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101A

Pokriots, Marion Dale [compiler]

The Castros of Branciforte [cover title] [title page] The Castros of Branciforte: The Story of an Early Californian Family Gleaned from Newspaper Articles and Published and Archival Materials. n.p.: [self published?], n.d. 1998. spiral cover.

 

 

 

102A

Haggland, Mary [researcher & donor]

1850 U.S. Census for Los Angeles County [cover title] [title page] “Some Spanish-Mexican Families in Los Angeles City & County – 1850 (Indexed),” February-May 1992. pp. unnumbered. pressboard cover.

 

 

 

103A

Rehm, Roger [compiler & typist]

Arroyo [cover title] [title page] “Arroyo: Known Genealogy and Misc. Data,” 28 April 1987, 26 pp. pressboard cover. Compiled from various sources. Photocopy of typed and handwritten material.

 

 

 

104A

Castro, Doris M. [compiler]

Notes on the Anza 1775-1776 Expedition Colonists Compiled by Doris M. Castro [cover title] [title page] “Notes on the Anza 1775-1776 Expedition Colonists,” n.d., 29 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopy of typewritten material.

 

 

 

105A

Soberanes, Peter Cole=
Cole, Peter William

Soberanes. n.p.: [self published?], 30 June 1998. various paging. spiral cover.

 

 

 

106A

Waid, Beverly [editor, vol. 24, no. 3 to vol. 27, no. 2]

 

Ayers, Mary T. [editor, vol. 27, no. 3 to vol. 30, no. 4]

 

Noticias: July 1992 thru Dec 1998 [cover title] [contents] Noticias para Los Californianos, vol. 24, no. 3 (July, August, September 1992) through vol. 30, no. 4 (October 1998). spiral cover.

 

 

 

107A

Christy, Julia

[compiler and donator]

Directory de Anza: A Comparison of Who Was on the 1775/1776 Expedition That Founded San Francisco, Presidio.[2003], 7 pages. Acco presstex cover 9”x14.”

 

 

 

108A

pt.1

Hough, Granville W. and N. C.

Donated by Maurice & Marcy Bandy

Spain’s California Patriots in Its 1779-1783 War with England During the American Revolution.. Part 1. Midway City, Calif.: SHHAR Press, © 1998 [by the Houghs]. v, 157 pp. soft cover. Includes: Hispanic soldiers and sailors of the Revolutionary War; Sons of the American Revolution (SAR); references for Spanish soldiers 1779-1783; California during the Revolution; California naval patriots; Yuma Massacre 1781; California’s donations to the War with England; retired soldiers developed the Ranchos; California’s time line 1779-1783; specific references for the soldiers and sailors; how to use the work of Dr. Adam C. Derkum.

 

 

 

108A

pt.2

Hough, Granville W. and N. C.

Spain’s California Patriots in Its 1779-1783 War with England During the American Revolution.. Part 2. Laguna Hills, Calif.: the Houghs, © 1999. vi, 188 pp. comb bound. Includes: who came and who stayed in California—1769-1774, 1774-1780, 1780-1790, 1790-1800; where patriots served 1779-1783; sons-in-law of Spanish patriots of California; other presidios of the Spanish borderlands; references on microfilm; Mutnick’s California families; additions and corrections to part 1.

 

 

 

108A
pt.3

Hough, Granville W. and
N.C.

Donated by Granville Hough

Spain’s Arizona Patriots in Its 1779-1783 War with England During the American Revolution. Study 3 of the Spanish Borderlands. Laguna Hills, Calif.: the Houghs, © 1999. vii, 166 pp. comb bound. Includes: why patriotic organizations should accept descendants of Spanish/Mexican soldiers who served in the Spanish borderlands during the American revolution; Arizona/Sonora time line and activities; Yuma participants; exploring trade routes for New Mexico; Arizona contributions to the war fund; settlers and land owners; Pimería Alta, 1779-1783; other borderland soldiera and citizens supporting Arizona; references for descendants; diacritical marks for Spanish words and names.

 

 

 

108A
pt.4

Hough, Granville W. and N.C.

Donated by Granville Hough

Spain’s New Mexico Patriots in Its 1779-1783 War with England During the American Revolution. Part 4 of the Spanish Borderlands. Midway City, Calif.: SHHAR Press, 1999 © [by the Houghs]. v, 182 pp. soft cover. Includes: New Mexico time line and activities, 1777-1785; Governor Anza’s New Mexico Indian campaigns; exploring trade routes for New Mexico; New Mexico donations to the war fund, etc.; New Mexico settlers and militia; New Mexico patriots during the War with England; references for descendants.

 

 

 

108A
pt.5

Hough, Granville W. and
N.C.

Donated by Granville Hough

Spain’s Texas Patriots in Its 1779-1783 War with England During the American Revolution. Part 5 [of] Spanish Borderland Studies. Midway City, Calif.: SHHAR Press, © 2000 [by the Houghs]. vi, 176 pp. soft cover. Includes: Texas time line and activities, 1775-1790; missions, priests, land, and prayers for victory in Texas; beef for Spanish armies; militia service during War with England; Texas donations to the war fund; Texas patriots and near patriots; references for descendants; declaration of war against England by King Carlos III.

