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8101 ORIGIN: Ysleno INDIO, Nicasio (I19155)
 
8102 ORIGIN: Ysleno rancheria INDIO, Abdon (I19418)
 
8103 ORIGIN: Ytacge, Tax Ytiax rancheria INDIO, Dionisio Josef (I19150)
 
8104 ORIGIN: Ytxemen en la Ysla INDIO, Uitcuiaxuit (I19162)
 
8105 ORIGIN: Zetachoya rancheria
DERIVED ORIGIN: Papuco-Tetachoya

Location: The Los Ojitos region is centered in the Lockwood area of the San Antonio Valley. It reaches from
the Jolon vicinity south to the central portion of present San Antonio Reservoir, and eastward to include a
small portion of the west side of the Salinas River Valley in the San Ardo vicinity

"To the Los Ojitos region we tentatively assigned 42 adults of the multi-village Papuco district,
approximately half of the people associated with the multi-village group of Janulo (56 adults), and 19 adults
associated with the multi-village district of Lima. In addition, we assigned to this region the people of the
unassociated village of Tetachoya ... "

Salinan and Northern Chumash Communities of the Early Mission Period, Randall Milliken and John R. Johnson, June 2003, p. 105
ftp://ftp.consrv.ca.gov/pub/oil/SB4DEIR/docs/CUL_Milliken_and_Johnson_2003.pdf 
INDIO, Rafael Joseph Garcia (I20655)
 
8106 ORIGIN: Zichauey (en lix napjanolo)

DERIVED ORIGIN: Tisagues

ORIGIN: Tesagues (Tisagues) rancheria

CULTURAL AND PALEONTOLOGICAL RESOURCES, Monterey County Planning, p. 4.5-9
http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/planning/major/California%20Flats%20Solar/DEIR_Vol_I_Rpt_08-2014/4%205%20Cultural.pdf

... village of Tisagues located near the old Cholame store, now the Jack Ranch Café (Gibson, 1983:244; Glover et al., 1999:12;
Milliken, 2000)

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Salinan and Northern Chumash Communities of the Early Mission Period, Randall Milliken and John R. Johnson, June 2003, p. 4
ftp://ftp.consrv.ca.gov/pub/oil/SB4DEIR/docs/CUL_Milliken_and_Johnson_2003.pdf

... oft-mentioned Mission San Miguel rancheria, Tisagues,
may have been a mobile community whose members spread out and coalesced seasonally at sites across the arid Temblor Range.

See Map. SE of Msn. San Miguel, S of Cholam rancheria

Salinan and Northern Chumash Communities of the Early Mission Period, Randall Milliken and John R. Johnson, June 2003, p. 1
ftp://ftp.consrv.ca.gov/pub/oil/SB4DEIR/docs/CUL_Milliken_and_Johnson_2003.pdf 
INDIA, Maria de las Nieves (I20684)
 
8107 ORIGIN: ZmAl en la playa, rancheria llamada
DERIVED ORIGIN: Quiguil-Etsmal

1.) Chaal: Rancheria on coast of Monterey "in LaMaca" mentioned in Book of Baptisms, San Antonio Mission, MS Copy by A. Pinart, Bancroft Library, 1878

C. Hart Merriam papers relating to work with California Indians, 1850-1974. (bulk 1898-1938)
https://archive.org/stream/bancroft_chartmerriam_1556_104#page/n79/mode/2up

2.) ... within Quiquilit of the rancheria of zmaal or etsmal. Milliken (1990) felt that this settlement, clearly situated on the beach to the north, was more likely a part of the ekheahan community of Esselen speakers, situated adjacent to the

Quiquilit on the north.

