About Posey County
In 1814 Posey County was named for Indiana Territorial Governor Thomas Posey. The county seat of Posey is Mt. Vernon, the largest town with a population of 7478 (2000 census). Posey County is largely a farming county but has an industrial past and large industry today located mainly in the area near the Ohio River.
Townships of Posey County
Bethel, Black, Center, Harmony, Lynn, Marrs, Point, Robb Robinson, Smith
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History of Posey County Indiana
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Posey County Queries
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Places To Visit In And Around Posey County
Indiana State Library Genealogy Division
Indiana Commission on Public Records, Archives
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Indiana State Archives: Posey County Databases
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