The United States District Court for the District of Indiana was established on March 3, 1817, by 3 Stat. 390. The District was subdivided into Northern and Southern Districts on April 21, 1928, by 45 Stat. 437. Of all district courts that have been subdivided, Indiana existed for the longest time as a single court, 111 years.
|Judge||Appointed by||Began active
|Anderson, Albert BarnesAlbert Barnes Anderson||Theodore Roosevelt||01902-12-08December 8, 1902||01925-01-13January 13, 1925||reappointment|
|Baker, John HarrisJohn Harris Baker||Benjamin Harrison||01892-03-29March 29, 1892||01902-12-08December 8, 1902||retirement|
|Baltzell, Robert C.Robert C. Baltzell||Calvin Coolidge||01925-01-13January 13, 1925||01928-04-21April 21, 1928||reassigned to Southern
District of Indiana
|Gresham, Walter Q.Walter Q. Gresham||Ulysses S. Grant||01869-09-01September 1, 1869||01883-04-09April 9, 1883||resignation|
|Holman, Jesse LynchJesse Lynch Holman||Andrew Jackson||01835-09-16September 16, 1835||01842-03-14March 14, 1842||death|
|Huntington, Elisha MillsElisha Mills Huntington||John Tyler||01842-05-02May 2, 1842||01862-10-26October 26, 1862||death|
|McDonald, DavidDavid McDonald||Abraham Lincoln||01864-12-13December 13, 1864||01869-08-25August 25, 1869||death|
|Parke, BenjaminBenjamin Parke||James Monroe||01817-03-06March 6, 1817||01835-07-12July 12, 1835||death|
|Slick, Thomas WhittenThomas Whitten Slick||Calvin Coolidge||01925-02-17February 17, 1925||01928-04-21April 21, 1928||reassigned to Northern
District of Indiana
|Smith, Caleb BloodCaleb Blood Smith||Abraham Lincoln||01862-12-22December 22, 1862||01864-01-07January 7, 1864||death|
|White, Albert SmithAlbert Smith White||Abraham Lincoln||01864-01-18January 18, 1864||01864-09-04September 4, 1864||death|
|Woods, William AllenWilliam Allen Woods||Chester A. Arthur||01883-05-02May 2, 1883||01892-03-21March 21, 1892||reappointment|
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