 

 

 

108A
pt.6

open for future possible acquisition

Spain’s Louisiana Patriots

 

 

108A
pt.7

Hough, Granville W. and
N.C.

Donated by Granville Hough

Spanish, French, Dutch, and American Patriots of the West Indies During the American Revolution. Part 7 Spanish Borderland Studies. Midway City, Calif. SHHAR Press, © 2001 [by the Houghs]. vi,178 pp. soft cover. Includes: information on the West Indies; West Indies time line: groups participating in the war activities; patriots and near patriots; references; patriotic organizations.

 

 

 

108A
pt.8

Hough, Granville W. and N. C.
Donated by Granville Hough

Spain's Patriots of Northwestern New Spain from South of the U.S. Border in Its 1779-1783 War with England During the American Revolution. Part 8 [of] Spanish Borderland Studies. Midway City, Calif.: SHHAR Press, © 2001 [by the Houghs]. vi, 180 pp. soft cover.
Contents: Northwestern New Spain time line and activities; military and naval units and installations of Northwestern New Spain--South of the Border; patriots and near patriots of Northwestern New Spain--South of the Border. The latter is an alphabetical list of names and references.

 

 

 

109A

Schuetz-Miller, Mardith K.

Building and Builders in Hispanic California, 1769-1850. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Presidio Research Publication, © 1994 [by the author]. xiii, 231 pp. soft cover.

Contents: Historic Background; The Builders; Building; Biographical Outlines of California Artisans Associated with the Building Trades; Building Development of the Presidios and Missions and Their Artisans; Artisans Connected with California Presidios, 17770-1805.

 

 

 

110A

Brown, Mary Martha (Nieblas) [transcriber & compiler]

Baptisms 1854 through 1910, Mission San Juan Capistrano, California. Federal Way, Wash.: [self published?], n.d. 238 pp. and index. spiral cover.

 

 

 

111A

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda [copyist]

Mission Santa Barbara Baptisms, 1782 to 1848: Northrop Collection [cover title] [title page] Mission Santa Barbara Baptisms: July 10, 1782 through January 29, 1848, photocopied July 1997. 195 pp. spiral cover. Copied from collection of Joseph M. and Marie Northrop, through the courtesy of Mr. Northrop and photocopied for Los Californianos with his permission from a copy in the possession of Rudecinda Lo Buglio.

 

 

 

112A

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda [compiler]

Index to Mission Santa Barbara Marriages (1786-1847), Santa Barbara Marriages (1786-1847) & Deaths (1782-1848 [cover title].[contents].
(1) “Index to Mission Santa Barbara Marriages: December 3, 1786 through December 2, 1847” photocopied by Rudecinda Lo Buglio for Los Californianos, August 1997.
(2) “Mission Santa Barbara Marriages: December 3, 1786 through January 25, 1842” copied from collection of Joseph M. and Marie Northrop, through the courtesy of Mr. Northrop and photocopied for Los Californianos with his permission from a copy in the possession of Rudecinda Lo Buglio, July 1997.
(3) “Mission Santa Barbara Deaths: December 29, 1782 through January 17, 1848” copied from collection of Joseph M. and Marie Northrop, through the courtesy of Mr. Northrop and photocopied for Los Californianos with his permission from a copy in the possession of Rudecinda Lo Buglio, July 1997.
various paging. comb bound.

 

 

 

113A

Guerra, Raul J., Jr. [editor]

 

Carr, Peter E.

 

Esquibel, José Antonio

 

Montagna, Mary Lou

 

Paso y Troncoso, Francisco del

 

Saucedo, George E. Herrera

 

Cadena, Francisco Emilio Montalvo

 

Holtzman, Mimi Lozano

 

Campos, Tony, and Ophelia Márquez

 

Holcombe, Jaime

 

Colligan, John B.

 

de Mendoza, Gustavo Espinosa Mireles y Hurtado

 

Navarro, P. G.

 

Genealogical Journal, Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research, vol. 2 (1995), vi, 233 pp. soft cover. Includes:
(1) “Delinquent Tax Lists and Their Genealogical Usefulness” © 1993 by Peter E. Carr, pp. 11-17, includes some lists.
(2) “Land Deeds in Zacatecas and Durango, Including Haciendas of the Zaldivars” by Jaime Holcombe, pp. 19-21.
(3) “Sánchez de la Barrera: The History and Genealogy of a Northern Frontier Family in Five Parts” by José Antonio Esquibel, pp. 23-38.
(4) “Teocaltiche, Jalisco, Mexico Confirmations (Part II) June 1648” selected extractions by Mary Lou Montagna, pp. 39-54.
(5) “Listo de Varios Conquistadores y Pobladores de Nueva España (List of Some Conquerors and Settlers of New Spain) from Epistolario de Nueva España [Ca. 1530]” by Francisco del Paso y Troncoso, pp. 55-61.
(6) “Mendizabal and the Manila Galleon” by George E. Herrera Saucedo, pp. 63-64.
(7) “Baptismal and Marriage Records of Nuestra Señora de las Nieves, Nueva Galicia, 1586-1592” translated by José Antonio Esquibel, pp. 69-82.
(8) “The Jewish Connection for the Cadena and Iribe Lines of Northern Mexico and Southwestern United States” by Francisco Emilio Montalvo Cadena, pp. 87-105.
(9) “Epidemics and Infectious Diseases in the New World” by Mimi Lozano Holtzman, pp. 107-117.
(10) “Zamora, Michoacán, Mexico, Marriages: 1605-1622, 1638-1646” by Tony Campos and Ophelia Márquez, pp. 119-135.
(11) “The Robledos: A Connection between New Mexico and Zamora, Michoacán, México” by Tony Campos and Ophelia Márquez, pp. 137-155.
(12) “The Lozano Line Back to Spain: A Networking Victory” by Mimi Lozano Holtzman, pp. 157-162.
(13) “A Brief History of Nochistlán and Mexticacán” by Jaime Holcombe, pp. 163-165.
(14) “Meritos de Mis Antepasados: Translation of a Letter Written by Bachiller Cristóbal de Villegas Faxardo … 11 May 1629” extractions by Tony Campos; compiler Ophelia Márquez, pp. 167-168.
(15) “Vargas’ 1693 Recruits for the Resettlement of New Mexico” by John B. Colligan, pp. 169-215.

