Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Grace Kansas.

Grace Kansas.

Sherman County.
LLanos Township Map, 1907.

On the county map Grace can be found in township 6-south and range 37-west.  On the township map Grace can be found in section 18.
Grace Post Office.
Grace post office open August 7, 1889 and ran to April 30, 1891, closed and reopen October 16, 1903 and ran to March 31, 1909.  Frist postmaster was Joel Turner.
Authors note.  Grace Kansas, was named for Grace Baker, who after the rail road came through moved to Goodland, Kansas.
Patrons of LLanos township who used Grace as their P. O. address as of 1907.
C. F. Butler, Farmer, came to county 1885
W. E. Butler, Farmer, came to county 1886.
Lee Conquest, Farmer.
C. O. Emerson, Farmer.
J. C. England, Farmer.
Thomas Fry, Farmer.
Chas. Hartley, Farmer.
Jas. Hartley, Farmer, came to county 1886.
S. A. McKenzie, Farmer.
E. C. Stannard, Farmer.
W. W. Turner, Farmer.
Grace Kansas, 1912.

Grace, a small hamlet of Sherman county, is situated in the Beaver creek valley, about 18 miles northeast of Goodland, the county seat. It was formerly a postoffice, but now the people receive mail by rural delivery from Edson, which is the nearest railroad station.

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