CARROLL

COUNTY

TENNESSEE


1850 Listing of TN post offices and Post masters that ran them Source: Tremayne's Table Of Post Offices Of The U.S.
Compiled By Edward Tremayne. Published New York W F. Burgess-1850
Transcribed by Veneta McKenney
Buena Vista Thomas A. Pasteur. Christmaville Peyton S. Parrish. Hico Leonidas J. McNeill Huntingdon, (ch) Thomas A. Hawkins. McLemoresville Anderson H. Smith. Macedonia George H. Prince. Martin's Creek James H. Crutchfield. Roan's Creek John K. Clark. Sandy Bridge James A. Porterfield. South Carroll Augustin H . Carter. Standardville John Holcombe.


POST OFFICES
Atwood Bilbrey (1882-1893) Blount's Creek (1836-1838) Bramley (1890-1903) Bruceton (1925-Date) Buena Vista (1847-Date) Buxter (1887-1903) Carnsville (1878-1904) Cavvia (1898-1904) Cedar Grove (1875-Date) Christmasville (1827-1902) Clarksburg (1884-1929) Clarksburgh (1857-1894) Crider (1881-1903) Dollar (1881-1904) Don (1901-1902) Dougherty's (1827-1831) Family (1882-1896) Garrettsburg (1892-1903) Giles (1882-1883) Givens (1886-1888) Grayson (1895-1896) Grovewood (1884-1895) Gypsy (1886-1903) Hecla (1847-1857) Hico (1832-1912) Hinkledale (1901-1902) Hollow Rock (1868-Date) Holmes (1886-1903) Huntingdon (1824-Date) Jumbo (1902-1904) Junction City (1923-1925) Lankford (1888-1902) Lavinia Leach (1880-1986) Lemore (1901-1902) Longrock (1899-1903) Macedonia (1830-1866) Maple Creek (1852-1894) Marlborough (1852-1879) Martins Creek (1838-1852) McKenzie (1866-Date) McLemoresville Mixie (1884-1904) Muse (1900-1903) New One (1922-1923) Newbill (1892-1906) Oak (1898-1902) Post (1891-1924) Profit (1882-1900) Pughville (1878-1887) Rettuia (1840-1843) Roan's Creek (1847-1857) Roxie (1884-1902) Sandy Bridge (1830-1868) South Carroll (1836-1866) Standardville (1847-1854) Terry (1852-1875) Terryville (1852-1852) Tippecanoe (1843-1844) Townes (1894-1903) Trezevant (1859-Date) Vale (1900-1976) Wayne (1900-1903) Westport (1892-Date) Whitthorne (1896-1945) Woodholm (1833-1836) Woods Hill (1890-1905) Woods Store (1827-1833) Wrights (1832-1838) Yuma (1895-Date)

[Source: Used with permission from Jim Forte at www://postalhistory.com]

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