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151A

Crosby, Harry W.

Gateway to Alta California: The Expedition to San Diego, 1769. San Diego, Calif.: Sunbelt Publications, © 2003 (by author). 229 pp. hard cover. Includes biographies of Aguilar, Alvarado, Alvitre, Amador, Arce, Badiola, Bejarano, Benno, Camacho, Cañizares, Carrillo, Castelo, Coronel, Cota, Crespí, Domínguez, Espinosa, Góngora, González, Higuera, “Ignacio”, Manríquez, Miranda, Ochoa, Ojeda, Ortega, Osuna, Portolá, Reyes, Rivera y Moncada, Robles, Rubio, Ruiz, Serra, Soto, Tarabal, Trasviña, Valdés, Vegerano, Velázquez, Verdugo, Verduzco.

 

 

152A

Larios, Estolano F.

Milliken, Ralph L. (typist)

[Notes and Memories of Individuals in the San Juan Bautista (California) 1860 Census and Members of Their Families. Los Banos, Calif.: Milliken, 1936 – 22 January 1937. 67 pp. photocopy of typescript. duo-tang binder. Copied and donated by Boyd de Larios with permission of Charles L. Sawyer, Milliken Museum.

 

 

153A

Montagna, Mary Lou,
and Ophelia Marquez
[editors]

Esquibel, José Antonio

Morga, Eduardo

Harley, R. Bruce

González, Mariana Leal y Guerra de

Helguera, J. León

Isunza, Jaime Holcombe

Carrillo, José Francisco Garza

Campos, Tony

Márquez, Ophelia

Montagna, Mary Lou

[authors of articles]

Genealogical Journal: Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research (Vol. IV, 1998). 120 pp. soft cover.
Contents:
(1) “The Paternal Ancestry of Don Alonso de Estrada, Tesorero y Gobernador de Nueva España, and the Revised Genealogy of the Sosa Albornoz Family” by José Antonio Esquibel.
(2) “Is There a Oaxaca-Nueva Vizcaya Connection?” by Eduardo Morga.
(3) “Those Remarkable Alvarado Sisters” by R. Bruce Harley.
(4) “Documentos Relacionados con Hidalguias, Limpiezas de Sangre y Filliaciones en General en el Archivo Histórico Municipal de León, Guanajuato” by Mariana Leal y Guerra de González with introduction by J. León Helguera.
(5) “Rodriguez: Identifying Early Families in Central México” by Jaime Holcombe Isunza.
(6) “Matrimonios en la Catedral de Monterrey (Elizondo, Flores, de la Garza, González, Gutiérrez, Lozano, Sepúlveda, Treviño, Villarreal and Other Surnames” by José Francisco Garza Carrillo.
(7) “1574 Founding List of Zamora, Michoacán with Some Family Genealogies” by Tony Campos and Ophelia Márquez.
(8) “1580 Petition by Franciscans to Become Curas and Administrators of the Villa of Zamora, Michoacán, with Many Family Genealogies” by Tony Campos and Ophelia Márquez.
(9) “The Genealogy of Juan Montañez and His Descendants in Aguascalientes, Jalisco, San Luis Potosí, and Zacatecas” by Mary Lou Montagna

 

 

154A

Dennett, Diana J.

Tell Me More Ancestor Stories, Grandma! A History of Early California Families. Pacific Grove, Calif.: Park Place Publications, © 1997 by Dennett. 176 pp. soft cover. Individuals mentioned in depth are Rosa María Lugo, Pablo Antonio Cota, José Dolores Pico, María “Ysabel” Ascención Cota, María Antonia Pico, José “Simeon” Juan Nepomuceno Castro, Juan Paula Ygnacia Castro, Josiah Merritt, Lavinia Merritt, George Duffield Clark, Juanita Herlinda Clark, Thomas Manisty Temple, Thelma Manisty Temple, and Anthony “Tony” Herrero Lugone/s. Other family names include: Anza, Boronda, and Vásquez.

 

 

155A

Clary, Jeanne B.
[compiler]

Los Angeles County Marriages. Book I: August 1851 – March 1870 with Consolidated Index. Burbank, Calif.: Southern California Genealogical Society, n.d. 90 pp. soft cover, stapled. Lists marriages in order of appearance. Index lists both brides and grooms.

