Central > Williams
Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 12:08PM
Jo Giessner

1874 August 10, 4th Class Post Office established as Central, Colusa, California, located 10 miles southwest of Colusa. Was a stage stop on the Sacramento to Oregon road and in the center of the valley.

William H. Williams, First Postmaster.

1876 June 28, Post Office discontinued and the name changed to Williams.

1876 June 28, 2nd Class Post Office established as Williams, Colusa, California, located 10 miles southwest of Colusa. Named for William H. Williams, founder of the townsite.

William H. Williams, First Postmaster.

1881 February 3, Philo B. Chamberlain, Postmaster.

1885 September 28, John J. Fouch, Postmaster.

1895 December 14, Seymour H. Callen, Postmaster.

1911 May 18, Sarah B. Anthony, Postmaster.

1920 February 11, Floyd E. Kidd, Postmaster.

1929 June 19, Harry G. Manor, Postmaster.

1931 January 31, Violet Manor, Postmaster.

1935 March 3, Mrs. Violet D. Linebaugh, Postmaster.

1935 August 1, Miss Maude A. Northey, Postmaster.

1955 May 14, Mrs. Maude N. Harlan, Postmaster.

1955 August 31, Harry A. Smith, Postmaster.

1962 September 20, Mrs. Ramona C. Hilliard, Postmaster.

 

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