Topic: Directory

1867 Lakeville Massachusetts Directory

Aldrich John E. shoemaker Allen Clothier, farmer Allen John, farmer Allen John F. farmer Andrews Gustavus G. carpenter Andrews Stillman S. carpenter Ashley Abraham, teamer Ashley David, farmer Ashley John C. farmer Ashley John E. farmer Ashley Joseph, farmer Ashley Josiah K. cooper Ashley Luther, mason and farmer Ashley Silas P. farmer Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now Back George, shoemaker Baker Abisha, farmer Baker Freeman, farmer Baker Josiah, farmer Baker Marcus, farmer Baker Simeon, farmer Baker William, farmer Baker William 2d farmer Barney George, farmer Barney William, farmer Barrows Elijah W. clergyman Bassett Charles H. shoemaker Benton William H. Bishop Dexter, hack-driver Booth Henry B. farmer Briggs Jonathan C. fanner Briggs Joseph H. carpenter Briggs Peltiah, farmer Brown Edward, shoemaker Bump Josiah B. shoemaker Bump Thomas W. shoemaker Canedy Alexander, laborer Canedy Elkanah W. farmer Canedy John W. farmer Canedy William, farmer Carpenter Henry G. hotel-keeper Carpenter William H. hotel-keeper Carver Gilbert W. laborer Caswell Abraham, shoemaker Caswell Abraham H. shoemaker Caswell Eliab, farmer Caswell...

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1867 Kingston Massachusetts Directory

Adams Charles, farmer Adams Frederic C. butcher Adams George, butcher Adams George T. butcher Adams Henry L. sea captain Adams William S. sea captain Amos Bern. F. clerk Andrews Samuel M. overseer in Co. Mill Bagwell Frederic, farmer Bagnell John C. shoemaker Baker L. C. pattern maker Baker Levi, sea captain Baker Otis jr., sea captain Bailey Caleb E. blacksmith Bailey Justus A. seaman Bailey Nahum, organ manuf. Bailey Nahum jr., variety store Bailey Thomas, organ maker Bailey W. B. seaman Bartlett C. A. ship joiner Bartlett Lysander, ship carpenter Bartlett Uriah, farmer Bartlett Walter S. house carpenter Bates Caleb, farmer Bearse Ichabod, farmer Bearse John, farmer Beal Joseph S. attorney Beal Thomas, clerk Berry Roscoe G. laborer Beytes A. M. rope maker Bicknell George T. seaman Bicknell Thomas, tack maker Bisbee Daniel, organ maker Bisbee Daniel jr., shoemaker Bonney John A. shoemaker Bonney John, shoemaker Bonney Wallace, house painter Bowker Davis W. marble cutter Bradford Alden S. farmer Bradford Alpheus, shoemaker Bradford Amos, tack maker Bradford George A. tack maker Bradford George B. shoemaker Bradford H. S. road master Bradford Jason, fish merchant Bradford Orin W. earthenware manuf. Bradford Peleg, farmer Bradford Stephen, box board and shingles Bradford William, farmer Brewster Elisha, farmer Brewster Spenser, farmer Briggs Seneca F. wheelwright Brooks Nathan, town clerk Bryant. C. E. shoemaker Bryant George B. laborer Bryant James H. farmer Bryant Nathaniel,...

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1867 Hull Massachusetts Directory