 

 

156A

Ingersoll, Robert G.
[compiler & editor]

The Family of Fredric (Fred) Peralta. Walnut Creek, Calif.: Ingersoll, 20 January 2003. 197 pp. pressboard cover. Families mentioned include: Alviso, Amador, Amesquita, Archuleta, Bernal, Berryessa, Bojorquez, Briones, Castro, Cibrian, Galindo, Pacheco, Peralta, Pinto, Sanchez, Soto, Tapia, Welch, and Wilson.

 

 

157A

Cottriel, Louis Wm [author & donor]

Cottriel/Cottrell/Ayala Family Tree “Descendants” Book. Centralia, Wash.: Cottriel, January 2002. 170 pp. comb bound. Donated by Louis Cottriel. Some family names included are Arellanes, Buelna, Feliz, Gonzales, de Haro, Landera, Leyba, Limon y Sanchez, Lorenzana, Lugo, Martinez, Mejias, Montiel, Pacheco, Pascuala, Ruiz, Salazar, Sanchez, Vasquez, Verdugo, and Villa.

 

 

158A

 

Marschner, Janice

California 1850: A Snapshot in Time. Sacramento, Calif.: Coleman Ranch Press, © 2001. 280 pp. soft cover.

 

159A

Beebe, Rose Marie and
Senkewicz, Robert M.
[editors]

[authors] Columbus, Christopher

Rodríguez de Montalvo, Garci

de las Casas, Bartolomé

Díaz del Castillo, Bernal

Cortés, Hernán

Cabrillo, Juan Rodríguez

Vizcaíno, Sebastián

de Ascensión, Antonio

Salvatierra, Juan María de

Piccolo, Francisco María

Taraval, Sigismundo

Balthasar, Juan Antonio

de Sistiaga, Sebastián

del Barco, Miguel

de Gálvez, José

Costansó, Miguel

Crespí, Juan

Portolá, Gaspar de

Serra, Junípero

Palóu, Francisco

Verger, Rafael

Lands of Promise and Despair: Chronicles of Early California, 1535-1846. Santa Clara, Calif.: Santa Clara University, © 2001 by the editors. 506 pp. soft cover.

Donated by Robert R. Ganiard. Contents:

1492 “The First Meeting” by Christopher Columbus
1510 “The Invention of ‘California’” by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo

1513 “Conflict in the Caribbean” by Bartolomé de las Casas

1514 “The Task of Conversion” from The Requerimiento

1519 “The Market in Tenochtitlán” by Bernal Díaz del Castillo

1521 “The Conquest of Mexico” from Aztec Poems

1535 “Taking Possession of California” by Hernán Cortés

1542 “Ensenada and San Diego” by Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo

1602-1603 “Monterey Bay” by Sebastián Vizcaíno

1620 “The First Plan for Missions in California” by Antonio de Ascención

“California as an Island”

1697 “A Permanent Spanish Presence in California” by Juan María de Salvatierra

1716 “A Foray into the Wilderness” by Francisco María Piccolo

1734 “Indian Rebellion” by Sigismundo Taraval

1744 “Tensions between Missionaries and Soldiers” by Juan Antonio Balthasar

1744 “Life in the Missions” by Sebastián de Sistiaga

1760s “The Natural and Social World of California” by Miguel del Barco

1768 “The Decision to Move Farther North” by José de Gálvez

1769 “A Beachhead at San Diego” by Miguel Costansó

1769 “The Santa Barbara Channel” by Juan Crespí

1769 “Searching for Monterey” by Gaspar de Portolá

1770 “A beachhead at Monterey” by Junípero Serra

1771 “Encounter at San Gabriel” by Francisco Palóu

1772 “The Division between Alta and Baja California” by Rafael Verger, Juan Pedro de Irarte, and Francisco Palóu

1772 “Soldiers and Indians” by Luis Jayme

1773 “The Presidio at Monterey” by Pedro Fages

1773 “Trip to Mexico City” by Junípero Serra

1775 “Encounter in San Francisco Bay” by Vicente de Santa María

1775 “Rebellion at San Diego” by Vicente Fuster

1776 “The San Francisco Bay Region” by Pedro Font

1779 “Rules for Towns and Missions” by Felipe de Neve

 

