Collection: Jefferson Township-Clinton County Maps

"Jefferson township was organized in the year 1839 from the territory taken from Clark and Marion townships. This is one of the three townships which lie along the southern border of Clinton county. It is bounded by Brown county on the south by Clark township on the east by Marion township on the west and by Washington township on the north. 

The survey of this township was made in the winter season by one of the pioneers of the county, Peyton West, who was elected and served as county surveyor for several terms. Jefferson township took its name from the third President of the United States This township contains about twenty three square miles or fourteen thousand seven hundred and twenty acres."

Source: The History Of Clinton County. W. H. BEERS & CO. 1915.

Jefferson Township-Clinton County Maps