ⓘ Wallace, Indiana

                                     

ⓘ Wallace, Indiana

Wallace, originally named Jacksonville, is a town located in Jackson Township, Fountain County, Indiana, United States. At the 2010 census, the town had a total population of 105.

                                     
  • David Wallace April 24, 1799 September 4, 1859 was the sixth governor of the US state of Indiana The Panic of 1837 occurred just before his election
  • Wallace Junction is an unincorporated community in Taylor Township, Owen County, in the U.S. state of Indiana Wallace Junction is located at 39 27 49 N
  • Zerelda Gray Sanders Wallace August 6, 1817 March 19, 1901 was the First Lady of Indiana from 1837 to 1840, and a temperance activist, women s suffrage
  • Territory, politician, diplomat, and author from Indiana Among his novels and biographies, Wallace is best known for his historical adventure story
  • Wallace may refer to: Clan Wallace in Scotland Wallace given name Wallace surname Wallace from Wallace and Gromit Wallace Pokemon Wallace Sin City
  • politician David Wallace Indiana politician 1799 1859 American politician, governor of the state of Indiana David Wardrope Wallace 1850 1924 Canadian
  • Governor Wallace may refer to: David Wallace Indiana politician 1799 1859 6th Governor of Indiana George Wallace 1919 1998 45th Governor of Alabama
  • Susan Arnold Elston Wallace December 25, 1830 October 1, 1907 was an American author and poet from Crawfordsville, Indiana In addition to writing
  • The General Lew Wallace Study Museum, formerly known as the Ben - Hur Museum, is located in Crawfordsville, Indiana It was declared a National Historic
  • War. The 11th Indiana was enlisted in Indianapolis, Indiana to serve 90 days, with Lew Wallace as its colonel and George McGinnis as lieutenant colonel
  • Wallace a livery stable owner from Peru, Indiana and his business partner, James Anderson, bought a circus in 1884 and created The Great Wallace Show