1879-11-24:Map of combined Ranchos Santa Ana y Quien Sabe on file in San Benito County Recorder’s Office

Monday, November 24, 1879 – Map of combined Ranchos Santa Ana y Quien Sabe; "Plat" by Larios et. al. on file in San Benito County Recorder's Office

1868-02-17: M. Larios to José Antonio Larios [Unknown Transaction]

February 17, 1868: M. Larios to José Antonio Larios [Unknown Transaction].

Book G. p. 201

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1868-01-01: End of Manuel Salvador Larios’ Estate’s Lease Term with Moon and Bixbys.

January 1, 1868 – End of lease term (agreement of 12/9/1865): Manuel Salvador Larios to G. A. Moon, A. S. Bixby, T.F. Bixby: of the Rancho Santa Ana containing 5.5 leagues of land excepting one tenth, also 1500 acres and other exceptions.

Term: 2 years from 1st January 1866 with the privilege of 3 years more at yearly rent of $1500.

Book A of leases, pp 195

1867-08-26: Recording of Sale of Minor Heirs’ shares of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe to Bolado & Arques

Monday, August 26, 1867 – Joaquin Bolado was granted from minor heirs Patrocinio Larios, Estolano Larios by Frederick A. MacDougall guardian of estate for Manuel Larios; to Joaquin Bolado & Arques.

Book F. p. 637 – July 9, 1867

[See also a transaction dated 9/21/1867]

Probate court made an order of sale August 8th 1867 at 10am

It was recorded in Book A of Miscellaneous Records, pages 124;

Auction took place 8/9/67 in front of Plaza Hotel; etc.

Arques bid $2,233.33 for 1/3rd

Bolado bid $4,466.67 for 2/3rd

each minor owned an undivided portion of the combined Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe equal to 2,047 acres.

Recorded at the request of José Abrego, Joaquin Bolado’s father-in-law.

libr F p. 637

1867-08-09: Joaquin Bolado & José G. Arques buy Manuel Salvador Larios’ Minor Heirs’ Shares in Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe

Friday, August 9, 1867 – Manuel Salvador Larios’ minor heirs’ (Estolano & Patrocinio Larios) portion was sold to Joaquin Bolado and José G. Arques at 12:16 in front of the Plaza Hotel in San Juan Bautista.

Guardian Frederick A. MacDougall sold at public auction to the highest bidder for cash U.S. gold coin; each minors’ share of 2047 acres.

At such sale Joaquin Bolado and Jose G. Arques became the purchasers of the interests of each for $3350 for the interest of each of them amounting in the aggregate $6700 in US Gold coin to be paid on confirmation of said sale by said court; Bolado 2/3rds, Arques 1/3 owners.

v.1 p.146.

Source also: East of the Gabilans, p. 121.

1867-07-09: Guardian Frederick A. MacDougall Given Permission to Sell Rancho Shares for Minors Patrocinio and Estolano Larios

Tuesday, July 9, 1867 – Order allowing guardian Frederick A. MacDougall public or private sale of Rancho shares for Patrocinio and Estolano Larios

v.1 p.139

1867-05-29: Manuel Salvador Larios’ Estate: Bolado and Arques Release Executrix

Wednesday, May 29, 1867 – "This is to certify that we have been let into possession of our and each of our undivided interests in the Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe belonging to said estate according to the decree of distribution and I know of no reason why the Executrix should not be discharged."

Signed: Joaquin Bolado, José G Arques.

1867-05-25: Larios estate: Inventory of Minors Patrocinio and Estolano Larios’ estates

Saturday, May 25, 1867 – Larios estate: Inventory of minors Patrocinio and Estolano Larios' estates: each was entitled to undivided interest equal to 2047.17 acres in Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe of Manuel Salvador Larios's 1/2 of 48,822.60 acres.

