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Finding aid to the David Spence papers, 1830-1922, undated, Vault MS 59
Vault MS 59  
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Box 1, Folder 1

Land records 1830-1850

Physical Description: 1.0 folder
 

Letter from J. A. Sutter to David Spence regarding lot in Sacramento 12 June 1850

Language of Material: Item is in English.
 

Confirmation of purchase of land by David Spence, signed by Walter Colton, Alcalde of Monterey 24 February 1847

Language of Material: Item is in English.
 

Petition of David Spence for land adjoining that of Simeon Castro, with supporting documents 1831-1835

Language of Material: Item is in Spanish.
 

Ear mark and cattle brand of David Estevan Spence 1830

Language of Material: Item is in Spanish.
 

Title to land in San Juan Bautista granted to David Spence 28 January 1850

Language of Material: Item is in Spanish.
 

Petition of Jose M. Maldonado regarding a road on his property, approved in Monterey 1835

Language of Material: Item is in Spanish.
Box 1, Folder 2

Court records 1922, undated

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The 1922 San Francisco court records regarding the case of J. B. Acton vs H. V. Wood are there to establish connection between H. V. Wood and David Estevan Spence. A note on the document states that Mrs. Howard Vincent Wood was Miss Eugenia Spence, daughter of Rudolph Spence. Rudolph Spence was the grandson of David Estevan Spence.
 

Court summons for H. V. Wood and his wife, San Francisco 25 September 1922

Language of Material: Item is in English.
 

Court complaint, J. B. Acton vs H. V. Wood and wife for $55 undated

Language of Material: Item is in English.