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Mayors and Postmasters of Carthage, Missouri


Mayors of Carthage, 1902-81 (may be incomplete!)
J. S. Ross as of 1902 E. J. Tucker as of 1929-30 J. C. Griggs as of 1943-49 H. Tiffin Teters as of 1951-52 Thomas E. Taylor as of 1953-54 C. Glenn Joyce as of 1955-57 Ralph A. Rinehart as of 1963-66 William C. Taylor as of 1967 John C. Sheldon as of 1970-73 Ray Carter as of 1978-81

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1922 Apr 4: Charles F. Drake (Dem), elected; A. F. Carmean (Rep), defeated.
  • 1930 Apr 1: E. J. Tucker (Dem), elected.


    Postmasters at Carthage, 1843-1976 (may be incomplete!)
    George Hornback 1843-47 Edward Father 1847-48 Abraham Brittain 1848-49 Elwood B. James 1849-53 Andrew J. Burden 1853-54 John Fitzgerald 1854-56 John H. Williams 1856 Alex M. Dawson 1856-57 Stanfield Ross 1857-58 Alex M. Dawson 1858 Frederick J. Oliver 1858-59 William M. Chenault 1859-60 Jesse L. Cravens 1860-63 George Rader 1866-79 Alonzo F. Lewis 1879-83 George Blakeney 1883-90 Thomas K. Irwin 1890-94 Benjamin F. Thomas 1894-98 Thomas B. Tuttle 1898-1906 Robert T. Stickney 1906-14 Benjamin F. Hackney 1914-22 Lon L. Ashcraft 1922-27 Willis M. Wallingford 1927-33 Frank F. Ross 1933-36 Frank F. Ross 1936-40 Cleo O. Smith 1940 Cleo O. Smith 1940-55 Gordon A. Rollins 1955-61 Mrs. Glynn J. Evans 1961-62 Mrs. Glynn J. Evans 1962-76

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