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United States Post Offices Volume 8 The Southeast

United States Post Offices Volume 8 The Southeast

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United States Post Offices Volume 8 The Southeast

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616 pages
7 heures
Sortie:
Apr 4, 2010
ISBN:
9781452389899
Format:
Livre

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The eighth volume in a set of eight that comprises an alphabetical listing of the over 166,000 post offices that have ever operated in the 50 United states from 1776 to date. The listing for each office contains a county location, dates of operation and a Scarcity Index (S/I) value that offers postmark collectors with a guide to the relative value of postmarks from that post office.

Sortie:
Apr 4, 2010
ISBN:
9781452389899
Format:
Livre

À propos de l'auteur

Richard W. “Bill” Helbock [B.S., USMA, West Point, 1960; M. A. & Ph.D (Geography), Univ. of Pittsburgh, 1973] has been an enthusiastic postal historial since the 1950s. He founded La Posta: A Journal of American Postal History in 1969, and has continued to publish it bimonthly for the past 40 years. In addition to La Posta, he served as editor of The Alaskan Philatelist and the Military Postal History Society Bulletin. Helbock has authored over twenty postal history books and monographs, and served as editor of the American Philatelic Congress Book from 1999-2005. In 1991 he was granted the Distinguished Philatelists Award by the U.S. Philatelic Classics Society, and the Northwest Federation of Stamp Clubs selected him as Distinguished Philatelist in 2003. Bill and his wife Cath currently reside on a rural property near Chatsworth Island, Australia.

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INTRODUCTION

United States Post Offices is the first attempt to publish a complete listing of all the post offices that have ever operated in the United States. The listing is ultimately based upon the United States Post Office Department’s Records of Appointments of Postmasters, but contains data that has been refined by numerous postal historians who have published listings of the post offices that operated in individual states. During the late 1990s, some of these state-by-state post office listings were standardized and published by La Posta Publications as the Pocket Guide Series of State Post Office Checklists.

Each volume of the Pocket Guide Series contained, in addition to the dates of operation for each post office, a Scarcity Index (S/I) value which reflected the market value of the most commonly seen postmark from that office. The small three-by-seven inch format of the Pocket Guide Series was both a strength and a weakness when it came to compiling post office checklists. As long as the list contained a manageable number of entries, say five thousand or less, the booklets could be compact and convenient to carry. But when the listing became quite long, as was the case with region-wide list of over twenty thousand post offices; or a nationwide listing of over 160 thousand post offices, the small format required too many pages or print which was too small to read.

United States Post Offices was intended to meet the needs of those in the postal history community who have been in search of a single set of compact volumes that contain the name, county and state location, dates of operation, and S/I value for each and every independent post office ever to have operated in the nation. This single combined listing for the entire United States published in a format appropriate for portable e-book readers is the logical conclusion of the progression that began with the pocket guides. Now every postal historian can visit stamp shows, antique shops and flea markets with a complete annotated listing of all US post offices.

CONVENTIONS USED IN THE LISTING

Compiling a list of United States post offices might appear, at first glance, to be a purely objective operation. The concept is certainly not difficult to grasp. Unfortunately, once one gets down to the task itself, there are decisions that must be made. For example, should a post office that spelled its name Hillsborough for a time, and then changed the spelling to Hillsboro be counted as one post office or two? What about a post office that spelled its name Vansickles for thirty years or so, and then dropped the s?

Here is another problem. It was not uncommon for small post offices in the early days to change locations with the appointment of new postmasters. In some cases, such as those offices serving dispersed ranching or farming communities, the relocation might involve a change of five miles or more. Shouldn’t post offices that were located as much as five miles apart be counted as two different offices?

In other cases, a post office might be closed for a period of years and then reopened at another location using the same name. One post office or two?

These and other problems had to be addressed in compiling the listing that follows. To do so required the adoption of certain arbitrary guidelines, which – it is hoped – have been applied more or less consistently throughout. However, given the length of the list, and the vast geographic and temporal territory it covers, readers should be aware that the author reserves the right to include new names or exclude existing names from future listings as new information comes to light.

Post Office Names

The purpose of this book is to list alphabetically each and every independent post office to have ever operated in the United States. It does not include contract or classified branches, stations, or community post offices (CPO), even though some of these postal units have postmarked mail using their own name independently of their parent post office. Readers wishing to learn the identity and operational details of stations and branches should consult the appropriate state postal history as identified in the bibliography.

The overall rule of thumb applied to the listing of post office names was Keep it Simple. In other words, if the choice came down to making a double listing or a single listing for a particular post office with a minor name change due to spelling differences, the single listing was chosen. An office variously known as Bell’s Run and Bellrun will be shown as BELL(’S)RUN and the spellings Moriah Centre and Moriah Center are listed simply as MORIAH CENTER. Naturally, more complicated name changes, such as Fisher’s Eddy to Fishs Eddy have resulted in double listings.

Post offices that experienced a name change from a two word to a one word format are typically listed only under the form that was in use for the longest period of time. During the 1890s, the Post Office Department went on a crusade to eliminate long post office names by shortening two word names to one word. Frequently, the one word form lasted only a short time before the office reverted back to the earlier format. In many cases, the postmarks used by post offices with such names did not agree with the official name anyway.