Journal of California and Great Basin, Anthropology, UC Merced, p. 152http://cla.calpoly.edu/~tljones/Walking%20on%20Deer%20Trails.pdf

3.) ... See Map. Located on Monterey Co. coast, about midway between Missions San Antonio de Padua & San Miguel - JSR

Salinan and Northern Chumash Communities of the Early Mission Period, Randall Milliken and John R. Johnson, June 2003 p. 1
ftp://ftp.consrv.ca.gov/pub/oil/SB4DEIR/docs/CUL_Milliken_and_Johnson_2003.pdf 
INDIA, Nicolasa Pastor (I20810)
 
8108 ORIGIN: Zoacau Zay a la parte del Sur rancheria
DERIVED ORIGIN: South-Zoacao rancheria 
INDIA, Maria Asumpcion (I20661)
 
8109 ORIGIN: Zocolom rancheria

DERIVED ORIGIN: Zojocolom

1.) ... people from Zojocolom, known from family chart patterns to be "one of the ranchedas of Papuco" are identified as Papuco people in the "codegp" field of our data base.

Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, SALINAN ETHNOGEOGRAPHY, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 146-175 (1993). p. 73
ftp://ftp.consrv.ca.gov/pub/oil/SB4DEIR/docs/CUL_Milliken_and_Johnson_2003.pdf

2.) Merriam (1968:79) understood Quiquilit to include the following four rancherias:
... papuco, about a league from Mission, at boundary of 'Nacion' Guisuil

Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, SALINAN ETHNOGEOGRAPHY, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 146-175 (1993). p. 151
http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1030&context=ssci_fac 
INDIA, Basilia (I20744)
 
8110 ORIGIN: Zocolom rancheria
DERIVED ORIGIN: Lima rancheria

San Antonio: Spanish name for rancheria Lima not far from San Antonio Mission in the direction of Monterey

C. Hart Merriam papers relating to work with California Indians, 1850-1974. (bulk 1898-1938), p. 3/654
https://archive.org/stream/bancroft_chartmerriam_1556_113#page/n1/mode/2up

 
INDIO, Caliopio (I20617)
 
8111 ORIGIN: Zola rancheria
DERIVED ORIGIN: Zula/Lysol

Zula location: NE of Mission San Antonio de Padua, SE of Mission Soledad (See Map)

Salinan and Northern Chumash Communities of the Early Mission Period, Randall Milliken and John R. Johnson, June 2003, p. 53
ftp://ftp.consrv.ca.gov/pub/oil/SB4DEIR/docs/CUL_Milliken_and_Johnson_2003.pdf 
INDIO, Leopoldo Arias (I20769)
 
8112 ORIGIN: Zola rumbo del oriente rancheria

DERIVED ORIGIN: Zula/Lysol rancheria

Zula location: NE of Mission San Antonio de Padua, SE of Mission Soledad (See Map)

Salinan and Northern Chumash Communities of the Early Mission Period, Randall Milliken and John R. Johnson, June 2003, p. 53
ftp://ftp.consrv.ca.gov/pub/oil/SB4DEIR/docs/CUL_Milliken_and_Johnson_2003.pdf 
INDIA, Servila (I20724)
 
8113 ORIGIN: Zzical rancheri

DERIVED ORIGIN: Zelaco/Checax rancheria 
INDIA, Raymunda (I20697)
 
8114 ORIGIN: Zzola parte del Oriente rancheria
DERIVED ORIGIN: Zula/Lysol rancheria

Zula location: NE of Mission San Antonio de Padua, SE of Mission Soledad (See Map)

Salinan and Northern Chumash Communities of the Early Mission Period, Randall Milliken and John R. Johnson, June 2003, p. 53
ftp://ftp.consrv.ca.gov/pub/oil/SB4DEIR/docs/CUL_Milliken_and_Johnson_2003.pdf 
INDIO, Osmundo Cardona (I20720)
 
8115 ORIGIN: [Estacanio] rancheria
DERIVED ORIGIN: Sisolop-Cojo (Sisolop rancheria in vicinity of Msn. La Purisma Concepcion) 
INDIA, Loreta Maria (I15797)
 
8116 ORIGIN: [Huenejel] rancheria

ORIGIN VARIATIONS:
- Uenejel rancheria
- Guaslaich rancheria 
INDIA, Cipriana (I19199)
 