  de Iriarte, Juan Pedro

Jayme, Luis

Fages, Pedro

de Santa María, Vicente

Fuster, Vicente

Font, Pedro

de Neve, Felipe

Callis, Eulalia

Velásquez, José

de Goycoechea, Felipe

Fernández, José María

Argüello, José

de la Concepción Horra, Antonio

de Lasuén, Fermín Francisco

Estudillo, José María

Asisara, Lorenzo

Tarakanoff, Vassili Petrovitch

Bouchard, Hipólito

de Solá, Pablo Vicente

Alvarado, Juan Bautista

Tchitchinoff, Zakahar

Osio, Antonio María

1779 “Adapting to the Governor’s Regulations” by Junípero Serra

1782 “Neve’s Instructions to His Successor” by Felipe de Neve

1784 “The Death of Junípero Serra” by Francisco Palóu

1785 “The Trials of a Frontier Woman” by Eulalia Callis

1785 “Between Baja and Alta California” by José Velásquez

1785 “Rebellion at San Gabriel” by Toypurina

1796 “Judicial Proceedings against Silberio and Rosa at San Luis Obispo” by Felipe de Goycoechea

1797 “Treatment of the Indians at Mission San Francisco” by José María Fernández

1797 “Military Interrogation of San Francisco Indians” by José Argüello

1798-1801 “The Mission System Evaluated and Defended” by Antonio de la Concepción Horra and Fermín Francisco de Lasuén

1809 “Life in the Pueblo of San José” by José Joaquín de Arrillaga and José María Estudillo

1812 “The Killing of Fr. Andrés Quintana at Mission Santa Cruz” by Lorenzo Asisara

1815 “Captivity at Mission San Fernando” by Vassili Petrovitch Tarakanoff

1818 “The Attack on Monterey” by Hipólito Bouchard

1819 “A Bear Hunt” by Juan Bautista Alvarado

1824 “The Sea Otter Hunts” by Zakahar Tchitchinoff and Antonio María Osio

1824 “The Chumash Revolt” by Rafael González

1820s “Indian Life at San Luis Rey” by Pablo Tac

1825 “The New Governor Brings Liberal Ideas” by Manuel Clemente Rojo and Angustias de la Guerra

1827 “A Young Californio Embraces the New Liberalism” by Pío Pico

1827 “A Mission-Oriented Proposal for Alta California” by Enrique Virmond

1828 “North American Trappers Intrude into Alta California” by Luis Antonio Argüello

1829 “by The Missions in Their Last Years” by Alfred A. Robinson

1829 “The Revolt of Estanislao” by José Sánchez and Joaquín Piña

1830 “A secularization-Oriented Proposal for Alta California” by Juan Bandini

1831 “The California Delegate Argues for Tule of Law” by Carlos Carrillo

 

  González, Rafael

Tac, Pablo

Rojo, Manuel Clemente

de la Guerra, Angustias

Pico, Pío

Virmond, Enrique

Argüello, Luis Antonio

Robinson, Alfred A.

Sánchez, José

Piña, Joaquín

Bandini, Juan

Carrillo, Carlos

Estudillo, José Antonio

Anzar, José Antonio

Castro, José Tiburcio

Janssens, Agustín

Castillero, Andrés

Machardo, Juana

Pérez, Julián

Espinosa, José Luciano

Gracia, María

Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe

Lugo, José del Carmen

1833 “The Citizens of San Diego Petition for Local Government” by José Antonio Estudillo, et al.

1835 “Life at a Secularized Mission” by José Antonio Anzar and José Tiburcio Castro

1835 “Life in Northern California” by Agustín Janssens

1837 “A Mexican Officer Urges Defense of Both Californias” by Andrés Castillero

1837 “Indian Attacks near San Diego” by Juana Machado

1838 “Secularization in Baja California” by Julián Pérez

1840 “Indian Attacks near Guadalupe” by José Luciano Espinosa and Marío Gracia

1841 “The Arrival of a North American Wagon Train” by Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo

1842 “Typical Land Grants” by Juan Bautista Alvarado

1840s “Life on a California Rancho” by José del Carmen Lugo

1842 “Rehearsal for Invasion” by Thomas ap Catesby Jones and Antonio María Osio

“Retrospective: An Indian in California” by Julio César

 

Includes a chronology, a glossary, and Governors of the Californias.

