The First Five Townships of St. Joseph Co.

///The First Five Townships of St. Joseph Co.
The First Five Townships of St. Joseph Co. 2013-04-10T13:35:12+00:00

The original St. Joseph County as of October 30, 1829, was organized into five large townships as listed below and shown in the map below:

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  • White Pigeon Township included the present townships of Lockport, Florence, Fabius, Constantine, Mottville, and White Pigeon.
  • Sherman Township included the present townships of Sherman, Colon, Nottawa, Burr Oak, Fawn River, and Sturgis.
  • Flowerfield Township included the present townships of Flowerfield, Leonidas, Mendon, and Park.
  • Brady Township included the present counties of Kalamazoo and Barry.
  • Greene Township included the present counties of Branch, Calhoun, and Eaton