San Joaquin County Legal Papers, 1861-1898.

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Hall, John B., 1821-1906. San Joaquin County Legal Papers, 1861-1898.

San Joaquin County Legal Papers, 1861-1898.

Box 1 contains bound transcripts of court cases (1864-1877). Boxes 2 and 3 contain bound briefs of court cases for same period. Box 3 also contains a few unbound transcripts and briefs (1875-1898). Boxes 4 through 6 contain transcripts and briefs of court cases bound together by case (1878-1893).

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Attorney. Educated at St. Johns College (Md.) and at Jefferson Law College (Md.). Admitted to Maryland Bar (1840). Came to California (1850) and was hired as legal counsel by Charles M. Weber, founder of Stockton (1851). Practiced law in Stockton (1851-1906). Kept transcripts and briefs of cases in which he and his colleagues were involved. Many cases involve land disputes. Most important litigations in which Hall took part were People vs. Las Mariposas Estate (Fremont Grant) (1866-1868) and Sto...

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Terry, David Smith, 1823-1889

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