Description of borders and Patent in Book A of Patents from pp 55 to 62.

v1. p.125

For each minor, appraised at $1.00/acre

v.1 p.127

1867-04-24: Larios Estate Order of Distribution: Of 5/6ths of Rancho Santa Ana, 8/10ths of Real Estate 2/3 to Bolado, 1/3 to Arques.

Wednesday, April 24, 1867 – Manuel Salvador Larios estate: Order setting decree of distribution; 5/6ths of Rancho Santa Ana; valued at $20,000; improvements worth $500; 8/10ths of Real Estate in shares to Joaquin Bolado 2/3rds, to José G. Arques 1/3rd; (v.1 p. 106); as tenants in common.

D.S. Gregory attorney appointed Guardian ad litem for Estolano Larios.

NOTE:

http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/CASANLUI/1999-08/0935679137

Q: Is anyone able to share information about Durrell Stokes Gregory?

A: Born June 14, 1825 Mecklenburg, Virginia. Died June 12, 1889 in San Luis Obispo, California. Married Margarita Amelia Angelina Hartnell August 29, 1876. Their three sons were all born in Salinas. D.S. Gregory was an attorney, shared ownership in several businesses, and was a partner with Judge Watson in starting the town of Watsonville.

1867-03-13: Manuel Salvador Larios Estate: Final Account & Petition for Distribution Filed

Wednesday, March 13, 1867 – Manuel Salvador Larios estate: Final account and petition for distribution filed;

  • Maria Rosario Armas de Larios
  • Jose Maria Larios
  • Manuel L. Larios Jr.
  • Gracia Larios
  • (José) Antonio Larios
  • (Jose) Dolores Larios
  • Martina Larios de Soto, (wife of) Deogracio Soto
  • Guadelupe Larios de Quiñones, (wife of) Reyes Quiñones
  • Minor Patrocinio Larios (age 16) has Frederick A. MacDougall as guardian (since both his mother and now father are dead)
  • Minor Estolano Larios 10 who has no guardian

The non-minors have already conveyed (sold) their shares to Joaquin Bolado and Jose G. Arques; the will should be distributed as folllows; to Bolado and Arques 8 undivided 10th parts.

For Patrocinio Larios 1 undivided 10th part;

To Estolano Larios 1 undivided 10th part.

v. 1 p. 95

1866-12-17: Larios estate: Order to vacate order of sale of Larios property

Monday, December 17, 1866 – Manuel Salvador Larios estate: Order to vacate order of sale of Larios property; claims necessity to sell the Rancho Santa Ana for payment of debts ceased to exist; sale no longer required.

v.1 p. 94

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1866-11-03: Release of mortgage of Jose Maria Larios to Frederick A. MacDougall for his share of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe

November 3, 1866 – Release of below mortgage by deed referring to same by date, amount, parties, and time and place of record.

11/3/1866: Jose Maria Larios mortgages to Frederick A. MacDougall for $500; grants, bargains and sells all undivided right title and interest of his premesis acquired by inheritance from Estate of his deceased father Manuel Larios Sr. Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe; to secure $500 twelve months after date and interest at 1 1/2 percent per month.

Liber B Mortgages, p. 341.

1866-10-25: Jose Maria Larios mortgages to Frederick A. MacDougall his interest in Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe

Thursday, October 25, 1866 – Jose Maria Larios mortgages to Frederick A. MacDougall for $500; grants, bargains and sells all undivided right title and interest  of his premesis acquired by inheritance from Estate of his deceased father Manuel Larios Sr.  Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe; to secure $500 twelve months after date and interest at 1 1/2 percent per month.

Liber B Mortgages, p. 341. 

See 11/3/1866 for release of mortgage.

