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इलिनोइया आपालं काउन्टीत प्रारम्भिक अमेरिकी नेता, विशेषयाना अमेरिकी क्रान्तिकारी हताःया नेतातयेगु, Tippecanoeया ल्वापूया व सन् १८१२या हताःया सिपाहींतयेगु नामं नामाकरण जूगु खनेदु। छुं नां प्राकृतिक रुप वा मेमेगु राज्यया काउन्टीतयेगु नामं तःगु नं खनेदु। छुं काउन्टीतयेगु नां प्रारम्भिक इलिनोइ नेतातयेगु नामं नं वःगु दु। निगु काउन्टीतयेगु नां आदिवासी अमेरिकी पुचः व छगू काउन्टीया नां आदिवासी अमेरिकनतयेगु नसाया नामं वःगु दु।

इलिनोइय् थ्व राज्यया दकले नांजाम्ह मनु अब्राहम लिङ्कनया नामं काउन्टी मदुसां वय्कःया राजनैतिक प्रतिद्वन्द्वी स्तिफन ए दगलसया नामं दगलस काउन्टी धाःगु काउन्टी धाःसा दु। थ्व राज्यय् अमेरिकी गृह हतान्ह्यःया ईले कन्फेदरेत तसकलं समर्थन यानादिम्ह जन सी क्यालहन ([John C. Calhoun)या नामं क्यालहन काउन्टी नं दु। यक्व काउन्टीतयेगु नां दक्षिणीतयेगु नामं वःगु दु, गुकिलिं थ्व राज्य भर्जिनियाया उपनिवेषया भूभाग जूगु व आपालं दक्षिणीतयेसं बसोबास पलिस्था याःगु खनेदु। थ्व राज्यय् छगू नं काउन्टीया नां गृहयुद्धया युनियनिस्ततेगु नामं मदु। थ्व राज्यया आपालं काउन्टीया नां हता स्वया न्ह्यः हे दयेधुंकुगुलिं थ्व जूगु खनेदु। थ्व राज्यय् दिवित क्लिन्टन (DeWitt Clinton)या नामं निगु काउन्टी दु।

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Adams एडम्स काउन्ति 001 क्विन्सी 1825 पाइक काउन्टी जन क्विन्सी एडम्स (1767–1848), संरा अमेरिकाया ६म्ह राष्ट्रपति &10000000000067103000000६७,१०३ &10000000000000857000000८५७ sq mi
(&10000000000002220000000२,२२० km2)
State map highlighting Adams County
Alexander अलेक्जेन्डर काउन्ति 003 कायरो 1819 युनियन काउन्टी William M. Alexander, a settler and state representative in the Illinois General Assembly &10000000000008238000000८,२३८ &10000000000000236000000२३६ sq mi
(&10000000000000611000000६११ km2)
State map highlighting Alexander County
Bond Bond काउन्ति 005 Greenville 1817 Crawford County, Edwards County, and Madison County Shadrach Bond (1773–1832), First Governor of Illinois &10000000000017768000000१७,७६८ &10000000000000380000000३८० sq mi
(&10000000000000984000000९८४ km2)
State map highlighting Bond County
Boone Boone काउन्ति 007 Belvidere 1837 Winnebago County Daniel Boone (1734-1820), trailblazer of the Wilderness Road in Kentucky &10000000000054165000000५४,१६५ &10000000000000281000000२८१ sq mi
(&10000000000000728000000७२८ km2)
State map highlighting Boone County
Brown Brown काउन्ति 009 Mount Sterling 1839 Schuyler County Jacob Brown (1775–1828), a successful American Revolution army officer responsible for Great Lakes defenses &10000000000006937000000६,९३७ &10000000000000306000000३०६ sq mi
(&10000000000000793000000७९३ km2)
State map highlighting Brown County
Bureau Bureau काउन्ति 011 Princeton 1837 Putnam County Pierre de Bureo, Frenchman, North American fur trader &10000000000034978000000३४,९७८ &10000000000000869000000८६९ sq mi
(&10000000000002251000000२,२५१ km2)
State map highlighting Bureau County
Calhoun Calhoun काउन्ति 013 Hardin 1825 Pike County John C. Calhoun (1782–1850), South Carolina senator and seventh Vice President of the United States &10000000000005089000000५,०८९ &10000000000000254000000२५४ sq mi
(&10000000000000658000000६५८ km2)
State map highlighting Calhoun County
Carroll Carroll काउन्ति 015 Mount Carroll 1839 Jo Daviess Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737–1832), signed the Declaration of Independence on behalf of Maryland &10000000000015387000000१५,३८७ &10000000000000444000000४४४ sq mi
(&10000000000001150000000१,१५० km2)
State map highlighting Carroll County
Cass Cass काउन्ति 017 Virginia 1837 Morgan County Lewis Cass (1782–1866), second governor of Michigan Territory, fourteenth United States Secretary of War &10000000000013642000000१३,६४२ &10000000000000376000000३७६ sq mi
(&10000000000000974000000९७४ km2)
State map highlighting Cass County
Champaign Champaign काउन्ति 019 Urbana 1833 Vermilion County Champaign County, Ohio, which took its name from the French for "open level country" &10000000000201081000000२०१,०८१ &10000000000000997000000९९७ sq mi
(&10000000000002582000000२,५८२ km2)
State map highlighting Champaign County