8117 ORIGIN: [Ys]guagel rancheria en las islas INDIA, Maria Rosa (I17474)
 
8118 ORIGIN:: San Francisco Quiichi rancheria (per baptism record) [located E of Msn. San Gabriel in a plain surrounded
by water on every side-JSR]

ORIGIN VARIATION: Ajuibit rancheria (per burial record) 
INDIO, Fernando Salvador de los Santos (I18148)
 
8119 ORIGINAL BURIAL: 13 Sep 1894
Calvary Cemetery
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California

LATER REBURIED:
El Campo Santo Cemetery
15415 East Don Julian Road
Industry, Los Angeles County, California

NOTE: located on the grounds of the old Workman-Temple family homestead in the City of Industry, California.  
PICO, Pio de Jesus (I23783)
 
8120 originally had Kaesacker, Germany as birth city for Hans
marr. date 1 nov 1656
and Malsburg, Germany as marr. city...source Hanno???

Changed to Marlburg w/Fred's info

Per Fred Wehrle's 3~12.wps file:
0 0 Wagner, Hans, <7861>
* : 1632 Malsburg + : 1709 Malsburg
V: Wagner, Georg M: Schleith, Mar

oo: 1) 1 Dez 1656 Vogelbach ?2026?
0 0 Leuger, Eva, Hebamme <786
* : Endenburg + :
V: M:

HISTORIE DES EHEMANNS:
10xGev.16.12.1655-29.05.1684;

HISTORIE DER EHEFRAU:
4xGev.04.03.1669-07.10.1678;

KINDER:
1. Wagner, Friedrich, * 1657+ <7870>
2. Wagner, Johannes, * 1659+ 1732 <7871>
3. Wagner, Catharina, * 1663+ <5391>
4. Wagner, Maria, * 1665+ <7872>
5. Wagner, Kunigunda, * 1665+ <7873>
6. Wagner, Jacob, * 1667+ <7874>
7. Wagner, Anna, * 1669+ <7875>
8. Wagner, Maria, * 1669+ 1701 <7876>
9. Wagner, Eva, * 1672+ <6130>
10. Wagner, Barbara, * 1673+ <7877>
11. Wagner, Margaretha, * 1676+ 1749 <4142>
12. Wagner, Michael, * 1680+ <7878>
13. Wagner, Georg, * 1683+ 1755 <7879> 
WAGNER, Hans (I01540)
 
8121 ORIGN: San Carlos Rancheria INDIO, Chilem (I16861)
 
8122 OTHER BIOGRAPHICAL LINKS:
http://faculty.humanities.uci.edu/tcthorne/notablecaliforniaindians/toypurina.htm 
INDIA, Regina Josefa "Toypurina" (I17520)
 
8123 OWNERS OF Rancho Pescadero (Barreto) - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rancho_Pescadero_(Barreto)
"Rancho Pescadero (also called "Punta del Cipreses") was a 4,426-acre (17.91 km) Mexican land grant in present day Monterey County, California given in 1836 by Governor Nicolas Gutierrez to Fabian Barreto. Pescadero means fishing place in Spanish. The grant extended along the Pacific coast from Rancho Punta de Pinos and Seal Rocks south to Carmel by the Sea and encompassed present day Pebble Beach, California.
Fabian Barreto, a Mexican who came to Monterey in 1827 married Maria del Carmen Garcia Barreto Madariaga in 1833. Barreto received the one square league grant in 1836, but died in 1841. His widow, Maria married Juan Madariaga in 1844."
-Maria Del Carmen Garcia inherits Rancho - http://books.google.com/books?id=xWi5KAGHEc0C&pg=PA39&lpg=PA39&dq=Fabi%C3%A1n+Barreto+died+in+Monterey&source=bl&ots=VGrj56q1qU&sig=eWU5Uij_plT-F5zAaZQL6DW7bNU&hl=en&sa=X&ei=33_BUuCKLcv9oASU14D4CA&ved=0CDsQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=Fabi%C3%A1n%20Barreto%20died%20in%20Monterey&f=false
Haunted Homeland: A Definitive Collection of North American Ghost Stories, By Michael Norman
"His widow stayed, even though she preferred the lively Monterey society... She added to her ranch holdings by purchasing what was known as Rancho Canada Honda - Deep Canyon - and then marrying Juan Madariaga in 1844.
By 1846 Maria had found a small house in Monterey... She sold the four-thousand-acre Pescadero property for five hundred dollars - just twelve cents an acre. Sometime in 1860 she sold her Deep Canyon property ...
Maria lived her life in the house on the small lot in Monterey she named Casa Madariaga. Monterey's historic Casa Madariago - Maria del Carmen Garcia Barreto Madariaga's old home - is on Abrego Street between Church and Webster." 
Family F4940
 
