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Kansas Post Offices, 1828-1961

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County: Morton

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Post Office County Established Discontinued Notes
Brandley  Morton  1885-10-23  1886-01-21  Moved to Richfield. Established in Seward County.  
Kyle  Morton  1886-09-22  1887-10-19   
Frisco  Morton  1886-04-01  1888-07-30  Moved to Morton.  
Maud  Morton  1886-12-02  1889-07-20   
Cundiff  Morton  1887-06-21  1892-03-15   
Taloga  Morton  1886-06-01  1900-05-07  Name change to Point Rocks.  
Morton  Morton  1888-07-30  1900-08-15  Moved from Frisco.  
Westola  Morton  1887-08-09  1903-04-15   
Viroqua  Morton  1887-05-24  1906-03-15   
Glenwood  Morton  1906-10-24  1907-02-01  [Order of change rescinded]  
Battleax  Morton  1911-06-26  1912-03-22   
Sid  Morton  1909-05-19  1913-05-09  Name change to Elkhart.  
Cess  Morton  1887-08-26  1914-03-15   
Westola  Morton  1912-05-25  1914-08-20  Post office moved into Colorado.  
Notts  Morton  1908-03-16  1917-08-31   
Point Rocks  Morton  1900-05-07  1921-11-15  Name change from Taloga.  
Agolat  Morton  1924-07-03  1925-01-15   
Dermot  Morton  1886-07-20  1929-08-31  Established in Stevens County.  
Wilburton  Morton  1913-08-26  1957-05-31   
Richfield  Morton  1886-01-21  Open in 1961  Moved from Brandley. Established in Seward County.  
Elkhart  Morton  1913-05-09  Open in 1961  Name change from Sid.  
Rolla  Morton  1907-08-31  Open in 1961   

The Kansas Post Offices Database contains information taken from Robert W. Baughman's Kansas Post Offices, May 29, 1828-August 3, 1961, published by the Kansas Postal History Society, an affiliate of the Kansas Historical Society. It includes every known Kansas post office with its dates of operation. These dates can indicate approximately when the town was established and in some cases, when it disappeared.

The name and boundaries of some Kansas counties were still changing up to 1893. If the county where the post office was located changed, or if the town changed its name, this is noted in the "notes" field and you will need to search on the earlier or later names for additional information. If a post office was originally in Kansas Territory but became part of the new Colorado Territory on Feb. 28, 1861, the information given here ends with that date.

The information in the database is current through 3 August 1961. Post office openings, closings, and name changes since that date are currently being researched for addition to the database.

KSHS volunteers Bill and Diana Sowers, Joan Stevenson, and Louis Reed transcribed the information for this database. Melvin Bruntzel researched post-1961 changes.

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