Christian काउन्ति 021 Taylorville 1839 Sangamon County Christian County, Kentucky, which was itself named after Colonel William Christian &10000000000034800000000३४,८०० &10000000000000709000000७०९ sq mi
(&10000000000001836000000१,८३६ km2)
State map highlighting County
Clark Clark काउन्ति 023 Marshall 1819 Crawford County George Rogers Clark (1752–1818), highest-ranking officer in the Northwest Territory during the American Revolution &10000000000016335000000१६,३३५ &10000000000000502000000५०२ sq mi
(&10000000000001300000000१,३०० km2)
State map highlighting Clark County
Clay Clay काउन्ति 025 Louisville 1824 Wayne, Lawrence, Fayette, and Crawford County Henry Clay (1777–1852), Kentucky legislator who negotiated the Missouri Compromise &10000000000013815000000१३,८१५ &10000000000000469000000४६९ sq mi
(&10000000000001215000000१,२१५ km2)
State map highlighting Clay County
Clinton Clinton काउन्ति 027 Carlyle 1824 Washington, Bond, and Fayette County DeWitt Clinton (1769–1828), Governor of New York, responsible for the construction of the Erie Canal &10000000000037762000000३७,७६२ &10000000000000474000000४७४ sq mi
(&10000000000001228000000१,२२८ km2)
State map highlighting Clinton County
Coles Coles काउन्ति 029 Charleston 1830 Clark and Edgar County Edward Coles (1786–1868), second Governor of Illinois, responsible for the abolition of slavery in Illinois &10000000000053873000000५३,८७३ &10000000000000508000000५०८ sq mi
(&10000000000001316000000१,३१६ km2)
State map highlighting Coles County
Cook Cook काउन्ति 031 Chicago 1831 Putnam County Daniel Pope Cook (1794–1827), politician and first Attorney General of Illinois &10000000005194675000000५,१९४,६७५ &10000000000000946000000९४६ sq mi
(&10000000000002450000000२,४५० km2)
State map highlighting Cook County
Crawford Crawford काउन्ति 033 Robinson 1816 Edwards County William H. Crawford (1772–1834), ninth United States Secretary of War, seventh Secretary of the Treasury &10000000000019817000000१९,८१७ &10000000000000444000000४४४ sq mi
(&10000000000001150000000१,१५० km2)
State map highlighting Crawford County
Cumberland Cumberland काउन्ति 035 Toledo 1843 Coles County Disputed: Cumberland Road, which entered the county; Cumberland, Maryland; or Cumberland River in Kentucky &10000000000011048000000११,०४८ &10000000000000346000000३४६ sq mi
(&10000000000000896000000८९६ km2)
State map highlighting Cumberland County
DeKalb DeKalb काउन्ति 037 Sycamore 1837 Kane County Johann de Kalb (1721–1780), German soldier in the Continental Army who fought alongside Gilbert du Motier, marquis de Lafayette &10000000000105160000000१०५,१६० &10000000000000634000000६३४ sq mi
(&10000000000001642000000१,६४२ km2)
State map highlighting DeKalb County
DeWitt DeWitt काउन्ति 039 Clinton 1839 Macon and McLean County DeWitt Clinton (1769–1828), Governor of New York, responsible for the construction of the Erie Canal &10000000000016561000000१६,५६१ &10000000000000398000000३९८ sq mi
(&10000000000001031000000१,०३१ km2)
State map highlighting DeWitt County
Douglas Douglas काउन्ति 041 Tuscola 1859 Coles County Stephen A. Douglas (1813–1861), prominent Illinois Democrat who engaged in debates with Abraham Lincoln &10000000000019980000000१९,९८० &10000000000000417000000४१७ sq mi
(&10000000000001080000000१,०८० km2)
State map highlighting Douglas County
DuPage DuPage काउन्ति 043 Wheaton 1839 Cook County DuPage River &10000000000916924000000९१६,९२४ &10000000000000334000000३३४ sq mi
(&10000000000000865000000८६५ km2)
State map highlighting DuPage County
Edgar Edgar काउन्ति 045 Paris 1823 Clark County John Edgar (c. 1750–1832), Illinois delegate to the Northwest Territory legislature; at time, wealthiest man in Illinois &10000000000018576000000१८,५७६ &10000000000000624000000६२४ sq mi
(&10000000000001616000000१,६१६ km2)
State map highlighting Edgar County
Edwards Edwards काउन्ति 047 Albion 1814 Gallatin County and Madison County Ninian Edwards (1775–1833), third Governor of the State of Illinois and only governor of the Illinois Territory &10000000000006721000000६,७२१ &10000000000000222000000२२२ sq mi
