Marin County Genealogy

1860 Marin County Census - San Antonio Township

Hosted by permission of Cathy Gowdy of the Marin County Genealogical Society.

1860 Marin County, California - San Antonio Township Census Records

copied by Cathy Gowdy ~ prepared for the web by Jana Black

San Antonio Twp., P.O. Petaluma taken June 1 by John J. Rogers

Page 705

Dwelling - houses numbered in the order of visitation

Families numbered in the order of visitation

The name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the first day of June, 1860, was in this family

 

Description

 

Profession, Occupation or Trade of each person, male and female, over 15 years of age Value of Estate Owned

Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory or Country

Married within the year

Attended school within the year

Persons over 20 years of age who cannot read & write

Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper or convict

Age Sex Color: White, black or mulatto Value of Real Estate

Value of Personal Estate

1 1 JOHN J. ROGERS 33 m   teacher of com school -- 500 Missouri        
    Sarah A. 19 f         Missouri        
    Samuel L. 3 m         Cal        
2 2 N. KNUAKOLDS (?) 44 m   stockraiser -- 3000 Va        
    Sarah A. 32 f         Tenn        
    Clark M. 12 m         Mo   x    
    N. H. 10 m         Mo   x    
    Holt 8 m         Cal   x    
    Frederick 4 m         Cal        
    Mary V. 6 f         Cal.   x    
    William 2 m         Cal.        
    Geo. R. 3/12 m         Cal.        
3 3 S. J. TANT 29 m   laborer & dairyman -- 250 NC        
    ARMSTEAD GOATLEY 31 m   laborer & dairyman -- 1500 Ky        
    SETH STAPLES 22 m   laborer     Me        
    CARL GRIBBOHM 45 m   laborer     Holstein        
4 4 H. DAHLMAN 37 m   dairyman 4000 1000 Prussia        
    Wilhemini 26 f         Germany        
    Mary 2 f         Cal        
    Augusta 1 f         Cal        
5 5 D. L. SMITH 55 m   farmer 3000 1170 Conn        
    Julia A. 50 f         NY        
    R. R. 27 m   laborer     NY        
    Isabella L. 23 f         NJ        
    Julia L. 20 f         NJ        
    Sydney D. 19 m   sailor     NY        
    Reiley G. 16 m         NY   x    
    Charles C. 13 m         NY   x    
    Elizabeth E. 11 f         NY   x    
    PATRICK GALLIGER 26 m   laborer -- 45 Ireland        
6   house unoccupied                      
7 6 J. H. CROSS 40 m   carpenter 500 -- VT        
    W. G. DONALDSON 32 m   teamster     Me        
    H. F. FELTON 20 m   teacher of com school     VT        
8 7 A. WARD 43 m   farmer 2588 2000 England        
    Naoma 42 f         England        
    James 18 m   laborer     Mo   x    
    Hannah M. 14 f         Cal   x    
    John 9 m         Cal   x    
    Abraham 7 m         Cal   x    
    Ann E. 5 f         Cal   x    
    B. F. 3 m         Cal        
    infant 3/12 m         Cal        

Page 706

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Families numbered in the order of visitation

The name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the first day of June, 1860, was in this family

 

Description

 

Profession, Occupation or Trade of each person, male and female, over 15 years of age Value of Estate Owned

Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory or Country

Married within the year

Attended school within the year

Persons over 20 years of age who cannot read & write

Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper or convict

Age Sex Color: White, black or mulatto Value of Real Estate

Value of Personal Estate

9 8 PORTER WARD 39 m   farmer 1816 1500 England        
    Ellen E. 12 f         Mo   x    
    William 10 m         Mo   x    
10 9 JIRAH LUCE 42 m   farmer 1500 1000 Mass        
    Mary 41 f         Mass        
    Jirah 17 m         Mass        
    M. Y. 11 m         Mass   x    
    A. S. 7 m         Mass   x    
11 10 JACOB LEONARD 27 m   brick layer -- 50 Va        
    HENRY SWORD 32 m   laborer -- 50 Ky        
    JEHU BOWLIN 25 m   laborer     England        
    JOSIAH SHARP 35 m   laborer -- 100 Ky        
12 11 C. CHRISTENSON 36 m   dairyman 600 680 Denmark        
    Anna C. 37 f         Denmark        
    THOMAS PETERSON 30 m   laborer     Denmark x      
    Mary 22 f         Denmark        
13 12 SAMUEL LEWIS 62 m   dairyman 2500 5000 Mo        
    William A. 30 m   dairyman 2500 5000 Md        
    ISHAM HAMMOND 21 m   cheesemaker     NY        
    ALEXANDER BLACKWELL 33 m   laborer     Va        
    JAMES ECCLESTON 29 m   laborer -- 300 Ohio        
    N. CROWLEY 30 m   laborer 200 5000 NY        
    W. SPAULDING 27 m   laborer     NY        
14 13 JOSEPH WALLACE 30 m   tinner 800 235 Scotland        
    Ellen 30 f         Scotland        
    William 9 m         Mass        
    Ellen 5 f         Cal        
    Robert 3 m         Cal        
    Margaret 1 f         Cal        
    ELLEN RANKIN 50 f         Scotland        
    DENNIS BROWN 30 m   laborer     Ireland        
15 14 A. T. WILSON 40 m   farmer 40,000 12,000 NY        
    Charlotte 30 f         NY        
    C. L. ADAMS 14 m         NY   x    
    MARY HENDERSON 14 f         Austrilia        
    R. KIRTLAND 28 m   laborer -- 500 on sea        
    PATRO SALLIS 26 m m laborer -- 500 Mexico        
    A. NUSEHEM 24 m   laborer     Va        

page 707

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Families numbered in the order of visitation

The name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the first day of June, 1860, was in this family

 

Description

 

Profession, Occupation or Trade of each person, male and female, over 15 years of age Value of Estate Owned

Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory or Country

Married within the year

Attended school within the year

Persons over 20 years of age who cannot read & write

Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper or convict

Age Sex Color: White, black or mulatto Value of Real Estate

Value of Personal Estate

16 15 LAURICE ADAMS 47 f   housekeeper -- 1700 NY        
    Mary 22 f         NY        
    Allen 11 m         NY        
17 16 ROBERT TORRENCE 41 m   tin smith 2000 1000 Scotland        
    ROBERT DOUGLASS 22 m   stage driver     Scotland        
18 17 AARON BRADLEY 28 m   dairyman 1150 1500 Ky x      
    Louisa J. 15 f         Mo x x    
    John 31 m   dairyman 125 680 Ky        
    ZACARY MORTON 13 m         Mo   x    
19 18 WILLIAM BERRY 21 m   laborer -- 60 England        
20 19 THOMAS MARTIN 45 m m laborer 200 50 Cal        
    Handro 14 m m       Cal        
    Grose 4 f m       Cal        
    Levesa 2 f, m       Cal        
21 20 THOMAS PALAN 30 m m laborer -- 50 Mexico        
    Victoria 22 f m       Cal.     x  
    Joaquin 2 m m       Cal        
    Manuel 9/12 m m       Cal        
    FRANCISCO MIRANDA 35 m m       Cal     x  
22 21 JUAN BORJOQUES 40 m m laborer -- 100 Cal.        
    Lorette 35 f m             x  
     Joseph 12 m m       Cal.   x    
    Juan 10 m m       Cal.   x    
    Botolema 8 m m       Cal   x    
    Belisria 7 m m       Cal   x    
    Columbia 9 f m       Cal        
    Pancho 3 m m       Cal        
23 22 JOSEPH SILVERS 30 m m grocery keeper 120 100 Cal     x  
    Augustina 24 f m       Cal.     x  
    Juan 5 m m       Cal        
24 23 BORTOLEMA BORJOQUES 100 m m farmer 1000 300 Cal     x  
    Nicholas 100 f (sic) m             x  
    Vetro 16 m m       Cal.        
25 24 HENRY HOWE 40 m   farmer -- 500 NY        
    Mary 29 f m       Cal.     x  
    Mary 11 f m       Cal        
    Elizabeth 9 f m       Cal        
    Henry 7 m m       Cal        
    Frank 5 m m       Cal        

Page 708, taken June 2

Dwelling - houses numbered in the order of visitation

Families numbered in the order of visitation

The name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the first day of June, 1860, was in this family

 

Description

 

Profession, Occupation or Trade of each person, male and female, over 15 years of age Value of Estate Owned

Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory or Country

Married within the year

Attended school within the year

Persons over 20 years of age who cannot read & write

Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper or convict

Age Sex Color: White, black or mulatto Value of Real Estate Value of Personal Estate
    Charles 3 m m       Cal        
    Edward 4/12 m m       Cal        
    WILLIAM STREETON (?) 45 m   saddler -- 200 Scotland        
26 25 PATRO BORJOQUES 36 m m grocery keeper 500 300 Cal        
    Ann 14 f m       Cal.   x    
27 26 JOSE SALLASAR 40 m m farmer 100 -- Cal.     x  
    Mary A. 30 f m       Cal.     x  
    Mary A. 10 f m       Cal.        
    Magill 8 m m       Cal.        
    John 6 m m       Cal.        
    Joanna 4 f m       Cal.        
28 27 MATHEW MANSON 31 m   dairyman -- 70 Scotland        
29 28 S. M. WALKER 36 m   farmer & stockraiser 5000 5000 NY        
    Jane 30 f         NY        
    JOHN ADAMS 20 m   farm hand     NY        
    WILLIAM RICHARDSON 20 m   farm hand -- 300 Iowa        
30 29 ANGLE BORJOQUES 45 m m farmer 5000 800 Cal.     x  
     C. E. 43 f m       Cal.     x  
    Rafael 24 m m laborer -- 200 Cal.     x x
    Lorenzo 22 m m laborer     Cal     x  
    Enasua 16 m m laborer     Cal.        
    Ecero 14 m m laborer     Cal.        
    Donecia 15 f m       Cal.        
    Martine 10 f m       Cal.        
    SEMONA TALAMANTUS 22 f m       Cal.     x  
31 30 JOHONEBA BEJARANO 29 m m laborer     Peru        
32 31 AREANA GODOY 29 m m laborer     Chili        
    Walupa 24 f m       Cal.     x  
    Domingo 5 m m       Cal.        
    Lorasa 4 m m       Cal.        
    Kenofaba 2 f m       Cal.        
    GRAVAL BERESE 10 m m       Cal.        
    Adelia Berese 8 f m       Cal.        
    Joanna Berese 3 f m       Cal.        
33 32 JOANNA BORJOQUES 55 f m   -- 100 Cal     x  
    Francisco 18 f m       Cal     x  
    Enassi 12 m m       Cal.        
    Stephen 14 m m       Cal.        
34 33 JOSE WILLIAMS 27 m m farmer 200 500 Cal.     x  
    Laura 24 f m       Cal     x  

page 709 .

Dwelling - houses numbered in the order of visitation

Families numbered in the order of visitation

The name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the first day of June, 1860, was in this family

 

Description

 

Profession, Occupation or Trade of each person, male and female, over 15 years of age Value of Estate Owned

Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory or Country

Married within the year

Attended school within the year

Persons over 20 years of age who cannot read & write

Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper or convict

Age Sex Color: White, black or mulatto Value of Real Estate

Value of Personal Estate

    Paromeno 5 m m       Cal        
    Francisco 3 m m       Cal.        
    Mattea 2 f m       Cal        
    Caous 8/12 f m       Cal.        
35 34 ANTONIO TALAMANTUS 31 m m farmer 500 900 Cal        
    Wetholupe 18 f m       Cal.        
    Thomas 1 m m       Cal.        
36 35 JOSE TALAMANTUS 29 m m farmer 200 500 Cal.        
    PANCHO EYERO 17 m m       Cal.        
    Enassua Eyero 12 m m       Cal.        
37 36 SEBASTEN BORJOQUES 25 m m farmer     Cal.     x  
    Bilensa 24 f m       Cal.     x  
    Gravela 5 f m       Cal.        
    Permalia 3 f m       Cal.        
    Sale 2 f m       Cal        
38 37 P? L. LEPLANT 25 m   laborer     Canada        
    CHARLES ROBERTS 26 m   carpenter 300 400 Ohio        
    Elizabeth 22 f         Ky        
    Emma 4 f         Cal.        
    Oliver 2 m         Cal.        
39 38 MORTIMER HOPKINS 40 m   farmer 2000 770 NY        
    Sophia P. 36 f         NY        
    Lou J. 11 f         NY x      
    Morris H. 3 m         Cal        
40 39 ROBERT DOBBS 23 m   farmer -- 100 England        
41 40 JOSE M. PARRIS 26 m   farmhand -- 420 Chili        
42 41 W. F. RAMSEY 39 m   dairyman 1000 2500 Scotland        
    Jenette 35 f         NY        
    W. W. 10 m         NY   x    
    Robert 3 m         Cal.        
    Fanny 10/12 f         Cal        
    DANIEL SMITH 20 m   laborer     NY        
43 42 ELISHA LIGHT 34 m   dairyman 800 2500 NY        
    Emily 28 f         NY        
    Frances 6 f         Cal.   x    
    Wm. 4 m         Cal.        
    Jenette 2 f         Cal.        
    DANIEL FRAZER 21 m   laborer     NY        
44 43 GEORGE GREIG 33 m   farmer 1700 765 Scotland        
    Isabella 25 f         Scotland        

page 710, taken June 4

Dwelling - houses numbered in the order of visitation

Families numbered in the order of visitation

The name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the first day of June, 1860, was in this family

