Carey > Jeram
Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 9:59AM
Jo Giessner

1891 April 25, 4th Class Post Office established as Carey, Mendocino, California, located 16 miles south of Covelo. Named for George R. Carey, the first postmaster.

1892 October 26, Vincent J. Chamberlin, Postmaster.

1894 October 22, Richard Johnson, Postmaster.

1895 April 23, James H. Ford, Postmaster.

1896 September 23, Post Office discontinued and the name changed to Jeram.

1896 September 23, 4th Class Post Office established as Jeram, Mendocino, California, located 16 miles south of Covelo. Was Carey. Named after "Father Jeram" who established a settlement of his Slovenian followers in Eden Valley.

Jacob C. Ansel, First Postmaster.

1897 August 14, Post Office discontinued and the service moved to Hearst.

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