(&10000000000000575000000५७५ km2)
State map highlighting Edwards County
Effingham Effingham काउन्ति 049 Effingham 1831 Fayette and Crawford County Lord Edward Effingham, military officer who resigned from the British Army to avoid fighting the American colonies &10000000000034242000000३४,२४२ &10000000000000479000000४७९ sq mi
(&10000000000001241000000१,२४१ km2)
State map highlighting Effingham County
Fayette Fayette काउन्ति 051 Vandalia 1821 Bond, Wayne, Clark, Jefferson, and Crawford County Marquis de la Fayette (1757–1834), French military officer who was a key factor in the American and French Revolutions. &10000000000022140000000२२,१४० &10000000000000716000000७१६ sq mi
(&10000000000001854000000१,८५४ km2)
State map highlighting Fayette County
Ford Ford काउन्ति 053 Paxton 1859 Vermilion County Thomas Ford (1800–1850), eighth Governor of Illinois; served during the Illinois Mormon War &10000000000014081000000१४,०८१ &10000000000000486000000४८६ sq mi
(&10000000000001259000000१,२५९ km2)
State map highlighting Ford County
Franklin Franklin काउन्ति 055 Benton 1818 White County and Gallatin County Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790), prolific writer, inventor, and politician; key factor in the American Revolution &10000000000039561000000३९,५६१ &10000000000000412000000४१२ sq mi
(&10000000000001067000000१,०६७ km2)
State map highlighting Franklin County
Fulton Fulton काउन्ति 057 Lewistown 1823 Pike County Robert Fulton (1765–1815), inventor of the steamboat &10000000000037069000000३७,०६९ &10000000000000866000000८६६ sq mi
(&10000000000002243000000२,२४३ km2)
State map highlighting Fulton County
Gallatin Gallatin काउन्ति 059 Shawneetown 1812 Randolph County Albert Gallatin (1761–1849), fourth and longest-serving United States Secretary of the Treasury &10000000000005589000000५,५८९ &10000000000000324000000३२४ sq mi
(&10000000000000839000000८३९ km2)
State map highlighting Gallatin County
Greene Greene काउन्ति 061 Carrollton 1821 Madison County Nathanael Greene (1742–1786), major general in the Continental Army &10000000000013886000000१३,८८६ &10000000000000543000000५४३ sq mi
(&10000000000001406000000१,४०६ km2)
State map highlighting Greene County
Grundy Grundy काउन्ति 063 Morris 1841 LaSalle County Felix Grundy (1777–1840), Tennessean senator that served as the thirteenth United States Attorney General &10000000000050063000000५०,०६३ &10000000000000420000000४२० sq mi
(&10000000000001088000000१,०८८ km2)
State map highlighting Grundy County
Hamilton Hamilton काउन्ति 065 McLeansboro 1821 White County Alexander Hamilton (1755–1804), first United States Secretary of the Treasury &10000000000008457000000८,४५७ &10000000000000435000000४३५ sq mi
(&10000000000001127000000१,१२७ km2)
State map highlighting Hamilton County
Hancock Hancock काउन्ति 067 Carthage 1825 Adams County John Hancock (1737–1793), first governor of the Massachusetts colony and president of the Second Continental Congress &10000000000019104000000१९,१०४ &10000000000000795000000७९५ sq mi
(&10000000000002059000000२,०५९ km2)
State map highlighting Hancock County
Hardin Hardin काउन्ति 069 Elizabethtown 1839 Pope County Hardin County, Kentucky, which was itself named after John Hardin &10000000000004320000000४,३२० &10000000000000178000000१७८ sq mi
(&10000000000000461000000४६१ km2)
State map highlighting Hardin County
Henderson Henderson काउन्ति 071 Oquawka 1841 Warren County Henderson County, Kentucky, which was itself named after Richard Henderson &10000000000007331000000७,३३१ &10000000000000379000000३७९ sq mi
(&10000000000000982000000९८२ km2)
State map highlighting Henderson County
Henry Henry काउन्ति 073 Cambridge 1825 Fulton County Patrick Henry (1736-1799), American Revolutionary War figure and first and sixth Governor of Virginia &10000000000050486000000५०,४८६ &10000000000000823000000८२३ sq mi
(&10000000000002132000000२,१३२ km2)
State map highlighting Henry County
Iroquois Iroquois काउन्ति 075 Watseka 1833 Vermilion County Iroquois Native Americans &10000000000029718000000२९,७१८ &10000000000001116000000१,११६ sq mi