 

Description

 

Profession, Occupation or Trade of each person, male and female, over 15 years of age Value of Estate Owned

Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory or Country

Married within the year

Attended school within the year

Persons over 20 years of age who cannot read & write

Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper or convict

Age Sex Color: White, black or mulatto Value of Real Estate

Value of Personal Estate

    Thomas 4 m         Cal.        
    Ellen 2 f         Cal.        
    Catherine 8/12 f         Cal.        
    FRANK KEMBERLEE 35 m   laborer -- 75 Conn.        
    ADAM GILCHRIST 19 m   laborer     Scotland        
45 44 JAMES GILCHRIST 48 m   laborer     Scotland        
    Margaret 50 f         Scotland        
    Genette 17 f         Scotland        
46 45 CHARLES MARTIN 30 m   farmer 3600 3000 Switzerland        
    GULE MORETTI 39 m   laborer     Switzerland        
    JOHN CHIDER 38 m laborer       Switzerland        
    JOSEPH FEURRE 35 m laborer       Switzerland        
47 46 BURNETTE MORRIS 33 m laborer   40 -- Switzerland        
48 47 WM. BROWN 33 m farmer   1200 4360 Ohio        
    Sarah 22 f         Mo        
    Sarah E. 8 f         Mo.        
    Margaret A. 5 f         Cal        
    St. Charles 3 m         Cal.        
    Mary J. 1 f         Cal.        
    JOHN COWEN 40 m   laborer     Scotland        
49 48 WM. ROBISON 32 m   farmer 600 1000 Scotland        
    Jenette 27 f         Scotland        
    Jenette 1 f         Cal.        
    WM. FORD 34 m   carpenter     Scotland        
50 49 S. H. VESSER 24 m   farmer -- 290 Mo.        
    Lydia M. 16 f         Iowa        
    B. R. 1 m         Cal.        
51   house unoccupied                      
52 50 JOSIAH ERRINGTON 39 m   farmer 4000 3500 England        
    JOHN JACONINI 21 m   laborer -- 400 Switzerland        
    ANDREW MADELIN 19 m   laborer -- 100 Switzerland        
53 51 JAMES ARCHIBALD 38 m   farmer 2000 3000 Scotland        
    LEWIS PEDREGGINI 18 m   laborer -- 200 Switzerland        
    SAMUEL FUAKER 35 m   laborer -- 100 NY        
54 52 BENJ. VESSER 50 m   farmer 2000 3000 Ky        
    Rachael 48 f         Tenn.     x  
    James 20 m   laborer     Mo     x  
    Wm. 18 m         Mo        
    Nicholas 16 m         Iowa        
    Jenet 13 m (sic)         Mo        

page 711

Dwelling - houses numbered in the order of visitation

Families numbered in the order of visitation

The name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the first day of June, 1860, was in this family

 

Description

 

Profession, Occupation or Trade of each person, male and female, over 15 years of age Value of Estate Owned

Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory or Country

Married within the year

Attended school within the year

Persons over 20 years of age who cannot read & write

Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper or convict

Age Sex Color: White, black or mulatto Value of Real Estate Value of Personal Estate
    Andrew 10 m         Mo.        
    Nancy 8 f         Mo.        
    Ritty A. J. 5 f         Cal.        
55 53 JEREMIAH BUCKLEY 27 m   dairyman -- 600 NY        
    Hellen 25 f         Ireland        
    Margaret C. 3 f         Cal.        
    Mary 1 f         Cal.        
    GEORGE OLTMAN 30 m   laborer -- 300 NY        
    JOHN BARRAN 22 m   laborer -- 100 Ireland        
56 54 F. H. ESTY 32 m   dairyman   500 Mass.        
    C. S. 30 m   dairyman -- 500 Mass        
57 55 JOSHUA BRACKET 38 m   dairyman 6600 6655 N.H.        
    SEYMORE STEADMAN 21 m   laborer -- 300 VT        
58 56 HARVEY STANLY 48 m   dairyman 2500 7683 VT        
    Harriet 38 f         NY        
    Harriet 17 f         Ill.   x    
    Kate 7 f         Iowa   x    
    Martha C. 5 f         Cal.   x    
    Alice M. 3 f         Cal        
    Walter C. 1 m         Cal.        
    NATHAN DANIELS 28 m   laborer -- 360 Mo.        
    WM. TRAXLER 35 m   laborer     NY        
    FREDERICK ---- 27 m   laborer     NY        
    MARIAH MEECHEM 23 f   teacher of com school     NY        
59 57 JOHN M. BROWN 31 m   dairyman 17620 8568 Ohio        
    Samuel 30 m   dairyman 17620 8568 Ohio        
    Samuel 63 m   money broker 2000 14000 Penn        
    Mary 60 f         Penn.        
60 58 W. K? DAVIS 45 m   dairyman -- 75 Va.        
    Sarah 37 f         Ohio        
    P. E. 17 m         Ohio        
    M. F. 16           Ohio        
    Manerva 13 f         Ohio        
    Julia 11 f         Ohio        
    Samuel 9 m         Ohio       x [1]
    Wm. 6 m         Ohio        
    Sarah 6 m (sic)         Ohio        
    Ida 3 f         Ohio        
    FRANK EMERSON 18 m   laborer     Mo        
61 59 PAUL MORSSHY 32 m   laborer -- 500 Ireland        

