ⓘ Belmont, Mississippi

                                     

ⓘ Belmont, Mississippi

The settlement of Belmont was originally called Gum Springs with a post office built in 1884. After completion of the Birmingham Division of the Illinois Central Railroad in 1907 the town grew considerably. It was incorporated as Belmont meaning "beautiful mountain" on January 22, 1908.

                                     
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