ⓘ Hornersville, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ Hornersville, Missouri

Hornersville was platted in 1842. The city was named for its founder, Dr. William H. Horner, who had settled there in 1832. A post office called Hornersville has been in operation since 1875.

                                     
  • eastward across the bootheel, and it goes through the towns of Arbyrd, Hornersville Rives, and Steele. It becomes concurrent with US 61 briefly in Steele
  • Senath - Hornersville C - 8 School District operates one elementary school and Senath - Hornersville Sr. High School the middle school is located in Hornersville Mo
  • 07 - 12 Senath - Hornersville C - 8 School District - Senath Senath Elementary School PK - 04 Hornersville Middle School 05 - 08 Senath - Hornersville High School
  • Route 164 to the west, and Hornersville lies along Route 164 to the east. Senath lies to the northeast along US 412. The Missouri - Arkansas state line lies
  • the region, but neither is located within its geographic boundaries. Hornersville a small town in southern Dunklin County, was home to William H. Major
  • Routes K and Y continue north from the state line and travel to Hornersville Missouri Highway 119 is a 3.03 - mile 4.88 km state highway entirely in
  • Missouri Route 164 traverses Cardwell, connecting the city with Arbyrd and Hornersville to the east. U.S. Route 412 passes just south and east of Cardwell. According
  • detachment Near Morganza, La., September 8. Atchafalaya September 8 9. Hornersville Mo., September 20 2nd Battalion Sterling s Farm, on Bayou Fordoche
  • Missouri is a state located in the Midwestern United States. In Missouri cities are classified into three types: Class 3, Class 4, and those under constitutional
  • of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Dunklin County, Missouri This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts