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Weston, West Virginia
including Preston
Mayors, Postmasters


Mayors of Weston, 1934-99 (may be incomplete!)
M. S. Holt as of 1934 John B. Perky as of 1941-44 O. H. Harrison as of 1945-46 Charles L. Stalnaker as of 1947-48 Edward E. Blair as of 1949-50 Fred G. Weber as of 1951 Robert C. Kiddy as of 1960 Louis G. Craig as of 1961-67 Wendell E. Hayes as of 1977-78 Joseph E. Craft as of 1979-80 Wendell E. Hayes as of 1981-83 Danny P. Whelan as of 1985-87 Gregory Stark as of 1989 Terry Cogar as of 1999


Postmasters at Weston, 1863-1972 (may be incomplete!)
George W. Strickler 1863-66 Abraham Williams 1866-69 Newton B. Barnes 1869-73 Mary A. Barnes 1873-81 William H. Aspinall 1881-87 Alexander H. Brown 1887-90 Charles E. Anderson 1890-93 Granville M. Chidester 1893-95 James H. Edwards 1895-98 Richard A. Hall 1898-1914 Charles Lively 1914-19 DeCosta Smith 1919-20 Earle Reger 1920-28 Charles B. Goodwin 1928-30 Frank G. Jarvis 1930-31 John W. Farnsworth 1931-35 George W. Harris 1935 Lee S. Switzer 1935-54 Sabinus M. McWhorter 1954 Sabinus M. McWhorter 1954-61 Glenn Wilson Hammer 1961-63 Ross White 1963-64 Glenn Wilson Hammer 1964-65 Glenn Wilson Hammer 1965-72


Weston
(became part of West Virginia 1863)

Postmasters at Weston, 1820-63 (may be incomplete!)
John Steeth 1820-25 Gideon D. Camden 1825-26 John Lorentz 1826-30 Adam Baird 1830-32 James Bennett 1832-34 John Lorentz 1834 Richard P. Camden 1834-45 George A. Jackson 1845-49 James A. Hall 1849-54 Frederick J. Alfred 1854-56 Henry I. Tapp 1856-58 Frederick J. Alfred 1858-61 George W. Strickler 1861-63


Preston
(renamed Weston)

Postmasters at Preston, 1818-20 (may be incomplete!)
George H. Camp 1818-20

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