1872-02-26: Charles Avy deeds to Justo Sotello “Avy’s School Land”

Charles Avy deeds to Justo Sotello, consideration $400; the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section No 28, Township No 13 S. Range No 6 E of Mount Diablo Meridian also a strip of land lying between the Northern boundary line of the above piece of land and a deep gulch containing 10 acres more or less and extending in length along said Northern line to its full width and immediately adjoining the same and bounded and extending as marked and by the parties hereto and being a part of the land knowns as "Avy's School Land" situated about 7 miles SE from Hollister in said Monterey County, State of California.

The words "quit claim and forever "quit claim" erased before signed sealed and delivered in presence of NC Briggs.

Libr. K p. 579

v2. p. 354-346.

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1872-02-18: Hernandez buys Arques estate’s share of Rancho Quien Sabe

Sunday, February 18, 1872 – Estanislao Hernandez buys all of the José G. Arques estate's share of Rancho Quien Sabe.

Joaquin R. Arques of Santa Clara and Luis Arques of Monterey County, executors of the estate of Joseph G. Arques, 1st parties, and Estanislao Hernandez of Monterey County; 12/26/1871

On the death of José G. Arques, he owned one undivided 8th of Quien Sabe abutting on San Joaquin Rancho and Santa Ana.

2/18/1872 The Arques Estate sold to Hernandez all the right, title and interest in Rancho Quien Sabe (Santa Ana is not mentioned)  – Later, on May 9th 1872, is a confirmation of this sale referring to Probate Book A, page 321.

Deeds Book L p. 92

1872-02-10: Hernandez buys 1/4 of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe from Policronio Anzar

Saturday, February 10, 1872 – Estanislao Hernandez buys 1/4 of the combined Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe from Policronio Estolastico de Guadalupe Anzar – the undivided 1/4th part of the combined ranches totalling 48,822.60 acres; consideration $30,500.

Deeds K, p. 529