Hettinger County, North Dakota, USA Map

  >     >  

ROLL Reunion
[ TRANSLATE: ]

Other NORTH DAKOTA Maps

North Dakota Towns of our Forefathers.

1974 Terraserver on-line aerial map (view "Topo", then change to "aerial").

Hettinger County on-line map - MapQuest.com mapping web site.


HETTINGER COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA MAP WITH TOWNSHIP NAMES AND RANGES

HETTINGER COUNTY, SOUTHWESTERN NORTH DAKOTA
Founding: Hettinger County was established on March 9, 1883 and organized April 17, 1907 with Mott as the county seat. The territorial legislator, Erastus A. Williams, named the county after his father-in-law, Mathias K. Hettinger (1810-1890) of Freeport, IL. Later, the southern half of the county became Adams County.
Area: 1135 square miles.
Population: In 1930, the population was at it's peak with almost 9,000. The population is now below 3,000.
Cities: Acklin, Alden, Alton, Bentley, Berry, Budapest, Burt, Cedar, Chase, Church, Coalbank, Coal City, Edton, Graber, Havelock, Hettinger, Hoosier, Horswill, Howser, Inez, Jordan, Kennedy, Liberty, Mayflower, Millizen, Mott, New England, New England City, Opgrand, Regent, Roper, Rosenfeld, Schutz, Spalding, Stanwick, Strehlow, Thirtymile, Watrous, Willa.

 Walker Township Maps - These maps show a 1910 and 2000 close-up of the sections where George ROLL (1867-1938) and Sebastian ROLL (1873-1930) homesteaded. The village of Willa is also listed.



 Steiner Township Maps - These maps show a 1910 and 2000 close-up of the sections where Joseph ROLL (1877-1918) homesteaded. St. Placidus is also listed.



Other NORTH DAKOTA Maps

North Dakota Towns of our Forefathers.



   ROLL Reunion

"The German is like a willow.
No matter which way you bend him,
he will always take root again."
- Alexander Solzhenitsyn -


Questions, Comments, Suggestions to WebMaster.   Thank you.  © Copyright 2000 - 2013