Sumner County Cities and Towns

Below are a list of the localities that we have encountered in our searches of Sumner County Kansas genealogy and history. If you know of others, please comment about them below.

Cities and Towns

  1. Adamsville
  2. Alton (*)
  3. Anson
  4. Argonia
  5. Argyle (*)
  6. Ashton
  7. Ashton
  8. Belle Plaine
  9. Bitter Creek (*)
  10. Bushnell (*)
  11. Caldwell
  12. Chikaskia (*)
  13. Cicero
  14. Cleardale (*)
  15. Conway Springs
  16. Corbin
  17. Dalton
  18. Doster
  19. Drury
  20. Ewell
  21. Geuda Springs
  22. Guelph (*)
  23. Hessville (*)
  24. Hunnewell
  25. Hurst Crossing (*)
  26. Levy (*)
  27. Littleton (*)
  28. Londen
  29. Mayfield
  30. Metcalf
  31. Milan
  32. Millerton
  33. Milton
  34. Missouri Flat (*)
  35. Mulvane
  36. Orie (*)
  37. Oxford
  38. Paton
  39. Peck
  40. Perth
  41. Portland
  42. Rex
  43. Riverdale
  44. Roland
  45. Rolling Green (*)
  46. Rome
  47. Salt City
  48. South Haven
  49. Sumner (*)
  50. Sunset (*)
  51. Sunny Slope (*)
  52. Suppesville
  53. Swedona (*)
  54. Wellington
  55. Whitman
  56. Zyba

(*) Twenty “ghost towns” of Sumner county were named in the Kansas City (Mo.) Times July 19, 1935. The list included: Sumner, Clear Dale, Orie, Chikaskia, Hurst Crossing, Alton, Hessville, Levy, Sunset, Sunny Slope, Beverly, Rolling Green, Argyle, Littleton, Swedona, Bushnell, Missouri Flat, Guelph, Bitter Creek and Kitley.

Townships

  1. Avon
  2. Belle Plaine
  3. Bluff
  4. Caldwell
  5. Chikaskia
  6. Conway
  7. Creek
  8. Dixon
  9. Downs
  10. Eden
  11. Falls
  12. Gore
  13. Greene
  14. Guelph
  15. Harmon
  16. Illinois
  17. Jackson
  18. Kitley (*)
  19. London
  20. Morris
  21. Osborne
  22. Oxford
  23. Palestine
  24. Ryan
  25. Seventy-Six
  26. South Haven
  27. Springdale
  28. Sumner
  29. Val Verde
  30. Walton
  31. Wellington

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