(&10000000000002890000000२,८९० km2)
State map highlighting Iroquois County
Jackson Jackson काउन्ति 077 Murphysboro 1816 Randolph County and Johnson County Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), seventh President of the United States, United States Senator from Tennessee, and general in the War of 1812 &10000000000060218000000६०,२१८ &10000000000000588000000५८८ sq mi
(&10000000000001523000000१,५२३ km2)
State map highlighting Jackson County
Jasper Jasper काउन्ति 079 Newton 1831 Clay and Crawford County Sgt. William Jasper (c. 1750-1779), American Revolutionary War soldier popularized by Parson Weems &10000000000009698000000९,६९८ &10000000000000494000000४९४ sq mi
(&10000000000001279000000१,२७९ km2)
State map highlighting Jasper County
Jefferson Jefferson काउन्ति 081 Mount Vernon 1819 Edwards and White County Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826), third President of the United States, second Vice President of the United States, Governor of Virginia, and one of the foremost Founding Fathers of the United States &10000000000038827000000३८,८२७ &10000000000000571000000५७१ sq mi
(&10000000000001479000000१,४७९ km2)
State map highlighting Jefferson County
Jersey Jersey काउन्ति 083 Jerseyville 1839 Greene County State of New Jersey, from which many early settlers hailed &10000000000022985000000२२,९८५ &10000000000000369000000३६९ sq mi
(&10000000000000956000000९५६ km2)
State map highlighting Jersey County
Jo Daviess Jo Daviess काउन्ति 085 Galena 1827 Henry, Mercer, and Putnam County Joseph Hamilton Daveiss (1774-1811), commander of the Indiana Dragoons at the Battle of Tippecanoe &10000000000022678000000२२,६७८ &10000000000000601000000६०१ sq mi
(&10000000000001557000000१,५५७ km2)
State map highlighting Jo Daviess County
Johnson Johnson काउन्ति 087 Vienna 1812 Randolph County Richard Mentor Johnson (abt. 1780-1850), ninth Vice President of the United States and United States Senator form Kentucky &10000000000012582000000१२,५८२ &10000000000000346000000३४६ sq mi
(&10000000000000896000000८९६ km2)
State map highlighting Johnson County
Kane Kane काउन्ति 089 Geneva 1836 LaSalle County Elias Kane (1794-1835), United States Senator from Illinois &10000000000515269000000५१५,२६९ &10000000000000521000000५२१ sq mi
(&10000000000001349000000१,३४९ km2)
State map highlighting Kane County
Kankakee Kankakee काउन्ति 091 Kankakee 1853 Iroquois and Will County Kankakee River &10000000000113449000000११३,४४९ &10000000000000678000000६७८ sq mi
(&10000000000001756000000१,७५६ km2)
State map highlighting Kankakee County
Kendall Kendall काउन्ति 093 Yorkville 1841 LaSalle and Kane County Amos Kendall (1789-1869), United States Postmaster General under Presidents Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren &10000000000114736000000११४,७३६ &10000000000000321000000३२१ sq mi
(&10000000000000831000000८३१ km2)
State map highlighting Kendall County
Knox Knox काउन्ति 095 Galesburg 1825 Fulton County Gen. Henry Knox (1750-1806), American Revolutionary War general and first United States Secretary of War &10000000000052919000000५२,९१९ &10000000000000716000000७१६ sq mi
(&10000000000001854000000१,८५४ km2)
State map highlighting Knox County
Lake Lake काउन्ति 097 Waukegan 1839 McHenry County Lake Michigan &10000000000703462000000७०३,४६२ &10000000000000448000000४४८ sq mi
(&10000000000001160000000१,१६० km2)
State map highlighting Lake County
LaSalle LaSalle काउन्ति 099 Ottawa 1831 Putnam and Tazewell County Sieur de la Salle (1643-1687), French explorer of the Great Lakes. &10000000000113924000000११३,९२४ &10000000000001135000000१,१३५ sq mi
(&10000000000002940000000२,९४० km2)
State map highlighting LaSalle County
Lawrence Lawrence काउन्ति 101 Lawrenceville 1821 Crawford and Edwards County Capt. James Lawrence (1781-1813), commander of the USS Chesapeake in the War of 1812. Famous for his command "Don't give up the ship!" &10000000000016833000000१६,८३३ &10000000000000372000000३७२ sq mi
(&10000000000000963000000९६३ km2)
