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The Bay of San Francisco : the metropolis of the Pacific Coast and its suburban cities : a history

The Bay of San Francisco : the metropolis of the Pacific Coast and its suburban cities : a history

Source : Internet Archive

The Bay of San Francisco : the metropolis of the Pacific Coast and its suburban cities : a history

The Bay of San Francisco : the metropolis of the Pacific Coast and its suburban cities : a history

Source : Internet Archive

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Alice J., the wife of William Stuart, a farmer of Wessington, Dakota, Lizzie Lois, wife of Alfred Koehne, a farmer


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advanced with much of energy. Mr. Stuart came to this coast on the ship Vistula, of Boston, being seven months


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Mr. Stuart continued in the commission business and made up his losses, and this lot


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battle of Colloden for Prince Charles Stuart. Alexander Macpherson, his grandfather, was born in Inverness-shire, Scotland, in 171)-i, and emigrated


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Mr. Thorne and Charles V. Stuart on arriving in San-Francisco took a 100- vara lot each, at the


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also started a laundry, and Mr. Stuart a saloon. After the adjournment of the Legislature, in the spring of 1852,


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this city, has one child, Raymond Stuart, Mary Lincoln Melvin, the wife of A. A. Dewing, teller in the Pacific


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14, 1824, a son of Michael and Mehitabel (Stuart) Tubbs. The mother was born June 18, 1804, in Henniker, New


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refugee from Scotland. Her father, John Stuart, was a soldier of the war of 1812, and lived to an advanced


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27, 1827, a son of John and Clarissa (Stuart) Morgan, both natives of New York State. The parents of both


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and his wife also. Grandfather Denis Stuart was married to a native of New England, and after the removal to