Post offices believed to have never been in actual operation, i.e., the so-called paper offices have been omitted from the listing in cases where they have been identified as such. Many post offices listed in the Records of Appointments of Postmasters are noted to have been rescinded, rather than discontinued. These post offices are believed to have never been in actual service, and it seems misleading to include them in our listing. As more historical details become available, it may be possible to add or subtract post offices from this listing

Post Office Locations

In the case of post offices that changed locations with the appointment of new postmasters, it was decided that a single listing would be sufficient so long as the office remained in continuous operation, or experienced a break in service of less than 10 years. As a result of this policy, the double listing of a post office name in the same county usually means that there were two entirely different, often widely separated, post offices using the same name. The double listing has also been used to show post office lineage, so that when a post office has its name changed to something else and a new post office is established with the old name, the list indicates two separate offices with the contradistinction of (1) and (2).

Counties given for post offices in this list are those in which the office, or its site, are currently located. No attempt has been made to list county assignments for early-day offices that do not coincide with current county boundaries. In some cases, the site of a post office is known to have been physically moved from one modern county to another. Such offices are identified in the listing with both county names.

Post Office Dates

The dates listed for each post office are those given in Post Office Department (POD) records for the establishment and discontinuance of operation as an independent office. A major change of name is treated as a discontinuance, as is conversion of an independent office to the status of station or branch.

Even though listed dates are official POD dates, they may be expected to vary somewhat from dates of actual occurrence in the field. In recent years, it has become common practice to discontinue offices or convert them to Community Post Offices (CPOs) with little or no published record. The use of a question mark following a year date in this listing indicates that this was the latest Postal Guide or ZIP Code Directory to list the office.

Scarcity and Demand

Inclusion of a Scarcity Index (S/I) value for each post office listed herein is, far and away, the most arbitrary piece of information in the listing. It is also, quite probably, the most widely used piece of information in the listing, so readers are urged to consider carefully what follows in order to use the S/I values in the spirit they were intended.

The S/I value assigned to each post office is intended to reflect the relative scarcity of the most commonly occurring type of postmark for each office. When combined with the Demand Factor (D/F), the product should yield a reasonable approximation of the current Market Value (M/V).

The Market Value of a postmark from a particular post office is a function of two factors: scarcity and demand. The scarcity of surviving postmarks from any post office depends largely on such objective features as how long ago the office was closed, the total number of years the office was in operation, and the type of community served by the post office. Collector demand, however, is highly subjective, and varies from state to state, and even from region to region within states, over time. The Scarcity Index (S/I) values are intended to approximate only the scarcity of postmarks from a given post office.

Operating post offices, from which postmarks may still be procured, are assigned the S/I number 0. This does not mean that all postmarks from operating post offices have no value. Indeed, a cover bearing an 1820-era postmark from Louisville or Cincinnati may be a highly prized piece of postal history. All the S/I value of 0 means is that since the office is currently operating, it should be possible to obtain an example of its contemporary postmark at little or no cost.

S/I values increase from 1 to 9 with increasing scarcity of postmarks. S/I numbers in the 1-3 range are associated with postmarks from discontinued post offices (DPOs) that either closed in the fairly recent past or from which large volumes of mail have survived. Examples of the latter include post offices that served parts of major urban centers before city service was extended and resorts from which thousands of tourists mailed wish you were here greetings. Generally speaking, postmarks from these common DPOs are fairly plentiful, and most collectors will readily find examples. There may, however, be a few sleepers hidden among the low rated post offices for any given state.

The mid-range S/I values, rated 4 through 6, represent scarce postmarks from offices that operated only a few years or were closed prior to the time postmark collecting began to gain popularity during the 1930s. As a rule, these are the postmarks that most collectors are eagerly seeking to build their collections from the beginning to advanced stage. Some of these postmarks may still be found hiding in postcard stocks at flea markets or in antique shops, but more and more often they have been picked out and will show up in postal history dealer stocks or at auction.

The S/I values rated 7 through 9 have been reserved for the truly rare postmarks. In fact, since the S/I values have been assigned to all post offices, and not just those from which postmarks have been recorded by collectors, it is likely that postmarks from a few of the offices rated 8 or 9 may never be found. Some of these pioneer offices did only a minuscule amount of business and survived for only a few months. It seems probable that mail postmarked at some of these ephemeral places has not survived the ravages of time.

While it is still possible to find postmarks rated 7 or higher at flea markets and antique shops, such finds are becoming fewer and fewer. Of course, the thrill of the hunt can serve as an important motivation in its own right, and there is always the chance that the next postcard you turn over could bear a postmark from Ambler, West Virginia or Habnab, Maryland.

Collector demand for postmarks from any post office is rather more difficult to quantify. Demand tends to vary from state to state, and sometimes there can be considerable variation in demand from region to region within a state. Demand is further complicated by the fact that the number of collectors seeking postmarks from any particular state or region tends to be rather small. This means that demand can diminish drastically with only the loss of a few collectors, or conversely, can skyrocket due to the pressure of a few newcomers attempting to build state postal history collections.

Additional complications in estimating demand arise from the growing number of collectors seeking postmarks on a nontraditional geographic basis (islands, river basins, etc.) or a thematic basis (forts, towns named for birds, ethnic heritage, towns beginning with Z, etc.). All of these concerns result in the estimation of a set of Demand Factors (D/F) that is fluid at best. These factors are based upon my current assessment of the market variation from state-to-state as reflected in auction results and retail pricing.

