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Boone

  1. Boone is the 480th most popular last name (surname) in the United States; frequency is 0.024%; percentile is 34.706 [SourceCBN]
  2. Boone, Arkansas, United States [County] includes Alpena [Populated], Batavia, Bear Creek Springs, Bellefonte [Populated], Bellville, Bergman [Populated], Boone, Burlington, Capps, Crawford, Crest, Cricket, Diamond City [Populated], Dugger, Elmwood, Everton [Populated], Gaither, Grubb Springs, Harmon, Harrison [Populated], Hopewell, Keener, Lead Hill [Populated], Lick Branch, Little Arkansaw, Lowry, Myrtle, New Hope, Olvey, Omaha [Populated], Pleasant Ridge, Prosperity, Rally Hill, Red Bank, Ridgeway, Self, South Lead Hill [Populated], Sycamore, Valley Springs [Populated], Willis, Winington, Wooden Hills, Zinc [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  3. Boone, Arkansas, United States [County]; population was 28,297 in 1990; housing units was 12,380 in 1990; location is 3619'N 936'W; land area is 591.22 square miles (378,384 acres); water area is 10.64 square miles (6,812 acres); FIPS code is 9 [SourceCBP]
  4. Boone, Arkansas, United States [Place] is in Boone County; location is 3628'25"N 931'15"W [SourceGSP]
  5. Boone, Colorado, United States [Populated Place] is in Pueblo County; location is 3814'55"N 10415'23"W; elevation is 4,476 feet [SourceGSP]
  6. Boone, Colorado, United States [Town]; population was 341 in 1990; housing units was 147 in 1990; location is 3815'N 10415'W; land area is 0.45 square miles (287 acres); FIPS code is 7795 [SourceCBP]
  7. Boone, Colorado, United States Postal Service Zip Code is 81025 [SourcePSZ]
  8. Boone, Illinois, United States [County] includes Argyle, Beaverton Crossroads, Belvidere [Populated], Blaine, Caledonia, Capron [Populated], Garden Prairie, Herbert, Hunter, Irene, Lawrence, Poplar Grove, Russellville [SourceGSP]
  9. Boone, Illinois, United States [County]; population was 30,806 in 1990; housing units was 11,477 in 1990; location is 4220'N 8849'W; land area is 281.39 square miles (180,090 acres); water area is 0.57 square miles (365 acres); FIPS code is 7 [SourceCBP]
  10. Boone, Indiana, United States [County] includes Advance [Populated], Big Springs, Brendan Wood, Dover, Eagle Village, Eaglewood Estates, Elizaville, Elmwood, Fayette, Gadsden, Hazelrigg, Jamestown, Jamestown, Lebanon [Populated], Log Cabin Crossroads, Max, Mechanicsburg, Milledgeville, New Brunswick, Northern Meadows, Northfield, Northfield Village, Pike, Rosston, Royalton, Russell Lake, Shannondale, Shepherd, Stringtown, Terhune, Thorntown, Thorntown, Ulen [Populated], Waugh, Whitestown [Populated], Zionsville [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  11. Boone, Indiana, United States [County]; population was 38,147 in 1990; housing units was 14,516 in 1990; location is 403'N 8628'W; land area is 422.75 square miles (270,559 acres); water area is 0.56 square miles (359 acres); FIPS code is 11 [SourceCBP]
  12. Boone, Iowa, United States [City]; population was 12,392 in 1990; housing units was 5,332 in 1990; location is 423'N 9353'W; land area is 8.85 square miles (5,663 acres); FIPS code is 7480 [SourceCBP]
  13. Boone, Iowa, United States [County] includes Angus, Beaver [Populated], Berkley [Populated], Boone [Populated], Boxholm [Populated], Centerville, Coal Valley, Ericson, Fraser [Populated], Jordan, Logansport, Luther [Populated], Mackey, Madrid [Populated], Moingona, Ogden [Populated], Ontario, Pilot Mound [Populated], Ridgeport, Wolf [SourceGSP]
  14. Boone, Iowa, United States [County]; population was 25,186 in 1990; housing units was 10,371 in 1990; location is 422'N 9356'W; land area is 571.49 square miles (365,754 acres); water area is 2.05 square miles (1,314 acres); FIPS code is 15 [SourceCBP]
  15. Boone, Iowa, United States [Populated Place] is in Boone County; location is 423'35"N 9352'48"W [SourceGSP]
  16. Boone, Iowa, United States Postal Service Zip Code is 50036 [SourcePSZ]
  17. Boone, Kentucky, United States [County] includes Beaverlick, Belleview (Grant P O), Big Bone, Bullittsville, Burlington, Commissary Corner, Constance, Devon, Florence [Populated], Francisville, Hamilton, Hebron, Hopeful Heights, Hueys Corners, Hume, Idlewild, Kensington, Limaburg, Marydale, McVille, Petersburg, Rabbit Hash, Richwood, Stringtown, Sugartit, Taylorsport, Union [Populated], Verona, Walton, Walton, Waterloo [SourceGSP]
