Stark Co.
Postmasters

Taken from A History of Stark County, with an Outline Sketch of Ohio. ed. William H. Perrin. Chicago: Baskin and Beatty, 1881.
Submitted by Alex Ceely


List of Post Offices, when established, first postmaster (p.212)

Canton; January 1, 1809 Samuel Coulter
Paris; August 22, 1822 Daniel Burgett
Lake; December 12, 1823 Joseph T. Holloway
Waynesburg; May 19, 1824 George Beatty
Greentown; January 27, 1827 Bradley C. Goodwill
Osnaburg; December 24, 1827 Christian Kuntze
Minerva; February 8, 1828 John Pool
*Bethlehem; February 8, 1828 Thomas Hurford
Navarre; August 4, 1834 George W. Swearingen
Barryville; May 28, 1830 Jacob Wolfe
Canal Fulton; October 18, 1830 John Robinson
New Franklin; February 20, 1832 Jesse Shoard
North Industry; April 6, 1832 B. C. Goodwill
East Greenville; December 7, 1832 Jacob Gregor
Marlborough; February 8, 1833 Abraham Brooke
**Jobville; February 25, 1833 Job Johnson
Mount Union; January 30, 1835 Job Johnson
Magnolia; May 26, 1836 John W. Smith
New Baltimore; February 18, 1837 William Haines
Louisville; March 11, 1837 Solomon A. Gorge
Mapleton; May 12, 1837 William Criswell
Hartville; November 4, 1837 John D. Willis
Limaville; March 14, 1839 John G. Morse
West Brookfield; May 1, 1843 Valentin Bohn
Cairo; April 9, 1850 Abraham G. Bair
Alliance; December 31, 1851 David G. Hester
McDonaldsville; April 26, 1852; Benjamin Williams
- discontinued October 14, 1852
Maximo; February 15, 1853 Jacob C. Fry
North Lawrence; June 6, 1854 Jacob John
South Rome; June 6, 1854 Adam Koons
- discontinued October 4, 1858
Pierce; June 8, 1854 John Croft
Freeburg; March 29, 1855 John S. Cook
McDonaldsville; Re-est. December 29, 1857 Samuel Litchlennater
Robertsville; December 1, 1862 Peter Adolff
Wilmot; June 7, 1866 Charles W. Keotz
Richville; January 12, 1872 John Martin
Justine; February 3, 1874 Henry Morganthaler, Jr.
Crystal Springs; August 19, 1874 James W. Read

* = Changed to Navarre; ** = changed to Mount Union