Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Naron, Nora & Caven Kansas.

Naron Kansas.
 
Pratt County
Naron township map, 1906.
 
On the county map you can find Naron in township 26-sounth and range 14-west.  On the township map you can find Naron in section 8.
 
Naron Post Office.
 
Naron post office open March 15, 1880 and ran to February 15, 1907, first postmaster was Jefferson W. Naron.  The town was named after him.

Patrons of Naron township who used Naron as their P. O. address as of 1906.

W. F. Brown, General Merchandise and Farmer, came to county 1878.
J. W. Henderson, Farmer and Stock Raser, came to county 1898.
J. J. Moore, Farmer and Stock Raiser, came to county 1877.
R. R. Neuby, Farmer and Stock Raiser, came to county 1890.
H. R. Parker, Farmer and Stock Raiser, came to county 1899.
 
Naron Kansas, 1912.
 
Naron, a hamlet in Pratt county, is located 12 miles northwest of Pratt, the county seat, and 8 miles from Iuka, the nearest shipping point and the postoffice from which its mail is distributed by rural route. The population in 1910 was 45.

Nora Kansas.

Pratt County.
Naron township map, 1906.
 
On the county map Nora can be found in township 26-south and range 15-west.  On the township map Nora can be found in section 9.
 
Nora Post Office.
 
Nora post office open April 24, 1879 and ran to January 31, 1908, first postmaster was Horace M. Green.
 
There is only one patron listed for Nora P. O.
 
Martin Reeser, Farmer, came to county 1894.
 
Nora Kansas.
 
Nora, a discontinued postoffice in Pratt county, is located 20 miles northwest of Pratt, the county seat, 10 miles south of Macksville in Stafford county, its nearest shipping point, and 12 miles north of Haviland, Kiowa county, the postoffice from which it receives mail by rural route.

Caven Kansas.

Pratt County.
Naron township map, 1906.
 
On the county map you can find Caven in township 26-south and range 15-west.  On the township map you can find Caven in section 24.
 
Caven Post Office.
 
Caven post office open March 4, 1887 and ran to September 29, 1906, first postmaster was William Widdis.

Patrons of Naron township who used Caven as their P. O. address as of 1906.

J. C. Huff, Farmer, came to county 1884.
S. Libby, Farmer, came to county 1879.
E. M. Pitts, Farmer, came to county 1887.
J. B. Pitts, Farmer and Stock Raiser, came to county 1886.
S. Pontius, Farmer, came to county 1899.
J. J. Shoonover, Farmer and Stock Raiser, came to county 1885.
C. B. Stacy or Staey, Farmer and Stock Raiser, came to county 1903.
A. Stotts, Farmer, came to county 1884.
M. F. Swafford, Farmer, came to county 1897.

Caven Kansas, 1912.

Caven, a rural hamlet in the northwestern part of Pratt county, is about 14 miles from Pratt, the county seat, and 8 miles north of Cullison, the nearest railroad station, from which mail is received by rural delivery.

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