Sunday, April 24, 2016 at 3:00PM
Jo Giessner

1858 March 19, 4th Class Post Office established as Jacinto, Colusa, California located 14 miles northeast of Willow(s). Named for Jacinto Rodriquez, grantee of the Rancho Jacinto Mexican Land Grant of 1844.

Byron O. Smith, First Postmaster.

1862 July 25, Stephen Smith, Postmaster.

1873 July 10, P. N. Aronson, Postmaster.

1873 July 14, San Francisco Bulletin - POSTAL CHANGES FOR THE PACIFIC COAST - WASHINGTOn, JULY 13 -- (ORDERED DURING LAST WEEK) Postmasters Appointed:  ... Jacinto, Colusa County, California, P. R. N. Aroncon...

1882 March 7, Hugh J. Glenn, Postmaster.

1883 April 9, Alphones G. Glenn, Postmaster.

1888 May 28, Charles H. Glenn, Postmaster.

1891 March 11, Into Glenn County.

1908 July 24, Charles Lee Leonard, Postmaster.

1910 November 15, Post Office discontinued and the service moved to Glenn.


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