A final caution with regard to using Market Value numbers has to do with condition. The range of dollar values associated with each M/V number assumes that the postmark is on a clean card or cover with no creases, wrinkles, dirt, stains, or otherwise unsightly blemishes. Furthermore, the M/V dollar amounts assume that the postmark is a sending postmark, not a receiving postmark. They also assume that the postmark is well struck with all, or most, of the letters easily readable. Examples of poorly struck postmarks on cards or covers with tears or blemishes should be considered at only about half (or less) the value of clean, well struck examples.

Market Value (M/V) & Dollar Equivalents

M/V $ Range M/V $ Range

0 Operating 5 $25 to $50

1 $2 or less 6 $50 to $100

2 $2 to $8 7 $100 to $200

3 $8 to $15 8 $200 to $500

4 $15 to $25 9 Over $500

POST OFFICE County State Estab to Disc S/I

AARON Bulloch GA 1909 - 1920 3

AARON Jefferson GA 1898 - 1903 6

AARON Anderson SC 1892 - 1899 6

ABAC Tift GA 1935 - 1948 2

ABALINE Marion AL 1894 - 1909 4

ABBA Henry AL 1902 - 1905 6

ABBA Irwin GA 1884 - 1954 1

ABBEVILLE (CH) Henry AL 1833 / Date 0

ABBEVILLE (CH) Wilcox GA 1860 / Date 0

ABBEVILLE (CH) Abbeville SC 1794 - Date 0

ABBEY Franklin AL 1898 - 1902 6

ABBOTT Conecun AL 1886 - 1909 5

ABBOTT Pasco FL 1888 / 1910 3

ABBOTTSFORD Troup GA 1907 - 1926 3

ABEDA Marion AL 1858 - 1867 7

ABEL Cleburne AL 1889 - 1907 5

ABEL Houston GA 1898 - 1903 6

ABEL Lexington SC 1901 - 1901 7

ABERCROMBIE Bibb AL 1880 - 1906 5

ABERDEEN Jackson FL 1889 - 1922 3

ABERDEEN Emanuel GA 1890 - 1893 7

ABERDEEN Fayette GA 1910 - 1929 3

ABERFOIL Bullock AL 1837 / 1905 4

ABERNANT Tuscaloosa AL 1902 - Date 0

ABERNATHEY Bartow GA 1898 - 1901 6

ABERNATHY Cleburne AL 1858 / 1904 4

ABERT Forsyth GA 1900 - 1903 6

ABE'S SPRINGS Calhoun FL 1850 / 1894 5

ABILENE Carroll GA 1894 - 1902 5

ABINGDON Cherokee SC 1898 - 1904 6

ABNER Clay AL 1888 - 1904 5

ABNER Spalding GA 1880 - 1883 6

ABNEY Kershaw SC 1882 / 1904 5

ABRAHAM TOWN Marion FL 1872 - 1874 6

ABRAHAMTON Marion FL 1850 - 1854 8

ABSALOM Hall GA 1880 - 1901 5

ACADEMIA Greenville SC 1834 - 1835 9

ACCOMMODATION Hall GA 1892 - 1893 7

ACHATES Talladega AL 1882 / 1894 6

ACHORD Dodge GA 1898 - 1905 5

ACHORDS Montgomery GA 1891 - 1892 7

ACKERVILLE (AKERVILLE) Wilcox AL 1892 - 1940 2

ACKLEY Choctaw AL 1900 - 1902 6

ACKWORTH Cobb GA 1844 / Date 0

ACLINE Charlotte FL 1910 - 1927 3

ACMAR Saint Clair AL 1911 - 1987 1

ACME Tallapoosa AL 1898 - 1905 5

ACME Polk FL 1891 - 1901 5

ACORN Jackson AL 1890 - 1893 7

ACORN Habersham GA 1895 - 1906 5

ACORN Muscogee GA 1880 - 1880 8

ACORNTOWN Fayette GA 1838 - 1842 8

ACREE Dougherty GA 1881 - 1955 1

ACRON Hale AL 1871 - 1883 5

ACRON Lake FL 1877 - 1890 5

ACTION Jefferson AL 1924 - 1926 5

ACTIVE Bibb AL 1899 - 1906 6

ACTIVITY Monroe AL 1836 / 1908 4

ACTON Shelby AL 1908 - 1926 3

ACTON Polk FL 1884 / 1889 5

ACTON Harris GA 1891 - 1909 4

ACTON Richland SC 1872 - 1911 3

ACTUSTON Butler AL 1883 - 1883 8

ADA Montgomery AL 1881 - 1922 3

ADA Hillsboro FL 1900 - 1902 5

ADA Turner GA 1889 - 1911 4

ADABELLE Bulloch GA 1900 - 1907 5

ADAIR Coffee AL 1892 - 1907 5

ADAIR Murray GA 1899 - 1909 4

ADAIR Lexington SC 1900 - 1905 6