Spanish/English text. Donated by Eunice Peña Alisea de Francisco Vásquez de Coronado. Excerpts from Memorias Mexican Academy of Genealogy and Heraldry, Vol. 3 (December 1965)” por Gustavo Espinosa Mireles y Hurtado de Mendoza, translation by P. G. Navarro.
(17) “Continuation and Expansion of the Ancestral Lines of the Hurtado de Mendoza Family” by P. G. Navarro
Spanish/English text. Donated by Eunice Peña Alisea.

 

 

 

 

16) “’Personajes Relacionadas Con La Ilustre Casa de Mendoza en la Gran Expedicion de Francisco Vásquez de Coronado. Excerpts from Memorias Mexican Academy of Genealogy and Heraldry, Vol. 3 (December 1965)” por Gustavo Espinosa Mireles y Hurtado de Mendoza, translation by P. G. Navarro.
(17) “Continuation and Expansion of the Ancestral Lines of the Hurtado de Mendoza Family” by P. G. Navarro.
Spanish/English text. Donated by Eunice Peña Alisea.

 

 

 

114A

Guerra, Raul J., Jr. [editor]

 

Esquibel, José Antonio

 

Mediana, Eva Piñon, Guillermo Tovar de Teresa, and Mariano González Leal

 

Ryskamp, George R.

 

Campos, Tony, and Ophelia Márquez

 

Harley, R. Bruce

 

Montagna, Mary Lou

 

Leal, John Ogden

 

Holtzman, Mimi Lozano

Genealogical Journal, Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research, vol. 3 (1996), v, 207 pp. soft cover. Includes:
(1) “Sánchez de la Barrera: The History and Genealogy of a Northern Frontier Family in Five Parts” by José Antonio Esquibel, pp. 1-35.
(2) “La Casa Imperial de Occidente hasta Nuestros Dias: Tres Lineas Descendentes (582-1994)” by Eva Piñon Medina, Guillermo Tovar de Teresa, and Mariano González Leal, pp. 37-44.
(3) “Locality Analysis Reference Works for Hispanic Countries” by George R. Ryskamp, pp. 45-65.
(4) “The Family of Capitán Don Alberto del Canto, Founder of Saltillo” by José Antonio Esquibel, pp. 67-70.
(5) “Zamora, Michoacán, México Baptisms (1605-1637) and Extensive Family Genealogies of Zamora and Surrounding Areas” by Tony Campos and Ophelia Márquez, pp. 71-150.
(6) “The Estudillo Family of Presidio San Diego” by R. Bruce Harley, pp. 151-153.
(7) “Teocaltiche, Jalisco, Mexico Confirmations (Part III), 6 Jan 1654” extractions by Mary Lou Montagna, pp. 155-163.
(8) “Duque de Albuquerque, Pasaje a Nueva Espana, Abril 1653” from LDS Film # 1223697.
(9) “The Baptisms of the Second Company of Volante of San Carlos de Parras Situated at the Town of Alamo, Coahuila, México” by John Ogden Leal, pp. 175-199.
(10) “ The Basques from the Pyrenees of France and Spain to Orange County, California, 1860-1890” by Mimi Lozano Holtzman.
soft cover. Spanish/English text. Donated by Eunice Peña Alisea

 

 

 

115A

Waid, Beverly Hendrickson

Joaquin Isidro Castro: Ten Generations of Descendants, Some Collateral Families. Anaheim, Calif.: Pace Publications, © 1999. iv, 173 pp. soft cover. Copyright held by descendants of the author. Donated by Mrs. Waid.

 

 

 

116A

Schmal, John Patrick

A Pioneer Family of California: In the Service of Three Flags (Una Familia Ejemplar de California: Sirviendo Tres Banderas). n.p.: [self published?], n.d. 81 pp. soft cover. Includes chapters on Spain, the Indians, Mexico, Alta California, colonial institutions, the expeditions of 1769 and 1781, and Santa Barbara. Families include Quintero, Valenzuela, Olivas, Fernandez, Feliz, Esquível, Ortega, Tapia, Melendez, Basulto, Kunkel, and Vo.

Spanish/English text. Donated by Sheila Ruiz Muniain.

