Santa Clara County Genealogy

Place Names
in Santa Clara County
(populated places)


USGS Place Names

City and Towns
Incorporated Unincorporated
Campbell
Cupertino
Gilroy
Los Altos
Los Altos Hills
Los Gatos
Milpitas
Monte Sereno
Morgan Hill
Mountain View
Palo Alto (offsite)
San Jose
Santa Clara
Saratoga
Sunnyvale
Alviso
Agnew
Buena Vista
Burbank
East Foothills
Fruitdale
Lexington Hills
Loyola
San Martin
Seven Trees
Stanford
Sunol-Midtown


Adobe Wells Mobile Home Park—  (372406N  1215925W) [2]
Agnew/Agnew's—a San Jose neighborhood.  (37.394N -121.958W)  [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Alamitos—  (37°15'2"N 121°51'58"W) [6]
Aldercroft Heights—see also Lexington Hills. (37°9'39"N 121°58'4"W) [1] [2] [4] [6]
Alma (historical)—began with the building of the Forest House Hotel in 1862 by Lysander Collins. It was covered with water after the building of the Lexington Reservoir in 1952. [2] [3] [17]
Alma—a San Jose neighborhood. See also Washington Area. [4]
Almaden—a San Jose neighborhood. [2] [3] [5]
Almaden Valley—a San Jose neighborhood. [1] [4]
Alta Mesa— (37°23'56"N 122°8'1"W) [2] [6]
Alum Rock—formerly a separate town, now a San Jose neighborhood. (37°21'58"N 121°49'34"W) [1] [2] [4] [6]
Alviso—was incorporated in 1852 and annexed by San Jose in 1968. See also New Chicago. (37.426N -121.974W) [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [11]
Ashrama— (37°18'26"N 121°28'7"W) [2] [6]
Austin— (371433N  1215950W) [2]
Bank Mills—an early name for Saratoga. [3] [19]
Barron Park—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [4] [14]
Bell Station/Bell's Station—first structure built in 1857. A post office was added in 1873. Located in Pacheco Pass. [3] [4]
Berryessa—a San Jose neighborhood. (37°23'11"N 121°51'34"W) [1] [2] [3] [4] [6]
Betabel (historical)— (365351N  1213344W) [2]
Bethlehem—  [3]
Blackford—a San Jose neighborhood.  [5]
Blossom Valley—a San Jose neighborhood. [1] [4]
Blue Hills— (37°17'17"N 122°1'52"W) [2] [6]
Brookwood Terrace—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Buena Vista—an unincorporated area. Also a San Jose neighborhood(?). (37.321226, -121.916311) [1] [2] [4]
Burbank—partially unincorporated, partially incorporated by San Jose. (37.320521N, -121.931591W) [1] [2] [4] [5] [6]
Burnett[3]
Cahill Park—a San Jose neighborhood. [15]
Cambrian Park/Cambrian Village—formerly a separate town, now a San Jose neighborhood. (37°15'25"N 121°55'47"W) [1] [2] [4] [6]
Campbell—an incorporated area. Also known as "The Orchard City." See also Rancho Quito. (37.283909, -121.955026)  [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Campbell's Gap—area on the Arroyo Quito (now Saratoga Creek) about two miles west of the present day Saratoga Village. [7]
Cannons Resort (historical)— (370944N  1215002W) [2]
Cape Cod Village Mobile Home Park— (372403N  1220110W) [2]
Carnadero— (36°58'35"N 121°32'32"W) [2] [6]
Casa Amigo Mobile Home Park— (372418N  1215955W  ) [2]
Casa de Lago Mobile Home Estates— (372352N  1215418W) [2]
Castro City— (37°24'9"N 122°6'9"W) [2] [6]
Champagne Fountain— (37°16'33"N 122°0'27"W) [2] [6]
Charleston Gardens—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Charleston Meadows—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Chemeketa Park—see also Lexington Hills. (37°9'45"N 121°58'47"W) [1] [2] [4] [6]
Chinatown (historical)— (372002N  1215321W) [2]
Clarks Landing (historical)— (372756N  1220650W) [2]
Cliffside (historical)— [2]
College Park— (37°20'32"N 121°53'55"W) [2] [3] [6]
College Terrace—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [2] [4] [14]
Congress Junction (historical)— [2]
Corporal— (36°55'47"N 121°32'49"W) [2] [6]
Cottage Grove—an area near Alma and Plum Streets in an industrial area of San Jose. [8]
Cottage Grove-Pomona—a San Jose neighborhood. See also Washington Area. [4]
Coyote—a San Jose neighborhood. (37.216N -121.739W) [4] [5] [6]
Coyote Valley—a San Jose neighborhood. [1]
Crescent Park—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [4] [14]
Crossroads—an early name for Cupertino. [12]
