BLACK DIAMOND 1879

"Sometimes called New York Landing, is situated on the San Joaquin River, an important coaling up point for river steamboats. This is one of the earlies settlements on the coast having been located in 1849."

NAME OCCUPATION or ACREAGE
Andrew Andrews Laborer
L Arratta
Miss Eliza Asmus
Charles Aurrillio Fisherman
Peter Bargion Supt BDRR Co, Postmaster, and Agt WF & Co
Owen Barry Blacksmith's helper
Antonio Botts Fisherman
John Bourroughs Laborer
Michael Bowe Watchman BDCM Co
John Burk Laborer
Millard Cantril Brakeman
Stephen Cecerillo Fisherman
Robert n Clare Machinist
Chas W Cordrey Conductor BDRR Co
Joseph Cunningham Laborer
Lawrence Dolan Engineer
Wm Fahy 135 a
Geo Ferguson Brakeman
John W Gann Meat market
Rosno Guinta Carpenter
Joseph Gurenello Fisherman
Frederick Hand Black Diamong Hotel
Jas Hanlon 144 a
Jack Jacopali Saloon
A Johnson Laborer
Peter Johnson Laborer
John Keerins 320 a
Edward Kenney
John Loftis 320 a
Antonio Longo Shoemaker
Jas McCloskey 160 a
Con McCue Track Master
Edward McGee Laundry
Lewis Metten 160 a
John X Mills Brakeman
Mrs Eliza Monahan General Merchandise
Barry Mulligan Fireman BDRR
Joseph J Nichols Machinist
Walter Parsons Clerk with A Senderman
Henry Peoples Laborer
Aaron Senderman General Merchandise
Andrew Scuddio Fisherman
James m Smith Hotel
AG Tingman Operator BD and WU Tel Co
Chris VanBarm
Henry VanDorn Machinist
WJ Whitney 162 a
Joseph E Williams Blacksmith
Richard Yates Wharfinger BD Wharf

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