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
Fiskeville, Rhode Island
The Post Office at
(Cranston Township, Providence County),
was established on July 18, 1832,
with Perry G.
Knight as Postmaster. The
Post Office was disestablished
on January 7, 1854
and the name changed to Hopeville.
The name was changed back to Fiskeville
on November 5, 1858.
The Post Office is currently in operation under Postmaster Thomas R.
Myers appointed on April 11, 1998.
1930's cancels are
known with a spelling of "Fiskville."
Tercentenary Issue First Day - Fiskville).
just to the southwest of the Scituate
Reservoir and about halfway
on Seven Mile Road.
There is a
Perry G. Knight
listed on the Census of 1820
as living in Scituate, Rhode Island,
who is most likely the same Perry Knight noted above.
Fiskeville Post Office Satellite View
I didn't have a photo of this one.