Cupertino—begun at the crossroads of Saratoga-Sunnyvale Road (now DeAnza Boulevard) and Stevens Creek Road. It was first known as West Side, but by 1898, the post office at the Crossroads needed a new name to distinguish it from other similarly named towns. It was incorporated in 1955. The city is named after Arroyo San Giuseppe da Cupertino (now Stevens Creek), which was itself named after Saint  Joseph of Cupertino. See also Rancho Quito. (37.317492, -122.041949)  [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [12]
De Forest/Deforest— [3]
Del Monte—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Delmas Park—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Durney (historical)— [2]
Duveneck-St. Francis—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [4] [14]
East Foothills—an unincorporated area, also a San Jose neighborhood(?). Sometimes referred to East San Jose (37.383989, -121.822396) [1] [2]
East San Jose—see East Foothills.
East Valley—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Eden—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Eden Vale/Edenvale—a San Jose neighborhood. (37°15'54"N 121°49'1"W) [2] [3] [4] [6]
El Dorado Mobile Home Park(372358N  1220034W) [2]
Embarcardero Oaks—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Encinal—pre-1901 name for Sunnyvale, see also Murphy. The name means "a place where oak trees grow." [1] [9]
English Town(37°10'46"N 121°50'17"W) [2] [6]
Escondido Village(372535N  1220915W) [2]
Esther Clark Park—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Evergreen—a San Jose neighborhood. (37°18'35"N 121°46'57"W) [1] [2] [3] [4] [6]
Evergreen Park—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [4] [14]
Fairmeadow—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Fairoaks Mobile Home Park(372340N  1220050W) [2]
Fellmoth Ranch (historical)(371851N  1212534W) [2]
Forbes Mill (historical)(371336N   1215825W) [2]
Forbestown (historical)(371336N   1215825W) [2]
Fox Hollow Mobile Home Park(372421N  1220026W) [2]
Frohm[3]
Fruitdale—an unincorporated area.  (37.312743, -121.935837) [1] [2]
Garcia Avenue Mobile Home Park(372233N  1220107W) [2]
Garden Alameda—a San Jose neighborhood. [15]
Garden City Trailer Court(372203N  1215332W) [2]
Garden Court Mobile Home Village(372255N  1215725W) [2]
Garden Gate—a Cupertino neighborhood. [1]
Gateway East—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Gilroy—an incorporated area. Also known as the "Garlic Capital of the World."  (37.012048, -121.580080)   [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Gilroy Hot Springs[3]
Golden Wheeler Mobile Home Park(372228N  1215327W) [2]
Goodyear/Mastic—a San Jose neighborhood. See also Washington Area. [4]
Greater Gardner—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Greater Miranda—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Greenacres/Green Acres—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [4] [14]
Greenmeadow—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Greystone (historical)(371317N  1215045W) [2]
Guadalupe (historical)—a San Jose neighborhood. See also Washington Area. (371242N  1215420W) [2] [4]
Gubersville (historical)[2] [3]
Hanchett Park—a San Jose neighborhood. [4] [15]
Heinlenville (historical)—from 1887 to 1930s. It was located near current Japantown in San Jose. (372106N  1215338W) [2] [16]
Hensley—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Hillcrest—a Milpitas neighborhood. [1]
Hillsdale[3]
Hoffman—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Holiday Lake Estates—a Morgan Hill neighborhood. [4]
Holy City—established in 1919 by "Father" William E. Riker. See also Lexington Hills. (37.156N -121.977W) [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [20]
Horace Mann—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Idylwild—  [4]
Isobel Valley—was another large valley behind Mt. Hamilton reached via Kincade Road off Mt. Hamilton Road. (My ggf had a horse ranch there and they reached it by horse to Smith Creek, then up a few miles to Kincade Road.-Carolyn Feroben)
Jackson-Taylor—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Japantown—a San Jose neighborhood. [1] [4]
King and Story—a San Jose neighborhood. [1]
