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Whitewater, Indiana

Zip Code: 47330
Population: 70

Whitewater, Indiana is located in Franklin Township in the northeast corner of Wayne County. Children in this community attend Northeastern Wayne Schools.


Northeastern Wayne School Corporation

Government Services

For Emergencies: Call 9-1-1

Service Address Phone Number
Fire Department DIAL 9-1-1

Elected Officials

Elected Official Position Phone
Angel Butler Clerk-Treasurer / Town Council Member  
Dean Mills Town Council Member  
Jerry Powell Town Council Member  
Eric Brittehnam Town Council Member  
Tim Williams Town Council Member  
Franklin Township Trustee, John Roll 7925 Arba Pike 765.
Dale A. Spencer Frankllin Township Board Member  
Scott Stemple Frankllin Township Board Member  
Don Berger Frankllin Township Board Member  


Whitewater, Indiana Whitewater Masonic Temple Whitewater Christian Church

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Businesses, Churches and Organizations

Organization Address Phone Number
Whitewater Christian Church 7918 North State Road 227 765.847.2925
Whitewater Masonic Temple 7982 State Road 227 North Charter Date: May 24, 1854

History and Genealogy

Whitewater at the turn of the century.Whitewater was originally named Hillsborough. It was platted in 1828.

Read an excerpt from the "History of Wayne County, Indiana", referencing Whitewater.

Supplied Historical Photo: Whitewater, IN SchoolWhitewater School - see larger version here.

Those with family history in Whitewater may be interested in this page featuring an Addleman family reunion photo.

Others may be interested in this classroom photo from 1930.


Map of Whitewater, Indiana

Map of Franklin Township


Graphic: Calendar with "Today's Events" on the front page.

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City of Richmond, Indiana

Featured Member

Richmond Rotary Club

Community Photo

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Wayne County | WayNet Albums

Did You Know?

Richmond native, C. Francis Jenkins, is recognized as the inventor of the first motion picture projector and was a pivotal inventor in early television.