Marshall County is bounded on the north by St. Joseph County, on the east by Elkhart and Kosciusko
Counties, on the south by Kosciusko and Fulton Counties and on the west by Stark and St. Joseph Counties.
It is twenty-one miles square and contains 441 square miles. It includes Townships 32, 33, 34 and half of 35
north, and Ranges 1, 2, 3 and half of 4 east.
The northern third of Marshall County is divided into three townships: Polk, North and German. The middle
third is also divided into three townships: West, Center and Bourbon. The southern third has four
townships: Union, Green, Walnut and Tippecanoe.
- Blissville - no longer exists
- Elizabeth Town - no longer exists
- Fairmount - no longer exists
- Harris Station - no longer exists
- Lapaz Junction
- Clayton - no longer exists
- Sligo - no longer exists
- Inwood - Originally known as Pearsonville, name changed by the railroad company
- Lycurgus - no longer exists
- North Salem - no longer exists
- Union Town - no longer exists
- Panama - no longer exists
- Burr Oak
- Marmont - Originally called Union Town - no longer exists
- Argos (partial) - Originally known as Sidney, then Fremont, then Argos (pronounced Ar-gus)
- Argos (partial)
- Walnut - Originally called Fredericksburg, name changed by railroad company
- Old Tip Town - Original site of Tippecanoe, north of Tippecanoe River - no longer exists. Town was
moved south of river when railroad came through.