1877-01: Policronio Anzar Marries Miss Zanetta, Mrs. Patrick Breen

"Policronia Estolastico de Guadalupe Anzar (Lupe), married Miss Zanetta of San Juan, and they have three interesting children."

Memorial and Biographical History, Coast Counties Central California 1893 Lewis Publishing Co. Biographies p. 437

"P. E. G. Anzar is known at the present time throughout this section as "Lupe," and is now living at San Juan. The Anzar boys were schoolmates of mine. "Lupe" Anzar attended Santa Clara College in 1868, and left it in 1870. At that time he established, with Pablo Vacca, a wholesale butcher business in Los Angeles. He also ran a livery stable in that city before returning to San Juan in 1876. He married Mrs. Wm. Breen, who was the daughter of Angelo Zanetta, and was the widow of William Breen, the youngest son of Patrick Breen. Mr. Anzar's marriage occurred in January, 1877. This date I remember distinctly as I had married about a month earlier. About a year ago the Anzars celebrated their golden wedding anniversary, and an immense crowd attended the celebration."


"Early days at the mission San Juan Bautista", by Issac L. Mylar; a narrative of incidents connected with the days when California was young. 

1857-02-02: Joaquin Bolado marries Julia Josepha Abrego.

Monday, February 2, 1857, Joaquin Bolado marries Julia Josefa Abrego (b. 04-23-1843 Monterey), daughter of Don José Abrego (b. Mexico 1813) and Josefa Maria Casilda Aniceta Estrada (b. 04-04-1814 Presidio, Monterey).

Joaquin Bolado Married Julia Josepha Abrego February 2, 1857
Pierce, Marjorie. "East of the Gabilans" Valley Publishers, c 1976 Library of Congress: 76-56566. ISBN: 0-913548-39-1., p. 123.

A Memorial and Biographical History of the Coast Counties of Central California, Lewis Publishing Company, 1893, p. 345

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1854-07-25: Frederick A. MacDougall married Maria Antonia Castro de Anzar

Tuesday, July 25, 1854 – Frederick A. MacDougall married Maria Antonia Castro de Anzar, wife of the deceased Juan Miguel Anzar, owner of Rancho Quien Sabe.

(MacDougall later inherited 1/3 of her 1/2 share which is 1 undivided 6th of Quien Sabe.

Her heirs inherited the other 2/3rds.)

NOTE: But according to later court decisions, Quien Sabe hadn't been separated from Rancho Santa Ana.

Abstract v.2 p 209, 211

Abstract v.2 p. 203 & 239

Bolado/Arques suit, v.2 p.252