 

 

 

117A

Waid, Beverly Hendrickson

They Did It All (The Women in My Family). Norco, Calif.: [self published?], ©1996. vi, 213 pp. soft cover. Copyright held by her descendants. Includes women of the following families: Hurst, Waid, Bagdon, Castro, Pico, Cota, Bernal, Amador, Romera, Sanchez, Botiller, Noriega, Lugo, Salgado, Vastida, Soto, Morales, Limon, Carpio, Aguirre, de Leon, Martinez, Liñan, Alipaz, Cabrera, Avila, Medina, Espinosa, Vianazul, Larios, Sayago, Aguilar, Arano, Lodge, Malone, Argüello. Spanish/English text. Donated by Mrs. Waid.

 

 

 

118A

Waid, Beverly Hendrickson

My Inherited Destiny: Ten First Families of California. Anaheim, Calif.: KNI Inc., © 1985. iii, 191 pp. hard cover. Copyright held by descendants of the author. The ten families included are: Amador, V/Bastida, Bernal, Bouthillier (Botiller), Castro, Cota, Lugo, Pico, Noriega, and Sanchez. Donated by Mrs. Waid.

 

 

 

119A

Bandy, Marcy and Maurice [text and research editors/ writers & donors]

Saddleback Ancestors: Rancho Families of Orange County California. Orange, Calif.: Orange County California Genealogical Society, © 1998, revised ed. xx, 327 pp. hard cover. Families mentioned include: Aguilar, Alipas, Alvarado, Arenas, Argüello, Avila, Ballesteros, Bandini, Canedo, Carrillo, Cota, Dominguez, Feliz, Forster, Garcia, Gutierrez, Lopez, Lugo, Martinez, Morillo, Nieto, Ontiveros, Pacheco, Peralta, Perez, Pico, Rios, Rodriguez, Rowland, Ruiz, Sepulveda, Serrano, Silvas, Soto, Temple, Valenzuela, Vejar, Verdugo, Ybarra, and Yorba.

 

 

120A

Donaldson, Milford Wayne [compiler]

Santa Margarita Ranch: United States Marine Corps Base, Camp Joseph H. Pendleton. [Sacramento, Calif.]: California Dept. of Parks and Recreation, 1998. 73 pp. soft cover. Prepared for dedication of California Registered Historical Landmark No. 1026 on 25 April 1998 by the Order of E Clampus Vitus, Squibob Chapter. Donated by Summer Meeting, July 1998, Oceanside, Calif.

 

 

 

121A

Lasker, Marilyn Yorba, and Lorraine Macias [editors]

 

Jorba, Yorba and Yorba Linda. Yorba Linda, Calif.: Gary Ralph Johnson, September 1996. Second edition (100 copies in English/ first edition in Spanish). iii, 89 pp. hard cover. Also, in pocket, “The Third Son of Yorba” by Doris Lee in Westways, vol. 71, no. 5 (May 1979), pp. 24-27, 84.

 

 

 

122A

Book 1

Book 2

Martinez, Pablo L.

Guía Familiar de Baja California, 1700-1900, Vital Statistics of Lower California. México, D.F.: Editorial Baja California, © 1964. Book 1: pp. 1-511; Book 2: pp. 512-1019, spiral bound. Copyright by the author. Spanish text. Original (one hardcover book now in Archives) copied by and copy donated by Ray & Bettie Dall.

 

 

There will be no new detailed Tomo entries after Tomo VII as there is a very comprehensive index provide by Ellen McBride. Although the Tomo entries from Tomo I through Tomo VII have not been deleted, it is still recommended that the researcher use the Tomo index as it is much more detailed than the catalogue Tomo entries which follow.

 

123A-

129A

Index

McBride, Ellen

Noticias para Los Californianos – Indexes of Tomos. loose-leaf binder. Continuously being added to.

 

 

123A

Donohoe, Joseph A. [editor vol. 2, nos. 1 & 2]

 

Bradford, Burk [editor, vol. 2, no, 3 & 4]

 

Gardner, Nathalie E. [editor, vol. 2, no. 5 through vol. 6, no. 2]

 

Alisea, Eunice Peña [editor, vol. 6, no. 6]

 

Noticias para Los Californianos, Tomo I, 1969-1974, Page 1 through 196, “Supplements Included” [cover title] [contents] vol. 1, no. 1 (February 1969) through vol. 6, no. 6 (November-December 1974). Includes “Basic Research in the Parish and Civil Registers of Mexico” by Nadine M. Vasquez in Supplement Number 1, pp. 125-134.

 

 

124A

Alisea, Eunice Peña [editor, vol. 7, no. 1 through vol. 11, no. 4]

 

Michaelis, Adrian [author California Hispánica]

Noticias para Los Californianos, Tomo II, 1975-1979, Page 197 through 466, “Supplements Included” [cover title] [contents] vol. 7, no. 1 (January-February 1975) through  vol. 11, no. 4 (October-November-December 1979). Includes Adrian Michaelis’ California Hispánica (The Hispanic Heritage of California), Pamphlets:
p. 431 no. 1: “Sexy Figures in a River of Blood or the 1,2,3’s of Family Trees”;
p. 435 no. 2: “Carta de Antepasados”;
p. 448 no. 3: “What Comes After Número Uno?”;
p. 457 no. 4: “Linking Progenitors and Progeny”;
p. 465 no. 5: “Surnames of Alta California Inhabitants from 1769 to 1800 as Listed in Hubert Howe Bancroft’s History of California”.
Also, pp. 461-462 a glossary of foods in English with Spanish equivalent.

