on a Pinhead|
is found imprinted on a 1907 postal map.
We will publish additional information when it becomes available.
Handbook Online does not give any information on Litwalton. I looked at the Texas
Genweb site for Garza County, and don't recall seeing anything on the town. However,
according to Jim Wheat's Post Masters and Post Offices of Texas, Litwalton had
a post office on May 2, 1903, with Charles W. Justis the first postmaster. Later
Mary V. Gates took over (Oct. 18, 1906) and then the post office was discontinued
July 31, 1907, when the mail went to Tahoka
in Lynn County. Apparently Litwalton did not survive." - Holly Hilpert,
December 05, 2011
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