Anderson James, fisherman Anderson Lewis, mariner Augustus George T. fisherman Augustus John, mariner Augustus John jr., fisherman Bates Marshall fisherman Bates Thomas keeper of Boston Light Carney William B. house carpenter Carter Charles A. fisherman Cleverly John M. pilot Cobb Elisha T. mariner Cobb Joseph, mariner Cobb Orlando D. telegraph operator Dill Davis W. fisherman Gould Robert house carpenter Hayden John, fisherman Hillier James, fisherman Hobbs George fisherman Hooper Charic J. Asst. light keeper Hooper Nathaniel R. spit light keeper James Joshua, fisherman James Riennier, mariner James Samuel, mariner James William, mariner James William W. mariner Knight Charles H. farmer Knight Edward G. house carpenter Knight John G. school teacher Knight Martin, farmer Kimball Noah, fisherman Loring Lewis P. farmer Loring Samuel, farmer Lowe James jr. fisherman Matthews Gideon, house- carpenter McKann Francis, fisherman Milleken Clement, laborer Mitchell Alonzo L. fisherman Mitchell Harrison, mariner Mitchell Henry O. farmer Mitchell Nicholas, fisherman Pope Andrew V. fisherman Pope Benjamin F. fisherman Pope James W. fisherman Pope Joseph, grocer Pope Joseph, post master Pope Joseph, telegraph operator Pope William, fisherman Reed Daniel D. fisherman Reed John, fisherman Ripley Nehamiah, Prop’r Rockland house Sawyer Samuel H. pilot Shore Robert, asst light keeper, Boston Light Sirovich Lewis fisherman Sirovich Nicholas, fisherman Tower John W. farmer Turner James, fisherman Vining Alexander proprietor Mansion...

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1867 Hingham Massachusetts Directory

Adams George, shoe cutter r North Adams George M. shoemaker, r Hull Anderson Miles D, mariner, r Beal Andrews Benjamin, clerk, South Andrews Henry, gentleman r Whiting Andrews John, gentleman r Whiting Bailey Caleb, livery stable, Summer Baker James L. merchant (Boston), bds Main Baker John, gentleman, r Main Ballentine William, rope maker, r Cedar Barnard John, variety and fancy goods North Barnes Benjamin, farmer, r North Barnes Caleb H. house-carpenter, r East Barnes Edwin, carpenter, r Summer Barnes George, carpenter, r North Barnes Henry, farmer, r Weir Barnes Isaac, gentleman, r Summer Barnes James, shoemaker, r Hull Barnes Kilburn W. farmer, r Summer Barnes Lemuel, laborer, bds North Barnes Lincoln, iron moulder, r Weir Barnes Lyman, cooper, r Main Barrett Michael, farmer, r North Barry John, peddler, r Hobart Barry Patrick, currier r, r High Barry Patrick, laborer, r Friend Barry William, laborer, r Friend Barstow Joseph O. shoemaker bds North Barstow Samuel B. boot maker, r North Bartlett Daniel, bucket maker, r Main Bartlett L. A. Mrs. dry good, r North Bassett Caleb, vest maker, r North Bassett Charles H. clerk, bds Main Bassett Daniel, coal and wood dealer, r Summer Bassett George, livery stable, Elm cor. Main Bassett George L. clerk, bds Elm cor. Main Bassett John, real estate agent, Boston, r North Batcheldor John B. cooper, r Main Bates Amos, gentleman, r Main Bates Amos...

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1867 Hanson Massachusetts Directory

Adams Russell W. farmer Aldridge Stillman, farmer Ames John C. box maker Ames Marcus, farmer Amos Marcus F. peddler Arnold Caleb, shoemaker Banican Patrick, farmer Bailey George C. shoemaker Baldwin C. H. farmer Barker Benjamin, farmer Barker Bowen, physician Barker John, farmer Barker Josiah, farmer Barker Lot P. farmer Barker Philip H. shoemaker Barrows Alfred, supt. almshouse Barrows George L. Bates Andrew H. shoemaker Bates Cyrus A. carpenter Bates Elbridge G. shoemaker Beal Alden, farmer Beal-Bernhard C. shoemaker Beal Charles M. shoemaker Beal George P. farmer Beal Gibson, shoemaker Beal Henry A. shoemaker Beal John, farmer Beal William L. shoemaker Beal William O. shoemaker Bearce Benjamin H. shoemaker Bearce Isaiah, farmer Bearce Joseph, moulder Bearce Virgil P. shoemaker Bearce William W. shoemaker Beggen Francis, farmer Bouncy Ezekiel, farmer Bonney Josiah, shoemaker Bonney Josiah 2d, boot maker Bonney Morton V. clerk Bonney Otis L. teacher Bonney Seth, laborer Bosworth Ichabod, shoemaker Bourne Abel, farmer Bourne Calvin F. shoemaker Bourne Charles, farmer Bourne Charles W. laborer Bourne Ebenezer B. farmer Bourne Ephraim B. shoemaker Bourne Ferdinand A. shoemaker Bourne Francis, farmer Bourne Francis W. farmer Bourne Isaac, shoemaker Bourne James A; farmer Bourne John T. moulder Bourne Martin W. shoemaker Bourne Samuel T. shoemaker Bourne William, farmer Powker Andrew, dry goods and groceries Bowker Benjamin H. teamster Bowker Gad, farmer Bowker George T. clerk Bowker John; shoemaker Bowker Luther, shoemaker Bowker...

