From "History of Warrick and it's Prominent People," Crescent Publication Co., Boonville, IN, 1909
Lynnville situated about ten miles north of Boonville, in Hart township, was laid out by John Lynn after whom it was named. Lynn opened a saddle and harness shop in the place in 1839, and Daniel Zimmerman opened a store in 1840. Among the early business men were the Kirkpatrick brothers, Vanada brothers, James McGill and Hubbard Taylor. The first church was erected by the Methodists. The village, which is one of the largest in the county, was almost burned down in 1906. It has a good representation of the various business pursuits and has one flour mill. Population: 467.
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