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  • Info A postmaster is the head of an individual post office. more...
  • Since the place had no official name, it was named after him, the postmaster.
  • Subsequently he went into the post office looking for his postmaster.
  • He was the first postmaster and conducted the affairs of the office in his store building.
  • He was also involved in the railway mail service and was postmaster for several years.
  • After his death, his widow who took over his post of royal General Postmaster.
  • In Canada, many early places are named after the first postmaster.
  • Her father was a postmaster and her mother was a doctor.
  • Mr. West served as postmaster and opened the first general store.
  • After the civil war he was made postmaster and established his office in the basement of his home.
  • The postmaster at the time was a man by the name of John Hall.
  • He served at times as mayor and postmaster of the town.
  • He was asked to be the official postmaster for the area.
  • His father was from New Hampshire where he served as the town postmaster.
  • He served as the community's school secretary and postmaster.
  • In his later years, he served as the postmaster of a small town in Connecticut.
  • He established a school, hotel, saloon, and post office, and named himself postmaster.
  • During this time he became active in public affairs and served as postmaster, town clerk and member of the school board.
  • She was also the postmaster and handed the position down to her daughter, Mary Jones.
  • It is named after T.M. West, the first postmaster of the city.
  • However, the US postmaster general rejected the name as too common.
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Meaning of postmaster

  • noun The person in charge of a post office