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1867 Hanover Massachusetts Directory

Aiken James, clergyman, 2d Cong’l Bailey A. H. laborer Bailey Benjamin, farmer Bailey Benjamin W. shoemaker Bailey Edwin, shoemaker Bailey G. J. shoemaker Bailey J. D. keeps Alms House Bailey J. Q. shoemaker Bailey M. C. house painter Bailey Stephen, shoemaker Bailey S. W. clerk Barker Joshua, iron caster Barstow Daniel, farmer Barstow Edward, master mariner Barstow H. B. farmer Barstow Nathaniel, master mariner Barstow Robert, acting master in navy Barstow Samuel, farmer Bass Elisha, ship joiner Bates Enos, stone cutter Bates G. M. tack maker Bates E. J. shoe stitcher Bates Hira, farmer Bates H. S. merchant Bates H. W. shoemaker Bates Joshua, shoemaker Bates J. S. farmer Bates L. F. shoemaker Bates L. T. tack maker Bates M. S. machinist Bates Rufus, farmer Bates S. W. shoemaker Bates T. M. shoemaker Bates T. O. mason Bates Walter, mason Beal Zadoc, farmer Benner H. G. shoemaker Benner J. H. shoe cutter Blanchard E. merchant Blanchard Eben, merchant Bonney A. F. shoemaker Bonney Josiah, farmer Bonney J. W. farmer Briggs C. B. shoemaker Briggs E. B. shoemaker Briggs J. G. farmer Briggs Joseph, farmer Briggs William S. farmer Brooks Ara, shoemaker Brooks A. S. shoemaker Brooks E. G. shoemaker Brooks Gilbert, shoemaker Brooks James, fanner Brooks John, farmer Brooks Joseph, shoemaker Brooks Joseph, jr., shoe cutter Brooks J. S. merchant Brooks J. W. shoe cutter Brooks Thomas D. shoe...

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1867 East Bridgewater Massachusetts Directory

Adams Bethuel, mechanic, Pearl Adams Rufus, mechanic, Satucket Alden Abner L. shoemaker, Village Alden Bartlett K. carpenter. Village Alden Benjamin K. Village Alden Joseph, mechanic, village Alden Samuel G. lumber dealer, Village Alger Ebenezer, farmer, Beaver Alger Orlando M. farmer, Beaver Allen Bailey, carpenter. Village Allen David, shoemaker, Beaver Allen Galen, shoemaker, Beaver Allen George, clerk Allen George W. shoe cutter, Shaw’s Mill Allen Henry, machinist Allen James S. shoe manuf. Beaver Allen John A. shoe cutter, Shaw’s Mill Allen Samuel B. tailor, Joppa Allen Samuel B. 2d, shoemaker, Satucket Allen Samuel P. teacher, Joppa Allen Sidney, farmer, Shaw s Mill Allen William, teacher, Satucket Bailey Levi P. shoemaker Bailey William S. Village Baker Ansel G. teamer Bancroft Edwin W. shoemaker, Shaw’s Mill Barren George W. shoemaker, Beaver Bartlett Ezekiel K. shoemaker Bates Irving, shoe manuf. Joppa Bates Jacob, farmer, West Crook Bates Moses, manuf. and editor, Village Bates Reuben, shoemaker. Bates Samuel, confectioner, Northville Bates William H. H. machinist Beal Alonzo, shoemaker, Robbins Pond Beal Asaph, stitcher, Robbins Pond Beal Blaney P. shoemaker, Black Brook Beal Nathaniel, farmer Beal Samuel, shoemaker, Birch Swamp Bell John, shoemaker, Beaver Bell Leander, shoemaker Bennett Chas. W. machinist, Satucket Bennett Eleazer C. machinist, Satucket Benson Albion K. forge man Benson George, carpenter, Joppa Bird Cushing, shoemaker, Satucket Bird Edmund, shoemaker, Satucket Bird Elijah, farmer, Satucket Bird Elijah S. tack maker, Satucket Bird...

