Kemper County MS GenWeb

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Post Offices

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Some information below: Source: "Kemper County - The Pioneer Days", by Louis Parmer (copy may be found at the DeKalb Library)

"Calvert was established May 28, 1886 with Benjamin F. King as postmaster. There was a Calvert's Store in Southwest Kemper with Adam Calvert as postmaster. It is not known if this office was re-established in that area or not. This office was discontinued April 10, 1905."
 "Calvert's Store was established on Jan. 29, 1856 with Adam Calvert as postmaster. It was in Mr. Calvert's store, which was about 8 miles northeast of Collinsville. It was discontinued on April 27, 1881."

Cullum Post Office (Historical) Oak Grove
Darnall Post Office (Historical) Moscow
Enondale Post Office (Historical) Porterville"
Fort Foote was established on Sept. 6, 1852 with William Cathy as postmaster. It was discontinued on Dec. 15, 1855." 
Giles Post Office (Historical) Scooba
Kellis Store Post Office (Historical) Lynville
Kemper Springs Post Office (Historical) Lauderdale
Kipling Post Office (Historical) Lauderdale NW
Millington Post Office (Historical) Paulette
Moscow Post Office (Historical) Moscow
Mount Nebo Post Office (Historical) Lauderdale NW
Narkeeta Post Office (Historical) Porterville
Oak Grove Post Office (Historical) Oak Grove
Pawticfaw Post Office (Historical) Lauderdale NW
Pea Ridge Post Office (Historical) Lynnville
Peden Post Office (Historical) Lynnville
Porterville Post Office (Historical) Porterville
Preston Post Office Preston
Prince Post Office (Historical) Vernon
Prismatic Post Office (Historical) Daleville
Rio Post Office (Historical) Post
Rock Mount Post Office (Historical) Oak Grove
Spinks Post Office (Historical)House
Sucarnoochee Post Office (Historical)Porterville
Tamola Post Office (Historical) Tamola
Townsend Post Office (Historical) Townsend
Wahalak Post Office (Historical) Shuqualak
West Kemper Post Office (historical)Moscow

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