September 1984

 

FIRST POSTMASTERS OF CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY

Postmaster: Post Office

Emons, Daniel C: Allenville

McLean, John: Apple Creek

Clodfelter, ___: Appleton

Revelle, Davis W.: Arbor

Tacke,___ Arnsberg

______: Bainbridge

Hatcher, Mary W.: Barroll

Davis, Chesley B: Bee

Hoppe: Henry: Berlin

McBridge: George: Blomeyer

Bowman, Henry: Bowman

Burford, Solomon H: Burfordsville

Howard, Henderson W: Byrd

___________:  Cape Girardeau

Walker, William W.: Circleville

McBride, George: Cousinville

Neff, John L.: Craft

Lancaster, John H: Crump

Dunn, William W: Daisy

Highes, John F: Delia

Morrison, Charles S: Deray

Oneth, Michael: Dutchtown

Sheppard, Elisha: Egypt Mills

Smith, Matthew: Flat Rock

Stewing, Henry: Friedheim

Scaldwell, Robert L:  Fruitland

Schell, (not entered): Germantown

Kerstner, Claus: Gordonville

Burford, Anson D.: Gravel Hill

Kinder, William F.: Gravel Road

Young, James: Greens Ferry

Hendricks, Charles F: Hendricksville

Hose, Augustin: Hickory Ridge

Hilderbrand, Daniel: Hilderbrand

Ulrich, Charles: Houck

Witter, Erastus: Iona

Campbell, Daniel: Jackson

Kurre, Henry: Kurreville

Lane, Mary: Laneville

Haile, Leemon: Leemon

Dunn, John: Legard

Campbell, James A: Lovejoy

Miller, John J.: Millersville

Liles, Ebenezer C.: Moccosonville

Robersen, Joseph: Mockersonville

Harris, Robert: Neely's Landing

Ude, Augustus: New Wlls

Wilson, John: Oak Ridge

Schnurbusch, Joseph F: Old Appleton

Witter, Erastus: Seemorn

McCrea, Clark: Sharpsboro

Wilson, Gilbert S: Shawneetown

Hines, Edwing: Sheffield

Hoppe, Henry: Solado

Nussbaum, J.J.: Stroderville

Kipping, Louis: Tilsit

Vancil, W: Vancil's Landing

Vancill, Samuel: Vancill's Landing

O'Brien, Martin S.: Vogel

Laird, John W: Whig

Miller, Andrew: White Water

O'Brien, Philip M: Whitewater

 

AREA FOOTPRINTS, Volume IX. May 1983, Number 2

 


WHO WE ARE

The Cape Girardeau County Genealogical Society was organized in May 1970, a non-profit organization, its primary purpose is education in the field of genealogy. Membership is open to individuals upon payment of the annual dues of $10, or a couple for $15, per year, beginning in May. Life membership is available for a one-time payment of $250.

CGCGS publishes a quarterly "The Collage of Cape County" in March, June, September, and December, sent free to members. All members are encouraged to submit articles for publication.

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Cape Girardeau County Genealogical Society
PO Box 571, Jackson, MO 63755
capegenealogy@gmail.com
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The CGCGS Library is located in the Research Room at the Cape Girardeau County Archive Center, 112 East Washington, Jackson, MO and is open during regular Archive Center hours. Our meetings are held at The Cape Girardeau County Archive Center, 112 East Washington in Jackson MO, by-monthly in January, March, May, July, September, and November on the fourth Tuesday at 7:00 p.m., unless announced otherwise.


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