Rawles, Mississippi

Adams County

Population: 

Town incorporated:  no

Post office: no

Railroads: NJ&C- Y&MV- IC- ICG

 

                  

Town Northeast- Foster

 

Milepost 95.2

(from Jackson)

 

Next Town Southwest- Concord

 

soil survey map

 

1964 USGS topo map

HISTORY by Tony Howe: 

Rawles was the location of a flag stop and short spur on the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley RR. It was named for Major John Rawle, an officer in Nathan Bedford Forrest's Brigade, and son-in-law of local landowner Fredrick Stanton. 

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