ADAIRSVILLE Bartow GA 1832 / Date 0

ADAM Richmond GA 1886 / 1895 6

ADAMS Chilton AL 1898 - 1904 5

ADAMS Dallas AL 1887 - 1890 6

ADAMS Lee GA 1897 - 1925 3

ADAMS Wilcox GA 1837 - 1871 7

ADAMS BRANCH Nassau FL 1879 - 1880 6

ADAMS PARK Twiggs GA 1892 / 1930 3

ADAMS RUN Charleston SC 1843 - Date 0

ADAM'S STORE Coosa AL 1852 - 1866 7

ADAMSBURG De Kalb AL 1902 - 1905 6

ADAMSBURG Union SC 1894 - 1960 1

ADAMSON Heard GA 1897 - 1904 5

ADAMSVILLE Jefferson AL 1890 - Date 0

ADAMSVILLE Lake FL 1852 - 1884 5

ADAMSVILLE Bartow GA 1839 - 1842 8

ADAMSVILLE Marlboro SC 1819 / 1904 4

ADASBURG Wilkes GA 1887 - 1905 5

ADD Hernando FL 1884 - 1894 5

ADDERTON Sumter GA 1893 - 1894 7

ADDIE Lexington SC 1890 - 1890 7

ADDISON Tuscaloosa AL 1855 / 1879 6

ADDISON Winston AL 1888 - Date 0

ADEL Cook GA 1873 - Date 0

ADELAIDE Bulloch GA 1900 - 1905 6

ADELIA Calhoun AL 1882 - 1895 6

ADGATEVILLE Jasper GA 1889 - 1943 2

ADGER Jefferson AL 1889 - Date 0

ADKINSON Barbour AL 1859 1860 9

ADKINSON HEAD Barbour AL 1855 - 1874 7

ADLAI Brooks GA 1893 - 1902 5

ADLER Perry AL 1887 / 1905 5

ADNA Osceola FL 1905 - 1906 5

ADOLPHUS Franklin GA 1894 - 1905 5

ADRIAN Glades FL 1912 - 1918 4

ADRIAN Emanuel GA 1891 - Date 0

ADRIAN Horry SC 1889 - 1953 1

ADRIS Camden GA 1904 - 1907 6

ADVANCE Calhoun SC 1887 - 1902 5

ADVILLE Blount AL 1889 - 1915 4

AERIAL Habersham GA 1879 - 1919 3

AERIAL Marion SC 1882 / 1890 6

AERIEL Marion SC 1866 / 1872 7

AETNA Geneva AL 1887 - 1905 5

AFFONEE Bibb AL 1881 - 1903 6

AFRO Geneva AL 1894 - 1901 6

AFTON Barbour AL 1890 - 1905 5

AFTON Berrien GA 1873 / 1897 6

AFTON Cook GA 1873 - 1888 4

AFTON Dawson GA 1898 - 1945 2

AGATE Floyd GA 1881 - 1933 2

AGNES Taylor FL 1905 - 1910 4

AGNESS Lincoln GA 1889 - 1955 1

AGNEW Pickens AL 1899 - 1904 6

AGRICOLA Tallapoosa AL 1888 - 1903 5

AGRICOLA Glascock GA 1887 - 1950 1

AGUIILLA Washington AL 1880 - 1922 3

AHERN Seminole FL 1916 - 1916 4

AHLBERG Appling GA 1884 - 1886 7

AI Cleburne AL 1883 / 1903 5

AI Gilmer GA 1920 - 1932 3

AID Franklin GA 1893 - 1904 5

AIKEN Crenshaw AL 1879 - 1906 5

AIKEN Monroe FL 1895 - 1900 5

AIKEN Effingham GA 1880 - 1883 7

AIKEN Aiken SC 1834 - Date 0

AIKENTON Jasper GA 1890 - 1915 4

AILEY Montgomery GA 1891 - Date 0

AIMAR Long GA 1898 - 1913 4

AIMWELL Marengo AL 1890 - 1954 1

AINSLIE Bleckley GA 1905 - 1908 6

AIR Morgan AL 1890 - 1893 7

AIR LINE Hart GA 1856 - 1907 4

AIR MOUNT Clarke AL 1839 / 1889 5

AIRLINE Pickens SC 1886 - 1887 7

AIRY Aiken SC 1886 / 1901 5

AIX Greenwood SC 1895 - 1904 5

AJAX Conecun AL 1903 - 1916 4

AKIN Stephens GA 1900 - 1903 6

AKRIDGE Grady GA 1894 - 1907 5

AKRON Hale AL 1894 - Date 0

AKRON JUNCTION Hale AL 1883 - 1894 3

ALABAMA Montgomery AL 1818 - 1819 9

ALABAMA CITY Etowah AL 1891 - 1957 1

ALABAMA FURNACE Talladega AL 1873 - 1884 4

ALABAMA PORT Mobile AL 1905 - 1915 3

ALABASTER Shelby AL 1951 - Date 0

ALACHUA Alachua FL 1887 - Date 0

ALACULSY Murray GA 1878 - 1914 4

ALAFIA Hillsboro FL 1855 / 1920 3

ALAFLORA Escambia AL 1932 - 1939 4

ALAGA Houston AL 1895 - 1930 2

ALAGAN Walton FL 1879 - 1879 6

ALAMANA Volusia FL 1910 - 1929 3

ALAMEDA Clarke AL 1897 / 1922 3

ALAMO Gadsden FL 1879 - 1919 3

ALAMO Wheeler GA 1890 - Date 0

ALAMUCHEE Sumter AL 1886 - 1907 5

