Petaluma grant: [Sonoma County, Calif.]: M.G. Vallajo [i.e. Vallejo], claimant; case no. 321, Northern District, 1852 - 1863.: United States vs. Mariano G. Vallejo
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Title:Petaluma grant: [Sonoma County, Calif.]: M.G. Vallajo [i.e. Vallejo], claimant; case no. 321, Northern District, 1852 - 1863.
Caption:United States vs. Mariano G. Vallejo
Alternative Title: United States vs. Mariano G. Vallejo
Creator/Contributor:United States. District Court (California : Northern District), Responsible party
Creator/Contributor:Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe, 1808-1890., Claimant
Associated Case Numbers: Título 30, Expediente 306, Docket 250, 321 ND, 256 ND, GLO 49Associated Maps: B-648, D-647, F-649 Coordinates: UnknownRancho Name: Rancho Petaluma (Calif.)
Land grants--California--Sacramento County
Land titles--California--Sonoma County Cases
Rancho Petaluma (Calif.)
Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe,1808-1890
Case file for The United States vs. Mariano G. Vallejo, Rancho Petaluma. Includes transcript of the proceedings (68 p.) and related documents.
Bowman, J.N. Index of the Spanish-Mexican private land grant records and cases of California, I, 565 (shelved as BANC MSS C-R 17, Bancroft Library). (Finding Note)
Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo was claimant for 66,622.17 acres in Sonoma County, Calif. at Petaluma and to near Sonoma. Claim filed May 31, 1852; patented Nov. 19, 1874. Commission 250; Expediente 306; Titulo 30. The patent is recorded in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, No. 49, General Land Office map.
Forms part of : Documents pertaining to the adjudication of private land claims in California.
Title from portfolio label.
Microfilm : BANC MSS C-I 100:499 FILM.Also available in digital format.
1 portfolio (169p.); 26 x 41 cm.
Local Call Number:
BANC MSS Land Case Files 321 ND
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