1909-07-06: Julia Bolado Ashe Receives Rancho Santa Anita, Potrero de Lynch from Bolado Estate

1909-07-06: Julia Bolado Ashe Receives from Estate of Joaquin Bolado

In the Superior Court of the State of California
In and for the County of San Benito

In the Matter of the Estate of Joaquin Bolado, Deceased.

Decree Settling Final Account and of Distribution.

Julia Bolado Ashe, executrix of the last will and testament of Joaquin Bolado, deceased, having heretofore rendered and filed herein an account and report of her administration of said estate, which account was for a final settlement, and having with said account filed a petition for the final distribution of said estate;

… Joaquin Bolado died testate on the 28th day of November, 1894, leaving a last will and testament…

…Personal property as follows: Growing crops, hay, three horses, two wagons, harness and saddle, four cows, household furniture, poultry, all in the State of California…

Real property as follows:

All those certain parts of the Rancho Santa Ana Y Quien Sabe situated in the County of San Benito, State of California, and more particularly described as follows, to-wit:

Lots numbered on the map made by S.W. Smith in May, A.D. 1878, No’s:

Twenty-Five (25)
Twenty-Eight (28)
Twenty-Nine (29)
Thirty (30)
Thirty-one (31)
Thirty-two (32)
Thirty-three (33)
Thirty-four (34)
Thirty-five (35)
Thirty-six (36)
Thirty-seven (37)
Thirty-eight (38)
Thirty-nine (39)
Forty (40)
Forty-one (41)
Forty-two (42)
and that portion of lot Twenty-four (24) beginning at a point on the West line of road leading from Hollister to Santa Ana Y Quien Sabe at its junction with the Southerly line of Lot Twenty-five (25) as shown on the map of the subdivision survey of said Rancho Santa Ana made by S.W. Smith and thence proceeding with the following courses and distances viz:

South 54 degrees West 84.87 chains,
North 32 1/2 degrees West 15.07 chains
South 87 degrees West 87.00 chains
North 29 degrees West 7.30 chains
North 53 1/2 degrees West 45.80 chains
North 80 degrees East 104.50 chains
South 32 1/2 degrees East 13.50 chains
North 57 1/4 degrees East 81.70 chains
to the west line of the aforesaid road and thence along said line to the point of beginning, containing in all Seven Hundred and one-half (700 50/100) acres, and being parcel of land conveyed to Joaquin Bolado by one Juan Yndart December 23, 1873, by deed recorded in Book “E” of Deeds, page 128, San Benito County Records;

Also that portion of the Rancho Quien Sabe conveyed by Estanislaus [Estanislao] Hernandez December 15, 1873, as per deed recorded in Book “e” of Deed, at page 127 et seq. of the San Benito County Records, and particularly described as follows:

Beginning at a stake on the South boundary of the Rancho Santa Ana Y Quien Sabe being station one (1) of division survey of said rancho, and thence running:

North 45 degrees East 39.55 chains,
South 9 degrees West 27.30 chains,
West 23.00 chains
to the point of beginning, containing Thirty one 30/100 (31 30/100) acres.

The whole of said tract containing Nine Thousand Three Hundred and nine and 81/100 (9309 81/100) acres, and being commonly known as the Santa Anita Rancho.

Also that certain tract of land situate, lying and being in the County of San Benito, State of California, describe as follows to-wit:- Lots:
One
Two
Three and
Four
of Section Sixteen, Township Twelve, South Range Six East, Mt. Diablo Meridian;

All of
Section Twenty-one, Township Twelve South, Range Six East, Mt. Diablo Meridian;

Lots:
One and
Two and South Half of Northeast Quarter and
North half of Southeast Quarter, and Southeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Section Twenty, Township Twelve South, Range Six East, Mt. Diablo Meridian.

Being that certain tract of land now and heretofore commonly known and called “Potrero de Lynch”, containing One Thousand Acres (1000) more or less.

Filed for the record at the request of A.D. Shaw July -6- A.D. 1909 at 35 min. past 11 o’clock A. M. Elmer Dowdy, Recorder.

