whitley, of Lincoln County, Kentucky, who was killed 
   fighting in the battle of the River Thames in 1813 at the age of 64.
Wickliffe, Crawford County
Wickville, Clay County
Widner Township, Knox County
Wilbur, Morgan County
Wildcat Township, Tipton County
Wilders, La Porte County
Wildwood, Steuben County
Wildwood Lake, Orange County
Wilfred, Sullivan County
Wilkinson, Hancock County
Williams, Adams County
Williams, Lawrence County
Williamsburg, Wayne County
Williamsport, Warren County
Williamstown, Decatur County
Willis, Knox County
Willisville, Pike County
Willow Branch, Hancock County
Willow Creek, Porter County
Willow Prairie, Steuben County
   It was called Brockville, later called Fremont.
Willow Valley, Martin County
Willowbrook Estates, Morgan County
Wills Township, La Porte County
Wilmington, Dearborn County
Wilmington Township, DeKalb County
Wilmot, Noble County
Wilshire, Clinton County
Wilson, Clark County
Wilson, Porter County
Wilson Corner, Shelby County
Winamac, Pulaski County
Winchester, Randolph County
Windfall, Tipton County
Windfield Township, Lake County
Windham, Gibson County
   It was laid off 5 Apr 1855 by Franklin and Rebecca Ritchey.
Windom, Martin County
Windsor, Randolph County
Winfield, Lake County
Wingate, Montgomery County
Winona, Starke County
Winona Lake, Kosciusko County
Winslow, Pike County
Winthrop, Warren County
Wirt, Jefferson County
Wirt Station, Jefferson County
Wiser, Morgan County
Witmer Manor, Lagrange County
Witts Station, Union County
Wolcott, White County
Wolcottville, Noble County
Wolff, Morgan County
Wolflake, Noble County
Wood Township, Clark County
Woodburn, Allen County
Woodbury, Hancock County
Woodcrest, Morgan County
Woodgate, Vigo County
Woodland, St. Joseph County
Woodland Hills, Lagrange County
Woodland Park, Delaware County
Woodland Park, Lagrange County
Woodlawn, Delaware County
   Later called Desoto.
Woodlawn Grove, Orange County
Woodlawn Heights, Madison County
Woodmar, Lake County
Woodruff, Lagrange County
Woodside Park, Clinton County
Woodville, Henry County
Woodville, Lawrence County
Woodville, Porter County
Woodville Hills, Monroe County
Wooley Corner, Fountain County
Wooster, Kosciusko County
Wooster, Scott County
Worth Township, Boone County
Worthington, Greene County, Jefferson Township
Wright Township, Greene County
Wrights Corner, Dearborn County
Wyandot, Tippecanoe County
Wyandotte, Crawford County
Wyatt, St. Joseph County
Wynnsboro, Harrison County