8124 PARENT'S MARITAL STATUS:
Per Maria de Jesus Talamantes' baptism record, father is married to someone else, and Tomasa Talamantes is single 
Family F5909
 
8125 PARENTAGE
Baptism record states father as incognito. However, it is VERY PROBABLE that Juan Bautista ALVARADO is her father, as many books state such. I have not found any official documents stating this, however. 
CASTILLO, Nicolasa Ana Josefa Maria Concepcion (I14910)
 
8126 PARENTAGE
Baptism record states father unstated. However many sources believe the father to be Juan Bautista ALVARADO. 
CASTILLO, Maria Antonia de la Trinidad (I14912)
 
8127 PARENTAGE
Father unstated on baptism record. However as she was born on Mariano SOBERANES' Rancho de los Ojitos, it is VERY PROBABLE he is her father. I have not found any official documents stating such, however. 
CASTILLO, Fabiana del (I14914)
 
8128 PARENTAGE
Juana Alvarado was raised by her paternal grandfather Ygnacio Alvarado and his second wife, Luisa Avila, as stated in her marriage record. 
ALVARADO, Juana (I13795)
 
8129 PARENTAGE - FATHER DESCREPANCY
--T.W. Temple mission extracts baptism record lists father as Geronimo Higuera.
--Marriage record lists father as Demetrio Villa.
--Estevan's childrens' baptism records list their last names as either VILLA or URQUIDEZ. 
VILLA, Estevan Urquidez (I14638)
 
8130 PARENTAGE - MOTHER
This Manuela Avila is unsubstantiated, but most likely the mother of Jose Maria Alvarado.

-Isidoro's wife, Micaela Avila (sister to Manuela Avila) died two months prior to Jose Maria Alvarado's birth.
-The AVILA and ALVARADO families intermarried and had many legitimate and illegitimate children together. 
ALVARADO, Jose Maria (I13707)
 
8131 PARENTAGE - MOTHER
This Manuela Avila is unsubstantiated, but most likely the mother of these children.

-Manuela Avila is the sister to Isidoro Alvarado's deceased wife, Micaela.
-The AVILA and ALVARADO families intermarried and had many legitimate and illegitimate children together. 
Family F4547
 
8132 PARENTAGE OF CHILD - MARIA JOSEFA GABRIELA SILVAS
per the 1781 Rivera Expedition Member list;
1781 RIVERA EXPEDITION
Lugo, Maria Pascuala, 30; children: Gabriela Silvas, 24; Maria Silvas, 16; Bernarda Silvas, 7; Gertrudis, 2; Teodoro, 1.

- There is only a 6 year difference in ages between the mother [Maria Pascuala LUGO] and the daughter [Gabriela SILVAS].

QUESTIONS: Is this an age error on the list's author's part, or is Gabriela a step-daughter? 
Family F4097
 
8133 PARENTAGE OF CHILD - MARIA JOSEFA GABRIELA SILVAS
per the 1781 Rivera Expedition Member list;
1781 RIVERA EXPEDITION
Lugo, Maria Pascuala, 30; children: Gabriela Silvas, 24; Maria Silvas, 16; Bernarda Silvas, 7; Gertrudis, 2; Teodoro, 1.