State map highlighting Lawrence County
Lee Lee काउन्ति 103 Dixon 1839 Ogle County "Light Horse" Henry Lee III (1756-1818), American Revolutionary War officer and ninth Governor of Virginia &10000000000036031000000३६,०३१ &10000000000000725000000७२५ sq mi
(&10000000000001878000000१,८७८ km2)
State map highlighting Lee County
Livingston Livingston काउन्ति 105 Pontiac 1837 LaSalle and McLean County Edward Livingston (1764-1836), prominent jurist, Congressman from New York and Louisiana, and U.S. Secretary of State from 1831 to 1833. &10000000000038950000000३८,९५० &10000000000001044000000१,०४४ sq mi
(&10000000000002704000000२,७०४ km2)
State map highlighting Livingston County
Logan Logan काउन्ति 107 Lincoln 1839 Sangamon County John Logan, a country doctor and early settler, and the father of John A. Logan. &10000000000030305000000३०,३०५ &10000000000000618000000६१८ sq mi
(&10000000000001601000000१,६०१ km2)
State map highlighting Logan County
Macon काउन्ति 115 Decatur 1829 Shelby County Nathaniel Macon (1758-1837), sixth Speaker of the United States House of Representatives and United States Senator from North Carolina. &10000000000110768000000११०,७६८ &10000000000000581000000५८१ sq mi
(&10000000000001505000000१,५०५ km2)
State map highlighting County
Macoupin Macoupin काउन्ति 117 Carlinville 1829 Greene County Native American word Macoupin, meaning American lotus &10000000000047765000000४७,७६५ &10000000000000864000000८६४ sq mi
(&10000000000002238000000२,२३८ km2)
State map highlighting Macoupin County
Madison काउन्ति 119 Edwardsville 1812 St. Clair County and Randolph County James Madison (1751-1836), fourth President of the United States and principal author of the Constitution of the United States. &10000000000269282000000२६९,२८२ &10000000000000725000000७२५ sq mi
(&10000000000001878000000१,८७८ km2)
State map highlighting County
Marion Marion काउन्ति 121 Salem 1823 Fayette and Jefferson County Francis Marion (c. 1732-1795), general in the American Revolutionary War known as "The Swamp Fox" &10000000000039437000000३९,४३७ &10000000000000572000000५७२ sq mi
(&10000000000001481000000१,४८१ km2)
State map highlighting Marion County
Marshall काउन्ति 123 Lacon 1839 Putnam County John Marshall (1755-1835), fourth and longest-serving Chief Justice of the United States, wrote opinion in Marbury v. Madison establishing the principle of judicial review &10000000000012640000000१२,६४० &10000000000000386000000३८६ sq mi
(&10000000000001000000000१,००० km2)
State map highlighting County
Mason Mason काउन्ति 125 Havana 1841 Tazewell and Menard County Named after Mason County, Kentucky, itself named after George Mason &10000000000014666000000१४,६६६ &10000000000000539000000५३९ sq mi
(&10000000000001396000000१,३९६ km2)
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Massac काउन्ति 127 Metropolis 1843 Pope and Johnson County Fort Massac, a colonial-era fort on the Ohio River &10000000000015429000000१५,४२९ &10000000000000239000000२३९ sq mi
(&10000000000000619000000६१९ km2)
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McDonough काउन्ति 109 Macomb 1826 Schuyler County Commodore Thomas Macdonough (1783-1825), commander of American naval forces at the Battle of Plattsburgh &10000000000032612000000३२,६१२ &10000000000000589000000५८९ sq mi
(&10000000000001526000000१,५२६ km2)
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McHenry काउन्ति 111 Woodstock 1836 Cook and LaSalle County Major William McHenry (c. 1771-1835), officer in during several campaigns against Native Americans and member of the Illinois legislature &10000000000308760000000३०८,७६० &10000000000000604000000६०४ sq mi
(&10000000000001564000000१,५६४ km2)
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McLean काउन्ति 113 Bloomington 1830 Tazewell County John McLean (1791-1830), United States Representative and United States Senator from Illinois (the latter from 1824-1825 and 1829-1830) &10000000000169572000000१६९,५७२ &10000000000001184000000१,१८४ sq mi
(&10000000000003067000000३,०६७ km2)
