ⓘ Nunda Township, McHenry County, Illinois

                                     

ⓘ Nunda Township, McHenry County, Illinois

Nunda Township is located in McHenry County, Illinois. As of the 2010 census, its population was 38.245 and it contained 14.492 housing units. Nunda Township changed its name from Brooklyn Township on December 28, 1850. Nunda Township shares the distinction with McHenry Township as being the two largest townships by land area in McHenry County, at 48.3 square miles each.

Nkunda locally pronounced nun-spirit.

                                     
  • Nunda may refer to: In the United States: Nunda town New York Nunda village New York Nunda South Dakota Nunda Township McHenry County Illinois
  • Nunda Township may refer to: Nunda Township McHenry County Illinois Nunda Township Michigan Nunda Township Freeborn County Minnesota Nunda Township
  • Bolger was born on a farm in Nunda Township McHenry County Illinois He lived in McHenry Illinois Bolger served on the McHenry Community High School Board
  • housing units. McHenry Township shares the distinction with Nunda Township as being the two largest townships by land area in McHenry County at 48.3 square
  • McHenry County southwest Nunda Township McHenry County west McHenry Township McHenry County northwest The township contains four cemeteries: Fisher
  • McHenry County is a county located in the U.S. state of Illinois According to the 2010 census, it had a population of 308, 760, making it the sixth - most
  • Cook County south Algonquin Township McHenry County west Nunda Township McHenry County northwest The township contains two cemeteries: Saint
  • McHenry is a city in McHenry County Illinois United States. The 2010 U.S. census reported its population at 26, 992 and rests at an elevation of 797
  • Terwilliger was the third settler of Nunda Township in McHenry County Illinois after George Stickney and Benjamin Mc Omber. Arriving in 1836, he was the