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About Memphis,MI The area of Memphis was first settled by members of the Wells family from Albany (New York), with Anthony Wells residing in the area from 1834 and James Wells from 1835. The fledgling community was originally called Wells Settlement with the name "Memphis" first being applied in 1848 with the local postal outlet opening that 8 December as Memphis Post Office, "Memphis" being chosen due to the community's location of a bluff overlooking a river (the Belle) paralleling the location of ancient Memphis "the City on the Nile". Memphis would be incorporated as a village 4 April 1865 with status as a city granted in 1953.
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