SBC: Book 42, page 343

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

1873-12-15: Hernandez Sold 31+ Ac of Part of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe to Bolado

Monday, December 15, 1873 – Estanislao Hernandez sold to Joaquin Bolado 31.30 acres of part of Santa Ana y Quien Sabe; for $2017 – [Complex description of the parcel]

v.2 p.313

Deeds O, p. 456

Recorded 11:30 AM Friday, December 26, 1873

1873-06-28: Avy Grants Strip Across His Parcel of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe to Southern Pacific Railroad.

Saturday, June 28, 1873 – Charles Avy of Monterey in consideration of the benefits to be derived by me in the construction of the SPRR on and across my land known as the Santa Ana y Quien Sabe Rancho and the location of a side track thereon and in further consideration of the sum of one dollar to me in hand paid by the agent of the SPRR; do duly agree to grant and convey to said RR company (the Southern Pacific Railroad) a strip of land one hundred feet wide entirely across my said Rancho to be used for the construction of a line of railroad, and for side track purchased an additional piece of land on each side of said hundred feet strip of land eight hundred feet in length and of an aggregate width including said hundred feet strip to be continuous with the land heretofore conveyed by me to said company; etc.; and all the water which may be needed for railroad purposes.

Libr. b p.52

Recorded 9:30 AM Wednesday, July 2, 1873 

1872-05-23: Avy deeds 2+ acre strip to Southern Pacific Railroad

Thursday, May 23, 1872 – Charles Avy of Monterey county in consideration of benefits and advantages of construction of railroad and $1.00; and benefit of fences; conveys a 100 foot wide strip of land 1173 feet long; 2.69 acres to SPRR Co.

Deeds L. or D? p. 332

1870-08-22: Bolado/Arques vs. Anzar/MacDougall Suit: 1848 Anzar/Larios Partition Declared Invalid

Monday, August 22, 1870 – Bolado/Arques vs. Anzar et. al. (Frederick A. MacDougall) lawsuit: findings filed:

1st: in the year 1834 there were two tracts of unclaimed lands, the Quien Sabe and Santa Ana, unlimited in quantity.

(NOTE: There are 40 historical points entered here that have been entered as posts in historical order in this record; they are not duplicated in this post. Look for category: Bolado/Arques Suit.)

CONCLUSIONS OF LAW

That as the land granted to Juan Miguel Anzar and Manuel Salvador Larios had not been segregated from the public domain and the external boundaries had not been fixed by the government of Mexico, the said Anzar & Larios could not make a partition of same as attempted by them in 1848 and that all of their proceedings for a partition before the land granted was finally located by the Mexican Government or its successor, the United States, were null and void and not binding either at law or in equity;

Plaintiffs (Bolado & Arques) and defendants (Anzar et. al., & MacDougall) are jointly seized in fee simple of said whole of said premesis described in said letters patent and hold possessions and enjoy the same as tenants in common;

That the plaintiffs as among themselves are seized in fee of said one undivided 1/2 part of all of said premises and hold the same according to their respective rights and interests therein but which rights and interests as between them are not now determined.

That the said Defendants as among themselves are seized in fee of the one undivided half &c &c.

That said Plaintiffs as among themselves are entitled to have a half part of said premises quantity and quality relatively considered, set apart to them in severalty and that said Defendant as among themselves are entitled to have a half &c;

That commissioners should be appointed to make partition; that such commissioners should, if the same can be equitably done, set apart to Plaintiffs' and Defendant's lands embracing their respective improvements; let an interlocutory decree be drawn accordingly.

s, S. B. McKee, District Judge.

v.2 p.255

NOTE: Samuel Bell McKee served as a Justice of the California Supreme Court from 1880 – 1887.

http://www.cschs.org/02_history/02_c.html 

See also: http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_rlg4413/is_CUBU0017/ai_n15473235 

1870-07-05: Hernandez & Arques bought Anatolio Anzar’s share of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe

Thursday, July 5, 1870 – Estanislao Hernandez & Joseph G. Arques bought all of Anatolio del Refugio Anzar's entire share of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe for $26,000.

v.2 p.269.

