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MURRAY COUNTY'S ELECTED OFFICIALS
1832-1986


CORONERS

J.S. Keister, who was in office in 1910 and for several years thereafter, is generally thought to have been Murray's first coroner. T.E. (Ed) Childers who died in 1943 had served as coroner for several years. Succeeding coroners have included E.J. Tudor, Simmie Thornton, Hershel Penland (1969-1973), Benny Thornton (1973-1977), Frank Flood (1977-1981) and Ken Adams (1981 to date).

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