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Surveyor

County Surveyor Responsibilities
 
The duties of the County Surveyor are described in Indiana Code 36-2-12.  Some of these duties include:

  • Perpetuates and maintains Section Corners, Militia Donation Corners, Location Corners, Survey Corners as well as Luke Decker Claim corners as originally established within the county
  • Serves as an ex officio member of the County Drainage Board
  • Manages the construction, reconstruction and maintenance of all county-regulated drains for the county drainage board
  • Maintains legal survey record books and other survey plats and data

In addition to the statutory obligations described above, the Gibson County Surveyor's Office is involved in the following areas of county service:

  • Development of Gibson County's GIS
  • Assisting other County Offices (ie Commissioners, Highway Department, Assessor, Auditor, etc.)
 

Gibson County Surveyors

 

​2017 - Present
​Scott Martin
2005 - 2016   
    Michael W. Stevenson
1961 - 2004
Harry G. Morrison
1949 - 1960
Hollis G. Bass
1945 - 1948
Thomas H. Blythe
1943 - 1944
Mark H. Dedman
1937 - 1942
Harry C. Morrison
1935 - 1936
Kenneth S. Hollis
1909 - 1934
Harry C. Morrison
1903 - 1908
Henry H. Niekamp
1899 - 1902
Garrard M. Emmerson
1897 - 1898
Edwyn E. Watts
1887 - 1896
Garrard M. Emmerson
1873 - 1887
Alexander H. Polk
1871 - 1873
Daniel S. W. Miller
1868 - 1870
Charles A. Slayback
1865 - 1867
Alexander H. Polk
1865
William T. Stillwell
1865
Alfred Poland
1863 - 1864
Alexander H. Polk
1859 - 1862
William T. Stillwell
1851 - 1858
Alexander H. Polk
1845 - 1850
James Smith

 



David Robb, Robert M. Evans, and Purnel Fisher were County Surveyor prior to James Smith, but it is unknown as to the exact years in which they served.

Gibson County Surveyor 
 
 
Scott Martin
 
Gibson County Surveyor's Office
Courthouse
101 N Main Street
Princeton, IN 47670

PH 812.385.4853
FAX 812.761.2638