Centennial History
of
Mason County

By Joseph Cochrane
Springfield, Ill., 1876

POSTOFFICES IN MASON COUNTY
Page 39

1. Havana, in fall of 1829, O. M. Ross, P.M.
2. Bath, in 1842, B. H. Gatton, P.M.
3. Long Branch, in 1872, N. S. Philips, P.M. (discontinued.)
4. Kilbourn, in 1872.
5. Biggs, in 1873, Wm. Buchanan, P.M.
6. Poplar City, in 1873, S. A. Poland, P.M.
7. Easton, in 1873, E. Terrell, P.M.
8. Teheran, in 1874, W. T. Rich, P.M.
9. Mason City, in 1858, A. A. Cargill, P.M.
10. Sangore.
11. Altoona.
12. Topeka.
13. Bishop's.
14. Forest City.
15. Manito.
16. Saidora, in 1868, N. C. Bishop, P.M.
17. Sny Carte.
18. Leases Grove, (discontinued in 1867,) and
19. Changed to Crane Creek in 1868.
20. Quiver, Samuel Patton, P.M., discontinued.
Stage route to Mason City, discontinued, 1867.
Mail route, by railroad, to Urbana, established in 1873.
Mail route, by railroad, to Springfield, established Dec., 1873.
Mail route, by railroad, to Petersburg, established June, 1873.

History Index

Home