1869-06-08: Bolado and Arques sign Partition Deed

Tuesday, June 8 1869 – PARTITION DEED of PART OF RANCH: José G. Arques of Monterey County to Joaquin Bolado of San Francisco:

They are tenants in common of equal parts; now, a complex description of a PARTITION OF RANCH: 8887.87 acres to Bolado, 7407.04 to Arques

Deeds Book I p. 8

v.1 p.163

Recorded 9AM, Thursday July 15, 1869.

1869-06-08: Juan Francisco Anzar sold his interest in Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe and Real de los Aguilas to Estanislao Hernandez

Tuesday, June 8, 1869 – Juan Francisco Anzar granted, bargained and sold to Estanislao Hernandez, both of Monterey County, consideration $35,000, all his right title and interest in Rancho Santa Ana and Quien Sabe; containing eleven Spanish leagues, and the Rancho Real de los Aguilas abutting on the Rancho de los Paicines.

Book H p. 518

Recorded 9 AM Friday, June 11, 1869

-Juan Francisco ANZAR to Estanislao HERNANDEZ; interest in Real de los Aguilas, Santa Ana y Quien Sabe and Vega del Rio del Pajaro Ranchos; $35,000 June 19, 1869

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By Chris Havnar
(Originally submitted by: Dee Sardoch )
The Castroville ‘Argus’
June, 1869 Castroville, Monterey