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1867 Duxbury Massachusetts Directory

Adams John, farmer Alden Benjamin, auctioneer Alden Henry, laborer Alden Ichabod, laborer Alden James, farmer Alden John, trader Alden John, jr. master mariner Alden Samuel, boat-builder Alden Thomas, farmer Alden William J. deputy sheriff Alden William J. jr. shoemaker Ames Thomas K. shoemaker Armstrong John, shoemaker Arnold Abel C. shoemaker Arnold Gamaliel, shoemaker Arnold Orson M. shoemaker Atwell George, farmer Atwell Samuel, selectman Baker Alven, carpenter Baker Daniel, farmer Baker George Baker Geo. L. Baker Granville, shoemaker Baker Harvey, ship carpenter Baker Herbert, shoemaker Baker Sumner B. farmer Baker Walter, shoemaker Bailey Edgar H. shoemaker Bailey George H. house carpenter Bailey Louis M. farmer Bancroft Kirk H. physician Barstow Augustus P. mason Barstow Benjamin, mason Barstow Daniel W. boot maker Barstow Henry, shoe eutt.cr Barstow Henry W. mason Barstow Hiram W. farmer ^^ Barstow Ichabod, ship carpenter Barstow Lewis, mason Barstow Lewis B. mason Barstow William, Ship carpenter Bemis Benjamin C. Belknap Scott, shoemaker Bisbee Benjamin F. trowel worker Bisbee Joseph F. mechanic Bisbee Franklin, manuf. of trowels Boylston Benjamin, trader Bosworth Joseph P. carpenter Bosworth Joseph P. jr., shoemaker Bowen William, shoemaker Bradford Daniel, master mariner Bradford George, selectman Bradford Gershom, trader Bradford Ephraim, rope maker Bradford William, spar maker Brett Royal T. butcher Brewster Asa, fisherman Brewster Charles E. trader Brewster Daniel W. master mariner Brewster John W. farmer Brewster Joseph, fisherman Brewster Melzar, farmer Brewster Melzar...

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1867 Carver Massachusetts Directory

Atwood Charles H. farmer, Centre Andrews Robert W. moulder, r South Appling Geo. H. moulder, North Atwood Bartlett S. farmer, Centre Atwood Eli, farmer, Centre Atwood George, farmer, South Atwood George W. farmer Centre Atwood Gustavus, farmer, South Atwood Elbridge E. farmer Centre Atwood Jacob, farmer, Centre Atwood John S. shoemaker North Atwood Joseph, moulder South Atwood Josiah W. farmer, South Atwood Lucius, farmer Centre Atwood Luther, farmer South Atwood Marcus, farmer South Atwood Oren, farmer Centre Atwood Salmon, laborer South Atwood Stephen, farmer Centre Atwood Sumner, farmer South Atwood Tillson, moulder Centre Barrows Asa, laborer, North Barrows Andrew F. moulder Centre Barrows John B. moulder South Barrows Joseph, farmer South Barrows Lothrop, moulder Centre Barrows Nelson, machinist South Barrows P. W. moulder Centre Bates David M. stove-mounter South Bates Nathaniel B. shoemaker South Bennett Allen, blacksmith South Bennett Charles, jappanner South Benson Jabez, laborer South Bent Geo. W. grate manuf South Bent Ira C. moulder Centre Bent John, farmer Centre Bent John, Jr. sawyer Centre Bent Joseph F. laborer South Blake Edson d. peddler Centre Blake Hiram A. shoemaker North Bosworth James H. stove-mounter South Bowers Geo. P. manuf. South Breech Isaac P. sailor North Breech James, basket maker North Breech William, basket maker, North Brett Rufus J. trader North Brett William, farmer Centre Bumpus Daniel, moulder South Bumpus Edmond P. farmer South Bumpus Edward, farmer South Bumpus...

