Santa Rosa grant [Santa Barbara County, Calif.] : Maria Jesus Olivera de Cota et al, claimant : case no. 294, Southern District, 1836-1863.
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Title:Santa Rosa grant [Santa Barbara County, Calif.] : Maria Jesus Olivera de Cota et al, claimant : case no. 294, Southern District, 1836-1863.
Creator/Contributor:United States District Court (California: Southern District), Responsible party
Olivera de Cota, María Jesús, Claimant
Grantee: Francisco CotaAssociated Case Numbers: Toma 304, Expediente 160, Docket 474, 294 SD, GLO 370Associated Maps: A-1345, B-1343, D-1342, D-1344Coordinates: W 120°17'/N 34°37'Rancho Name: Rancho Santa Rosa (Santa Barbara County, Calif.)
Subject:Land grants--California--Santa Barbara County
Land titles--California--Santa Barbara County
Rancho Santa Rosa (Santa Barbara County, Calif.)
Olivera de Cota, Maria Jesus
Case file for The United States vs. Maria Jesus Olivera de Cota et al., Rancho Santa Rosa. Includes transcript of the proceedings (70 p.) and related documents.
Bowman, J.N. Index of the Spanish-Mexican private land grant records and cases of California, I, 778 (shelved as BANC MSS C-R 17, Bancroft Library).
Maria Jesus Olivera de Cota et al. were claimants for 15,526 acres in Santa Barbara County (3 miles s.w. of Buellton), Calif. Claim filed Nov. 9, 1852; patent issued Apr. 30, 1872. Commission 474, Expediente 160, Toma 304. The patent is recorded in Santa Barbara, No. 370, General Land Office map. (This grant was also called Ojo de Agua de Arellanes.)
Forms part of: Documents pertaining to the adjudication of private land claims in California.
Title from portfolio label.
Microfilm available : BANC MSS C-I 100:458 FILM. Also available in digital format.
1 portfolio (93 p.) ; 26 x 41 cm.
Local Call Number:
BANC MSS Land Case Files 294 SD
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