City Directories and History: Walker’s 1910 Postal Route map is an invaluable tool in tracking historical locations in York County’s early 20th century rural communities. Each section is tagged with the names associated with that particular area. Be sure to open the MORE INFORMATION/ ENLARGEABLE MAP link for the enlargeable PDF map which users can easily study.
In many cases, these same locations, have also been linked directly to the R&R “other” pages, associated with the individual names, and sites on the maps. To return to the master index list, click HOME.
The Herald reported on Sept. 30, 1896 – “J.C. Wilborn (Wilburn), of Ebenezer is having a new roof put on his house.”
The Herald reported on June 4, 1902 – That thieves attached Mr. Sam Barron last Saturday. He has two stores, one at his home, and the other near the dam of the Catawba Power Company.
The RH Record reported on Nov. 12, 1908 – “The PO at Newport has been discontinued, and the former patrons of that office are now being served by rural carriers.”
The RH Record reported on July 29, 1909 – “Congressman Finley has had a new post office established at Newport, with Ms. Mary Jackson as Postmaster.”
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