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POST OFFICES OF MEADE COUNTY

The following list came from a small booklet that listed all the Post Offices in Kansas. Meade County was established March 20, 1873; disappeared February 22, 1883, absorbed by Finney, Ford and Seward Counties; then re-established March 13, 1885. These were not all towns, and some of them didn't last long... some of them even moved around from one person's home to another... but they were used as an address for the people who got their mail there.

POST OFFICE

FIRST APPOINTEE

 

POST OFFICE

FIRST APPOINTEE

Atwater Albert H. Counterman   Luke Calvin F. Vaughn
Belle Meade Reuben A. Milligan   Meade George S. Selvidge
Byers John M. Byers   Meade Center William A. Sprigg
Carmen Joseph A. Chlumsky   Mertilla William H. Ebey
Carthage Deloss Atchinson   Miles Mary A. Busing
Collingwood Elmer C. Vanderburg   Missler Miles E. Dahmer
Fowler Thomas H. Campbell   Nye Mrs. Hattie Dickey
Fringer Charles Heinz   Odee Lalban Lemert
Gilbert John L. Benson   Pearlette Addison Bennett
Helen Wilbern C. Ebersole   Plains Edward Butler
Helvetia Adrien Sautter   Rainbelt Rufus H. Wells
Jalma Nancy M. Wilkins   Redbluff Jacob Cordes
Jasper Mrs. E.A. Howard   Skidmore Miss L.M. Herrick
Joash John A. Headlee   Spring Lake Oliver Norman
Laconia David K. Griffin   Uneda Sterling E. Mathews
Lakeland Edward McGuinn   West Plains Morris T. Roberts

 

 

 

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