Part of the San Antonio Land grant [Alameda County, Calif.] : Antonio Peralta, claimant : case no. 98, Northern District, 1852 - 1871.: United States vs. Antonio Peralta
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Title:Part of the San Antonio Land grant [Alameda County, Calif.] : Antonio Peralta, claimant : case no. 98, Northern District, 1852 - 1871.
Caption:United States vs. Antonio Peralta
Alternative Title: United States vs. Antonio Peralta
Creator/Contributor:United States. District Court (California : Northern District), Responsible party
Peralta, Antonio Maria, b. 1802., Claimant
Grantee: Luis María PeraltaAssociated Case Numbers: Toma 205, Expediente 186, Expediente 345, Docket 274, 98 ND, 21 ND, 99 ND, 100 ND, GLO 130Associated Maps: E-209, E-210, E-211, E-212, F-208Coordinates: W 122°13'/N 37°47'Rancho Name: Rancho San Antonio (Alameda County, Calif.)
Subject:Land grants--California--Alameda County
Land titles--California--Alameda County Cases
Rancho San Antonio (Alameda County, Calif.)
Peralta, Antonio Maria, b. 1802
Case file for The United States vs. Antonio Peralta, Rancho San Antonio. Includes transcript of the proceedings (43 p.) and related documents.
Bowman, J.N. Index of the Spanish-Mexican private land grant records and cases of California, I, 659 (shelved as BANC MSS C-R 17, Bancroft Library).
Antonio Maria Peralta was claimant for 15,206.59 acres at Oakland, Alameda County, Calif. Claim filed June 18, 1852; patented June 25, 1874. Commission 273; Expediente 186, 345; Toma 205. The patent is recorded in Oakland, No. 129, General Land Office map.
Forms part of : Documents pertaining to the adjudication of private land claims in California.
Title from docket label.
Microfilm : BANC MSS C-A 300 FILM 98 ND and BANC MSS C-I 100:101 FILM. Also available in digital format.
Originals:1 portfolio (475p.): 26 x 41 cm. Copies: 1 microfilm reel : negative (Rich. 598:8) and positive.
Local Call Number:
BANC MSS Land Case Files 98 ND
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