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Ware, Iowa

Ware got its start following construction of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad through that territory. It was named for Francis L. Ware, who owned the town site.

Washington Township, Buena Vista County, Iowa

Washington Township covers an area of 34.81 square miles 90.2 km 2 and contains one incorporated settlement, Truesdale. According to the USGS, it contains one cemetery, Buena Vista Memorial Park.

Washington Township, Crawford County, Iowa

Washington Township covers an area of 36.03 square miles 93.3 km 2 and contains one incorporated settlement, Buck Grove. According to the USGS, it contains four cemeteries: Buck Grove, Clinton County Farm, Washington Township and Washington Township.

Washington Township, Plymouth County, Iowa

Washington Township is a township in Plymouth County, Iowa in the United States. The township is named after George Washington. The elevation of Washington Township is listed as 1227 feet above mean sea level.

Waterford Township, Clay County, Iowa

Waterford Township covers an area of 35.56 square miles 92.1 km 2 and contains no incorporated settlements. According to the USGS, it contains one cemetery, First Reformed Church.

West Side Township, Crawford County, Iowa

West Side Township covers an area of 36.02 square miles 93.3 km 2 and contains two incorporated settlements: Vail and Westside. According to the USGS, it contains two cemeteries: Saint Anns and Westside. The streams of King Creek and Miller Creek ...

Westfield Township, Plymouth County, Iowa

Westfield Township is a township in Plymouth County, Iowa in the United States. The township is named after. The elevation of Westfield Township is listed as 1319 feet above mean sea level.

Wheatland Township, Carroll County, Iowa

Wheatland Township covers an area of 35.37 square miles 91.6 km 2 and contains one incorporated settlement, Breda. According to the USGS, it contains one cemetery, Wheatland.

Williams Township, Calhoun County, Iowa

Williams Township was created in 1870. It was originally intended to name the township "Three Williams" after its founders, William Stott, William Bush, and William Kennedy, but when the township was organized the "three" was omitted.

Willow Township, Cherokee County, Iowa

Willow Township covers an area of 36.3 square miles 94 km 2 and contains two incorporated settlements: Quimby and Washta. According to the USGS, it contains two cemeteries: Grandview and Sunset View.

Willow Township, Crawford County, Iowa

Willow Township covers an area of 35.78 square miles 92.7 km 2 and contains no incorporated settlements. According to the USGS, it contains one cemetery, Willow Township. The stream of Middle Willow Creek runs through this township.

Bellair Township, Appanoose County, Iowa

Bellair Township covers an area of 24.01 square miles 62.2 km 2 and contains one settlement, Numa. According to the USGS, it contains five cemeteries: Baker, County Farm, Felkner, Livengood and Numa.

Benton Township, Cass County, Iowa

Benton Township covers an area of 34.53 square miles 89.4 km 2 and contains no incorporated settlements. According to the USGS, it contains two cemeteries: Highland and Saint Josephs.

Berea, Iowa

A post office called Berea was established in 1894, and remained in operation until 1908. The community was named after the Ancient Greek city of Berea.

Bethesda, Iowa

Bethesda is an unincorporated community in Douglas Township, Page County, Iowa, United States. Bethesda is located along county highways M63 and J20 7.7 miles north-northwest of Clarinda.

Bingham, Iowa

Bingham is an unincorporated community in Grant Township, Page County, Iowa, United States. Bingham is located along County Highway M41 5.1 miles east-southeast of Shenandoah.

Black Hawk Township, Jefferson County, Iowa

Black Hawk Township is located in Jefferson County, Iowa. The population is 314 with 161 males and 153 females. The land area is 36.7 square miles with no water area.

Bloomington Township, Decatur County, Iowa

The township contains two cemeteries: Elk and Lillie.

Botna, Iowa

Botna was platted in 1884. It was originally named Rochdale, after an English town of the same name. The name Botna is a shortened reference to the name of the nearby river.

Brighton Township, Cass County, Iowa

Brighton Township covers an area of 35.55 square miles 92.1 km 2 and contains one incorporated settlement, Marne. According to the USGS, it contains one cemetery, Brighton.

Burrell Township, Decatur County, Iowa

Burrell Township covers an area of 35.8 square miles 92.72 square kilometers; of this, 0.12 square miles 0.3 square kilometers or 0.32 percent is water. The streams of Elk Creek and Potteroff Creek run through this township.

Caldwell Township, Appanoose County, Iowa

Caldwell Township covers an area of 38.63 square miles 100.1 km 2 and contains one incorporated settlement, Exline. According to the USGS, it contains five cemeteries: Hism, New Hope, Salem, Union and Zoar.

Canby, Iowa

A post office called Canby was established in 1873, and remained in operation until 1908. A Quaker church once stood near the town site. Little remains of the original community.

Carl Township, Adams County, Iowa

Carl Township covers an area of 35.79 square miles 92.7 km 2 and contains no incorporated settlements. According to the USGS, it contains two cemeteries: Carl and Mount Zion.

Cass Township, Cass County, Iowa

Cass Township covers an area of 35.67 square miles 92.4 km 2 and contains one incorporated settlement, Lewis. According to the USGS, it contains two cemeteries: Oakwood and Smith.

Center Township, Decatur County, Iowa

Decatur Township west High Point Township east Leon Township southwest Eden Township south Woodland Township southeast Long Creek Township northwest Burrell Township southwest Franklin Township north Garden Grove Township northeast

Chariton Township, Appanoose County, Iowa

Chariton Township covers an area of 22.98 square miles 59.51 km 2 and contains no incorporated settlements. According to the USGS, it contains four cemeteries: Antioch, Fleenor, Iconium and Salem.

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