Case file for United States vs. Andrés Pico, Arroyo Seco [Amador, Sacramento, and San Joaquín County]. Includes transcript of the proceedings and related documents.
Granted by Alvarado May 6, 1841, to Teodocio Yorba; 11 leagues, by name. Claim filed by Andres Pico Nov. 1, 1852; on Nov. 29, 1852, J. More Moss, H.W. Carpentier, Edward F. Beal, and Herman Wohler were substituted as caimants. Rejected by the Board Feb. 27, 1855. Confirmed by the District Court Apl. 21, 1856. Appeal dismissed by the Supreme Court May 4, 1858, and Feb. 3, 1863, both by mandate. Patent issued to Jospeh M. Moss, H.W. Carpentier, Edward F. Beal, and Herman Wholer on Apl. 29, 1865, for 48,857.52 acres. The patent is recorded in Jackson, Amador County, in Sacramento, and Stockton, (without the surveyor's plat), San Joaquin County. No. 99 General Land Office map. In Amador County 32,628.24 acres; in Sacramento County 13,860.96 acres; in San Joaquin County 2,368.32 acres. Bowman, J.N. Index of the Spanish-Mexican private land grant records and cases of California, I, 041 (shelved as BANC MSS C-R 17, Bancroft Library).
Associated Case Numbers: Docket 444, 199 ND, GLO 99




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