NOTE: It should have been one undivided one sixth; see 12/26/1854, worth $1,666.66 at that time.

Deeds J. p 44.

Recorded July 7, 1870 

1870-04-28: Horace Hawes sells to Stanly & Blair 1/5th part of 1/20th of Rancho Quien Sabe

April 28, 1870 – Horace Hawes deeds to John A. Stanly & A. W. Blair, consideration legal services rendered with a written contract made between the parties hereto on 8/20/1868,  do by these presents grand bargain sell and convey unto John A. Stanly and A. W. Blair an undivided 1/5th part of an undivided 1/20th part of the tract of land situated in said county of Monterey known as Quien Sabe, the same being a part of the Rancho known as Santa Ana y Quien Sabe, and other lands.

Subject to said contract.  Warranty expressly excepted.

Recorded July 12, 1870.

1869-07-26: MacDougall (Anzar et. al) Answer Bolado/Arques’ Suit Re: Partition

Monday, July 26, 1869 – Suit: Frederick A. MacDougall's (Anzar et. al.) answer and cross complaint:

That so much of plaintiff's (Joaquin Bolado & José G. Arques) prayer seeks to obtain decree of this court declaring the pretended partition a good and valid partition; or declaring plaintiffs to be exclusive owners of that part of the lands called Santa Ana; or as seems to establish the pretended dividing line set up in plaintiff's complaints, or compelling these defendants to make conveyances and assurances of title to plaintiffs to be denied.

MacDougall requests court to decree that MacDougall has an undivided 12th of lands granted by letters patent, and the said defendants Juan Francisco Anzar, Anatolio Anzar & Policronio Anzar each own 5 undivided 36ths; and said plaintiffs as among themselves to be the owners of one undivided half part thereof, and that the land be divided in an equitable and just manner.

v.2 p.247

1868-10-30: Bolado & Arques sell 500 acres of Rancho Santa Ana to William A. Moody

Friday, October 30, 1868 – Joaquin Bolado and Joseph G. Arques to William A. Moody of Santa Clara for $7,500 part of Rancho Santa Ana 500 acres except for portion which is a public highway.

Book G. p. 587

Recorded 9:01 AM Monday, November 30, 1868 

1868-10-07: Bolado & Arques sell 500 Acres of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe to Ham & Cowden

Wednesday, October 7, 1868: Joaquin Bolado and Joseph G. Arques to John W. Ham & A. Cowden (Alfred Cowden?) for $7,500, for 500 acres except for public highway

Book G. p. 590

Recorded: 9:03AM Monday November 30, 1868

Possibly related to Cowden Road in Hollister?

1868-09-21: Castaños sells his share of Rancho Santa Ana to Arques and Bolado

Monday, September 21, 1868 – Bartolomé Castaños, first party, deeds to José G. Arques and Joaquin Bolado, second party, who pay him $32,000 gold coin all the right and interest of the first party of the Rancho Santa Ana part of the combined ranch.

Book G. p. 487.

See the previous page in the book for the corresponding purchase; p. 486

1868-09-19: Joaquin Bolado sells to Bartolomé Castanos the undivided one half of Joaquin Bolado’s 2/3rd’s share of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe

Saturday, September 19, 1868 – Joaquin Bolado of SF deeds to Bartolomé Castanos of SF for $32,000 gold coin the undivided one half of Joaquin Bolado's entire 2/3rd's share of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe.

Book G p. 486.

See the next page in the book for the corresponding sale; p. 487

So Castaños owns 1/3 of ranch.

The October recording date in the index is incorrect.

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

1867-08-19: Sale of Manuel Salvador Larios’ minor heirs’ share of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe to Joaquin Bolado & José G. Arques confirmed

Monday, August 19, 1867 – Sale of Manuel Salvador Larios' minor heirs' (Patrocinio and Estolano) share to Joaquin Bolado and José G. Arques confirmed; conveyances directed to be executed.

