1889-10-31: Bolado from Southern Pacific Railroad Company [Unknown Parcel]

1889-10-31- Bolado from Southern Pacific Railroad Company [unknown transaction].

SBC, Book 11 p. 34

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1878-08-23: Sheriff’s Sale – de Laveaga vs. Roeding, Hernandez and Arias de Hernandez re Rancho Quien Sabe

August 15, 1878 Hollister Telegraph

August 23, 1878 – Sheriff’s Sale — Dolores Aguirre de LAVEAGA, Plaintiff vs. Frederick ROEDING, Estanislao HERNANDEZ, and Vicitation Arias de HERNANDEZ, Defendants; Order of sale on foreclosure of mortgage…Rancho known as ‘Quien Sabe’…[description of location]… sale date, Friday, the 23rd day of Aug. 1878…to satisfy judgment of $121,165.10…

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1875-05-31: Luis and Clemente Arques Sell [Unknown Parcel] to Hernandez

1875-05-31: SBC – Luis and Clement Arques to Estanislao Hernandez [unknown transaction].
SBC: Book 2, p. 52

1875-03-22: Bolado Sells Rancho Santa Ana and Part of Rancho Quien Sabe (9309+ ac.) to Hernandez

1875-03-22: SBC – Bolado to Hernandez (listed as Stanislaus)

Joaquin Bolado To Estanislao Hernandez. This conveyance made this twenty second day of the month of March A.D. Eighteen hundred and seventy five by Joaquin Bolado of the City and County of San Francisco in the State of California Grantor to Estanislao Hernandez late of the County of San Benito and now of the County of Santa Clara in the said State of California Grantee.

Witnesseth That for and in consideration of the sum of One hundred ten thousand dollars (110,000.00) in gold paid and secured to be paid by the said Grantee to the said Grantor the said Grantor hath this day granted and conveyed and by these Presents doth grant and convey unto the said Grantee and to his heirs executors administrators and assigns forever all those certain tracts of land situate in the county of San Benito in Said State and being part of the Rancho called and Known as Santa Ana and described as follows viz

Lots numbered on the map thereof made by S.W. Smith in May A.D. 1868

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) which was conveyed to said Grantor by one Juan Yndart on the twenty third day of December A.D. 1873 by conveyance of record in Monterey County in Book O of deeds at page four hundred and fifty seven thereof and following and that portion of the Rancho Quien Sabe conveyed by the said Grantee herein to said Granto herein on the fifteenth day of December 1873 and of record in said Book O at page 456 thereof the whole of said tract hereby conveyed forming one body and containing nine thousand and three hundred and nine 81/100 (9309 81/100) acres of land a little more or less.

Together with all the rights, privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining

To have and to Hold the same unto the said Grantee, his heirs executors administrators and assigns forever

In witness Whereof the said Grantor hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of (Note the Words part of the rancho)
State of California City and County of San Francisco

Joa. n. Bolado (Seal)
SS on this twenty second day of March in the year of one thousand eight hundred and seventy five before me Philip Mahter an Notary public in and for the said city and county personally appeared Joaq. Bolado known to me to be the person whose name is subscribe to the within instrument…

Recorded at the request of WF& Co (Wells Fargo?)
March 25, AD 1875 at 20 Min past 4 P.M. in Book 1 of Deeds Pages 587 + fol.

N.M. Hayes, Recorder

SBC: Book 1, p. 587

1875-02-13: Bolado sold Rancho Santa Anita to Hernandez: San Benito Advance

Joaquin BOLADO has sold his extensive farm property at Tres Pinos to E. HERNANDEZ for $140,000

San Benito Advance
February 1875
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1874: Bolado sold the ranch to Hernandez? Per Julia Bolado’s Memoirs

1874 – In her memoirs written in the 1920's, Julia (Dulce) Bolado claimed that in or around 1874, her father Joaquin Bolado sold the ranch to Estanislao Hernandez, and the ranch was returned two years later because the mortgage was never paid.

She did not mention what part of the ranch; perhaps she meant his entire share of Rancho Santa Ana.

1873-12-23: Yndart Granted Bolado 700+ Ac of Rancho Santa Ana to Bolado

Tuesday, December 23, 1873 – Juan Yndart sold to Joaquin Bolado 700.50 acres of Rancho Santa Ana [complex description of the parcel]; for consideration of $5.00.

Recorded 11:31 AM Friday, December 26, 1873

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

1873-09-13: Bolado and Arques Brothers sell 351+ Ac of Rancho Santa Ana to Hernandez

Saturday, September 13, 1873 – Joaquin Bolado (of San Francisco) & surviving heirs of José G. Arques, Joaquin R. (of Santa Clara County), Clemente C., and Luis Arques (both of Monterey County) grant to Estanislao Hernandez for $2,460.00 all that portion of Santa Ana Rancho; (complex description) containing 351.52 acres.

Deeds O, p. 92

Recorded 4 PM Thursday, September 18, 1873

1873-09-01: Joaquin R. Arques et. al. to Hernandez

1873-09-01: Joaquin R. Arques et. al. to Estanislao Hernandez [unknown transaction].

