Pittsboro, Indiana

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Pittsboro is a town in Middle Township, Hendricks County, Indiana, United States. The population was 2,567 in 2008.[3]



The town of Pittsboro was founded on December 9, 1834, by Simon T. Hadley and Wiliam L. Matlock. The town was named "Pittsborough" in honor of Hadley's home in North Carolina. The spelling was later changed to "Pittsboro".

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