Papers of Cave Johnson Couts, 1832-1951.
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Originally from Mass., Robinson went to Calif. in 1829 as the representative of the hide-trading and shipping firm Bryant, Sturgis & Co. From the description of Alfred Robinson logbook and diary : ms, 1829-1840. (California Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 122509056 Originally from Mass., Robinson first went to Calif. in 1829 as the representative for the hide-trading and shipping firm Bryant, Sturgis & Co. He married an heiress of Santa Barbara's de la Guerr...
Cave Johnson Couts (1821-1874), a native of Tennessee, was an army officer ordered to Monterrey, Mexico who was later sent to California and led the escort for the U.S. Boundary Commission in 1849. Couts married Isidora Bandini (daughter of Juan Bandini) and became the owner of the large Guajome Rancho in San Diego County. He was engaged in the cattle business, and his son, Cave J. Couts, Jr. (1856-1943) became a civil engineer and worked as a deputy surveyor for San Diego County before he began...
The United States Army is the largest branch of the United States Armed Forces and performs land-based military operations. It is one of the seven uniformed services of the United States and is designated as the Army of the United States in the United States Constitution, Article 2, Section 2, Clause 1 and United States Code, Title 10, Subtitle B, Chapter 301, Section 3001. As the largest and senior branch of the U.S. military, the modern U.S. Army has its roots in the Continental Army, which wa...
Pioneer California businessman; arriving in Monterey in 1829; Sterns held many public and private offices. At the time of these declarations, he was Alcalde (or Mayor) of Los Angeles. From the description of Colorado River Ferry declarations, 1850 May 8-1850 June 8. (Arizona Historical Society, Southern Arizona Division). WorldCat record id: 39114744 Abel Stearns was a prominent trader and landowner in Southern California from 1829 until his death in 1871. From t...
Trained as a topologist, Dr. John Sanders Griffin Jr. received his Ph. D. at Tulane in 1956, with a dissertation entitled A Notion of Parallelism in General Fibre Bundles . He taught and completed post-graduate study at the University of Michigan. Later, he joined the staff at IBM's Endicott Laboratories. From the guide to the John S. Griffin Jr. Papers 2004-122., 1929-1962, (Archives of American Mathematics, Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin) Gr...
Ephraim W. Morse, a businessman and county official, was born in Amersbury, Massachusetts on October 16, 1823. He arrived in San Francisco on July 5, 1849 and mined for a short time before moving to San Diego, where he engaged in general merchandising. In 1869 Morse moved from Old San Diego to New Town. Lydia A. Gray was his first wife, teacher Mary C. Walker his second. Morse died on January 17, 1906. From the description of Ephraim W. Morse Papers, 1849-1906. (Unknown). WorldCat re...
John Forster (1814-1882), immigrated from his native England to Mexico in 1831 and two years later settled in California. In 1837 Forster converted to Catholicism and married Isidora Ygnacia Pico, sister of Pio Pico (1801-1894), the last Mexican governor. In 1873, Forster was involved in the famous legal battle with Pico and his brother Andreas over the land grand at Rancho Santa Margarita. From the description of Papers of John Forster, 1849-1921 (Huntington Library, Art Collections...
Biographical note: Lawyer and forty-niner, Benjamin Hayes traveled from Independence, Missouri on Sept. 10, 1849 and arrived in Los Angeles on February 26, 1850. He became a prominent judge and civic leader in Los Angeles. From the description of Hayes transcript of forty-niners diary, 1849-1849. (Arizona Historical Society, Southern Arizona Division). WorldCat record id: 54032991 ...