SBC: Book 2, p. 74

1873-08-30: Joaquin R. & Ellen Arques, Luis & Clemente Arques Sell to Yndart all interest in Rancho Santa Ana

Saturday, August 30, 1873 – Yndart buys land – Joaquin R & Ellen Arques, Clemente C. and Luis Arques sell to Juan Yndart for $30,000 all of their interest in the Santa Ana Rancho; very complex description.

Deeds O, p. 22

Recorded Friday, September 5, 1873

1873-08-04: Avy Sells Parcels of Rancho Santa Ana Lands to Arques Brothers

Monday, August 4, 1873 – Charles Avy (1st party) sold to Luis & Clemente Arques (2nd party) who paid to Avy $23,466 gold coin

  • land near Tres Pinos Creek beginning at a stake in the center of the Arroyo Joaquin Soto from which a cottonwood tree marked SAR… (COMPLEX DESCRIPTION) southwest corner of Rancho Santa Ana; along western boundary line of Rancho Santa Anita; 941 acres; being a part of lands described in agreement between Joaquin Bolado and José G. Arques July 15, 1868 in Book A of Agreements, p. 305
  • lands (complex description) described in the deed thereof from Charles Avy (first party) herein to Justo Sotello dated February 26 1872 in Book J of Deeds p. 579
  • lands from the Avy Patent. 

Deeds N. p. 388.

1873-03-26: Arques Estate: Spanish Cousins Sold Interests in Rancho to Murphy

March 26, 1873 – Arques Estate: it appearing that all the non-resident heirs interested in said estate (Cousins in Barcelona, Spain) have sold all their interests in said estate to Martin Murphy a resident of the State of California; approved.

1872-05-09: Arques Estate sold to Hernandez all of its share of Rancho Quien Sabe

Thursday, May 9, 1872 – 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’ sold to Hernandez ALL the right, title and interest in Rancho Quien Sabe (Santa Ana is not mentioned) – This is a confirmation of the sale referring to Probate Book A, page 321.

Deeds Book L p. 92, p. 91

Recorded May 15, 1872

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

1871-11-09: Bolado & Arques sell 451+ ac. and 93 ac. to Hernandez

Thursday, November 9, 1871 – Joaquin Bolado & Jose G. Arques to Estanislao Hernandez 451.55 acres and 93 acres for $5067.

Recorded 12/2/1871

Book K, p. 409

1871-02-03: MacDougall, Arques and others sold Ranchos Quien Sabe & Las Aguilas to De Laveaga.

Friday, February 3, 1871 – Frederick A. MacDougall, Joaquin R. Arques and other owners sold Quien Sabe and Las Aguilas ranches for $180,000 to José Vicente De Laveaga.

Deeds J p. 424

Recorded 2/27/1871

Arques JR to Laveaga, JV de.

In “East of the Gabilans,” the records indicate that it was sold in 1875. The book also says that owners of record were Frederick & Francesca MacDougall, A. Calderon, Mercedes Calderon, Pedro Baca, and Joseph Estrem.

Source: Marjorie Pierce’s East of the Gabilans, p. 117.

Pierce, Marjorie. “East of the Gabilans” Valley Publishers, c 1976 Library of Congress: 76-56566. ISBN: 0-913548-39-1.

See also: Biography of José Vicente De Laveaga: http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/CAMONTER/2005-02/1108661831

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.

1869-06-08: 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

1869-04-05: Arques sold [?] to Francisco Sanjurjo

April 5, 1869: Joaquin R. Arques sold [unknown parcel] to Francisco Sanjurjo.

p. 540

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1868-11-24: Bolado sells 562.5 Acres of Rancho Santa Ana to Arques

Tuesday, November 24, 1868 – Joaquin Bolado sells to José G. Arques, both of San Francisco, a complex description of 562.50 acres of Rancho Santa Ana, for $4,218.75 gold coin.

Deeds H, p. 304

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

1868-09-18: Bolado, Arques & Castaños sell ~400 acres of Rancho Santa Ana to Lyman H. Cook

Friday, September 18, 1868 – Joaquin Bolado, Joseph G. Arques, Bartolome Castaños of SF deed to Lyman H. Cook of Santa Clara, for consideration of $3200 gold coin, part of Rancho Santa Ana ~ 400 acres.

Book G p. 466.

1868-09-11: Bolado, Arques & Castaños sell 311+ Acres of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe to Mark Pomeroy

Friday, September 11, 1868 – Joaquin Bolado, Joseph G. Arques, Bartolome Castaños of SF deed to Mark Pomeroy, for consideration of $6234.40 gold coin, a portion of Rancho Santa Ana y Quien Sabe: 311.42 acres

Book G p. 462

1868-09-11: Bolado, Arques, Castaños deed to John A. Reed 434+ Acres of Rancho Santa Ana

Friday, September 11, 1868 – Joaquin Bolado, Joseph G. Arques, Bartolome Castaños of San Francisco deed to John A. Reed of Santa Clara 434 8/100ths acres except for a public highway, $10,852.00 in gold coin, portion of Santa Ana Rancho.

Book G. p. 467

1868-08-24: Bolado, Arques & Castaños sell to Rucker & Weller 528+ Acres of Rancho Santa Ana

Monday, August 24, 1868 – Joaquin Bolado, José G. Arques, Bartolome Castaños of San Francisco deed to Joseph E. Rucker & H.O. Weller of Santa Clara for consideration $4230 gold coin a portion of Rancho Santa Ana: 528 & 85/00ths acres

Book G p. 465