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Troup County Georgia Government Officials

Troup County Clerk of Superior Court 1827-1934 1827-34 N. Johnson 1835-42 Robert F. McGehee 1842-48 Moses Lee 1848-50 H. B. Williams 1850-62 William M. Latimer 1862-66 Inhn R Awtrev 1866-75 R. S. McFarlin 1875-81 John W. Sledge 1881-87 John Edward Toole 1887-96 E. T. Winn 1896-14 William L. Cleaveland 1914- G. Thomas Travlor Court of Ordinaries Roster 1852-1934 1852-56 Wiley H. Sims 1856-58 Thomas C. Evans 1858-64 Samuel Curtright 1864 James Turner 1864-68 Littleton Pitts 1868-72 Henry H. Cary 1873-77 Littleton Pitts 1877-88 William C. Yancey 1888-93 Robert M. Young 1893-01 John B. Strong 1901-25 Henry T. Woodyard 1925- J. Forest Johnson Judges of Superior Court 1826-1931 1826-32 Walter T. Colquitt 1833-40 Hiram Warner 1841-44 William Ezzard 1845-53 Edward Young Hill 1854-55 Obediah Warner 1855-61 Orville A. Bull 1864-65 Benjamin H. Bigham 1866-67 Hiram Warner 1868-69 John Collier 1869-71 John S. Bigby 1871-72 William F. Wright 1872-80 Hugh Buchanan 1881-82 Francis M. Longley 1882-03 Sampson W. Harris 1903-04 Thomas A. Atkinson 1904-16 Robert W. Freeman 1917-20 J. Render Terrell 1921-30 Charles E. Roop 1931– Lee B. Wyatt In the above roster the names of Edward Young Hill, Orville A. Bull, Benjamin H. Bigham, Francis M. Longley, Thomas A. Atkinson, and Lee B. Wyatt, indicated by italic type, were citizens of Troup. Inferior Court Judges 1827-1877 Amoss, B. B. 1857-58 Atkinson, Nathan L 1861-64 Bacon, Thomas 1851-52 Bailey, Samuel A....

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Historical Leaders of Plymouth County Massachusetts

Incorporated June 2, 1685 – Shire Town – Plymouth. County Officers Judge of Probate and Insolvency, Wm. H. Wood, Middleboro. Register of Probate and Insolvency, Daniel E. Damon, Plymouth. Clerk of Courts, William H. Whitman, Plymouth. Register of Deeds, William S. Danforth, Plymouth County Treasurer, William E. Sever, Plymouth. Overseers of House of Correction William H. Whitman, Plymouth. D. J. Bobbins, Plymouth. Daniel E. Damon, Plymouth. Sheriff, James Bates, Plymouth. Deputy Sheriff Abington, Josiah. Cushman Bridgewater, P. D. Kingman Duxbury, Wm. J. Alden Hingham, G. F. Hersey Marion, Daniel Hall; Marshfield, John Baker Middleboro, Milton Alden North Bridgewater, Otis Hayward North Carver, Benj. Ranson Plymouth, John Perkins, John Atwood Rochester, E. C. Randall South Scituate, Willard Torrey Scituate, J. O. Cole Wareham, Alexander Swift Jailor and Master of House of Correction Plymouth, James Bates. Sessions of Probate Court At Abington, 4th Monday of May, August, and November. At Bridgewater, 4th Monday of September. At East Bridgewater, 4th Monday of February and December. At Hingham, 4th Monday in March. At Middleboro, 4th Monday of January, April, and 2ud Monday in July. At Plymouth, 2d Monday of January, February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November and December. At South Scituate, 4th Monday of June. At Wareham, 4th Monday of October. Sessions of Insolvency Court At Plymouth, 1st Monday in every month County Commissioner Wm. P. Corthell, Abington, term expires Dec,...

