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Christina Jones Stamps
AKA: Eric's Stamp Corner (on eBay)

Chris Jones
628 River Rd., Sterlington LA 71280 (
ref.1, ref.2 - c.'s unk but found c.201503)
PO Box 1253, Sterlington, LA 71280 (c.2008)
  • 318-726-4683 (c.2008), (318) 726-4709 (ref.1 c.unk but found c.2015)

    Another listing via 'ref.1' above:
    Christina Jones Stamps
    P.O. Box 1261, Sterlinton LA 71280

  • (318) 665-0241

    Coins & Kiloware including packets and wholesale lots : Asia, Africa, Baltic States, British Commonwealth, Europa, Central America, Latin America, Middle East

    Note: www.christinastamps.com/ '404' c.2008; probably a typo!

    Old (c.1999):
    P. O. Box 4456, Monroe, LA 71211 (ref.)

  • Tel.: (318) 726-7850
  • [email protected]

    www.christinastamps.net '404' c.201503
    stores.ebay.com/ERICS-STAMP-CORNER 'does not exist' per eBay c.201503

  • "Appointments of postmasters began in 1775 when our fledgling Congress named Benjamin Franklin as our first postmaster. In 1789, fourteen years after Benjamin's tenure (1775-1776), George Washington appointed Samuel Osgood as the first Postmaster General.

    In 1836, Congress ruled that appointments must be made by the president and confirmed by the Senate at post offices where the annual salary of an appointee exceeded the sum of $1,000. To identify those thus appointed, this book has emphasized them as Pres & Sen. This is an excellent companion volume to the author's previous book, Appointments of Postmasters in Louisiana, 12 January 1827-28 December 1892 (below) (published in 2002 by Heritage Books, Inc.).

    It offers family members and genealogists a new, fresh source, which lists names of females as well as males in an easy-to-read format of post office supervisors. This valuable genealogical resource covers Records Group 29: Volume I through Volume VI. Entries are grouped by parish, according to the post office location, and list the full name of the postmaster/postmistress and the appointment date. A full-name index adds to the value of this work."

    New Orleans Stamp & Philatelic Supply Shop (x)
    William P. Athens
    201 Riverwood Drive, St. Rose, LA 70087 (website c.20150401)
  • [email protected], [email protected]

    ( Whois Record last updated on 2015-04-01 )
    Registrant Organization: William Athens
    Registrant Street: 168 Emerald Creek East
    Registrant City: Abita Springs, LA 70005
    Registrant Phone: (985) 474 9412
    Registrant Email: [email protected]

    An online store "Supplying the World with Quality Stamps and Philatelic Supplies at Reasonable Prices

    We offer a variety of products, but if you need something we do not stock, we will be happy to order it for you. Feedback on the store and the items we stock also is welcomed. If there are particular items you feel we should be carrying in our web store, perhaps additional philatelic reference books, supplies, or maybe a particular line of albums, please let us know and we will do our best to expand our inventory to accommodate your needs. "

    (I don't find any stamps but full lines of supplies & accessories. aj. c.20150401)

  • Appointments of Postmasters in Louisiana, 12 January 1827 - 28 December 1892

    . . . In smaller post offices, the Postmaster General continued to make appointments. It is hoped that a number of readers will discover an ancestor once considered lost, or may find both male and female forebears emerging as postmasters as well as members of family groups. These records reveal the parish, town, postmaster and dates of appointment. A fullname index is included.


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