[1] Note at bottom of census page: the above Samuel Davis received his infirmity by sickness at the age of 3 years.

page 712, taken June 17th

Dwelling - houses numbered in the order of visitation

Families numbered in the order of visitation

The name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the first day of June, 1860, was in this family

 

Description

 

Profession, Occupation or Trade of each person, male and female, over 15 years of age Value of Estate Owned

Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory or Country

Married within the year

Attended school within the year

Persons over 20 years of age who cannot read & write

Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper or convict

Age Sex Color: White, black or mulatto Value of Real Estate Value of Personal Estate
62 60 WM. JONES 23 m   dairyman -- 2000 Tenn x      
    Rebecca A. 16 f         Ia. x      
    THOMAS CASEY 23 m   laborer -- 350 Ireland     x  
    JOHN McMURRAY 26 m   laborer     Ireland        
63 61 JOHN HARTNEY 33 m   laborer     Ireland        
64 62 PETER FRENCH 45 m   laborer     France        
    LOUIS ---- 34 m   laborer     France        
65 63 CHARLES ---- 40 m   laborer     France        
    unknown   m   laborer     France        
    unknown   m   laborer     France        
66 64 T. W. WOODS 34 m   money broker -- 5000 NY        
    Indian 25 m Indian laborer     Cal.        
    Indian 18 f Indian laborer     Cal.        
    Indian 25 f Indian laborer     Cal.        
67 65 SIMON 35 m   laborer -- 600 NY        
    JOHN HODGE 35 m   laborer     Switzerland        
    ROBERT ---- 25 m   laborer     Texas        
    C. R. CASEY 52 m   laborer     N.C.        
68 66 W. ONEAL 50 m   money broker -- 1000 England        
    Washington 26 m   laborer     England        
    William 20 m   laborer     England        
    Eliza 46 f         England        
    Eliza 15 f         Cal.        
    Mary 10 f         Cal.        
69 67 WILLIAM DAMPIER 36 m   dairyman -- 860 France        
    Julia 36 f         VT        
    E. H. A. 11 f         Canada East        
70 68 OSRO CLIFT 37 m   laborer -- 933 NY        
71 69 MICHAEL DOND (Doud? 26 m   farmer -- 537 Ireland        
    Matild 25 f         Ireland        
    Michael 3 m         Cal.        
    Anna 1 f         Cal.        
    infant 1/12 f         Cal.        
    JAMES JENNINGS 22 m   laborer     Ireland        
72 70 CHRISTIAN SCHAKER (?) 27 m   laborer 600 200 Ireland        
    JOHN ROWE 17 m   laborer -- 40 Ill.     x  
73 71 HARMON SHERHOLD 32 m   laborer 1720 1500 Germany        
    JOHN MYRES 36 m   laborer 400 200 Germany        
    BORES JOSE 22 m Indian laborer     Cal.     x  
    Liges Jose 22 m Indian laborer     Cal.     x  

Page 734, taken June 23

Dwelling - houses numbered in the order of visitation

Families numbered in the order of visitation

The name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the first day of June, 1860, was in this family

 

Description

 

Profession, Occupation or Trade of each person, male and female, over 15 years of age Value of Estate Owned

Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory or Country

Married within the year

Attended school within the year

Persons over 20 years of age who cannot read & write

Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper or convict

Age Sex Color: White, black or mulatto Value of Real Estate Value of Personal Estate
263-246   HENRY DECKER 40 m   dairyman 1500 1800 NY        
    Margaret 40 f         Ireland        
    BURNETTE MURTHA 19 m   laborer     NY        

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