Manuel Dominguez (1804–1882), born at the Mission San Juan Capistrano in Alta California, Viceroyalty of New Spain, and was the heir to the vast Rancho San Pedro land grant.
Other articles related to "manuel, manuel dominguez, dominguez":
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... Luis Gonzaga Policarpo Manuel Antonio Fernando Dominguez Y Reyes was married to María Engracia De Cota Y Nieto, daughter of Rancho Los Cerritos owner Guillermo Cota ... Upon Manuel Domínguez's death in 1882, and the passing of his wife one year later, the Rancho San Pedro lands were partitioned among his six surviving ... Watson Watson Land Company Maria Victoria Dominguez 1842–1916 George Cady Carson Carson, California Maria Susana Delfina Dominguez 1844–1931 Gregorio Del Amo y Gonzalez Del Amo ...
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