- There is only a 6 year difference in ages between the mother [Maria Pascuala LUGO] and the daughter [Gabriela SILVAS].

QUESTIONS: Is this an age error on the list's author's part, or is Gabriela a step-daughter? 
SILVAS, Maria Josefa Gabriela (I12834)
 
8134 PARENTS
Madrina in Msn. San Miguel Bap., father is listed:
1321) Nov 30, 1806- MARIA ANDREA MORALES, de 1 dia nacida, h.l. de Francisco Morales, soldado de esta Escolta y natl. del Pueblo de Tapic, y de Maria Rosa Cazares, neofita dela Misn. de San Carlos;
el soldo. Juan Andres Morales y Juana de Dios Hernandez, hija legitima de Juan Antonio Hernandez, padrinos. Fr. Juan Martin
 
HERNANDEZ, Juana de Dios (I15378)
 
8135 PARENTS - are Manuel and Candelaria (Per decendent family member)  GRIJALVA, Salvador (I11483)
 
8136 PARENTS - Maria Antonia Sanchez, daughter of Ramon Sanchez and Maria Refugio Hernandez.

BIRTH DATE - per 1900 Census 
SANCHEZ, Maria Antonia (I16245)
 
8137 PARENTS DISCREPANCY FOR THIS BAPTISM RECORD:
*** THIS COUPLE MOST LIKELY THE CORRECT PARENTS ***
- Apolonio DOMINGUEZ y Maria Merced LOPEZ (T.W. Temple)
-- They were listed in Los Angeles 1836 census with two daughters.
-- They baptized FIVE children at Msn. San Gabriel in 1837-1844.

*** THIS COUPLE MOST LIKELY NOT THE CORRECT PARENTS ***
- Antonio DOMINGUEZ & Francisca VILLA (huntington.org)
-- They were NOT in the L.A. area at the time of Maria Ascencion's Baptism.
-- They baptized a child at Msn. La Purisima Concepcion on 1 Aug 1834.
-- They buried a child at Msn. Santa Ines on 7 Apr 1835.

 
DOMINGUEZ, Maria Ascencion de los Angeles (I16246)
 
8138 PARENTS LISTED:
- Madrina Msn. Sn. Fernando Rey Baptism; *2995) Aug 2 [1840]- ... Pads: ... y Calista Rondon, hija de Ygnacio Rondon ya dfto. y de Matilde Cota ...
 
RENDON, Calistra (I23166)
 
8139 PARENTS OF FRANK VALENCIA: Per descendent M. Romero Warren - 2014, taken from handwritten records at the Santa Barbara Genealogical Society Family F5613
 
8140 PARENTS OF GEORGE STEWART:
George Stewart (GS) (1766-1791) - Midshipman on HMAV Bounty
http://pandorawreckancestors.net/family-histories/george-stewart/

- He came from one of Orkney?s 'landed' families; his father was Alexander Stewart of Masseter and his mother Margaret Rican.
Masseter (Massater?) is an estate on South Ronaldsay. Father claimed descent from Mary Queen of Scots' half-brother Robert Stewart.
Apparently the family moved to Stromness while George was a boy; ostensibly to give George and his siblings better educational opportunities. George had at least five siblings, among them two brothers - Walter and Robert. 
Family F7312
 
8141 PARENTS OF JENNIE MADELINE ROMERO: Per descendent M. Romero Warren - 2014 Family F5594
 
8142 PARENTS OF LUISA JIMENEZ: Per findagrave Family F5817
 
8143 PARENTS OF MANUELA GARCIA FOXEN:
- Child #1 Manuela FOXEN (1860 census - age 6) is stated as the daughter of Guillermo William Benjamin Juan Jose Foxen and Dominga Garcia; San Ramon Chapel Pioneers, page 29

PARENTS OF JUAN ANTONIO GARCIA: [NOTE: Unsure which Dominga GARCIA is his mother- JSR]

FOXEN FATHER and GARCIA MOTHER:
A) Posted 16 Apr 2015 by clnjjens (ancestry.com)
The name Foxen is derived from the family descended from Benjamin Foxen, a founder of santa Barbera, who purportedly convinced freemont to bypass Gaviotta in the California Mexican War in 1846.
So the family lore goes, Juan's mother was a servant in the Foxen house and had three children by Foxen. Aparently Juan had red hair just like some of the other Foxen men adding fodder to the story.