Johnsville Mobile Home Park— (372431N  1215345W) [2]
Jordan Ranch— (372049N  1212855W) [2]
Kendal Dell (historical)—  [2]
Kensington—an early name for Willowglen. [3] [21]
K.O.N.A.—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Kuhn Ranch(371814N  1214413W) [2]
La Brea[3]
Laguna Seca[3]
Lakewood Village—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Lamplighter Mobile Home Park(372500N  1215743W) [2]
Lawrence— (37°22'12"N 121°59'41"W) [2] [3] [6]
Leland Manor—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Lexington (historical)— first surveyed in 1858 by John Pennel Henning and Santa Clara County Surveyor Lucien B. Healy. Was named after Lexington, Missouri. It was covered with water after the building of the Lexington Reservoir in 1952. (371147N  1215914W) [2] [3] [17]
Lexington Hills—unincorporated area comprising several small communities, including Redwood Estates, Holy City, Chemeketa Park and Aldercroft Heights. (37.157695, -121.984013) [1] [2]
Lick— (37°17'14"N 121°50'41"W) [2] [6]
Little Portugal—a San Jose neighborhood. [1]
Llagas[3]
Lonoke— (37°1'33"N 121°34'37"W) [2] [6]
Los Altos—an incorporated area. (37.36819, -122.097511) [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Los Altos Hills—an incorporated area. (37.371390, -122.137605) [1] [2] [5] [6]
Los Gatos—an incorporated area. The name of the city is Spanish, meaning the cats. The name derives from the Spanish land-grant that encompassed the area, which was called La Rinconada de Los Gatos, ("the corner of the cats").  (37.236044, -121.961768) [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Los Gatos Trailer Park— (371343N  1215832W) [2]
Los Huecos Ranch— (371218N  1213611W) [2]
Loyola—an unincorporated area. (37.351391, -122.100526) [1] [2]
Loyola Corners— (37°21'8"N 122°5'6"W) [2] [6]
Luther (historical)— [2]
Madrone(37.150N -121.67W) [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Madrone Soda Springs (historical)(370957N  1213044W) [2] [3]
Market—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Martys Ranch(372140N  1213435W) [2]
Mary Manor Mobile Estates(372304N  1220244W) [2]
Maybury (historical)— [2]
Mayfair—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Mayfield—this township was formed in 1855, in what is now south Palo Alto. In 1925, Palo Alto annexed this town.  [1] [2] [3]
McCartysville—see Tollgate.
McCarthysville— [3]
McGlaughlin—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Meadowpark—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Meridian— (37°19'23"N 121°58'7"W ) [2] [6]
Meridian Corners— (371923N  1215807W) [2]
Mexican Camp— (371027N  1215031W  ) [2]
Mew Almaden —see New Almaden[3]
Midtown—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Milford Village—a Milpitas neighborhood. [1]
Miller— (36°57'26"N 121°32'37"W) [2] [6]
Milpitas—incorporated in 1955. The city's name is a Nahuatl-derived dimunitive Spanish word for "little cornfields." The name was originally given to a  rancho. (37.434586, -121.895059) [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Milpitas Mobile Home Park— (372720N  1215444W) [2]
Mission San Jose— [3]
Mobiland Manor Mobile Home Park— (372335N  1220040W) [2]
Mobile Parks West Mobile Home Park— (372454N  1215632W) [2]
Mobilodge of Milpitas— (372711N  1215441W) [2]
Moffett Field—  [3]
Moffett Trailer Village— (372343N  1220117W) [2]
Monroe Park—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Monta Loma—a neighborhood in Mountain View bordered by San Antonio, Middlefield, Rengstorff, and Central Expressway.  [4] [13]
Monta Vista—a Cupertino neighborhood. (37°19'22"N 122°3'25"W) [1] [2] [4] [6]
Monte Sereno—an incorporated area. (37.238194, -121.989475)  [1] [2] [4] [5] [6]
Moreland (historical)— [2]
Morgan Hill—an incorporated area. (37.126795, -121.643166)  [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Mount Hamilton—a San Jose neighborhood. [3] [4]
Mount Hermon— (370304N  1220327W) [2]
Mount Pleasant—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Mountain Home— (370716N  1214741W) [2]
Mountain View—an incorporated area. (37.392640, -122.082023)  [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Mowry Camp— (372813N  1213407W) [2]
