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Burgesses and Postmasters of Clearfield, Pennsylvania

Burgesses of Clearfield, 1923-60 (may be incomplete!)
Frank Kittelberger as of 1923 William A. Hagerty as of 1927 Harry J. Brown as of 1933-37 Milford Bratton as of 1953 Donald L. Mohney as of 1954-56 Donald M. Rosenberry as of 1960

Postmasters at Clearfield, 1823-1977 (may be incomplete!)
Thomas Hemphill 1823-38 William L. Moore 1838-41 Ellis Irwin 1841-43 William L. Moore 1843-49 William Radebaugh 1849-53 John H. Hillburn 1853-57 Charles D. Watson 1857-61 Michael A. Frank 1861-66 Peter A. Gaulin 1866-82 Samuel J. Row 1882-86 A. Bowman Weaver 1886-90 Albert M. Row 1890-95 J. Miller Bloom 1895-99 John M. Chase, Jr. 1899-1908 John H. Martin 1908-15 John C. Barclay 1915-19 Orvis R. Gulich 1919-20 William E. Tobias 1920-23 Clarence E. Roseberry 1923-24 Clarence E. Roseberry 1924-33 Daniel Leffler 1933-34 Daniel Leffler 1934-39 Estella Leffler 1939-41 Seth W. Bloom 1941-42 Ruth Osborn Bloom 1942-44 Albert R. Hinkle 1944-60 J. Lynn McPherson 1960-62 William T. Hagerty 1962-63 Jack A. Lanager 1963-77

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