  Garriga, Andrew

Coronel, Antonio

Jones, Thomas ap Catesby

César, Julio

 

 

 

160A

Gillingham, Robert Cameron
Donated by Granville Hough

The Rancho San Pedro: The Story of a Famous Rancho in Los Angeles County and of Its Owners, The Dominguez Family. n.p.: Dominguez Properties, 1961. xvii, 473 pp. hard cover. Family lines mentioned include: Ábila, Aguirre, Ainsworth, Alvarado, Arce, Argüello, Arrillaga, Ávila, Berry, Bixby, Bradley, Butrón, Caldwell, Carrillo, Carson, Celís, Chapman, Cota, del Amo, Dodson, Domínguez, Dryden, Duarte, Echeandía, Estudillo, Ferrer, Francis, Gárcia, Gillingham, Grainger, Guirado, Gutiérrez, Guyer, Hager, Hellman, Johnson, Lacayo, Lugo, Machado, Manríquez, Mariner, Martin, McDonald, Mitchell, Navarro, Nieto, O’Melveny, Ortega, Peralta, Pico, Reyes, Rocha, Rodríguez, Romero, Rubio, Ruiz, Sánchez, Sepúlveda, Stearns, Swaffield, Talamantes, Tallon, Tapía, Temple, Thompson, Váldez, Verdugo, Watson, Ybaña, Yorba, Zabaleta.

 

 

161A

Haase, Ynez Durnford

The Middle of Nowhere: The Carlos Carrillo Adobe, The Carrillo Family, & Their Rancho Sespe. The Ventura County Historical Society Quarterly. Vol. 45, no. 2. 64 pp. soft cover. Includes portraits, vital statistics, the ancient art of making adobe bricks, maps, and plans.

 

 

162A

Mason, William Marvin

The Census of 1790: A Demographic History of Colonial California. Ballena Press Anthropological Papers No. 45. Menlo Park, Calif.: Ballena Press, © 1998. vi, 133 pp. soft cover. Includes historical background, castes, origins and birthplaces, the Census, maps, and illustrations.

 

 

163A

Moffat, Lorraine Cottrell
[compiler, assisted by]
Cottriel, Louis Wm
donated by Lorraine Cottrell.

 

Cottrell/Cottriel Family Book: Family Reunion – Grants Pass, Oregon. n.p.: compiler, August 2000, Revised December 2000. 67 pp., comb bound. Includes family history, maps, photos, copies of documents. Family lines mentioned: Ayala, Bower, Cottrell, Cottriel, Iriarte, Moffat

 

 

164A

Guinn,
       Joyce Helen Garcia
donated by Joyce Guinn

Garcia to Alta California. Placerville, Calif.: Guinn, February 2003. various paging. spiral bound. Included are family group sheets, photographs, photocopies of documents. Some family lines mentioned are Alberti, Cantua, Carlon, Delte, Correa, Froom, Garcia, Juarez, Lopez, Lugo, Parara, Roberts, Smith, Wise, Zolezzi.

 

 

165A

Garner, Bess Adams

 

Windows in an Old Adobe. Pomona, Calif: Progress-Bulletin, 1939. 16 pages extracted. Oxford binder. photocopied by Benita Gray. Family trees include Palomares [Jose Cristobal Palomares descendants], Higuera, Machado, Alvarado, Rios, Arenas, Chavez, Herman, Olevares, Walker, del Castillo, Jensen, Slaughter, Russek, Stanchfield, Garcia, Sepulveda, Vejar [Ricardo Vejar descendants], Martinez, Reyes, Perez, Lugo, Yorba, Rivera, Bowers, Price, Carpena.

 

 

166A

Collins, Helen B.

“The Spanish Governors of Alta California, 1769-1821,” in Nuestras Raices, vol. 17, no. 1 (Spring 2005), pp. 25-27. Oxford binder. photocopied by George Gray. Short biographies include de Portolá, de Barri, de Neve, de Rivera y Moncada, Fages, Romeu, de Arrillaga, de Borica, de Alberni, Arguello, de Sola.

 

 

167A

Benson, Stephen H.
     [Title Researcher]

Branciforte Deeds: 1850 thru 1865. n.p.: Benson, n.d. 31 pp. and maps. clamp binder. photocopied by George Gray. Includes 57 lots.

 

168A

Harley, R. Bruce
[compiler]

The Agua Mansa Story, San Bernardino County Museum Association Quarterly, vol. 39, no. 1 (Winter 1991). 59 pp. soft cover. A collection of papers compiled on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the settlement of Agua Mansa, including: Introduction by R. Bruce Harley; Abiquiu, New Mexico: Ancestral Home of the Agua Mansa Pioneers by R. Bruce Harley; The Watch Dogs of San Bernardino Valley: The Fighting Trujillos by Leonard B. Waitman; Padre Amable of Agua Mansa by Harold A Whalen; Great Flood of January 22, 1862 by W. A. Sidler; and Agua Mansa (Cemetery) Today by Marie Espinosa Wood.