Murphy/Murphy Station—pre-1901 name for Sunnyvale, see also Encinal. The name is from one of the very first settlers and prominent men of the area, Martin Murphy, Jr.  [1] [9]
Naglee Park (historical)—a San Jose neighborhood developed in 1902. Named after Civil War Brig. General Henry Morris Naglee. (372016N  1215221W) [1] [2] [4] [10]
Neal— (37°24'49"N 122°8'34"W) [2] [6]
Nema (historical)— (365740N  1213300W) [2]
New Almaden—a San Jose neighborhood. (37.176N -121.819W) [2] [3] [4] [5]
New Almaden Station (historical)— (371203N  1214952W) [2]
New Camp— (372647N  1213746W) [2]
New Chicago—a name given to Alviso by local businessmen. [11]
New Frontier Mobile Home Park— (372406N  1220327W) [2]
North Valley—a San Jose neighborhood. [1]
Northside—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
O'Connor Ranch—  (370650N  1211859W) [2]
Oak Flat Ranch—  (371022N  1213348W) [2]
Ogier Ranch—  (372741N  1214048W) [2]
Old Camp—  (372817N  1213922W) [2]
Old Gilroy— (36°59'59"N 121°31'31"W) [2] [6]
Old Mountain View—a Mountain View neighborhood bordered by El Camino Real, Shoreline Boulevard, Evelyn Avenue and Highways 85/237. [4] [14]
Old Palo Alto—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Olinder—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Pacific Congress Springs (historical)—  (371550N  1220119W) [2]
Palo Alto—an incorporated area. (37.429289, -122.138162)  [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Palo Alto Hills—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [4] [14]
Palo Alto Orchards—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Palo Verde—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [4] [14]
Paradise Valley—  [4]
Park Pleasant—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Parkmoor— (371916N  1215547W) [2]
Parktown—a Milpitas neighborhood. [1]
Parman Ranch— (372856N  1213129W) [2]
Patchen/Patchin (historical)—first settled by Charles Henry "Mountain Charley" McKiernan in 1850.  [2] [3] [22]
Patton Ranch—  (372528N  1213820W) [2]
Peckham Ranch—  (371009N  1215211W) [2]
Perry—  (37°11'1"N 121°42'19"W) [2] [6]
Pescadero— (371518N  1222249W) [2]
Pierce Mitchell Houses— (372517N  1221000W) [2]
Plantel (historical)— (365758N  1213151W) [2]
Plaza Chinatown—located in San Jose. Burned to the ground in 1887. [16]
Plaza del Rey Mobile Home Park— (372404N  1215959W) [2]
Pomar (historical)— (371428N  1214636W) [2]
Professorville— (372612N  1220845W) [2] [14]
Raines Houses— (372521N  1220938W) [2]
Ranchero Thunderbird Mobile Home Court— (372123N  1220007W) [2]
Rancho Arroyo Bayo (historical)— (372238N  1213453W) [2]
Rancho la Mesa Mobile Home Court— (372117N  1220008W) [2]
Rancho Quito—a Mexican land grant owned by Manuel Alivson covering the Saratoga - Campbell - Cupertino area. [7]
Rancho Rinconada—bordered by Lawrence Expressway, Stevens Creek Boulevard, Miller Avenue, and Bollinger Roada Cupertino. Portions were annexed by both Cupertino and San Jose. (371854N  1220007W) [1] [2] [4]
Redwood Estates—see also Lexington Hills. (37.156N-121.985W)  [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Richmond Ranch— (371612N  1214416W) [2]
Rinconada—  (371339N  1215800W) [2]
Riverbend Family Mobile Home Park— (372222N  1215325W) [2]
Robertsville— (37°15'48"N 121°52'31"W) [2] [6]
Roosevelt Park—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Rose Garden—a San Jose neighborhood. [1] [4]
Rosemary Gardens—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Roundup Trailer Lodge— (372255N  1215732W) [2]
Rucker (historical)—a Gilroy neighborhood. (37°3'15"N 121°35'28"W) [2] [3] [4] [6]
Ruff Ranch (historical)—  (371933N  1213032W) [2]
St. Claire Gardens—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
St. James/Julian St.—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
St. Leo's—a San Jose neighborhood. [15]
Sahara Village Mobile Home Park— (pop place  372237N  1220411W) [2]
San Antone Valley— is the common name for the large valley behind Mt. Hamilton, where the CDF Sweetwater Fire Station is located. Gerber was one of the original settlers and had a very large ranch.