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Menard काउन्ति 129 Petersburg 1839 Sangamon County Pierre Menard (1766-1844), prominent early settler and first Lieutenant Governor of Illinois &10000000000012705000000१२,७०५ &10000000000000314000000३१४ sq mi
(&10000000000000813000000८१३ km2)
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Mercer काउन्ति 131 Aledo 1825 Schuyler County Hugh Mercer (1726-1777), British officer in the Seven Years' War and general in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War &10000000000016434000000१६,४३४ &10000000000000561000000५६१ sq mi
(&10000000000001453000000१,४५३ km2)
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Monroe काउन्ति 133 Waterloo 1816 Randolph County and St. Clair County James Monroe (1758-1831), seventh United States Secretary of State, eighth United States Secretary of War, Governor of Virginia, and fifth President of the United States &10000000000032957000000३२,९५७ &10000000000000388000000३८८ sq mi
(&10000000000001005000000१,००५ km2)
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Montgomery काउन्ति 135 Hillsboro 1821 Bond and Madison County Gen. Richard Montgomery (1738-1775), brigadier-general in the Continental Army who led the unsuccessful invasion of Canada &10000000000030104000000३०,१०४ &10000000000000704000000७०४ sq mi
(&10000000000001823000000१,८२३ km2)
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Morgan काउन्ति 137 Jacksonville 1823 Sangamon County Gen. Daniel Morgan (1736-1802), successful tactician in the American Revolutionary War and later United States Representative from Virginia &10000000000035547000000३५,५४७ &10000000000000569000000५६९ sq mi
(&10000000000001474000000१,४७४ km2)
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Moultrie काउन्ति 139 Sullivan 1843 Shelby and Macon County Gen. William Moultrie (1730-1805), American Revolutionary War general and Governor of South Carolina &10000000000014846000000१४,८४६ &10000000000000336000000३३६ sq mi
(&10000000000000870000000८७० km2)
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Ogle काउन्ति 141 Oregon 1836 Jo Daviess Joseph Ogle (1737-1821), early settler in southwest Illinois, who helped found the first Methodist church in Illinois &10000000000053497000000५३,४९७ &10000000000000759000000७५९ sq mi
(&10000000000001966000000१,९६६ km2)
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Peoria काउन्ति 143 Peoria 1825 Fulton County The Peoria Native American tribe &10000000000186494000000१८६,४९४ &10000000000000620000000६२० sq mi
(&10000000000001606000000१,६०६ km2)
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Perry काउन्ति 145 Pinckneyville 1827 Randolph and Jackson County Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry (1785-1819), American naval officer who led the victorious American forces at the Battle of Lake Erie &10000000000022350000000२२,३५० &10000000000000441000000४४१ sq mi
(&10000000000001142000000१,१४२ km2)
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Piatt काउन्ति 147 Monticello 1841 DeWitt and Macon County John Piatt, the patriarch of a prominent settler family in the early history of the county &10000000000016729000000१६,७२९ &10000000000000440000000४४० sq mi
(&10000000000001140000000१,१४० km2)
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Pike काउन्ति 149 Pittsfield 1821 Madison, Bond, and Clark County Zebulon Pike (1779-1813), early explorer of the American Southwest, namesake of Pikes Peak &10000000000016430000000१६,४३० &10000000000000830000000८३० sq mi
(&10000000000002150000000२,१५० km2)
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Pope काउन्ति 151 Golconda 1816 Gallatin and Johnson County Nathaniel Pope (1784-1850), early Delegate from Illinois Territory to Congress and judge on the United States District Court for the District of Illinois &10000000000004470000000४,४७० &10000000000000371000000३७१ sq mi
(&10000000000000961000000९६१ km2)
