ⓘ Sunman, Indiana

                                     

ⓘ Sunman, Indiana

A post office has been in operation at Sunman since 1833. John Sunman, an early postmaster, gave the place his name. Sunman had its start as a town in 1856 when the railroad was extended to that point.

                                     
  • through the Ripley County communities of Batesville, Morris, Spades and Sunman and the Dearborn County towns of Weisburg, Kennedy, Guilford and Greendale
  • American Civil War. He entered service at Sunman Indiana and he served in the Union Army in Company G, 83rd Indiana Infantry. He received the Medal of Honor
  • School is the sole high school of the Sunman - Dearborn Community School Corporation, located in St. Leon, Indiana It serves students from the northern
  • and 0.54 square miles 1.4 km2 or 1.23 is water. Batesville partial Sunman Morris Penntown Spades US Board on Geographic Names United States Geological
  • moved to the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference in 1962. They were replaced by two schools: Shawe Memorial in 1962, and Sunman in 1964. Versailles became
  • traffic volumes were 5, 740 vehicles and 450 commercial vehicles AADT between Sunman and I 74. The southernmost portion of the route is 0.48 miles 0.77 km
  • Spencer - Owen Community Schools Springs Valley Community School Corporation Sunman - Dearborn Community School Corporation Switzerland County School Corporation
  • County Historical Society Museum Sullivan County, Indiana Retrieved 23 December 2015. Sunman Historical Museum Ripley County Tourism. Retrieved
  • 359. Moore - Langen. Places, Indiana 18 November 2011 A Visit To Sunman and Milan, Indiana A Travel Guide to Southern Indiana Mossy Feet Books. p. 8.
  • Dearborn County, Indiana During its brief term of service, the 104th marched from Greensburg to Lawrenceburg, Indiana by way of Sunman s Station, before