The Jackson County Courthouse is located at 220 East Walnut Street, Brownstown, IN 47220; phone: (812) 522-9677.
Formed in 1816 and spread across 513 miles, the county was named for General Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States.
Jackson County is nestled is the beautiful, rolling hills or south-central Indiana. As a crossroads of Interstate 65 and US Hwy 50, Jackson County has become a growing industrial base for southern Indiana. Centrally located between Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincinnati, big-city living is merely an hourŐs drive away. In contast to thriving, growing industry, Jackson County offers serenity of rural living amoung its many small towns, family-owned farms, charming local fesitvities, rich historical sites and adundant public recreational areas. [www.jacksoncounty.in.gov]