1866-08-15: Manuel Salvador Larios estate: Frederick A. MacDougall petitions to be guardian of Patrocinio Larios

Wednesday, August 15, 1866 – Manuel Salvador Larios estate: Frederick A. MacDougall petitions to be guardian of Patrocinio Larios who is entitled to 1/10th of the share of his father's estate.

v.1 p. 117-121

1866-05-11: Manuel Salvador Larios estate: Petition of Order to Sell Real Estate filed

Friday, May 11, 1866 – Manuel Salvador Larios estate: Petition of order to sell Larios real estate filed.

v.1 p. 92

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1866-01-30: Manuel Larios Estate – Appraisers Appointed: Teodoro Castellano, E.J. Breen, F.A. MacDougall

January 30, 1866 – Manuel Larios Estate: Order appointing Teodoro Castellano, E.J. Breen, F.A. MacDougall appraisers

1866-01-09: Manuel Salvador Larios Estate Petition Filed by Maria del Rosaria Armas de Larios

Tuesday, January 9, 1866 – Manuel Larios estate; petition filed by his 3rd wife and Executrix Maria del Rosaria Armas de Larios, 54.

Manuel Larios died 12/11/1865 at 64.

His children with Maria Antonia de Jesus Pacheco:

  • José Maria Larios 41 (b. ~1823-1824)
  • Manuel L. Larios Jr., 37 (b. ~1828) (of Contra Costa County)
  • (Juliana) Martina Larios de Soto, 35 (b. ~1830) (Married to Deo Gracia Soto)
  • Gracia (de las Mercedes) Larios, 31 (male, b. ~1834)
  • (José) Antonio Larios, 30 (b. ~1835)
  • (Maria) Guadelupe Larios de Quiñones, 26, (b. ~1839) (a.k.a Lupe) wife of Reyes Quiñones (later married to Luciano Salas from Sonora, Mexico)
  • (José) Dolores Larios, 22 (b. ~1843)
  • Patrocinio Larios, 16 (b. ~1849)

His child with Maria del Rosaria Armas de Larios:

  • Estolano Larios, 10 (b. May 26, 1855)

…all from Monterey County.

v. 1 p. 81

See also: http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/AF/family_group_record.asp?familyid=8534097&frompage=99

See also: http://fp1.centurytel.net/Warren_Genealogy/Larios.htm

NOTE:  Ages above recorded at date of the death of Manuel Salvador Larios. Birth years estimated from ages and other genealogical sources.  Names in parentheses are either not the names recorded on this document, or those not commonly used (as in the case of the two younger Josés). For a fictional story based on the true-life recollections of Estolano Larios and his family, read "California Dons" by Ralph LeRoy Milliken, Valley Publishers, Fresno, CA, c. 1956, 1967.

1866-01-01: Lease Term Begins for Rancho Santa Ana – Manuel Larios [Estate] to G.A. Moon, A.S. Bixby, T.F. Bixby

January 1, 1866 – Beginning of Lease Term (agreement of 12/9/1865): Manuel Larios [Estate] to G. A. Moon, A. S. Bixby, T.F. Bixby: of Rancho Santa Ana containing 5.5 leagues of land excepting one tenth, also 1500 acres and other exceptions.

Term: 2 years from 1st January 1866 with the privilege of 3 years more at yearly rent of $1500.

Book A of leases, p. 195

1865-12-11: Manuel Larios, owner of Rancho Santa Ana, died

Monday, December 11, 1865 – Manuel Larios (b. 1799* in the Pueblo of San Jose de Guadalupe near Mission Santa Clara*) died at 64 [65 or 66*] leaving real estate valued (v.1 p. 87) at $50,000, 5/6th of the Rancho Santa Ana, later (Feb 10, 1866) shown (v.1 p. 90) to be 5.5 leagues at $20,000 with $500 in improvements.

After removing Horace Hawes' 1/10th of 2,441.17 and the 1500 acres he gave to his son (José) Antonio Larios which contained "the place known as the Tres Pinos" which is in his will, from half of 48,822.60 acres which is 24,411.30; his estate at time of death included 20,470.17 acres.

v.1 p. 126.

*Birthdate from "East of the Gabilans" Valley Publishers, c 1976. Marjorie Pierce, p. xii Library of Congress: 76-56566. ISBN: 0-913548-39-1. p. 79