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Though the office is now called Probate Judge, the former names were Justice of the Inferior Court and more recently, Court of Ordinary.

Campbell, James M. 1909-1933
Dooly, J.W. 1933-57
Edwards, Edward H. 1840-1853(?)
Farnsworth, Anderson 1853-1873
Gudger, R.M. 1901(?)-1909
Harper, Thomas 1834-36
Keith, W.W. Jr. 1957-1977
McGhee, Burton 1836-1840
Ovbey, T.J. 1893-1901
Peeples, Harlan 1977 to present
Ramsey, W.H. 1873-1893

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