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Dekalb

  1. Dekalb is the 52,238th most popular last name (surname) in the United States; frequency is 0.000%; percentile is 86.280 [SourceCBN]
  2. DeKalb, Alabama, United States [County] includes Adamsburg, Arona, Bankhead, Battelle, Beaty Crossroads, Biddle Crossroads, Bohannon Ford, Brooks Crossroads, Chavies, Chigger Hill, Collbran, Collinsville [Populated], Copeland Bridge, Council Bluff, Crossville, Dawson, Dog Town, Douglas, Elliott Crossroads, Fairview, Fisher Crossroads, Five Forks, Flanders, Fort Payne [Populated], Franklin Ford, Fyffe [Populated], Gann Crossroad, Geraldine [Populated], Gibson Crossroads, Gilbert Crossroads, Grove Oak, Guest, Hammondville [Populated], Henagar [Populated], Higdon, High Point, Hopewell, Horton, Hughes Mill, Ider [Populated], Kaolin, Keith, Killian Mill, Kilpatrick, Lake Howard, Lakeview, Lakewood, Lands Crossroads, Lathamville, Lawson Ford, Lebanon, Liberty, Loveless, Luttrell, Lydia, Mahan Crossroads, McKestes, Mentone [Populated], Minvale, Moores Crossroads, Mount Olive, Mount Vernon, New Home, Oak Grove, Oak Hill [Populated], Old Blevins Mill, Ophir, Painter, Pea Ridge Crossroads, Peeks Corner, Plainview, Pleasant Hill, Pope, Portersville, Powell, Powell Crossroads, Pumpkin Center, Rainsville [Populated], River Park, Riverdale, Rodentown, Rodgers, Rogers, Shiloh, Shiloh, Sigsbee, Skaggs Corner, Skirum, South Hill, Stamp, Sulphur Springs, Suttell Ford, Sylvania [Populated], Taylor Ford, Ten Broeck, Townsend Crossroads, Valley Head [Populated], Whiton, Wills Valley, Yorks Mill [SourceGSP]
  3. DeKalb, Alabama, United States [County]; population was 54,651 in 1990; housing units was 22,939 in 1990; location is 3428'N 8548'W; land area is 777.99 square miles (497,910 acres); water area is 0.73 square miles (469 acres); FIPS code is 49 [SourceCBP]
  4. DeKalb, Georgia, United States [County] includes Atlanta [Populated], Avondale Estates [Populated], Belmont, Belvedere Park [Populated], Boneville, Brookhaven, Cedar Grove, Chamblee [Populated], Clarkston [Populated], Collinsville, Constitution, Dearing [Populated], Decatur [Populated], Doraville [Populated], Druid Hills [Populated], Dunwoody [Populated], East Atlanta, East Lake, Eastland Heights, Edgewood, Glen Haven, Glenwood Hills, Kirkwood, Klondike, Lithonia [Populated], North Atlanta [Populated], North Decatur [Populated], North Kirkwood, Northwoods, Oakhurst, Panola, Panthersville [Populated], Pine Lake [Populated], Pittsburg, Redan, Rehoboth, Scottdale [Populated], Snapfinger, South Kirkwood, Stone Mountain [Populated], Tucker [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  5. DeKalb, Georgia, United States [County]; population was 545,837 in 1990; housing units was 231,520 in 1990; location is 3346'N 8414'W; land area is 268.29 square miles (171,707 acres); water area is 2.65 square miles (1,698 acres); FIPS code is 89 [SourceCBP]
  6. DeKalb, Illinois, United States [County] includes Charter Grove, Clare, Colvin Park, Cortland [Populated], De Kalb [Populated], Elva, Esmond, Fairdale, Five Points, Franks, Genoa [Populated], Hinckley [Populated], Kingston, Kirkland [Populated], Malta [Populated], McGirr, New Lebanon, Rollo, Sandwich [Populated], Shabbona [Populated], Shabbona Grove, Somonauk [Populated], Sycamore [Populated], Waterman [Populated], Wilkinson [SourceGSP]
  7. DeKalb, Illinois, United States [County]; population was 77,932 in 1990; housing units was 27,351 in 1990; location is 4154'N 8846'W; land area is 634.18 square miles (405,878 acres); water area is 0.84 square miles (536 acres); FIPS code is 37 [SourceCBP]
  8. DeKalb, Missouri, United States [County] includes Amity [Populated], Bayfield, Cameron, Clarksdale [Populated], Fairport, Fordham, Maysville [Populated], Oak, Orchid, Osborn, Santa Rosa, Stewartsville [Populated], Union Star [Populated], Weatherby [Populated], Winslow [SourceGSP]
  9. DeKalb, Missouri, United States [County]; population was 9,967 in 1990; housing units was 3,358 in 1990; location is 3954'N 9424'W; land area is 424.21 square miles (271,495 acres); water area is 1.59 square miles (1,016 acres); FIPS code is 63 [SourceCBP]
  10. Dekalb, Ohio, United States [Place] is in Crawford County; location is 4053'33"N 8246'22"W; elevation is 1,080 feet [SourceGSP]
  11. DeKalb, South Carolina, United States [Place] is in Kershaw County; location is 3422'38"N 8035'46"W; elevation is 423 feet [SourceGSP]
  12. DeKalb, Tennessee, United States [County] includes Alexandria [Populated], Antioch, Belk, Bethel, Blue Springs, Bluhmtown, Buckner, Cherry Hill, Cross Roads, Dowelltown [Populated], Helton, Jefferson, Keltonburg, Laurel Hill, Liberty, Midway, Philippi, Smithville [Populated], Snows Hill, Temperance Hall, Watkins, Williams Crossroads, Young Bend [SourceGSP]
  13. DeKalb, Tennessee, United States [County]; population was 14,360 in 1990; housing units was 6,694 in 1990; location is 3559'N 8550'W; land area is 304.59 square miles (194,937 acres); water area is 24.41 square miles (15,624 acres); FIPS code is 41 [SourceCBP]


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