 

 

 

125A

Alisea, Eunice Peña [editor, vol. 12, no. 1]

 

Ratzburg, Stephanie [editor, vol. 12, no. 2 through vol. 16, no. 4]

Noticias para Los Californianos, Tomo III, 1980-1984, Page 467 through 633, “Supplements Included” [cover title] [contents] vol. 12, no. 1 (January, February, March 1980) through vol. 14, no. 2 (April, May, June, 1982). Title of newsletter changed to Los Californianos Noticias with vol. 14, no. 3 (July, August, September) which continues through vol. 16, no. 4 (October, November, December 1984). [contents]
(1) Includes Adrian Michaelis’ California Hispánica (The Hispanic Heritage of California), Pamphlets:
p. 484 no. 6; The “Los Californianos” Puzzle;
p. 494 no. 7: “Spanish Words, Phrases, and Abbreviations Used in the Temple Records”;
p. 507 no. 8: “Hispanic Alta California, Isolated Frontier on the Western Sea” (script of audio-visual presentation);
p. 528 no. 9: The “California Hispánica” Puzzle;
p. 535 no. 10: “Pioneer Spanish Families in California”;
p. 549 no. 11: Carta de Primos (Cousin Chart);
p. 550 “’Los Californianos’ Guardians of California’s Hispanic Heritage”;
p. 568 no. 12: “The Spanish Governors of Alta California”.

(2)Also a series of excerpts from “Prominent Women of Provincial Californias” by J. N. Bowman in Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly starts on p. 610 and continuing through many issues. Names include: Carrillo, Pico, Castro, Yorba, Sepulveda, Valencia, Briones, Soto, Cazares de Dawson, Lorenzana, Estudillo, Soberanes, Verdugo, Feliz, Alvarado, Valdez, Villa, Boronda, Mesa, Manzaneli, Munras, Los Angeles, Lopez, Cibrian, Argüello.
(3)Start of series “Notable Women in California History” on p. 630 with Arballo, Gutierrez. and continuing through several issues.

 

 

 

126A

Ratzburg, Stephanie [editor vol. 17, no. 1 through vol. 20, no. 2]

 

Martinez, Evelyn Romero [editor vol. 20, no. 3 through  vol. 21, no. 2]

 

Waid, Beverly H. [editor vol. 21, no. 3 through vol. 21, no. 4]

Noticias para Los Californianos, Tomo IV, 1985-1989, Page 634 through 814, “Supplements Included” [cover title] [newsletter title] Los Californianos Noticias vol. 17, no. 1 (January, February, March 1985) through vol. 19, no.2 (April, May, June 1987) when the title changed back to Noticias para Los Californianos with vol. 19, no. 3 (July, August, September 1987) through vol. 21, no. 4 (October, November, December 1989) [contents]
(1)The second part of the series, “Notable Women in California History” starts on p. 637 and continues through many issues. Names included are: Arballo, Gutierrez, Carrillo, Perez, Guillen, Marine, Calis, Fages, Briones, Miranda, Argüello [Sister Dominica].
(2)“Three Deaths that Shocked California” begins on p. 805 and continues through several issues.
(3) “The Horse in California” by Jenece Waid Hurst starts on p. 828 and continues through several issues.
(4) Also of note: corrections to Antepasados, vol. VII, on pp. 796, 801, 811.

 

 

 

127A

Waid, Beverly Hendrickson [editor vol. 22, no. 1 through vol. 26, no.4]

Noticias para Los Californianos, Tomo V, 1990-1994, Page 815 through 1013, “Supplements Included” [cover title] vol. 22, no. 1 (January, February, March) through vol. 26, no. 4 (October, November, December) [contents]
(1) Continuing the “Notable Women in California History” beginning on p. 816 with Isidora Filomena’s Memoirs and continuing through several issues.
(2) Continuing “Three Deaths that Shocked California” beginning on p. 816 and continuing through several issues.
(3) Continuing “The Horse in California” beginning on p. 828 and continuing through several issues.
(4) “Trapper Influence in California” from Jim Norris starts on p. 936 and continues through several issues.
(5) “Our Heritage from the Days of the Dons” an address by Thomas Workman Temple, II starts on p. 965 and continues through several issues.

(6) Also of note, corrections to Antepasados, vol. VII on p. 817.

 

 


 

 

128A

Waid, Beverly [editor vol. 27, no.1 & 2]

 

Ayers, Mary T [editor vol. 27, no. 3 through vol. 31, no. 4]

 

Noticias para Los Californianos, Tomo VI, 1995-1999, Page 1014 through 1221, “Supplements Included” [cover title] vol. 27, no. 1 (January, February, March 1995) through vol. 31, no. 4 (October 1999) [contents]
(1) “The Presidial Chapel of Sonoma” by Rodolfo Larios, p. 1020.

(2) “Index of Marriage Presentations,” pp. 1031, 1036-37.

(4) “Presidio Horse and Mule Brands,” pp. 1045-46.

(5) “Separating Fact from Fiction about the Pauma Massacre,” by Marcy and Maurice Bandy, pp. 1056-57.

(6) “ Whenever Possible, Find the Original Records,” by Rudecinda (Cindy) Lo Buglio, pp. 1057, 1060.

