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List of Persons who receive a Daily Mail under the
Rural Free Delivery System in Dallas County,
Service from Dallas

RURAL ROUTE NO. I.
William A. Work, carrier.

LINK TO LIST OF RURAL ROUTE NO. 1 RESIDENTS

     Beginning at the Postoffice at Oak Cliff (Station "A. of Dallas postoffice) and proceeding to town limits at the Dallas and Lancaster road, 1 mile; thence south on Dallas and Lancaster road to D. Stevenson's corner, 8 3/4 miles; thence northeasterly on connecting road to Hutchins and Dallas road, 4 3/8 miles; thence north over Hutchins and Dallas road to McGregor's, 4 1/2 miles; thence southwest to J. E. Thigpen's, 1 1/2 miles; thence northwest over J. K. Sloan's survey, 5/8 mile; thence east to C. C. Crosby's corner, 1/2 mile; thence northeast and north to Barry Miller's, 1 1/2 miles; thence northwest over Dallas and Hutchins road via Miller's road, 2 3/4 miles; thence southwest to Station "A" postoffice, 1 mile. Length of route, 26 1/2 miles; area covered, 42 square miles; number of houses on route, 120; population served, 625.


RURAL ROUTE NO. 2.
Charles E. Theall, carrier.

LINK TO LIST OF RURAL ROUTE NO. 2 RESIDENTS

     From the postoffice at Oak Cliff (Station "A" of Dallas postoffice) to the city limits at Meridian road, 1 mile; thence due south over the Meridian road to Ka postoffice, 9 miles; thence south on the Meridian road, 1-16 [1/16?] mile; thence west to the Wheatland and DeSoto road, 2 miles; thence north over Wheatland and DeSoto road to Wheatland, 2 miles; thence north to Moss road, 2 miles; thence west on Moss road, 2 miles; thence north to Five Mile postoffice, 2 miles; thence to Oak Cliff postoffice over Dallas and Cedar Hill road, 6 1/2 miles. Length of route, 26 9/16 miles; area covered, 38 square miles; number of houses on route, 126; population served, 670.


RURAL ROUTE NO. 3.
Granville H. Conner, carrier.

LINK TO LIST OF RURAL ROUTE NO. 3 RESIDENTS

     From the postoffice at Dallas to the White Rock road, 1 1/2 miles; thence east over the White Rock road, :1/4 mile; thence east over the East Pike, 6 3/4 miles; thence northeast over the Dallas and Rockwall road via New Hope and H. Y. Lively's, 1 3/4 miles; thence south and east to Wilson's gin, 1/2 mile; thence slightly southeast over Wilson's gin and Mesquite road to East Pike, 1 3/8 miles; thence west to Mrs. Ross' road over East Pike, 2 5/8 miles; thence over the Ross road south to south line of Tanner survey, 1 mile; thence southeast over south line of Tanner survey to Mesquite and Dallas road via Scyene, 2 miles; thence southwest over Dallas and Mesquite road via Scyene to White Rock road, a 5 5/8 miles; thence west over White Rock road to city limits, 2 1/2 miles; thence to Dallas postoffice, 1 1/2 miles. Length of route, 27 3/8 miles; area covered, 45 square miles; number of houses on route, 120; population served, 610.


RURAL ROUTE NO. 4.
Thomas N. Wood, carrier.

LINK TO LIST OF RURAL ROUTE NO. 4 RESIDENTS

     From postoffice at Dallas to Dallas and Rockwall road, 2 miles; thence northeast over Dallas and Rockwall road to Rheinhardt and Calhoun road, 6 miles; thence southeast over Rheinhardt and Calhoun road to Rheinhardt, 1/2 mile; thence south over Euker road, 7/8 mile; thence along south line of Hart survey, 1 mile; thence along east line of Hart survey, 1 mile; thence over the Rheinhardt and New Hope road to Rheinhardt, 1/2 mile; thence west over Rheinhardt and Calhoun road to the Dallas and Rockwall road (retrace), 1/2 mile; thence north over Dallas and Rockwall road, 1/2 mile; thence west over the Rheinhardt and Calhoun road, 2 1/4 miles; thence south over Dallas and Greenville road to Calhoun road, 2 5/8 miles; thence over Calhoun road to Calhoun, 1/2 mile; thence retrace west over Calhoun road to Richardson road, 1/8 mile; thence in an irregularly southerly direction over Richardson road to J. N. Wood's, 1 3/8 miles; thence south over the Dallas and Greenville road to city limits, 3 1/8 miles; thence to Dallas postoffice, 2 miles. Length of route, 24 7/8 miles; area covered, 36 square miles; number of houses on route, 130; population served, 650.


RURAL ROUTE NO. 5
James N. Conner, carrier.

LINK TO LIST OF RURAL ROUTE NO. 5 RESIDENTS

     From the post office at Dallas to city limits, 1 1/2 miles; thence north over old Denton road, 1 5/8 miles; thence northeast to the Dallas and Denton road, 1/2 mile; thence northwest over Dallas and Denton road to the lower Denton and Farmers Branch road, 2 1/2 miles; thence west and northwest and north over the lower Denton and Farmers Branch road to the Precinct line, 3 miles; thence west over Precinct road, 1 1/2 miles; thence north over Farmers Branch and Letot road, I mile; thence east on connecting road, 1 mile; thence north over lower Farmers Branch and Denton road, 1 1/2 miles; thence east over the lower Farmers Branch and Richardson road to M. C. Dooley's, 2 1/4 miles; thence south over Dallas and Denton road to Dallas city limits, 9 miles; thence to Dallas postoffice, 2 miles. Length of route, 27 3/8 miles; area covered, 49 square miles; number of houses on route, 115; population served, 575.


RURAL ROUTE NO. 6.
Samuel D. Lennox, carrier.

LINK TO LIST OF RURAL ROUTE NO. 6 RESIDENTS

    From Dallas postoffice to the city limits, 1 1/2 miles; thence west over Dallas and Fort Worth road, 5/8 mile; thence over the Grapevine and Eagle Ford road to Story's road, 7 1/2 miles; thence west and south over the Story road, 1 mile; thence west to O. D. Vandercorts, 7/8 mile; thence north over the Kit and Sowers road to J. S. Starkey's corner, 1 mile; thence east over Kit and Sowers road to Kit, 1 3/8 miles; thence north over the Grapevine and California Crossing road, 1 1/2 miles; thence east over the Grapevine and California Crossing road to Garwheeler bridge, 2 3/4 miles; thence over Maple avenue to city limits, 5 miles; thence to the Dallas postoffice, 2 miles. Length of route, 26 1/8 miles; area covered, 39 square miles; number of houses on route. 110; population served 560.


Source: Worley's Directory of the City of Dallas, 1903, pp. 625-633.