ALANTHUS Franklin AL 1881 - 1909 5

ALAPAHA (ALLAPAHA) Berrien GA 1838 / Date 0

ALAPATTAH Dade FL 1898 - 1906 4

ALAQUA Walton FL 1830 / 1901 5

ALBA Greenville SC 1880 / 1900 6

ALBA ARENA Greenville SC 1879 - 1880 7

ALBANDA Chambers AL 1908 - 1956 1

ALBANY Chambers AL 1898 - 1899 7

ALBANY Morgan AL 1917 - 1927 1

ALBANY Dougherty GA 1842 Date 0

ALBERT Lake FL 1908 - 1916 4

ALBERT Lumpkin GA 1903 - 1905 6

ALBERTA Wilcox AL 1894 - Date 0

ALBERTA Fairfield SC 1904 - 1904 7

ALBERTA STATION Wilcox AL 1888 - 1894 3

ALBERTON Coffee AL 1978 - 1904 5

ALBERTVILLE Marshall AL 1860 / Date 0

ALBION Levy FL 1878 / 1908 4

ALBION Fairfield SC 1837 / 1914 4

ALBRIGHT Habersham GA 1842 - 1844 9

ALBRITON Dillon SC 1885 - 1904 5

ALCO Escambia AL 1888 - 1897 6

ALCOLU Clarendon SC 1880 - Date 0

ALCOT Lee SC 1894 - 1906 5

ALCOVA Gwinnett GA 1855 - 1857 9

ALCOVEY Newton GA 1893 / 1901 6

ALDEN Jefferson AL 1934 - 1979 1

ALDERMAN Brooks GA 1897 - 1899 7

ALDINE Jasper GA 1900 - 1907 5

ALDRICH Shelby AL 1883 - 1965 1

ALECTO Lexington SC 1884 - 1884 7

ALESSANDRO Shelby AL 1916 - 1916 5

ALETHEA Lexington SC 1898 - 1899 7

ALEXANDER Burke GA 1847 - 1966 1

ALEXANDER Pickens SC 1890 - 1907 5

ALEXANDER CITYT Tallapoosa AL 1873 - Date 0

ALEXANDERVILLE Echols GA 1883 - 1912 4

ALEXANDRIA Calhoun AL 1834 / Date 0

ALEXIS Cherokee AL 1884 - 1906 5

ALFALFA Marengo AL 1917 / 1925 4

ALFONSE Bibb AL 1858 - 1869 7

ALFORD Jackson FL 1908 - Date 0

ALFORD Hart GA 1894 - 1900 6

ALFORD Meriwether GA 1888 - 1889 7

ALFORD'S MILL Walton FL 1877 - 1884 5

ALFRED Lamar AL 1892 - 1905 5

ALFRED Rabun GA 1890 - 1891 7

ALFRED Edgefield SC 1888 - 1890 7

ALFREDA Fayette AL 1886 - 1888 7

ALGARY Greenwood SC 1896 - 1902 5

ALGER Osceola FL 1898 - 1914 4

ALGERNON Barrow GA 1881 - 1901 5

ALGERNON Mitchell GA 1900 - 1905 6

ALGIERS Bullock AL 1900 - 1901 7

ALGOOD Cherokee SC 1851 / 1903 4

ALIBI Chattooga GA 1897 - 1906 5

ALICE Etowah AL 1894 - 1903 5

ALICE Jefferson AL 1882 - 1892 6

ALICE Pickens GA 1889 - 1909 4

ALICE Pulaski GA 1881 - 1887 7

ALICE Anderson SC 1891 - 1901 5

ALICEVILLE Pickens AL 1903 - Date 0

ALINE Candler GA 1906 / 1931 2

ALIPH Toombs GA 1894 - 1905 5

ALISGEN Taylor GA 1899 - 1901 7

ALLANDALE Volusia FL 1875 / 1963 1

ALLANDALE Banks GA 1850 / 1882 4

ALLANTON Bay FL 1902 - 1933 2

ALLATOONA Bartow GA 1838 - 1918 4

ALLEGHANY Union GA 1841 - 1842 9

ALLEN Clarke AL 1900 - Date 0

ALLEN Walker AL 1896 - 1897 7

ALLEN Dixie FL 1909 - 1911 5

ALLEN Lake FL 1898 - 1901 5

ALLEN Horry SC 1907 - 1927 3

ALLEN('S) Richmond GA 1857 / 1902 4

ALLENDALE Osceola FL 1881 - 1882 6

ALLENDALE Allendale SC 1919 - Date 0

ALLENDALE Barnwell SC 1866 - 1919 4

ALLENHURST Brevard FL 1909 - 1943 2

ALLENHURST Liberty GA 1909 - Date 0

ALLEN'S BRIDGE Marion SC 1836 - 1866 5

ALLEN'S FACTORY Marion AL 1857 / 1887 6

ALLENS MILLS Carroll GA 1870 / 1904 4

ALLENS MILLS Elbert GA 1832 - 1835 9

ALLENSVILLE Marengo AL 1905 - 1943 2

ALLENSVILLE Forsyth GA 1837 - 1846 8

ALLENTO(W)N Wilcox AL 1829 / 1955 1

ALLENTOWN Wilkinson GA 1884 - Date 0

ALLGOOD Blount AL 1915 - Date 0

ALLGOOD Haralson GA 1885 - 1886 7

ALLHILL Marion AL 1883 - 1898 6

ALLIANCE Macon AL 1890 - 1902 5

ALLIANCE Jackson FL 1890 - 1943 2

