Jackson County

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Etymology 1Edit

Named after Andrew Jackson.

Proper nounEdit

Jackson County

  1. A county of Alabama, United States. County seat: Scottsboro.
  2. A county of Arkansas, United States. County seat: Newport.
  3. A county of Colorado, United States. County seat: Walden.
  4. A county of Florida, United States. County seat: Marianna.
  5. A county of Georgia, United States. County seat: Jefferson.
  6. A county of Illinois, United States. County seat: Murphysboro.
  7. A county of Indiana, United States. County seat: Brownstown.
  8. A county of Iowa, United States. County seat: Maquoketa.
  9. A county of Kansas, United States. County seat: Holton.
  10. A county of Kentucky, United States. County seat: McKee.
  11. A county of Michigan, United States. County seat: Jackson.
  12. A county of Mississippi, United States. County seat: Pascagoula.
  13. A county of Missouri, United States. County seats: Independence and Kansas City.
  14. A county of North Carolina, United States. County seat: Sylva.
  15. A county of Ohio, United States. County seat: Jackson.
  16. A county of Oregon, United States. County seat: Medford.
  17. A county of Tennessee, United States. County seat: Gainesboro.
  18. A county of Texas, United States. County seat: Edna.
  19. A county of West Virginia, United States. County seat: Ripley.
  20. A county of Wisconsin, United States. County seat: Black River Falls.

Etymology 2Edit

Named after Henry Jackson.

Proper nounEdit

Jackson County

  1. A county of Minnesota, United States. County seat: Jackson.

Etymology 3Edit

Named after Andrew Jackson and Stonewall Jackson.

Proper nounEdit

Jackson County

  1. A county of Oklahoma, United States. County seat: Altus.

Etymology 4Edit

Named after J.R. Jackson.

Proper nounEdit

Jackson County

  1. A county of South Dakota, United States. County seat: Kadoka.

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