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1851 Cooksville Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Toronto, County of York, Canada West distant from Toronto, 16 miles usual stage fare, 1s. 101/2d. from Hamilton, 32 miles. Population about 350. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Blevins. Mrs. saw mill. Church. R., brewer. Cook, Jacob, mail contractor. Cotter. Dr. George C. Crewe, Dr. William. Dunn, Jonathan, tannery. Galbraith. John. shoemaker. Guthrie, E. L., blacksmith. Harris, James. ship carpenter. Harris. Samuel, carpenter. Hemphill, Ezra, wagon maker. Hughes, Rev. James, Wesleyan. Logan. Francis, general store. Mackenzie, John, carpenter. Mackenzie, John, tailor. Macready, James, carpenter. Magee, H. F., carpenter. Markle, Elijah, pump maker. Miller, George, wagon maker. MORLEY, F. B., postmaster and agent for Marriage Liscense Morley, John, tailor. Oldfield, Miss, teacher. Parker, William, tinsmith. Redman, Michael, blacksmith. Romain, Charles E., steam saw mill. Romain, P. Z., general store and commissioner of court of Queen’s bench. Ryder, John, shoemaker. Saunders, W., school teacher. Scott, W., innkeeper. Silverthorn, J., saw mill. Soady, James, last and peg factory. Teeter, R., innkeeper. Thomson, Thomas J.. general store. Weeks, William, shoemaker. Wilson, Rev. James, Wesleyan. Also, 1 butcher. 1 saddler, and 2 saw...

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1851 Clarenceville Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Seignior of Noyan, County of Rouville, Canada East distant from Phillipsburg, 10 miles. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Barber, J. P., M.D. Brainerd & Shattuck, general store. Clark, D. S., general store. Clark, J., innkeeper. Clark, P., tailor. Curtis, Edward, tanner. Evans, Charles, carriage maker. Foster, Richard, carriage maker. Harrington, E. W., chair factory. Inglis, Rev. E. S., Morrison, W. F., shoemaker. Spiers, A. & M., builders. Stewart, C.. collector of customs and postmaster. Taylor, James, blacksmith. Townsend, Rev. M.; Church of England. Wesleyan. Lafflin, U.,...

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1851 Clairmont Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Burford, County of Oxford, Canada West distant from Brantford 9 miles usual stage fare, 2s. 6d. distant. from Toronto, 82 miles from London, 56 miles. Population about 300. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Catten, John, general storekeeper and inspector of licenses. Caulfield, Dr., physician. Caulfield. Rev. A. St. G., Church of England. Chester, Dr. F., physician. Coker, P., tailor. Force, William, inspector of licenses Hunt, Robert, boot maker. Hunt, S. M., blacksmith. Jones, B., general store. Jones, Thomas, boots and shoes. Kerby, _______, hotelkeeper. Lightley, G., shoemaker. Loney, . hotelkeeper. Marks, T. D., iron founder and tinsmith. Mathews. John, general store. McCaffrey, J., tailor. Perley, C. S., mill owner. Reams, James, cabinetmaker. Robinson; _______, innkeeper. Rose, H., M. D. Serpell, W. H., carpenter. Skinner, J., M. D. Smith, Isaac, carpenter. Steel, John, general store. Vincent, Rev. Mr., Congregationalist. Ward, John, cabinetmaker. Whitehead, N. M., agent for marriage licenses. Whitehead, W. L., postmaster and clerk of division...

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