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Jemison Post Office and Postmasters

Jemison

Established as Langston Station on December 12, 1870; discontinued on January 3, 1872.  Re-established on January 18, 1872, named changed to Jamison on September 5, 1873; name changed to Jemison on February 13, 1888; named changed to Bristol on March 15, 1890; named changed to Jemison in the latter part of 1890.

James H. Gibbons – 1870
John O. Smith – 1872
John E. Moore – 1872
William S. Thompson – 1873         
Henry C. Lawhon – 1877
John R. Hornady – 1877
Wilson L. Randy – 1878
William E. Lowery – 1881
Frank I. Crocheron – 1889
Mrs. Frances E. Scott – 1891

Thomas Harrison – 1894
William A. Reynolds – 1898
Burton E. Collum – 1908
Henry I. Honeycutt – 1914
Howard Roper – 1918
Jewell Sorrell – 1930
Nora B. Wells – 1934
Miss McMae McNeill (Act.) – 1937
Dezzie A. Littlejohn – 1937
Mrs Marvin Glass – ?
Mrs. Lucille Vines – 1975


Source:  Chilton County and Her People, 1985 edition, page 173