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.

1867-07-19: Public posting of proposed sale of minor Larios heirs’ share in Rancho

Friday, July 19, 1867 – Public posting of proposed sale of minor Larios heirs' share in Rancho by MacDougall and others

v.1 p. 144

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

1867-04-23: Francisco E. Lynch sells one undivided 20th of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe to Estanislao Hernandez

Tuesday, April 23, 1867 – Francisco E. Lynch granted to Estanislao (Estanislas) Hernandez for $1500 one undivided 20th part of Rancho Santa Ana and Quien Sabe.

Book F p. 549, p. 550

v. 1 p. 51

1866-11-28: William Carey Jones quitclaims his undivided 1/20th of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe to Joaquin Bolado

Wednesday, November 28, 1866 – William Carey Jones remise, release and quitclaim his undivided 1/20th of the combined Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe for $5.00 to Joaquin Bolado.

Book F p. 453.

See v.1 p.57 Also a similar document for José G. Arques, same source.

Relating to Manuel Larios deed to Hawes 8/21/1857, Book C p. 179

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.

1866-11-02: Joaquin Bolado and Jose G. Arques buy 8/10ths of the share of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe owned by Larios Estate’s Non-Minor Heirs

Friday, November 2, 1866 – Joaquin Bolado (44 – b. March 3, 1822, Santander, Spain) and José G. Arques (27) buy 8/10ths of the share of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe owned by the Manuel Salvador Larios Estate’s non-minor heirs, excluding shares owned by Patrocinio Larios (16) and Estolano Larios (10):

  • (Maria) Rosario Armas de (Higuera y) Larios (Manuel Salvador Larios’ widow)
  • Jose Maria Larios
  • Manuel L. Larios
  • Gracia Larios
  • (José) Antonio Larios
  • (José) Dolores Larios
  • Martina Larios de Soto, (wife of) Deo Gracia Soto
  • Deo Gracia Soto, her husband
  • Guadelupe Larios de Quiñones, (wife of) Reyes Quiñones
  • Reyes Quiñones, her husband

Book F of Deeds. p. 423.

Consideration $17,200

v.1 p. 113

Full text:

November 2, 1866

This indenture made and entered into this second day of November 1866, by and between Maria del Rosario Armas de Larios, widow of Manuel Larios deceased;
Jose Maria Larios,
Manuel L. Larios,
Gracia Larios,
José Antonio Larios,
Jose Dolores Larios,
Martina Larios de Soto, wife of Deogracio Soto, and
Deogracio Soto her husband, and
Guadalupe Larios de Quiñones, wife of Reyes Quiñones, and,
Reyes Quiñones, her husband,
Parties hereto of the first part; and all of the county of Monterey and State of California,

And

Joaquin Bolado of the State of California and City and County of San Francisco and, José G. Arques of the same state and County of Santa Clara, parties hereto of the second part.

Witnesseth that the said parties of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of seventeen thousand two hundred dollars lawful money of the United States: Nine Thousand Two Hundred of which has been to us in hand paid at and before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, the remaining Eight Thousand Dollars to be paid according to the tenor and effect of a certain agreement in writing between the said parties of the first part and the said parties of the second part, and bearing even date herewith, have granted, bargained sold and conveyed, and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said parties of the second part, and unto their heirs and assigns forever: all of their and each of their right title and interest in and to that certain tract of land in the State of California, and county of Monterey and there known as the Ranchos Santa Ana y Quien Sabe: being the same tract of land more particularly bounded and described in certain letter patent of the Government of the United States to Manuel Larios, Frederick A. MacDougall, Anatolio Anzar, Juan Francisco Anzar y Policronio Anzar, and bearing date the first day of May AD 1860 and containing 48,822 60/100 acres: saving and excepting from this conveyance so much of said tract of land as lays within the boundaries of a certain conveyance by Manuel Larios to Jose Antonio Larios dated the 17th day of April AD 1862 and recorded in the office of the county recorder in and for the county of Monterey in Book “E” of Conveyances and pages 227, and following together with all and singular the tenements and hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any way appertaining with the rents, issues + profits thereof.

