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Nashville Post Office

The first Post Office was established in Nashville June 29, 1866. Records at the Post Office are from 1887. In 1888, Nashville was a fourth-class Post Office. Today we are a second-class Post Office. In 1903 there was a Post Officer at Ceylon which was at the corner of Butler and Curtis Roads. Maple Grove also had a Post Office at one time.

In 1887 mail boxes rented for $.10 a quarter and in 1969 a box cost $.90.

The first Post Office was located on the east side of Main Street. After several more moves it was finally located at its current location in 1966.

Postmasters who have served at Nashville Post Office.

John C. Palmer

June 29, 1866

Henry H Wood

Sept. 11, 1871

Horace T. Davidson 

March 8, 1875

Emory Parady

Jan. 13, 1881

Myron B Brooks

Feb. 1, 1886

John Furniss

May 7, 1887

Walter S Powers

Feb 6, 1895

Leonard W. Feighner

Jan. 27, 1899

Henry C.  Glasner

June 5, 1914

Pauline Lykins

July 31, 1922

Robert E. Surine

Feb. 6. 1923

Elbert V. Smith

Oct. 30, 1929

Ward Quick

April 10, 1933

Edwin C. Kraft

Dec. 11, 1933

Aaron L. Bennett

April 1, 1949

Ivan J. Babcock

July 20, 1951

J. Merle Scott

June 19, 1953

Harvey W. Wilson

March 31, 1954

Wilma F. DeCamp

May 7, 1966