Case file for United States vs. Antonio Suñol et al, Valle de San José (also called "Valle de San José y Corralitos") [Alameda County]. Includes transcript of the proceedings and related documents.
Granted by Alvarado, provisionally, Feb. 23, and in fee Apl. 10, 1839, to Antonio M. Pico, Agustin, and Juan Bernal, and Maria Dolores Bernal (de Suñol); about 11 leagues, by name and diseño. Claim filed by Antonio Suñol et al May 18, 1852. Confirmed by the Board Jan. 31, 1854. Confirmed by the District Court Jan. 14, 1856, and Sept. 10, 1863. Case dismissed by the Supreme Court Jan. 11, 1858, by mandate. Patent issued to Anontio Suñol, Juan Bernal and Agustin Bernal Mar. 15, 1865, for 48.435.92 acres. The patent is recorded in Oakland, Alameda County. No. 121 General Land Office map. The grant was also called Valle de San Jose y Corralitos. Bowman, J.N. Index of the Spanish-Mexican private land grant records and cases of California, I, 858 (shelved as BANC MSS C-R 17, Bancroft Library).
Associated Case Numbers: Toma 12, Expediente 126, Unclassified Expediente 197, Docket 231, ND 102, GLO 121




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