YUNO, TEXAS. Yuno was located near Zavalla 8½ miles northwest of Rockland in eastern Angelina County. A post office opened in 1892, and by 1896 the settlement had a general store operated by Colin M. Barge and a gristmill and cotton gin owned by J. K. Cuyer. The post office was discontinued in 1907, and by the mid-1930s only a few scattered houses remained.
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