B) Per descendent J. Lorenzana, 1 Jun 2016 (e-mail correspondence)
Juan Garcia was the result of A Foxen (Santa Inez area) and Dominga Garcia, a housemaid. He sired 3 children by Dominga. As a young man, he [Juan Garcia] ran away from the Foxen household and used the surname of his mother GARCIA. 
Family F7269
 
8144 PARENTS OF William SHOEMAKER, per descendent M.S. Lopez. Family F5219
 
8145 PARENTS' NAMES
Per Erminia F. Lugo's marriage record of 08 Mar 1923, Los Angeles County.

MOTHER'S NAME
Listed as Luz Cruz on Erminia's death certificate (certificate info provided by son) 
LUGO, Francisca Herminia "Minnie" (I15315)
 
8146 PARENTS: It has not been proven that Domingo Ruiz and Maria Josefa de Lugo were Jose Manuel Ruiz's parents. RUIZ, Jose Manuel (I09914)
 
8147 PARENTS: Midshipman, George Stewart, Midshipmen, Royal Navy vessel HMS Bounty and Peggy, a native Tahitian princess; George Stewart (GS) (1766-1791) Midshipman on HMAV Bounty. http://pandorawreckancestors.net/family-histories/george-stewart/

BIRTHPLACE:
- Matavai/Matavy Bay, Tahiti, French Polynesia AKA Otaheite;

A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD
By George Hamilton, Surgeon Of The Pandora

http://www.fatefulvoyage.com/pandora/pandoraIHamilton01.html#n000072

"This was more to be dreaded, as many of the prisoners were married to the most respectable chiefs' daughters in the district opposite to where we lay at anchor; in particular one, who took the name of Stewart, a man of great possession in landed property, near Matavy Bay: a gentleman of that name belonging to the Bounty having married his daughter, and he, as his friend and father-in law, agreeable to their custom, took his name."

MAP: Matavai Bay, Tahiti, French Polynesia - Northern coast
http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~246034~5514621:Harbours-of-Papieti,-Toanoa,-Papaoa

ETHNICITY: [Tahitian] India 
STEWART STUART, Maria Antonia de la Ascension "Little Peggy, Charlotte" (I14141)
 
8148 PARENTS: Per info on findagrave website HART, Sarah "Sally" (I20472)
 
8149 PATERNAL GRANDPARENTS MENTIONED:
Phase I of Southern California Edison's Proposed Electric Transmission Line Between Goleta and Gaviota:
Environmental Impact Statement, 1990

https://books.google.com/books?id=1602AQAAMAAJ&q=Phase+I+of+Southern+California+Edison%27s+Proposed+Electric+Transmission+Line+Between+Goleta+and+Gaviota:+Nicomedes%27s+paternal+grandmother&dq=Phase+I+of+Southern+California+Edison%27s+Proposed+Electric+Transmission+Line+Between+Goleta+and+Gaviota:+Nicomedes%27s+paternal+grandmother&hl=en&sa=X&ei=HG_FVJTXMsjcoATgoIFA&ved=0CB8Q6AEwAA

"Nicomedes's paternal grandmother, Liboria Josefa, had been baptized at Mission La Purisma in 1793 from the village of Ngmgig (i.e., 'Qngmyg). Her mother was apparently a woman named Victoriana, also from Gaviota, who was baptized the following year.
Liboria Josefa transferred to Mission Santa Inés with her mother and husband after the latter mission was founded in 1804" 
INDIO LIBERADO, Nicomedes (I19127)
 
8150 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I02332)
 

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