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Pulaski काउन्ति 153 Mound City 1843 Alexander and Johnson County Gen. Casimir Pulaski (1745-1779), Polish American general of cavalry in the American Revolutionary War &10000000000006161000000६,१६१ &10000000000000201000000२०१ sq mi
(&10000000000000521000000५२१ km2)
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Putnam काउन्ति 155 Hennepin 1825 Fulton County Gen. Israel Putnam (1718-1790), commander of American forces at the Battle of Bunker Hill &10000000000006006000000६,००६ &10000000000000160000000१६० sq mi
(&10000000000000414000000४१४ km2)
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Randolph काउन्ति 157 Chester 1795 St. Clair County Edmund Randolph (1753-1813), first Attorney General of the United States, and briefly United States Secretary of State &10000000000033476000000३३,४७६ &10000000000000578000000५७८ sq mi
(&10000000000001497000000१,४९७ km2)
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Richland काउन्ति 159 Olney 1841 Clay and Lawrence County Richland County, Ohio, itself named for its rich soil &10000000000016233000000१६,२३३ &10000000000000360000000३६० sq mi
(&10000000000000932000000९३२ km2)
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Rock Island काउन्ति 161 Rock Island 1831 Jo Daviess County Rock Island &10000000000147546000000१४७,५४६ &10000000000000427000000४२७ sq mi
(&10000000000001106000000१,१०६ km2)
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Saline काउन्ति 165 Harrisburg 1847 Gallatin County Salt springs within the county &10000000000024913000000२४,९१३ &10000000000000383000000३८३ sq mi
(&10000000000000992000000९९२ km2)
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Sangamon काउन्ति 167 Springfield 1821 Madison and Bond County Sangamon River &10000000000197465000000१९७,४६५ &10000000000000868000000८६८ sq mi
(&10000000000002248000000२,२४८ km2)
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Schuyler काउन्ति 169 Rushville 1825 Pike and Fulton County Gen. Philip Schuyler (1733-1804), American Revolutionary War general and United States Senator from New York &10000000000007544000000७,५४४ &10000000000000437000000४३७ sq mi
(&10000000000001132000000१,१३२ km2)
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Scott काउन्ति 171 Winchester 1839 Morgan County Scott County, Kentucky, itself named after Charles Scott &10000000000005355000000५,३५५ &10000000000000251000000२५१ sq mi
(&10000000000000650000000६५० km2)
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Shelby काउन्ति 173 Shelbyville 1827 Fayette County Isaac Shelby (1750-1826), soldier in the American Revolutionary War and War of 1812, and first and fifth Governor of Kentucky &10000000000022363000000२२,३६३ &10000000000000759000000७५९ sq mi
(&10000000000001966000000१,९६६ km2)
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St. Clair काउन्ति 163 Belleville 1790 original two counties Arthur St. Clair (1737-1818), major general in the American Revolutionary War and first Governor of the Northwest Territory &10000000000270056000000२७०,०५६ &10000000000000664000000६६४ sq mi
(&10000000000001720000000१,७२० km2)
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Stark काउन्ति 175 Toulon 1839 Knox and Putnam County Gen. John Stark (1728-1822), general in the American Revolutionary War, called the "Hero of Bennington" &10000000000005994000000५,९९४ &10000000000000288000000२८८ sq mi
(&10000000000000746000000७४६ km2)
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Stephenson काउन्ति 177 Freeport 1837 Jo Daviess and Winnebago County Benjamin Stephenson (1769-1822), representative of Illinois Territory in the United States Congress from 1814 to 1816 &10000000000047711000000४७,७११ &10000000000000564000000५६४ sq mi
(&10000000000001461000000१,४६१ km2)
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Tazewell काउन्ति 179 Pekin 1827 Sangamon County Littleton Waller Tazewell (1774-1860), United States Senator from (and later governor of) Virginia &10000000000135394000000१३५,३९४ &10000000000000649000000६४९ sq mi
(&10000000000001681000000१,६८१ km2)
