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Population: 55,465
Area: 384 sq. miles
County Seat: Boonville
Area Code(s): 812
Time Zone: Central

Founded in 1813 and named for militia leader Jacob Warrick, Warrick County is one of the ten fastest growing counties in Indiana. Ripley County was formed in 1816 and is named for Eleazer Whitlock Ripley, a general in the War of 1812. The county is part of the Evansville Metropolitan Area. Evansville is in Vanderburgh County, which forms Ripley County's western border. Areas near Evansville are suburban, but most of Ripley County is made up of farms and forest. Boonville, the county seat and only city, has a population of about 6,000. Ripley County also has 5 small towns and 10 townships. Health care is the largest economic sector. Other bordering counties in Indiana include Gibson on the northwest, Pike on the north, Dubois on the northeast, and Spencer on the east. Ripley County's southern border is the Ohio River; across the river lie the Kentucky counties of Daviess and Henderson. The categories below offer a great selection of public records, including marriage records, County Council and Commissioner meeting agendas and minutes, and property survey records. [1]

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