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Long Valley > Constantia

1869 December 29, 4th Class Post Office establsihed as Long Valley, Lassen, California located 19 miles southeast of Milford per Postal Route Map.

John W. Doyle, First Postmaster.

1893 January 27, Caroline H. Doyle, Postmaster.

1898 October 30, Post Office moved 5 miles to the southeast.

1898 December 30, David S. Edwards, Postmaster.

1902 April 24, Albert F. Peters, Postmaster.

1902 August 16, Thomas P. Crowder, Postmaster.

1906 March 22, Lyman G. Stiles, Postmaster.

1908 April 16, Albert J. Hall, Postmaster.

1910 February 4, Arlington C. Herring, Postmaster.

1910 April 12, Thomas O. Burrrus, Postmaster.

1912 April 5, Post Office discontinued, moved and the name changed to Constantia.

1912 April 5, 4th Class Post Office establsihed as Constantia, Lassen, California from Long Valley Post Office. The location was 8 miles southeast of Doyle and a Western Pacific Railroad Station.

Auguste C. Drayeur, First Postmaster.

1912 July 11, Auguste C. Drayeur, Postmaster.

1913 January 15, George B. Fife, Postmaster.

1914 March 26, Charles W. Stark, Postmaster.

1915 July 1, Herbert F. Smart, Postmaster.

1915 November 9, Frank W. Bartlett, Postmaster.

1919 November 21, Parley Peterson, Postmaster.

1922 April 12, William A. Merrill, Postmaster.

1926 September 23, Daniel M. Lecron, Postmaster.

1927 June 30, Post Office discontinued and the service moved to Doyle.



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