Case file for United States vs. Antonio M. Pico and Henry M. Naglee, Pescadero (also called Paso del Pescadero) [San Joaquín, Alameda, and Contra Costa County]. Includes transcript of the proceedings and related documents.
Granted by Micheltorena Nov. 28, 1843, to Antonio M. Pico; 8 leagues, by name. Claim filed by Antonio M. Pico and Henry M. Naglee June 10, 1852. Rejected by the Board Sept. 19, 1854. Confirmed by the District Court Sept. 2, 1856, and Aug. 9, 1862. Confirmed by the Supreme Court Feb. 20, 1860, by mandate. Patent issued to Antonio N. Pico and Henry M. Naglee Mar. 10, 1865, for 35, 546.39 acres. The patent is recorded in Stockton, San Joaquin County, and in Oakland, Alameda County but without the surveryor's plat. No. 108 General Land Office map. In San Joaquin Couny 35,454.04 acres; in Alameda County 76.37 acres; in Contra Costa County 15.98 acres. Bowman, J.N. Index of the Spanish-Mexican private land grant records and cases of California, I, 562 (shelved as BANC MSS C-R 17, Bancroft Library).
Associated Case Numbers: Toma 195, Expediente 370, Docket 267, 170 ND, GLO 108




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