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Mayors and Postmasters of Cullman, Alabama


Mayors of Cullman, 1874-2013 (may be incomplete!)
Fred Betz 1874 Thomas C. Wilhite 1874-75 Charles A. Beckert 1875-76 G. A. Prinz 1876-77 John Langhoff 1877-78 Julius Damas 1879 Asa B. Hays 1879-80 Nicholas Mashino 1880-81 John Elshumer 1881-82 H. L. Watlington 1882-85 Charles Plato 1885-86 G. P. Fruaff 1886-87 S. H. Herrin 1887-89 George H. Parker 1900-03 George J. Beyer 1903-10 M. L. Robertson 1910-32 John A. Dunlap 1932-48 W. J. Nesmith 1948-56 J. W. Arnold 1956-60 William R. Griffin 1960-64 W. J. Nesmith 1964-76 Robert E. McGukin 1976-84 Jack K. Sides 1984-88 Therman Murphree 1988-92 Jack K. Sides 1992-2000 Donald E. Green 2000-08 Max A. Townson 2008-

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1932 Sep 19: John A. Dunlap, elected; M. L. Robertson, defeated.
  • 1948 Sep 20: W. J. Nesmith, elected; John A. Dunlap, defeated; Howard L. Taylor, defeated.


    Postmasters at Cullman, 1879-1911 (may be incomplete!)
    Mrs. D. Watlington as of 1879 Millard F. Parker as of 1889 Lorena Hays as of 1901 William A. Heck as of 1911

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