ALLIANCE Decatur GA 1889 - 1889 7

ALLIANCE Jasper GA 1890 - 1903 5

ALLIANCE Fairfield SC 1892 - 1904 5

ALLIE Jackson FL 1869 - 1905 4

ALLIGATOR Columbia FL 1830 - 1859 6

ALLIGATOR Liberty FL 1892 - 1907 4

ALLIGATOR Early GA 1895 - 1896 7

ALLIGATOR Telfair GA 1880 - 1887 7

ALLISON Greene AL 1921 - 1949 1

ALLISON Jackson FL 1898 - 1899 6

ALLISON Florence SC 1903 - 1906 3

ALLISON CREEK York SC 1854 / 1872 7

ALLISON'S STORE York SC 1866 - 1869 9

ALLSBORO(UGH) Colbert AL 1850 / 1955 1

ALLSBROOK Horry SC 1915 - 1947 1

ALLSUP Calhoun AL 1879 / 1903 4

ALLULA Saint Clair AL 1883 - 1905 4

ALLUVIA Seminole FL 1894 - 1900 5

ALMA Clarke AL 1890 - Date 0

ALMA Bacon GA 1900 - Date 0

ALMA Decatur GA 1893 - 1895 7

ALMA Gilmer GA 1856 - 1857 9

ALMA Laurens SC 1891 - 1907 5

ALMA Sumter SC 1883 - 1886 7

ALMACK'S Marlboro SC 1889 - 1895 7

ALMARANT Conecun AL 1880 - 1887 6

ALMEDA Hampton SC 1880 - 1908 5

ALMERIA Bullock AL 1900 - 1905 6

ALMIRANTE Okaloosa FL 1828 / 1867 6

ALMON Newton GA 1886 - 1931 2

ALMOND Randolph AL 1852 / 1913 3

ALONZO Winston AL 1882 - 1883 6

ALONZO Telfair GA 1899 - 1904 6

ALPHA Choctaw AL 1892 - 1913 4

ALPHA Worth GA 1894 - 1903 5

ALPHA Abbeville SC 1859 - 1866 8

ALPHARETTA Fulton GA 1858 - Date 0

ALPHONSO Macon GA 1901 - 1905 6

ALPINE Talladega AL 1858 / Date 0

ALPINE Washington FL 1888 - 1899 5

ALPINE Chattooga GA 1843 - 1900 4

ALPINE Anderson SC 1891 - 1901 5

ALPS Meriwether GA 1890 / 1910 4

ALSTON Barbour AL 1892 - 1907 4

ALSTON Montgomery GA 1910 - Date 0

ALSTON Fairfield SC 1850 / 1928 3

ALTAMAHA Tattnall GA 1876 - 1945 2

ALTAMONT Seminole FL 1874 - 1891 5

ALTAMONT Greenville SC 1890 / 1915 4

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS Seminole FL 1887 - Date 0

ALTAMONTE STATION Seminole FL 1884 - 1887 5

ALTHA Calhoun FL 1902 - Date 0

ALTHEA Russell AL 1873 - 1905 4

ALTIMIRA Hancock GA 1853 - 1854 9

ALTIS Bartow GA 1833 - 1838 9

ALTMAN Hardee FL 1896 - 1915 4

ALTMAN Dooly GA 1892 - 1892 7

ALTO Jackson AL 1885 - 1920 3

ALTO Sumter FL 1888 - 1905 5

ALTO Habersham GA 1879 - Date 0

ALTON Lafayette FL 1904 - 1926 3

ALTON Fulton GA 1895 - 1907 5

ALTOONA Etowah AL 1900 - Date 0

ALTOONA Lake FL 1880 - Date 0

ALTOONA Cherokee Nation GA 1831 - 1832 9

ALTURAS Polk FL 1913 - Date 0

ALVA Lee FL 1884 - Date 0

ALVA Jasper GA 1899 - 1903 6

ALVAREZ Mobile AL 1896 - 1899 6

ALVATON Meriwether GA 1908 - Date 0

ALVERSON Saint Clair AL 1894 - 1903 5

ALVIN Madison GA 1895 - 1905 5

ALVIN Berkeley SC 1891 / Date 0

AMACUS Geneva AL 1890 - 1895 6

AMAN Sumter SC 1883 / 1885 7

AMANDAVILLE Hart GA 1818 / 1900 4

AMARURA Jefferson FL 1893 - 1895 6

AMASON Bibb GA 1890 - 1900 5

AMBER Monroe AL 1891 - 1900 6

AMBLER Pickens SC 1883 / 1904 5

AMBOY Turner GA 1899 - 1950 1

AMBROSE Montgomery AL 1891 - 1892 7

AMBROSE Coffee GA 1900 - Date 0

AMELIA Pasco FL 1893 - 1910 3

AMELIA CITY Nassau FL 1927 - 1953 1

AMERICA Walker AL 1895 - 1956 1

AMERICUS (CH) Sumter GA 1833 - Date 0

AMERON Palm Beach FL 1900 - 1903 5

AMES Walton FL 1912 - 1914 5

AMI Forsyth GA 1858 - 1861 9

AMICALOLA Dawson GA 1846 - 1923 3

AMITY Jefferson AL 1891 - 1892 7

AMITY Lincoln GA 1890 - 1956 1

AMOS Winston AL 1890 - 1907 5

AMOS Burke GA 1896 - 1904 5

AMOSKEAG Dodge GA 1888 - 1896 6

