A lot in the city of San Francisco grant: [Calif.] : Jacobs [sic] F. Lesse [i.e. Leese], et al., claimant : case no. 421, Northern District, 1852 - 1857: United States vs. Jacob P. Leese, et al.
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Title:A lot in the city of San Francisco grant: [Calif.] : Jacobs [sic] F. Lesse [i.e. Leese], et al., claimant : case no. 421, Northern District, 1852 - 1857
Caption:United States vs. Jacob P. Leese, et al.
Alternative Title: United States vs. Jacob P. Leese, et al.
Creator/Contributor:United States. District Court (California : Northern District), Responsible party
Creator/Contributor:Leese, Jacob P. (Jacob Primer),1809-1892., Claimant
Associated Case Numbers: Toma 23, Filed Expediente 14, Docket 74, 421 ND, GLO 162Associated Maps: E-905, E-906, E-921 Coordinates: UnknownRancho Name: None
Subject:Land grants--California--San Francisco
Land titles--California--San Francisco
San Francisco (Calif.)
Leese, Jacob P. (Jacob Primer), 1809-1892
Vallejo, Jose Manuel Salvador,1814-1876
Docket for The United States vs. Jacob P. Leese, et al., two lots in San Francisco. Includes transcript of the proceedings (63 p.) and related documents.
Bowman, J.N. Index of the Spanish-Mexican private land grant records and cases of California, I, 392 (shelved as BANC MSS C-R 17, Bancroft Library).
Jacob P. Leese and Salvador Vallejo were claimants for 3.38 acres in San Francisco, Calif. Claim filed Feb. 27, 1852; patent issued to Jacob P. Leese et al. Mar. 3, 1858. Commission 74, Expediente 14; Toma 23. The patent is recorded in San Francisco, No. 162, 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-I 100:17 FILM. Also available in digital format.
portfolio (71p.); 26 x 41 cm.
Local Call Number:
BANC MSS Land Case Files 421 ND
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