|Birth: ||Feb. 28, 1834|
|Death: ||May 29, 1900|
C. P Atmore's obituary from the New York Times
"C. P. ATMORE DROPS DEAD
Was General Passenger Agent of the
Louisville and Nashville
LOUISVILLE, May 29.-Charles Pawson
Atmore, General Passenger Agent of the
Louisville and Nashville Railroad, dropped
dead in his room at Forth and Chestnut
Streets, this afternoon. His death was due
He was born in 1834 in the Island of
Guernsey, and entered the railway service
of the Louisville, New Albany and Chicago
Railway, and afterward, occupied several
positions with other roads. In 1872 he be-
came General Passenger Agent of the
Louisville and Nashville.
Mr. Atmore is survived by a wife, three
sons, and two daughters. One son, William
Atmore, is Police Commissioner of St.
Louis, and the other two are railroad offic-
The city of Atmore located in Escambia County, Alabama, is named after Charles Pawson Atmore. Prior to 1896, the city of Atmore was know as William's Station.
Leah Ann Williams Atmore (1834 - 1877)*
Cave Hill Cemetery
Created by: John Sharpless
Record added: Sep 26, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30083546
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