AMY Pike AL 1901 - 1903 6

AMY'S CREEK Habersham GA 1860 / 1881 6

AMY'S FORD Habersham GA 1838 - 1842 9

AMZI Murray GA 1894 / 1909 5

ANASTASIA St Johns FL 1888 - 1953 1

ANCILLA Thomas GA 1878 - 1896 6

ANCLOTE Pinoellas FL 1878 - 1915 3

ANCRUM Hamilton FL 1872 - 1880 5

ANDALUSIA Flagler FL 1925 - 1932 3

ANDALUSIA Randolph GA 1899 - 1902 6

ANDALUSIA (CH) Covington AL 1844 / Date 0

ANDEREW'S INSTITUTE De Kalb AL 1876 - 1895 6

ANDERSON Lauderdale AL 1896 - Date 0

ANDERSON Bay FL 1893 - 1907 2

ANDERSON Randolph GA 1900 - 1900 7

ANDERSON Sumter GA 1855 - 1856 8

ANDERSON Whitfield GA 1849 - 1866 8

ANDERSON (CH) Anderson SC 1894 - Date 0

ANDERSON'S CREEK Lauderdale AL 1861 / 1896 3

ANDERSON'S MILLS Holmes FL 1854 - 1856 7

ANDERSONS MILLS Pickens SC 1851 / 1903 4

ANDERSONVILLE Monroe AL 1875 - 1875 8

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ANDES Baldwin GA 1893 - 1905 5

ANDORO Darlington SC 1907 / 1912 5

ANDOVER Spartanburg SC 1891 - 1904 5

ANDREW Autauga AL 1901 - 1904 6

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ANDREWS Upson GA 1901 - 1903 6

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ANDREWS MILLS Darlington SC 1853 / 1883 6

ANGEL CITY Brevard FL 1927 - 1932 3

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ANGLEY'S BRANCH Barnwell SC 1835 / 1857 7

ANGORA Lamar AL 1884 / 1887 7

ANGORA Santa Rosa FL 1905 - 1908 5

ANGUS Houston GA 1833 - 1834 9

ANITA Citrus FL 1894 - 1899 5

ANKER Cullman AL 1897 - 1903 6

ANKONA St Lucie FL 1886 - 1953 1

ANNA Houston AL 1901 - 1904 6

ANNA Baker GA 1904 - 1905 6

ANNA Fulton GA 1895 - 1903 5

ANNA MARIA Manatee FL 1904 - Date 0

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ANNEMARIE Wilcox AL 1893 - 1990 1

ANNETA De Kalb AL 1900 - 1904 6

ANNETTE Baldwin AL 1890 - 1892 7

ANNEVILLE Berkeley SC 1880 - 1900 4

ANNEX Conecun AL 1898 - 1907 5

ANNIE Martin FL 1902 - 1903 5

ANNIE Lowndes GA 1885 - 1894 6

ANNIE Anderson SC 1883 - 1901 5

ANNIEDALE Floyd GA 1893 - 1901 5

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ANNISTON (CH) Calhoun AL 1873 / Date 0

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ANSEL Greenville SC 1889 - 1902 5

ANSLEY Pike AL 1890 - 1975 1

ANSLEY Tift GA 1901 - 1907 5

ANTHONY Marion FL 1886 - Date 0

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ANTHONY PLACE Marion FL 1877 - 1886 3

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ANTIOCH Fayette AL 1900 - 1906 5

ANTIOCH Lamar AL 1894 - 1898 6

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ANTIOCH Lee SC 1886 / 1909 4

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ANTLEYS Orangeburg SC 1899 - 1899 7

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AONIA Wilkes GA 1843 / 1918 3

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APEX Mitchell GA 1881 - 1900 5

APOPKA Orange FL 1869 - Date 0

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APPLE GROVE Morgan AL 1849 / 1897 5

APPLETON Escambia AL 1901 - 1907 5

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APPLETON Montgomery GA 1891 - 1901 5

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APPLING Columbia GA 1799 / Date 0

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APPLINGVILLE (CH) Columbia GA 1829 / 1837 6