(7) “Presidio de Monterey,” by Ramona Estrada Baro, pp. 1060-61.

(8) “The Founders of Santa Barbara: Who They Were and Whence They Came,” by Mary Triplett Ayers, pps. 1065-70.

(9) “Land Grants or Expedientes,” by Antoinette Egan, pp. 1075-76.

(10) “California’s Earliest Indoor Privy Unearthed in 18th Century Commandant’s Home,” by Jack S. Williams, pp. 1086-87.

(11) “Mission Register Terminology,” by Rudecinda Lo Buglio, pp. 1095-96.

(12) “Santa Barbara Presidio Coins,” by Mary Triplett Ayers, pp. 1096-97,

(13) “Wooden Bells of Mission San Buenaventura,” by Kim Lamb Gregory, pp. 1100-01.

(14) “Soldados de Cuera: 18th Century Spanish Colonial Frontier Soldiers, Real Presidio de Santa Barbara, Alta California,” by Michael Hardwick, pp. 1115-17.

(15) “Just What Is Our California Culture?” by Alexander V. King, p. 1117.

(17) “The Benediction of Mission Santa Cruz” transcribed and translated by Antoinette Egan, p. 1125.

(18) Transcription of a talk by Harry Crosby on Sinaloa, pp. 1135-37, 1140.

(19) “Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo,” by Frank Olmo & Alex King, pp. 1150-51.

(20) “Romero and Estudillo’s Expedition in 1823,” by Mary Haggland.

(21) “History of the Founding of Los Californians,” by Rudecinda Lo Buglio, p. 1210-11.

 

 

 

129A

Ayers, Mary T. [editor vol. 32, no. 1 through
vol. 36, no. 4

Noticias para Los Californianos, Tomo VII, 2000-2004, “Supplements Included” [cover title] vol. 32, no. 1 through vol. 36 no. 4

(1) “June 28, 1846: An Infamous Act . . . ” by M. Robert Hattem, pp. 3-8

(2) “Corrections to Bob Hattem’s Article” by Julia Christy, p. 17

(3) “Lanza de Caballeria (Cavalry Lance)” by Michael Hardwick, p. 53

(4) “Restoring Heritage Plants from California Missions” by Jerry Sortomme, pp. 54-56

(5) “The Founders of Santa Barbara: . . ” by Mary Triplett Ayers, pp. 125-29

(6) “Judging the Juez” by Edward G. McGrath, pp. 138-40

(7) “Antonio Yorba Came When?” by Marcy & Maurice Bandy, pp. 141-42

(8) “Los Californianos’ Logo” by Mary Triplett Ayers, pp. 151-52

(9) “Pedro Fages” by Michael Hardwick, pp. 159-60

(10) “Royal Presidio Chapel of Monterey” contributed by Gary Carlsen, pp. 160-61

(11) “Quadricentennial of the 1602 Voyage of Sebastián Vizcaíno from Acapulco to Cape Mendocino” by Mary Triplett Ayers, pp. 161-62

(12) “Rio Rita Climbing Rose” by Gary Carlsen, p. 162

(13) “Who Are You?” by Sabine R. Ulibarri, p. 169

(14) “Park of the Pobladores, San Jose” by Greg P. Smestad, pp. 173-74

(15) “Grant Awarded for Trail Guide and Audio CD Project” by Greg P. Smestad, pp. 174-76

(16) Corrections: Espinosa, Tapia, Higuera lines, pp. 184-85

(16) “The Grijalva Park at Santiago Creek” by Edward T. Grijalva, pp. 189-90

(18) “Mission San Juan Capistrano” and “The Swallows of San Juan Capistrano” pp. 203-205

(19) “Stubborn!!” re José María Cañedo pp. 205-206

(20) “The Heritage of the Californios” excerpted from a speech by Judge F. José de Larios, p. 212

(21) “Bernardo de Gálvez” by Michael R. Hardwick, pp. 212-13

(22) “Closing of Fort Mason Officers’ Club and History of Fort Mason” by Mary Friman, p. 215

(23) ) “Esselen Nation Fights for Identity” from Monterey Herald, April 20, 2001, pp. 216-19

 

 

 

 

(24) Correction: López line, pp. 228-29

(25) “Mission San Antonio de Padua,” pp. 231-32

(26) Correction: Lugo and Butron/Burton lines, pp. 238-39

(27) “A Mexican-American Family of California: In the Service of Three Flags,” by John P. Schmal and Jennifer Vo, pp. 243-44

(28) Correction: de Haro line, p. 251

(29) “Earthquakes and Tidal Waves: Their Toll on California’s Spanish Colonial Architecture,” by Michael Imwalle, pp. 253-55

 

129A
2005-
2009

Ayers, Mary T. [editor vol. 37, no. 1 through
vol. 41, no. 4

Noticias para Los Californianos, Tomo VIII, 2005-2009, “Supplements Included” [cover title] vol. 37, no. 1 through vol. 41 no. 4

(1) “Old Mission San Juan Bautista,” pp. 6-8

(2) “Rebuttal to Castillo,” by Robert L. Hoover, p. 17

(3) “Another View of the California Missions,” by Robert L. Hoover, pp. 17-19

(4) “Shovel Teeth,” by Marcy Bandy, pp. 19-20

(5) “The Old Mission Santa Barbara Huerta Project,” by Michael Hardwick, pp. 20-21

