Abington, Indiana

Zip Code: 47330
Est. Township Population: 908

Abington, Indiana is located in Abington Township along the southern border of Wayne County. Children in this community attend Centerville-Abington Community Schools.

The first pioneers move to Wayne County, Richard Rue and George Holman, along with Joseph Cox and Thomas McCoy and their families, settled in the Elkhorn and Abington areas of the county in 1805. The Town of Abington was laid out in 1817.

Abington Township is hilly and quite wooded, making it a beautiful area for a fall drive. Don't miss the chance to stop into the old-fashioned Abington General Store, where you can enjoy a piece of homemade pie!

Education

Centerville-Abington Community Schools

Government Services

For Emergencies: Call 9-1-1

Service Address Phone Number
Abington Township Fire Department 4618 Pottershop Road DIAL 9-1-1
Non-emergency: 765.855.3950
Abington Township Trustee 4842 Pottershop Road 765.855.2698

Photos

Fall in Abington Whitewater Valley - Southern Wayne County A Fall Drive Along South River Road

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Businesses, Churches and Organizations

Organization Address Phone Number
Abington General Store 6776 Abington Pike 765.855.3706
Abington Christian Church 6775 Abington Pike 765.855.2705

History and Genealogy

Abington, Indiana Bridge

George & Mary Jarrett of Abington, Indiana

Maps

Map of Abington, Indiana

Map of Abington Township


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