San Bernardo grant:[San Diego County, Calif.]: Maria Antonio [ie. Antonia] Snook, Claimant; Case no. 341, Southern District, 1852 - 1857: United States vs. Maria Antonia Snook
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Title:San Bernardo grant:[San Diego County, Calif.]: Maria Antonio [ie. Antonia] Snook, Claimant; Case no. 341, Southern District, 1852 - 1857
Caption:United States vs. Maria Antonia Snook
Alternative Title: United States vs. Maria Antonia Snook
Creator/Contributor:United States District Court (California: Southern District), Responsible party
Creator/Contributor:Snook, María Antonia., Claimant
Grantee: José Francisco SnookAssociated Case Numbers: Toma 124, Toma 294, Expediente 267, Docket 454, 341 SD, GLO 524Associated Maps: D-1387, D-1388Coordinates: W 117°05'/N 33°03'Rancho Name: Rancho San Bernardo (San Diego County, Calif.)
Land grants--California--San Diego County
Land titles--California--San Diego County Cases
Rancho San Bernardo (San Diego County, Calif.)
Snook, Maria Antonia
Snook, Jose Francisco
Case file for The United States vs. Maria Antonia Snook, Rancho San Bernardo. Includes transcript of the proceedings (56 p.) and related documents.
Title from portfolio label.
Forms part of : Documents pertaining to the adjudication of private land claims in California.
Maria Antonia Snook, widow of Jose Francisco Snook, was claimant for 17,763.07 acres in San Diego County, south of Lake Hodges. Claim filed on Nov. 5, 1852; patented Nov. 17, 1874. Commission 454; Expediente 267; Toma 124, 294. The patent is recorded in San Diego, No. 524, General Land Office map.
Bowman, J.N. Index of the Spanish-Mexican private land grant records and cases of California, I, 677 (shelved as BANC MSS C-R 17, Bancroft Library).
Microfilm (combined reel) : BANC MSS C-A 300 FILM 195SD 312SD 341SD Also avilable in digital format.
Originals: 1portfolio (71p.); 26 x 41 cm. Copies: 1 microfilm reel : negative (Box 994:4) and positive.
Local Call Number:
BANC MSS Land Case Files 341 SD
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