 

169A

Harley, R. Bruce
[compiler]

Agua Mansa: Some Community Leaders, San Bernardino County Museum Association Quarterly, vol. 40, no. 4 (Fall 1993). 48 pp. soft cover. A second collection of papers compiled on the occasion of the 150th anniversary year of the settlement of Agua Mansa, including Introduction by R. Bruce Harley; An Account of the Founding of the New Mexican Communities as Told to David Garcia, Sr., by his Father; Reminiscences of David Santiago Garcia as Told to Helen Loehr; Padre Pedro Verdaguer, Peter C. Peters, Pablo Belarde, all by R. Bruce Harley.

 

 

170A

Pico, Pio
[author]
Arthur P. Botello
[translator]

Don Pio Pico’s Historical Narrative. Glendale, Calif.: Arthur H. Clark Co., 1973. 171 pp. and governors of California through 1849. brad binder. photocopied by George Gray. Includes extensive index of individuals. Copy sent to Archives.

 

 

171A

Hughes, Charles
[author]

“The Decline of the Californios: The Case of San Diego, 1846-1856” in The Journal of San Diego History, vol. XXI, no. 3, (Summer 1975), pp. 1-30. brad binder. photocopied by George Gray.  

 

 

172A

Wihlidal, Max M.
[compiler]

Families of: Juan Antonio Ybarra & Maria de los Angeles Valesques. Ybarra, Gil Maria Calasan & Margarita Maria Hilaria Monroy. Joaquin Monroy & Maria de luz Figueroa. Ybarra, Bernarda & M. Max Wihlidal. Compiled between October 1998 and May 20, 2008. 89 pp. and photos.3-hole loose-leaf binder.

 

 

173A

Mason, Bill
[author]

“The Garrisons of San Diego Presidio: 1770-1794,” in Journal of San Diego History, n.d., pp. 399-423. Lists garrison rosters in various years.

 

174A

Vol.I

Wilkes, Patricia Velasco
[author]

Out of the Past: Sinaloa y Sonora, 1717-1797. Vol. I: Alamos 1747-1789. Costa Mesa, Calif.: 2010, 169 pp. softcover. Includes (more than 2 mentions in index) Acedo, Acosta, Acuna, Aguilar, Aguirre, Alarcon, Alcaide, Alcantara, Alvarado, Alvarez, Alvaro, Amarilla, Amarillas, Analla, Anaya, Andaga, Anguiz, Aragon, Aranda, Arballo, Arce, Arguelles, Armenta, Arriola, Asedo, Astorga, Avila, Aviles, Ayala, Ayon, Azedo, Azuela, Barreda, Barreto, Barron, Bernal, Betilla, Blancarte, Boltor, Borboa, Borbon, Botilla, Calvo, Camargo, Campos, Campoy, Cantu, Cantun, Cardenes, Carrasco, Carrillo, Casares, Castaneda, Castillo, Castro, Cepeda, Chavez, Coronado, Corral, Cota, Diaz, Esquerr, Esquerra, Feliz, Fernandez, Figueroa, Fuente, Garcia, Gastelum, Gil, Gongora, Gonzales, Goycoachea, Gutierrez, Guzman, Hernandez, Huldobro, Hurtado, Lopez, Luzenilla, Mallen, Martinez, Medina, Mendez, Mendibil, Mendoza, Mesa, Miranda, Montiel, Mora, Morales, Moreno, Munoz, Navaro, Niebla, Ochoa, Pacheco, Padilla, Pena, Peralta, Perez, Quiros, Ramirez, Renteria, Ribera, Rivera, Robles, Rodriguez, Ruiz, Salazar, Samalloa, Sanchez, Sayas, Torre, Ubirichaga, Valdez, Valenzuela, Velarde, Verdugo, Villanueva, Ybarra, Ylarrequi, Yriarte. Donated by Benita & George Gray

174A

Vol. II

Wilkes, Patricia Velasco
[author]

