HOLT COUNTY TOWNS

Click on the name for a little history; some with surnames

PRESENT TOWNS OF HOLT COUNTY
Amelia Atkinson Chambers Emmet Ewing
Inman O'Neill Page Redbird Stuart

1915 HOLT COUNTY TOWNSHIP LIST
Atkinson
Chambers
Cleveland
Conley
Deloit
Dustin
Emmet
Ewing
Fairview
Francis
Grattan
Green Valley
Inman
Iowa
Lake
McClure
Paddock
Pleasant View
Rock Falls
Sand Creek
Saratoga
Scott
Shamrock
Sheridan
Shields
Steel Creek
Stuart
Swan
Verdigris
Willow Dale
Wyoming

LOST TOWNS OF HOLT COUNTY
Communities That No Longer Exist Or Whose Name Has Changed
Agee
Angora Station
Anncar
Apple Creek
Badger
Belknap
Biscuit
Blackbird
Blanchard
Bliss
Brewer
Brodie
Burton Creek
Cache Creek
Carns
Carson
Catalpa
Cedar
Celia
Chelsea
Cleveland
Clifton
Clifton Grove
Conley
Deloit
Dewey
Disney
Dorsey
Doty
Downey
Dustin
Eagle or Eagle Mills
Emporia
Ferndale
Ford
Frickle
Gillespie
Grand Rapids
Gravel Pit
Greeley
Green Valley
Hainesville
Hammond
Harold
Harriet
Hart or Harte
Haypoint
Hollman
Holt Creek
Inez
Inglis
Inman Grove
Josie
Joy
Keya Paha
Kirkwood
Knievels Corner
Kola
Krugman
Lake City
Lambert
Laskar
Laura
Lavinia
Leona or Leonie
Little
Lucerne
Maple or Maple Grove
Martha
Meek
Menlo
Middle Branch
Midway
Mineola
Mineral
Moore
Norwood
O'Marel
O'Neill City
Opportunity
Paddock
Parker
Perryville
Phoenix
Pleasant Valley
Pumpkin Center
Ray
Richmond
Riverside
Rockfalls
Rockford
Saratoga
Scottville
Shamrock
Shebesta
Sizer
Slocum
South Side
Stafford
Stanley
Star
Steele Creek
Stewart
Still Creek
Swan
Tonawanda
Tonic
Troy
Twing
Twin Lakes or Twin Lasser Lakes
Turner
Winfield

LOST TOWNS THAT CHANGED NAMES
Lost Town Changed To
Apple Creek Steel Creek, Omarel, Dorsey
Clifton Grove Clifton
Ford Ewing
Greeley (Greeley Center) Phoenix
Holt City Rockford
Inman's Grove Inman
Mineral Dorsey
O'Neill City O'Neill
Pleasant Valley Page
Rockford O'Neill City
Troy Paddock
(Paddock was the first Holt County seat)
Turner Eagle Mills

LOST TOWNS THAT CHANGED COUNTIES:
Some towns ceased to exist as Holt County towns when county boundary lines were changed about 1881-1882.

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