San Felipe—  (36°58'15"N 121°25'5"W) [2] [3] [6]
San Felipe Valley—a San Jose neighborhood. [1]
San Isidro/San Ysidro—part of the Rancho San Ysidro that granted to Ygnacio Ortega in the 1800s. [3] [23]
San Jose/San José—founded in 1777 and incorporated in 1850.   (37.304051, -121.872734) [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
San Jose Mobile Home Park— (372500N  1215730W) [2]
San Miguel—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
San Martin—an unincorporated area. (37.087746, -121.600020) [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
San Tomas—a San Jose neighborhood. (37°16'8"N 121°58'28"W) [2] [4] [6]
Santa Clara—an incorporated area. (37.354441, -121.969119)  [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
Santa Clara Trailer Village— (372236N  1215649W) [2]
Santa Teresa/Santa Teresa Park—a San Jose neighborhood. [1] [4]
Santiago Villa Mobile Home Park— (372458N  1220413W) [2]
Saratoga—Previously named Bank Mills, Tollgate, McCartysville. Incorporated in 1956. See also Rancho Quito. (37.272443, -122.019538)  [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
Saratoga Springs— [3]
Saratoga Village—a Saratoga neighborhood. [7]
Sargent(36°55'10"N 121°32'49"W) [3] [6]
Sawyers Crossing (historical)(365726N  1213114W) [2]
Scott Ranch (372115N  1214016W) [2]
Senter—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Seven Trees—an unincorporated area. (37.287854, -121.837823) [1] [2]
Shannon(371359N  1215747W) [2]
Shanti—  (371832N  1212812W) [2]
Shasta—a San Jose neighborhood. [4] [15]
Sherman[3]
Sherman Oaks—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Shoreline West—a Mountain View neighborhood bounded by Shoreline Boulevard, El Camino Real, Escuela Avenue and Villa Street. [14]
Shotgun Bend—  (372045N  1221045W) [2]
Silver Creek Valley—a San Jose neighborhood. [1]
Skyland[3]
Simia (historical)—
Smith Creek—the area on Mt. Hamilton Road at the Smith Creek. A CDF Fire Station is located there. There was a hotel located near an existing fire station and the foundation could still be seen in 1968.
So-co-is-u-ka— [2]
South Coyote— (37°11'56"N 121°43'14"W) [2] [6]
South Shore Port— (372536N  1220224W) [2]
South of Midtown—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Southgate—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Spartan Keyes—a San Jose neighborhood. [4] [5]
Spring Valley Heights—a Milpitas neighborhood. [1]
Springer (historical)— [2]
Stadler Ranch (historical)— (371717N  1212730W) [2]
Stanford—an unincorporated area. (37.422590, -122.165413) [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
Stevens Creek—was the early name for the whole area where the Park and dam ended up.
