Pendleton County Post Offices


Morgan Post Office

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This locality was originally known as Fork Lick after the large creek there.  It is believed that the first post office in that locality was named Johnson, and was established in 1830. About 1840, this Post Office closed, and we find the locality referred to as Callens, and Stower’s Store. On September 12, 1847, a Post Office was established under the name of Callensville, with Jonathan Callen as postmaster. This office was closed February 8, 1860, after a post office at Morgan was established January 3, 1856, with Benjamin F. (“Doc” )Hume as postmaster. This office closed in 1957.


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