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Welcome to
Cumberland County, Illinois
History & Genealogy

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Cumberland County, Illinois Court House
140 E Main St
Toledo, IL 62468
Phone: 217-849-2631

Cumberland County was created on March 2, 1823, from parts of Coles County. It is named for the National Road (Cumberland Road), which was projected to run through it.

Biographies
1884 Biographical Index
Births
not started
Census
not started
Cemeteries
not started
History
1884 Table of Contents
Updated 9/17/2023
Libraries
not started
Military Records
from 1884 History of
Cumberland Co., IL
Newspapers
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Cities:

* Neoga
 
* Casey (mostly in Clark County)
Villages:
* Greenup
* Jewett
* Monrose (mostly in Effingham County)
* Toledo (seat)
Townships:
* Cottonwood
* Crooked Creek
* Greenup
* Neoga
* Spring Point
* Sumpter
* Union
* Woodbury
Unincorporated Communities:
* Bradbury
* Dees
* Hazel Dell
* Janesville
* Johnstown
* Liberty Hill
* Lillyville
* Maple Point
* Neal
* Roslyn
* Timothy
* Union Center
* Vevay Park
* Walla Walla
* Woodbury
Other older places:  
* Centerville
* Diona
* Rainsburg



 

 

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County Seat:     Toledo
Year Organized:     1823 
Square Miles:     347 Sq. Mi.
Named for the Cumberland Road
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ADJACENT COUNTIES:
1. Coles (North)
2. Clark County (East)
3. Jasper County (South)
4. Effingham County (Southwest)
5. Shelby County (West)

 

 

 


 

 

 

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