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Union काउन्ति 181 Jonesboro 1818 Johnson County The federal union of the states &10000000000017808000000१७,८०८ &10000000000000416000000४१६ sq mi
(&10000000000001077000000१,०७७ km2)
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Vermilion काउन्ति 183 Danville 1826 Edgar County The Vermilion River &10000000000081625000000८१,६२५ &10000000000000899000000८९९ sq mi
(&10000000000002328000000२,३२८ km2)
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Wabash काउन्ति 185 Mount Carmel 1824 Edwards County The Wabash River &10000000000011947000000११,९४७ &10000000000000224000000२२४ sq mi
(&10000000000000580000000५८० km2)
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Warren काउन्ति 187 Monmouth 1825 Schuyler County Joseph Warren (1741-1775), played a role in American Patriot movements, a prominent early fatality in the American Revolutionary War &10000000000017707000000१७,७०७ &10000000000000543000000५४३ sq mi
(&10000000000001406000000१,४०६ km2)
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Washington काउन्ति 189 Nashville 1818 St. Clair County George Washington (1732-1799), commander-in-chief of American forces in the American Revolutionary War and first President of the United States &10000000000014716000000१४,७१६ &10000000000000563000000५६३ sq mi
(&10000000000001458000000१,४५८ km2)
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Wayne काउन्ति 191 Fairfield 1819 Edwards County Gen. "Mad" Anthony Wayne (1745-1796), major general in the United States Army in the American Revolutionary War and the Northwest Indian War &10000000000016760000000१६,७६० &10000000000000714000000७१४ sq mi
(&10000000000001849000000१,८४९ km2)
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White काउन्ति 193 Carmi 1815 Gallatin County Isaac White (1776-1811), resident of Illinois who enlisted in the Indiana militia and was killed at the Battle of Tippecanoe &10000000000014665000000१४,६६५ &10000000000000495000000४९५ sq mi
(&10000000000001282000000१,२८२ km2)
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Whiteside काउन्ति 195 Morrison 1836 Jo Daviess and Henry County Samuel Whiteside (1783-1868), state legislator and militia leader &10000000000058498000000५८,४९८ &10000000000000685000000६८५ sq mi
(&10000000000001774000000१,७७४ km2)
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Will काउन्ति 197 Joliet 1836 Cook and Iroquois County Conrad Will (1779-1835),[५] physician, local businessman and longtime member of the state legislature &10000000000677560000000६७७,५६० &10000000000000837000000८३७ sq mi
(&10000000000002168000000२,१६८ km2)
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Williamson काउन्ति 199 Marion 1839 Franklin County Hugh Williamson (1735-1819), delegate from North Carolina to the Philadelphia Convention &10000000000066357000000६६,३५७ &10000000000000424000000४२४ sq mi
(&10000000000001098000000१,०९८ km2)
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Winnebago काउन्ति 201 Rockford 1836 Jo Daviess Winnebago Native Americans &10000000000295266000000२९५,२६६ &10000000000000514000000५१४ sq mi
(&10000000000001331000000१,३३१ km2)
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Woodford काउन्ति 203 Eureka 1841 Tazewell and McLean County Gen. William Woodford (1734-1780), brigadier general in the American Revolutionary War who died while a British prisoner &10000000000038664000000३८,६६४ &10000000000000528000000५२८ sq mi
(&10000000000001368000000१,३६८ km2)
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लिधंसा[सम्पादन]

  1. EPA County FIPS Code Listing. EPA.gov. 2008-02-23 कथं।
  2. २.० २.१ २.२ २.३ National Association of Counties. Find a county. 2011-10-11 कथं।
  3. Illinois County Biographies. Genealogy Trails.com. Genealogy Trails (2000). 2008-09-21 कथं।
  4. The Origin of Illinois County Names. Genealogy Trails.com. Genealogy Trails (2000). 2008-09-21 कथं।
  5. Matile, Roger. "Reflections: Was Dr. Conrad Will really worth his salt?", 22 June 2006. Retrieved on 11 October 2011.

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