Business men who used Keelville as their P. O., address as of 1902.
Daniel Carrell, Farmer.
J. R. Good rich, Farmer and breeder of thoroughbred Duroe Jesery Hogs.
F. J. Miller, Breeder of thoroughbred of Short Horn Cattle.
W. H. Naylor, Farmer and Breeder of registered Poland China Hogs.
J. M. Roper, Farmer.
T. R. Street, Farmer and Breeder of thoroughbred of Duroe Jesey Hogs.
Ex-Union Soldiers Living in Keelville, as of 1904.
George Burnett, Sergeant, Co. B., 111th., U. S. Infantry.
Ralph Boyer, Corporal, Co. E., 78th., Pennsylvania Infantry.
George Easton, Private, Co. C., 119th., Illinois Infantry.
John A. Hill, Corporal, Co. F., &th., Missouri Cavalry.
J. W. S. Lane, Private, Co. D., 75th., Indiana Infantry.
R. P. Milles, Private, Co. E., 14th., Missouri Cavalry.
Milton Sparks, Corporal, Co. K., 117th., Kentucky Infantry.
John J. Scott, Private, Co. D., 46th., Iowa, Infanyry.
Thomas Street, Private, Co. C., 138th, Indiana, Infantry.
L. H. Taylor, Private, Co. G., 95th., Ohio, Infantry.
Lewis WahI, Private, Co. I., Co. F., 35th., Ohio, Infantry.
Fred Winkleman, Sergeant, Co. I., 2nd Missouri, Infantry.
Biographical Sketcher of business men who used Keelville as their P. O., address as of 1883.
Keelville, a hamlet in Cherokee county, is located in the southwestern corner of the county, 13 miles from Columbus, the county seat, and 6 miles from Faulkner, the nearest railroad station and the postoffice from which its mail is distributed. The population in 1910 was 45.