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History and biographical record of Monterey and San Benito Counties : and history of the State of California : containing biographies of well-known citizens of the past and present (Volume v.2)

History and biographical record of Monterey and San Benito Counties : and history of the State of California : containing biographies of well-known citizens of the past and present (Volume v.2)

Source : Internet Archive

History and biographical record of Monterey and San Benito Counties : and history of the State of California : containing biographies of well-known citizens of the past and present (Volume v.2)

History and biographical record of Monterey and San Benito Counties : and history of the State of California : containing biographies of well-known citizens of the past and present (Volume v.2)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : JACKS


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Jacks, Perry M .


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Jacks was a son of Thomas and Cynthia (Martin) Jacks, both natives of Kentucky and representatives of well-known and prominent


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being descendants of Revolutionary ancestors. Mrs. Jacks was born in Kentucky, but on account of slavery her pa-


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the endurance of frontier hardships, Perry M. Jacks came to the regions of the southwest at a period when ample


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river in Plumas county, where Mr. Jacks had secured several mining claims. After he had followed practical mining for a


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PERRY M. JACKS.


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exhausted and it devolved upon Mrs. Jacks to do what she could until better luck came to them.


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coming to Missouri in 1854 Mr. Jacks engaged in the general merchandise business at what was then known as West


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of the ranch owned by David Jacks in the Deep Well district.


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He had met the late David Jacks in San-Francisco and was offered the Chualar ranch for $1.75 per acre, but


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in 1874, he rented from David Jacks twelve hundred acres of land which he devoted' to grain raising and to


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been taken to Monterey by Mr. Jacks, and thus the thieves were frustrated in their plans. Ranching has been his


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to the Chualar ranch of David Jacks, and there they farmed three thousand acres of the grant, growing good crops


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for three years rented from David Jacks one thousand acres in the Chualar Canon. During 1879 he moved to Gonzales


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large tract near Chualar from David Jacks and engaged in raising barley, having five hundred acres in that grain. A


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grant of land owned by David Jacks. The following year his father joined him in this county and soon purchased


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five hundred acres of the David Jacks ranch, all of the land being in grain, while in addition he also


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county, the property belonging to David Jacks. The family made this their home for six years, during which time their


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of land near Chualar from David Jacks, on which he remained for sixteen years. In 1901. he located upon his


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leased a large tract from David Jacks and since then he has remained on the same ranch, meanwhile controlling between


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This is part of the David Jacks property and comprises four hundred acres of fine land, well suited to the


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hundred and twenty acres from David Jacks and began to raise grain.