(6) “Identifying the Ancestors of Los Californianos through Mitochondrial DNA” by John R. Johnson, pp. 41-43

(7) “California Mission Facts” by Kristina W. Foss, pp.53-55

(8) “Los Californians Recommended Reading List” by Maurice L. ‘Duke’ and Marcy Bandy, insert no p. number

(9) “Rancho Camulos,” pp. 65-67

(10) “Camulos, The Home of Ramona,” p. 68

(11) “Romance of a Lost Era” by John Anthony Lorenzana, pp. 79-80
(12) “Early California Population Project” by Mary Triplett Ayers, pp. 80-81
(13) “María Feliciana Arballo of the Anza Expedition Fully Identified” by Rudecinda Lo Buglio, p. 90
(14) “Sirbiente translates to Mayordomo” by Mary Triplett Ayers and Sheila Ruiz Harrell, p. 91

 

 

129A

2010-

2014

Vol. 42, no. 1 through      Vol. 46, no. 4

Noticias para Los Californianos, Tomo IX, 2010-2014 “Supplements Included” [cover title] vol. 42, no. 1 through Vol. 46, no. 4.  pressboard cover.

129A

2015-

2019

Vol. 47, no. 1 through      Vol. 51, no. 4

Noticias para Los Californianos, Tomo X, 2015-2019  [cover title] vol. 47, no. 1 through Vol. 51, no. 4.  pressboard cover.

 

130A

Cherry-Boyer, Susan D. [compiler]

Marriage Records of San Benito County, California. Hollister, Calif.: San Benito County Historical Society, May 2000. pp. unnumbered. comb bound. Records from 12 April 1874 through 1 January 1914.

 

 

131A

[Spanish government]

 

[Mexican government]

 

Soldiers and Census’s [sic] Early Alta California, 1779-1850. n.p.: The Monterey County Genealogical Society, n.d. 66 pp. comb bound. Spanish/English text.

 

132A

Wilkes, Patricia Velasco

Our California Ancestors: Álamos, 1686-1699. n.p.: [self-published ?], © Patricia Wilkes, 1995. x, 229 pp. comb bound. Families mentioned include: Acuna, Alvarez, Arguello, Berreyesa, Bohorquez, Borboa, Buelna, Carrasco, Castillo, Castro, Chaniquis, Cota, de Garcia, de La Cruz, de La Vega, de Los Reyes, de Sanabria, Dominguez, Espinosa, Feliz, Fernandez, Figueroa, Garcia, Gonzales, Ledesma, Lopez, Mendisaval, Romero, Sabreras, Salazar, Valenzuela, Verdugo, Villanueva.

 

 

133A

Ohles, Wallace V.

The Lands of Mission San Miguel. San Miguel, Calif.: Friends of the Adobes, © 1997. x, 368 pp. soft cover. Donated by Mr. Ohles.

 

 

134A

Ontiveros, Erlinda Pertusi

 

Norris, Jim and Lynne [editors]

 

San Ramon Chapel Pioneers and Their California Heritage. Los Olivos, Calif.: Olive Press Publications, © 1990. xvii, 551 pp. hard cover. Copyright held by Leonore C. Penny. Some of the families included are: Foxen, Olivera, Ontiveros, Vidal, Ruiz, Valenzuela, Castro.

 

134A

Index

Ontiveros, Erlinda Pertusi

 

Norris, Jim and Lynne

editors

San Ramon Chapel Pioneers and Their California Heritage. Los Olivos, Calif.: Olive Press Publications, © 1990,  pp. iv, xvii-xi, 485-551 and San Ramon Chapel Cemetery Plot Plan. pressboard cover.

 

135A

Sevilla, Sister Mary

The Book! A Collection of Family Stories, Genealogy, and Serendipitous Events that Resulted from the Search: Mainly about Sevilla, Villagrán, Tresarrieu and Gospodnetich, Ostoja, Dominis, Their Ancestors and Their Descendants. n.p.: [self published?], 1 November 2000. 249 pp. comb bound.

 

 

136A

Orton, Richard H. [compiler]

Records of California Men in the War of the Rebellion, 1861 to 1867 [California Roster – First Battalion of Native Cavalry] [cover title] [title page] Records of California Men in the War of the Rebellion, 1861 to 1867. Sacramento, Calif.: State Printing Office, 1890. Excerpt of 9 pp. oversize pressboard cover. Republished by Gale Research of Detroit. Photocopied and donated by George E. Gray.

 

 

137A

Breithaupt, Richard Hoag, Jr.

Sons of the Revolution in the State of California: Centennial Register, 1893-1993 [California History 1510 to 1860] [cover title] [title page] Sons of the Revolution in the State of California: Centennial Register, 1893 – 1993. Los Angeles, Calif.: Sons of the Revolution, ©1994. pp. 1-53. oversize pressboard cover. Copyright held by Breithaupt. Photocopied and donated by George E. Gray

 

 

138A

Carrillo, Mrs. Lawrence Wilbert, Sr.

