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Noble County is located in far northeastern Indiana. The county seat is Albion and the largest city is Kendallville. Noble county was named for a family that was influential in Indiana politics, including the Indiana governor at the time (1831-1837) Noah Noble and his brother, James, who served as the state's first senator after it gained statehood. Eight fire departments protect the county's 47,532 (2018) residents and 417 square miles.

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