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Beck, R.T.
Buchanan, James 1850's
Butler, Frank 1949-53
Butler, Jim 1929-33
Galloway, William
Carter, S.B.
Crockett, J.W. 1842
Groves, W.C.
Hansird, Bill 1981-present
Harris, William G.
Heartsell, William D.
Keith, Ben (killed 1907)*
Keith, R.R. 1852
Kuhn, John H.
Logan, A.T.
McEntire, John C.
McGaughy, William
Morrison, John 1940-45
Peeples, L.F.
Peeples, Tom 1953-60
Poag, Charles (Judy) 1960-73, 77-81
Ramsey, W. Harvey
Robinson, J.L.
Swanson, Ray 1973-77
Terry. C.L.
Underwood, W.J. 1843
Wacaser, George W. 1839
Wilbanks, B.H. (Mike) 1907-1929, 33-39
Wilbanks, Ben 1939-40, 1945-49

*Sheriff Ben Keith died as the result of a gunshot wound he received while arresting an escaped murderer named John Harper. Harper subsequently was tried, found guilty, and sentenced to be hanged in Spring Place. After the gallows were built between Elm and Pendley Streets, his sentence was commuted to life imprisonment. The bullet that killed Sheriff Keith has been preserved at the Old Spring Place Methodist Church.

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