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Randolph County History

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Date: 5 Oct 1795
Location: Randolph County, Illinoismap
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Randolph County, Illinois Project

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Randolph county is situated on the southwest borders of the State of Illinois, and bisected at right angles by the 38th degree of North latitude, and the 90th degree of longitude west from Greenwich, England. It is an irregular district, triangular in outline, and bounded on the north by Monroe, St. Clair, and Washington counties, on the east by Perry and Jackson counties, and on the south and west by the Mississippi river and Monroe county.[1]

Communities

County Seat

The County Seat is Chester (was Kaskaskia from 1795-1847). The county government web site is www.randolphco.org.

Precincts

  • Baldwin
  • Blair
  • Bremen
  • Brewersville
  • Central
  • Chester
  • Coulterville
  • Ellis Grove
  • Evansville
  • Kaskaskia
  • Palestine
  • Percy
  • Prairie Du Rocher
  • Red Bud
  • Rockwood
  • Ruma
  • Sparta
  • Steelville
  • Tilden
  • Wine Hill

City

  • Chester
  • Red Bud
  • Sparta

Village

  • Baldwin
  • Coulterville
    Previously: Grand Cote
  • Ellis Grove
  • Evansville
  • Kaskaskia
  • Percy
  • Prairie Du Rocher
  • Rockwood
    Previously: Liberty
  • Ruma
  • Steelville
    Previously: Georgetown
  • Tilden

Extinct Communities

Crains Island





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