Rehm, Roger

 

 

Carrillos of Santa Rosa [cover title] compiled by Mrs. Lawrence Wilbert Carrillo Sr., typewritten carbon copy, 1978. 15 pp. duo-tang cover  Introduction by Roger Rehm. Los Californianos acquisition #107-78-M

 

139A

Carpenter, Virginia L. [author and donor]

Ontiveros, Erlinda P. [genealogist and donor]

 

The Ranchos of Don Pacifico Ontiveros with Ontiveros Genealogy by Erlinda P. Ontiveros. Santa Ana, Calif.: Friis-Pioneer Press, © 1982 by Virginia L. Carpenter. 247 pp. hard cover. Some families included are: Biggs, Carrillo, Cota, Foxen, Langenberger, Leandry, Lugo, Machado, Olivera, Ontiveros, Osuña, Pérez, Reid, Ruiz, Scott, Villa, and Yorba. Los Californianos acquisition #263-84-B.

 

 

140A

Calhan, Edna Laurel [author]

A Saga of the Past and Present. photocopy of a typewritten carbon copy, 1982. 8 pp. duo-tang cover. Some families included are: Brynjolfason, Pacheco, Soto, Alviso, Peralta, Higuera, Livermore, Coppinger, Shaffer, Castro, Martínez, Moraga. Los Californianos acquisition #256-82-M.

 

 

141A

Waid, Beverly Hendrickson [author]

Dynasty of Dons: A Personalized History of the Castros and Picos. self-published, © 1980 by Beverly Waid. Copy # 22 of 100. 151 pp. hard cover. Some families included are: Alvarado, Anzar, Bagdon, Brown, Cannell, Carrillo, Castro, Cota, de la Cuesta, Pico, Waid, Wickenden. Los Californianos acquisition #267-84-B.

 

 

142A

 

[compilers]

Colahan, W. J.

Pomeroy, Julian

 

The San Jose City Directory and Business Guide of Santa Clara Co. for the Year Commencing January 1, 1870. San Francisco, Calif. Excelsior Press, 1870. Reprinted by San José Historical Museum Association, #258 of limited edition of 500, October 1, 1973. 242 pp. hard cover. Los Californianos acquisition #270-85-B.

 

143A

Smith, Brian C.
[recorder]

“Mission San Antonio de Pala,” in The Searcher, May 1987, pp. 105-110. sliding side lock cover. Photocopied by Benita Gray from Archive copy.

 

 

144A

(1) Sanchez, Francisco

(2) unknown author

(1) “Census of San Francisco in 1842,” Exhibit No. 9 to Deposition of R. C. Hopkins, pp. 78-82

(2) “Inhabitants of Yerba Buena,” pp. 563-67;

      “Inhabitants of Mission Dolores,” pp. 567-69;

      “Inhabitants of Mission and Presidio,” p. 569; and

      “Inhabitants of Presidio,” p. 570 in unknown source.

duo-tang cover.

 

 

145A

 

Smith, Robert E.

 

Ancestry of Robert E. Smith, a Brief History Dating Back to about 860 AD, Europe, Early 1600s America and New Spain. Wilmington, Calif.: Smith, © 2000. 144 pp. soft cover. Some families included are: Amador, Amesquita, Arce, Arguello, Avila, Ayala, Ballesteros, Bojorquez, Carrillo, Castro, Cota, Delgado, Dominguez, Feliz, Garcia, Gonzalez, Higuera, Leyba, Lopez, Machado, Martinez, Moreno, Olivera, Ortega, Pacheco, Pico, Quintero, Rios, Rodriguez, Romero, Rubio, Ruiz, Sanchez, Silvas, Valdez, Valenzuela, Verdugo, Villa.

 

 

146A

Smith, Robert E.

Family History of Juan Carrillo and Lucia Efigenia Miller, from about 1680 to Present. Wilmington, Calif.: Smith, © 1998. various paging. soft cover.

 

 

147A

Pourade, Richard F.

The History of San Diego. Vol. 3: The Silver Dons. San Diego, Calif.: Union-Tribune Publishing Co., © 1963, 3rd printing 1966. 286 pp. hard cover. Some families included are: Arguello, Bandini, Carrillo, Castro, Estudillo, López, Machado, Marrón, Moreno, Ortega, Osuna, Pedrorena, Pico, Portilla, Rocha, Ruiz, Serrano, Zamorano.

 

 

148A

Clifford, Karen
[project coordinator]

Hedegard, Bettyann
[quality control editor]

 

1890 Great Register of Monterey County, California (Sorted by Last Name). Salinas, Calif.: Monterey County Genealogy Society, © 1993. 105 pp. comb bound.

 

149A

Clifford, Karen
[project coordinator sic]

Newspaper Abstracts: The Salinas City Index (Later the Salinas Californian) 1873-1882. Vol. I: A – K, Including Births, Marriages, Deaths, Naturalizations, and Other Events of a Genealogical Value for Monterey County and Other Neighboring Counties of California.. n.p.: Monterey County Genealogy Society, n.d. 191 pp. comb bound.

 

 

150A

Clifford, Karen
[project coorinator sic]

Newspaper Abstracts: The Salinas City Index (Later the Salinas Californian) 1873-1882. Vol. I: L – Z, Including Births, Marriages, Deaths, Naturalizations, and Other Events of a Genealogical Value for Monterey County and Other Neighboring Counties of California.. n.p.: Monterey County Genealogy Society, n.d. pp. 192 – 381. comb bound.

 

 

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