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April 12, 2020
2:00 pm, Sunday,
Senior Connections, Clanton
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CCHS in the News
Council votes to allow clean-up of Clanton City Cemetery

Local historian will give lecture on Battle of Ebenezer Church
Clanton Post Office and Postmasters

Clanton

Originally called Pond, or Goose Pond, changed to Clanton, May 4, 1871

PostmasterDate of Appointment PostmasterDate of Appointment
Alfred BakerJan 31, 1871 (Goose Pond) Grady F. Harris (Act.)Oct 27, 1918
John W. GullahornDec 18, 1871 Grover C. HarrisSep 1, 1919 (Act.)
John H. HannonSep 9, 1875 Newton A. KickerJul 17, 1920 (Act.)
Mrs. Frances A. HannonSep 5, 1883 John M. Parrish1920 (Act.)
Jesse S. EdwardsJul 1, 1889 James J. PickensNov 18, 1920 (Act.)
Buchannan H. ChestnuttDec 10, 1890 Wiley M. BeanFeb 14, 1922
John GarnerSep 4, 1893 Billy SmithMar 15, 1935 (Act.)
Lewis B. PoundsSep 21, 1897 Hosea F. DownsFeb 25, 1938
Joseph B. DownsMay 3, 1900 Reuben W. LoweMay 22, 1939 (1940?)
Feliz O. DudleyDec 22, 1902 Luther P. BeanSep 30, 1955
Barney M. RobertsJan 11, 1915 Russell R. SutleyNov 30, 1959
James E. Robinson(Feb 2, 1917, died
in office Oct 16, 1918)
Hugh M. Bates1965

Sources:
Chilton County and Her People, 1985 edition, page 171.
The Union Banner, Feb 18, 1960, page 1.