Stile Ranch—  (371247N  1214854W) [2]
Stuart Camp— (371354N  1220232W) [2]
Summitpointe—a Milpitas neighborhood. [1]
Sunnyhills—a Milpitas neighborhood. [1]
Sunset Estates Mobile Home Park— (372400N  1220330W) [2]
Sunnyvale—Before 1901, was known as Encinal or Murphy. Incorporated in 1912. Also known as "City of Destiny" and "Heart of Silicon Valley."  (37.371991, -122.026020) [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [9]
Sunol-Midtown—an incorporated area. Also, a San Jose neighborhood (?). (37.324841, -121.910198) [1]
Sylvan Gardens—a Milpitas neighborhood. [1]
Sveadal— (37°5'1"N 121°47'17"W) [2] [6]
Tamien—a San Jose neighborhood. See also Washington Area. [4]
Tennant (historical)(370654N  1213802W) [2] [3]
The Quadrangle(372544N  1221007W) [2]
Thirteenth Street—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Tollgate—an area located at present day 3rd Street and Big Basin Way. It was renamed McCartysville and, later, Saratoga. [7]
Trailer Tel Mobile Home Park(372203N  1215321W) [2]
Triple El—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [14]
Travelodge Mobile Home Park (1)(372400N  1220429W) [2]
Travelodge Mobile Home Park (2)— (372217N  1215323W) [2]
Tully—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Twin Creeks— (37°9'22"N 121°50'35"W) [2] [6]
Union & Curtner—a San Jose neighborhood. [3] [5]
University—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
University South—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [4] [14]
Uvas[3]
Vasona Junction (historical)— (37°15'26"N 121°57'49"W) [2] [6]
Vendome—a San Jose neighborhood. [4]
Ventura—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [4] [14]
Via Monte—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Villa Montalvo— (37°14'38"N 122°1'47"W) [6]
Walnut Grove—a Palo Alto neighborhood.  [4]
Washington—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
Washington Area—comprises these San Jose neighborhoods: Alma, Cottage Grove-Pomona, Goodyear, Guadalupe-Washington, and Tamien. [4]
Wayne— (37°23'9"N 121°53'52"W) [2] [6]
West Evergreen—a San Jose neighborhood. [5]
West San Jose (historical)—a San Jose neighborhood. [1] [2] [3]
Westside—an early name for Cupertino. [3] [12]
Wiel Ranch (historical)—  (372228N  1213633W) [2]
Wiesendanger Ranch—  (372029N  1212548W) [2]
Willowglen/Willow Glen—a San Jose neighborhood. (37°18'31"N 121°53'19"W) [1] [2] [3] [4] [6]
Willow Ranch Mobile Home Park— (372413N  1220059W) [2]
Wilson Ranch—  (370454N  1212459W) [2]
Winchester—a San Jose neighborhood. [1] [5]
Winchester Ranch Mobile Home Park— (371904N  1215712W) [2]
Woolen Mills Chinatown—existed from 1887 to 1902 in San Jose. [16]
Wrights—  (370821N  1215645W) [2] [3]


Sources:

[1] absoluteastronomy.com - Santa Clara County (08 July 2005, updated 22 January 2006)
[2] calsign.com(www.calsign.com/mining/countydata/santaclara1.htm—08 July 2005)
[3] California Town Postmarks 1849 - 1935  (08 July 2005)
[4] eNative—Neighborhoods(08 July 2005)
[5] ePodunk—Communities(08 July 2005)
[6] Placesnamed.com(08 July 2005)
[7] The History of Saratoga  (08 July 2005)
[8] Santa Clara Fire Department, Cottage Grove  (08 July 2005)
[9] Sunnyvale Real Estate Homes  (http://www.sunnyvale-real-estate.com/—08 July 2005)
[10] Naglee Park  (08 July 2005)
[11] A Mural of Alviso's Past  (www.cachis.com/alviso/murals/bayside/—08 July 2005)
[12] Cupertino, The Beginnings  (08 July 2005)
[13] Monta Loma Neighborhood(08 July 2005)
[14] Palo Alto Online: Neighborhoods  (08 July 2005)
[15] Shasta / Hanchett Park Neighborhood Association  (08 July 2005)
[16] California Archaeology by scahome.org  (http://www.scahome.org/publications/newsletterPDFs/sca33(4).pdf—08 July 2005)
[17] Woz Way Paper  (08 July 2005)
[18] Saratoga's First Hundred Years, Florence R Cunningham, Chapter 9  (08 July 2005)
[19] ECV1850 Plaque #47 Bell Station  (08 July 2005)
[20] Holy City by Andrea Perkins  (08 July 2005)
[21] Silicon Valley History Online-Kensington Post Office  (08 July 2005)
[22] History of Patchen, California  (08 July 2005)
[23] ECV1850 Plaque #70 Rancho San Ysidro  (08 July 2005)


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