Out of the Past: Sinaloa y Sonora, 1717-1797. Vol. II: Alamos 1717-1797. N.p.: [2013], 183 pp. softcover. Includes (more than 2 mentions in index) Abila, Abiles, Acedo, Acosta, Acuna, Alarcon, Alvarado, Amarilla, Amarillas, Anguis, Aragon, Aranda, Arballo, Armenta, Arriola, Arze, Assedo, Astorga, Avila, Aviles, Ayala, Ayon, Balenzuela, Barreda, Barron, Belarde, Betilla, Blancarte, Carmargo, Campos, Campoz, Cardenas, Carrasco, Castillo, Castro, Chavez, Coronado, Corral, Cota, de la Cruz, de la Fuente, de la Paz, de la Pena, de la Torre, de la Vega, de los Reyes, Dias, Diaz, Duarte, Escalante, Espinosa, Esquerr, Ezquerr, Ezquerra, Estrella, Feifoo, Felis, Felix, Feliz, Fernandez, Ferro, Figueroa, Gagiola, Garcia, Gariola, Gastelo, Gastelum, Gil, Goicoechea, Gongora, Gonzales, Gurrola, Guillen, Gutierrez, Guzman, Harriqui, Hernandez, Huidobro, Hurtado, Imaz, Lasurica, Leal, Leon, Leyba, Lopes, Lopez, Luque, Luzenilla, Maldonado, Mallen, Mansanares, Marino, Martin, Martinez, Martin, Medina, Mejia, Mendes, Mendez, Mendibil, Mendiviel, Mendivil, Mendoza, Mesa, Messa, Miranda, Montiel, Morales, Munos, Murrieta, Ortega, Pacheco, Padilla, Parra, Peralta, Quiros, Ramirez, Renteria, Reyes, Rivera, Rodriguez, Ruiz, Samalloa, Sanchez, Sepeda, Sotomayor, Uberichaga, Urbina, Valenzuela, Velarde, Xil, Ybarra, Yriarte, Zayas. Donated by Benita & George Gray

175A

Casas, María Raquél
[author]

Married to a Daughter of the Land: Spanish-Mexican Women and Interethnic Marriage in California, 1820-1880. Reno, Nev.: University of Nevada Press, © 2007, 261 pp. softcover. Includes Alvarado, Apis, Arguello, Bandini, Bhabha, Boronda, Burton, Carrillo, Castaneda, Cerruti, Cooper, Cota, Couts, Dana, Davis, Duarte, Echeandia. Guerra, Estudillo, Fitch, Gale, Gomez, Gonzalez, Graham, Gutierrez, Hartnell, Jackson, Johnson, Langum, Larkin, Leese, Lorenzana, Lugo, Machado, Noriega, Ontiveros, Palomares, Perez, Pico, Reid, Robinson, Ruiz, Sanchez, Sepulveda, Serrano, Stearns, Tapia, Valdes, Vallejo, Villa, Warner, Williams,

 

176A

Setterquist, Ruth
[author vol. I]

Cunningham, Rosalie S. (Neall) and Dolores (Vega) McLean
[authors vol. II]

Solano County Cemeteries. Vol. I: Rockville Cemetery, Suisun Valley, Solano County, California. Tombstone Survey 1852-1983 and Vol. II: Some Early Deaths and Burials in the Vacaville & Elmira Area of Solano County, California. Fairfield, Calif.: Solano County Genealogical Society, 1986 (vol. I) & ©1989 (vol. II). 93 pp. & over 100 pp. plus glossary of abbreviations & references. loose-leaf binder. Vol. I includes maps, essay on the stone chapel.Vol. II includes maps and essays on Rancho Los Putos Burial Grounds and various Vacaville cemeteries. The family names with multiple entries are too numerous to list. Donated by Pamela Meeds-Williams.

177A

Schulz, Peggy
[compiler]

 

Los Angeles County Cemeteries. Burbank, Calif.: Southern California Genealogical Society, n.d. 14 pp. softcover.

178A

Los Californianos member—unfortunately it is not on document and I do not recall who gave it to us. Benita Gray

General Castro’s Family History. N.p.: computer document, n.d.  25 pp. clear softcover.

179A

McLaughlin, David J.

Soldiers, Scoundrels, Poets & Priests. Scottsdale, Ariz.: Pentacle Press, 2004. 254 pp. & separate timeline chart of missions. softcover. Includes: Cabrillo, Portola, Serra, Anza, Neve, Yanunali, Garces, Ruiz, Munras, Rezanov, Bouchard, Cuesta, Estanislao, Vallejo, Hartnell, Cuhaut-Cilly, Smith, Dana, Duran, Aguirre, Pico, Fremont, Lummis, Jackson, Ford, Jorgensen, Deakin, Forbes, McGroarty, Hearst, Mora, Downie.

 


 

 

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