To have and to hold the same unto the said parties of the second part, and unto their heirs and assigns forever in shares following, to wit: to the said Joaquin Bolado two undivided third parts thereof, and unto the said Jose G. Arques, his heirs and assigns the one undivided third part thereof, and the said parties of the first part for themselves their assigns covenant and agree with the said parties of the second part their heirs and assigns that Refugio Altamirano de Carlo, wife of Pedro Carlo of the said county of Monterey has no right title or interest in and to said tract of land or any part thereof, and they the said parties of the first part, for themselves, their heirs executors administrator and assigns covenant and agree to warrant and defend the possession of said tract of land and every part thereof unto the said parties of the second part their heirs and assigns against the claims of the wife of the said Pedro Carlo and all persons claiming by through or under her – but against none others save and except themselves and all persons claiming by through or under them.

In witness whereof the said parties of the first part have hereunto set their hands, and seals the day and year first above written.

Maria del Rosario Armas de Larios
José Maria Larios
Manuel L. Larios
Gracia Larios
José Antonio Larios
José Dolores Larios
Martina Larios de Soto
Deogracio Soto
Guadalupe L. De Quiñones
Reyes Quiñones

State of California, County of Monterey

On this third day of November AD One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty Six before me John W. Whitney, Notary (more here about notary information)

Recorded at request of Joaquin Bolado Nov. 3rd AD 1866 7 o’clock PM.

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.

1866-01-09: 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.

1865-01-26: Default of Debt Entered: California vs. Antonio Larios and 1500 acres of Santa Ana

January 26, 1865 – Default of Debt entered –  People of State of California vs. Antonio Larios and 1500 acres; portion of Santa Ana, bound North by San Felipe and San Joaquin, South by Cienega de Paysenes (Paicines) and West by San Benito Creek and San Justo, & improvements; $35.41 due 1st Monday in March and 1st Monday in August 1864.   

1865-01-12: Summons Filed: California vs. Antonio Larios, Santa Ana

January 12, 1865 – People of State of California vs. Antonio Larios and 1500 acres; portion of Santa Ana, bound North by San Felipe and San Joaquin, South by Cienega de Paysenes (Paicines) and West by San Benito Creek and San Justo, & improvements; $35.41 due 1st Monday in March and 1st Monday in August 1864.

Summons filed with Sheriff's Certificate of Service, endorsed thereon on January 12th 1865; default of debt entered.

$35.41 tax and $42.46 costs to remain a lien on property.

1864-12-24: Summons Issued: People of State of California vs. Antonio Larios – Santa Ana

Saturday, December 24, 1864: People of State of California vs. Antonio Larios and 1500 acres; portion of Santa Ana, bound North by San Felipe and San Joaquin, South by Cienega de Paysenes (Paicines) and West by San Benito Creek and San Justo, & improvements; $35.41 due 1st Monday in March and 1st Monday in August 1864.

Summons issued 12/24/1864.

January 17 1865: summons filed with Sheriff.

January 26 1865: default of debt entered. $35.41 tax and $42.46 costs to remain a lien on property.

1864-12-21: California vs. Antonio Larios: Tax on 1500 Acres of Rancho Santa Ana

Wednesday, December 21, 1864: The People of State of California vs. Antonio Larios and 1500 acres; that portion of Santa Ana bound North by San Felipe and San Joaquin, South by Cienega de Paysenes (Paicines) and West by San Benito Creek and San Justo, & improvements; $35.41 due 1st Monday in March and 1st Monday in August 1864.

Complaint filed to recover $35.41 state and county taxes delinquent upon assessment levied against said property between 1st Monday in March 1864 and 1st Monday of August Same year.

In the district court of the 3rd Judicial District State of California in and for the County of Monterey.

1864-04-18: Patent: Combined Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe: Manuel Larios et. al received final signature

April 18, 1864: Patent: Combined Ranch: Manuel Larios et. al received final signature

v.1 p.23