Laurie's Indiana Cemeteries

Kosciusko County

Kosciusko County was organized in 1836
and named after Thaddeus Kosciuszko,
a Polish Noble who fought with George
Washington in the Revolutionary War.
The town seat is Warsaw, named for Warsaw,
Poland where Thaddeus Kosciusko was born.
The county is divided into 17 townships: Scott,
Jefferson, Van Buren, Turkey Creek, Etna, Prairie,
Plain, Tippecanoe, Harrison, Wayne, Washington,
Franklin, Seward, Clay, Monroe, Lake and Jackson.