Many post offices have served the communities through the years. Most have disappeared, while some remain in service. Sometimes we wonder what might have happened if the post offices had been allowed to stay open. Would the country stores around them have survived? Would our sense of community and unity be stronger?
From our records, we have found these names, A to Z, past and present.
Achilles, Adner, Allmondsville, Ark;Baileys, Batt, Bellamy, Belroi, Bena, Bridges;Cappahosic, Cash, Clay Bank, Clements Wharf, Clopton, Coke, Crab;Dixondale, Dutton, Flat Iron (Iron Clad), Freeport;Glass, Glenns, Gloucester, Gloucester Point, Gum Fork;Harcum, Hayes, James Store, Lady;Maryus, Money, Naxera, Nest, New Upton, Nuttall;Ordinary, Pampa, Perrin, Pinero, Pinetta;Roanes, Sassafras, Schley, Selden, Severn, Short Lane, Signpine;Tidemill, Wan, Ware Neck, White Marsh, Wicomico, Woods Cross Roads, and Zanoni.
Auburn Wharf, Bavon, Beaverlett, Belle Isle, Blakes, Bohan...
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