  18. Boone, Kentucky, United States [County]; population was 57,589 in 1990; housing units was 21,476 in 1990; location is 3858'N 8444'W; land area is 246.27 square miles (157,612 acres); water area is 10.71 square miles (6,854 acres); FIPS code is 15 [SourceCBP]
  19. Boone, Kentucky, United States [Place] is in Rockcastle County; location is 3731'3"N 8419'0"W; elevation is 1,051 feet [SourceGSP]
  20. Boone, Missouri, United States [County] includes Ashland [Populated], Browns, Centralia [Populated], Claysville, Columbia [Populated], Deer Park, Easley, Elkhurst, Englewood, Furner, Hallsville [Populated], Harg, Harrisburg [Populated], Hartsburg [Populated], Hinton, Huntsdale, McBaine, Midway, Minnie, Murry, Oldham, Pierpont, Prathersville, Providence, Riggs, Rocheport [Populated], Rucker, Sapp, Shaw, Stephens, Sturgeon [Populated], Switzler, Wilton, Woodlandville [SourceGSP]
  21. Boone, Missouri, United States [County]; population was 112,379 in 1990; housing units was 44,695 in 1990; location is 3859'N 9218'W; land area is 685.38 square miles (438,646 acres); water area is 5.81 square miles (3,716 acres); FIPS code is 19 [SourceCBP]
  22. Boone, Nebraska, United States [County] includes Akron, Albion [Populated], Boone, Closter, Loretto, Petersburg [Populated], Primrose [Populated], Raeville, Saint Edward, Vothees [SourceGSP]
  23. Boone, Nebraska, United States [County]; population was 6,667 in 1990; housing units was 2,878 in 1990; location is 4142'N 984'W; land area is 686.74 square miles (439,516 acres); water area is 0.56 square miles (356 acres); FIPS code is 11 [SourceCBP]
  24. Boone, Nebraska, United States [Place] is in Boone County; location is 4137'35"N 9755'2"W [SourceGSP]
  25. Boone, Nebraska, United States Postal Service Zip Code is 68625 [SourcePSZ]
  26. Boone, North Carolina, United States [Populated Place] is in Watauga County; location is 3613'0"N 8140'29"W; elevation is 3,266 feet [SourceGSP]
  27. Boone, North Carolina, United States [Town]; population was 12,915 in 1990; housing units was 4,534 in 1990; location is 3613'N 8140'W; land area is 5.49 square miles (3,512 acres); FIPS code is 7080 [SourceCBP]
  28. Boone, North Carolina, United States Postal Service Zip Code is 28607 (Downtown), 28608 (Appalachian State Univ) [SourcePSZ]
  29. Boone, Oklahoma, United States [Place] is in Caddo County; location is 3453'55"N 9827'42"W [SourceGSP]
  30. Boone, Pennsylvania, United States [Place] is in Somerset County; location is 400'33"N 7850'55"W [SourceGSP]
  31. Boone, Tennessee, United States [Place] is in Washington County; location is 3622'41"N 8226'15"W; elevation is 1,617 feet [SourceGSP]
  32. Boone, Texas, United States [Place] is in Hale County; location is 3414'41"N 10148'42"W; elevation is 3,439 feet [SourceGSP]
  33. Boone, Virginia, United States [Place] is in Chesapeake City; location is 3650'32"N 7626'2"W [SourceGSP]
  34. Boone, West Virginia, United States [County] includes Adams, Andrew, Ashford, Bald Knob, Bandytown, Barrett, Bigson, Bim, Bloomingrose, Blue Pennant, Bob White, Bradley, Breece, Brushton (Costa Post Office), Cabot, Cameo, Cazy, Clinton, Clothier, Comfort, Coopertown, Danville [Populated], Dartmont, Dodson Junction, Easly, Eden, Elk Run Junction, Emmons, Foch, Foster, Fosterville, Garrison, Gordon, Greenview, Greenwood, Grippe, Hewett, Hopkins Fork, Horse Creek Junction, Janie, Jeffrey, Joes Creek, Johns, Julian, Keith, Kirbyton, Kohlsaat, Lanta, Layville, Lindytown, Low Gap, Madison [Populated], Manila, Marnie, Marthatown, Maxine, Milltown, Morrisvale, Mount Hope, Nellis, Nelson, Orgas, Ottawa, Peytona, Pondco, Powell Creek, Prenter, Price Hill, Quinland, Racine, Ramage, Ridgeview, Rock Creek, Rocklick, Rumble, Secoal, Seth, Sharlow, South Madison, Stark, Sylvester [Populated], Turtle Creek, Twilight, Uneeda, Van, Washington Heights, West Junction, Wharton, Whitesville [Populated], Williams Mountain [SourceGSP]
  35. Boone, West Virginia, United States [County]; population was 25,870 in 1990; housing units was 10,705 in 1990; location is 381'N 8143'W; land area is 503.02 square miles (321,935 acres); water area is 0.20 square miles (126 acres); FIPS code is 5 [SourceCBP]


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