APT Choctaw AL 1898 - 1901 6

AQUA DALE Baldwin AL 1907 - 1910 5

AQUAVIA Hart GA 1884 - 1902 5

AQUILLA Franklin GA 1834 - 1880 4

ARAB Marshall AL 1882 - Date 0

ARABI Crisp GA 1882 - Date 0

ARABIA Thomas GA 1856 - 1861 9

ARAGON Polk GA 1899 - Date 0

ARAHBURGH Russell AL 1886 - 1887 8

ARARAT (1) Choctaw AL 1837 - 1844 8

ARARAT (2) Choctaw AL 1880 - 1933 2

ARBACOOCHE Cleburne AL 1842 / 1904 4

ARBOR VITAE Walton FL 1879 - 1880 6

ARBOR VITE Bullock AL 1853 - 1888 6

ARBUCKLE Highland FL 1927 - 1928 4

ARBUCKLE Polk FL 1908 - 1912 4

ARBUTUS Chattooga GA 1910 - 1916 2

ARCADIA Montgomery AL 1858 / 1888 6

ARCADIA DeSoto FL 1883 - Date 0

ARCADIA Hall GA 1872 - 1880 7

ARCADIA Liberty GA 1882 - 1913 2

ARCADIA Saluda SC 1898 - 1899 7

ARCADIA Spartanburg SC 1904 - Date 0

ARCH Forsyth GA 1901 - 1905 6

ARCH CREEK Dado FL 1903 - 1926 1

ARCHER Pickens AL 1892 - 1915 4

ARCHER Alachua FL 1859 - Date 0

ARCHERTON Hancock GA 1902 - 1902 7

ARCO Glynn GA 1920 - 1948 1

ARCOLA Lamar AL 1890 - 1901 5

ARCOLA Marengo AL 1833 - 1841 8

ARCTIC Winston AL 1900 - 1905 6

ARCTIC Warren GA 1888 - 1891 7

ARCUS Coffee AL 1901 - 1928 3

ARDELL Walker/Cullman AL 1895 - 1930 2

ARDELLA Spartanburg SC 1894 - 1903 5

ARDEN Lamar AL 1898 - 1905 6

ARDEN Greenville SC 1890 - 1903 5

ARDILLA Houston AL 1898 - 1918 4

ARDOCK McIntosh GA 1905 - 1906 6

ARENA Russell AL 1834 - 1834 9

ARGO Jefferson AL 1869 - 1965 1

ARGO Pasco FL 1886 - 1892 5

ARGO Fannin GA 1900 - 1908 5

ARGO Hall GA 1841 - 1866 5

ARGO Wilcox GA 1885 - 1887 7

ARGUS Crenshaw AL 1844 / 1890 5

ARGUTA Dale AL 1891 - 1906 5

ARGYLE Walton FL 1883 - Date 0

ARGYLE Clinch GA 1882 / Date 0

ARGYLE Decatur GA 1852 - 1856 9

ARGYLE Ware GA 1866 - 1895 5

ARIAL Marion SC 1898 - 1904 5

ARIEL Volusia FL 1908 - 1920 3

ARIEL Marion SC 1851 - 1853 9

ARIOSTO Dale AL 1890 - 1905 2

ARIPEKA Pasco FL 1895 - Date 0

ARITON Dale AL 1905 - Date 0

ARK Winston AL 1881 - 1891 4

ARK DeKalb GA 1849 - 1851 9

ARKADELPHIA Cullman AL 1854 - 1968 1

ARKDELL Lauderdale AL 1901 - 1907 5

ARKWRIGHT Shelby AL 1909 - 1926 3

ARKWRIGHT Spartanburg SC 1898 - 1905 5

ARLEY Winston AL 1900 / Date 0

ARLEY Jeff Davis GA 1906 - 1906 7

ARLINGTON Escambia AL 1877 - 1877 9

ARLINGTON Wilcox AL 1887 - Date 0

ARLINGTON Citrus FL 1885 - 1904 5

ARLINGTON Duval FL 1912 - 1954 1

ARLINGTON Calhoun GA 1872 - Date 0

ARLINGTON Spartanburg SC 1887 - 1985 1

ARMADILLO (1) Butler AL 1857 - 1860 7

ARMADILLO (2) Butler AL 1860 - 1866 7

ARMENA Lee GA 1891 - 1892 7

ARMENIA Screven GA 1837 - 1854 7

ARMENIA Chester SC 1901 - 1904 6

ARMISTEAD Montgomery AL 1881 / 1884 7

ARMOR Pike AL 1900 - 1902 6

ARMOUR Pinellas FL 1889 - 1896 5

ARMSTRONG Macon AL 1891 - 1988 1

ARMSTRONG St Johns FL 1886 / 1932 2

ARMSTRONG Wilkes GA 1900 - 1905 6

ARMSTRONG Greenville SC 1892 - 1902 5

ARMSTRONG STATION St Johns FL 1907 - 1910 4

ARMSTRONG'S Montgomery AL 1822 - 1827 8

ARMUCHEE Floyd GA 1837 / Date 0

ARNO Alachua FL 1901 - 1907 4

ARNOLD Wilcox AL 1890 - 1916 4

ARNOLD Dougherty GA 1875 - 1879 8

ARNOLD Fulton GA 1883 - 1903 5

ARNOLD Ware GA 1880 - 1882 7

ARNOLD'S MILLS Pickens SC 1858 - 1882 6

ARNOLDSVILLE Jackson GA 1856 - 1857 9

ARNOLDSVILLE Oglethorpe GA 1902 - Date 0

ARNOT Lauderdale AL 1902 - 1905 6

ARONEY De Kalb AL 1890 - 1903 5

ARP Banks GA 1880 - 1905 5

ARP Irwin GA 1910 - 1932 2

ARRAN Wakulla FL 1894 - 1954 1

ARREDONDA Alachua FL 1873 - 1925 3

ARRIEVILLE Johnson GA 1896 - 1906 5

ARRINGTON Tift GA 1892 - 1906 5

ARROWOOD Fulton GA 1893 - 1902 4

ARROWOOD Spartanburg SC 1846 / 1866 7

ART Dale AL 1892 - 1906 5

ART Holmes FL 1899 - 1900 6

ARTA Talladega AL 1901 - 1907 5

ARTESIA Brevard FL 1891 - 1954 1

ARTHUR Lauderdale AL 1886 - 1907 5

ARTHUR Lake

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