Jerridson County is one of Salviana's fifty-two counties. It was founded in 1871, and named after Dragoonasag Revolutionary War soldier Paul Jerridson. The seat of the county has been Hugotown since 1872.


Jerridson County came into existence in 1871. The next year, the community of Hugotown (now part of Hugotown-Womack) was founded.


Major routesEdit

  • State Route 77
  • State Route 207
  • State Route 854
  • State Route 638/Salviana Turnpike
  • DI-48

Adjacent countiesEdit

  • Domatorray County (west)
  • Pillittah County (south)
  • Ventz Hills County (east)
  • Clowerland County (north)
  • St. John County (northwest)


Jerridson County had a population of about 41,693 during the last census. The racial make-up was as follows:

Racial Make-up of Jerridson County's Population
Race Percentage Notes
Caucasian 79.4
African 7.1
Hispanic 7.0
Other 6.5

Cities, towns, and townshipsEdit

  • Hugotown (one-half of Hugotown-Womack)
  • Kancoun
  • Poppydale
  • Burns Township
  • Hilly Dale Township
  • Gates Township
  • Welch Township
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