Rhode Island Postal
Cards - Fist Day of Issue
Settling of Rhode Island by Roger Williams
Designed by David Blossom - Scott #UX112
Issued on June 26, 1986 in Providence, RI
Rhode Island Town Cancels (by
Clayville (2nd), Rhode Island 02815
first Post Office at
(Foster-Scituate Township, Providence County),
Rhode Island was established on March 6,
David Phillips as
The post office was disestablished
on July 15, 1853.
Post Office at Clayville
on February 26, 1902
with Brayton A. Round
Clayville is currently in operation under Postmaster Stephen U. Bailey
appointed on December 2, 2000.
is a village in the township of
Foster-Scituate, Rhode Island. It was once
a fairly prosperous cotton manufacturing
town, however in
portion of the town
when the Scituate Reservoir
to supply water to Providence. The Clayville
cotton mill was also
abandoned during the
when it's water source was cut-off by the new reservoir.
has an elementary school
located on George Washington Highway,
which is part of the Scituate school system.
Clayville Post Office