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Pioneer Register of California
(From the History of California, Vol. II.-V.)
Pioneer Register and Index 1542—1848


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Jackson, 1845, at N.Helv., prob. an overl. immig. iv. 578, 587; said to have come to Napa with N. Coombs in '45, and to be living at Oakland '78. J. (Mrs), 1846, Mormon woman on the Brooklyn (v. 544), wife of Col J. Tulidge. J. (A.), 1848, steward on the Elizabeth; later in the City Hotel at Mont. J. (B), 1848, from Hon. on the Sagadahoc. J. (Dav. E.), 1831, of the Rocky Mt. Fur Co., formerly partner of Jed. Smith and Sublette; came from N. Mex. in com. of a trading party. iii. 387, 613; iv. 264. J. (Geo.), 1847, sergt Co. G, N.Y. Vol. v. 504. J. (Henry W.), 1847, musician Co. D, Morm. Bat. (v. 469); re‚nl. J. (James), 1845, passport from Los Ang. to Sonora. J. (James M.), 1846, coxswain of Dale's launch, disch. at S.F. '49; later mr of a vessel, and in the war of '61-5 ensign on the Comanche; at S.F. '84. Lancey. J. (Joseph), 1827, Irish shoemaker in Mont. dist. '29, age 27. iii. 176. J. (Joseph), 1848, passp. from Hon. J. (Sam.), 1847, asst surg. on the U.S. Independence. J. (Wm), 1848, in S.F. list of letters. 

Jacob (Richard Taylor), 1846, Kentuckian who accomp. Bryant on the overland trip, and was capt. of Co. H, Cal. Bat. in the campaign of '46-7, returning east probably by way of Panamwith Lieut Emory, and being in Wash. at the time of Fr‚mont's court-martial. v. 359, 361, 454, 528. He later married a daughter of Thos H. Benton; was col of the 9th Ky cavalry in the war of '61-5; and became lieut-gov. of Ky. Jacobs (Sanford), 1847, Co. D, Morm. Bat. (v. 469); employed by Brannan as mail-carrier in '48. Jacobson (Andr‚s), 1848, at S.F. from Valpara¡so. 

James, 1846, boy on the Savannah, said to be at Oakland in '76. Alta. Jaime (Antonio), 1795, Span. friar who served chiefly at Soledad, and died at Sta B. in '29. Biog. ii. 576-8; ment. i. 500, 576, 686; ii. 152, 159, 385, 394, [p.199]491, 530, 622, 655; iii. 96-7. Jalapa (Fran.), soldier of S.F. comp. '39-42; at Sonoma '44, age 25. J., 1848, one of the Weber's prospectors, for whom Jamestown was named. J. (Antonio), 1847, lumberman in S.F. dist. J. (Noah), 1846, memb. of the Donner party from Ill., believed to be still living in '80. v. 530, 534. J. (Zacarias), 1832, debtor of Purisima mission. Jameson (F. A.), 1848, passp. from Hon. Jamieson (Geo. Wm), 1847, Co. E, N.Y. Vol. (v. 499). 

Jan (Barnaby), 1798, Boston sailor at S. Diego. i. 545, 654. Janes (Alden W.), 1847, Co. D, N. Y. Vol. (v. 499); at Kenton, Ohio, '83; present at a review of survivors in N.Y. '84. Janion (R. C.), 1847, Engl. trader who came from Hon. on the Laura Ann; member of the S.F. firm of Starkey, J., & Co. in '47-9, making several trips to the islands; died in England some years later. Jansen (Cornelio), see 'Johnson.' 

Janssens (Victor Eug‚ne Auguste), 1834, Belgian who came from Mex. in the H. & P. colony at the age of 17. iii. 263, 412. After the colony was broken up he worked at the Corralitos rancho with the Coronel family in '35-6. Later, in '36, he kept a shop at Mont. with Ayala, but on the downfall of Gov. Gutierrez he wished to return to Mex., where his mother still lived, and failing in this he went south, and in '37-8 took part in many of the Abaje¤os' operations against Alvarado, besides serving against the Ind. on the S. Diego frontier. iii. 504, 516-20, 558. Later he had an orchard and worked as a distiller at Los Ang.; and in '40-2 he lived at S. Juan Cap., acting as majordomo and juez. iii. 627-8; iv. 624-7; naturalized in '41, and in '42 married Mar¡a Antonia, daughter of Vicente Pico. Subsequently he was agent for Aguirro and partner of Lataillade at Sta B., obtaining the rancho of Lomas de la Purficacion in '44. iv. 642; and perhaps elected alcalde for '45, but not serving. iv. 491, 672. In '46 he was justice of the peace at Sta In‚s, and under the Flores govt was mil. com. of that region. v. 320, 635. He was again juez in '48-9, and lived on his rancho, confirmed to him by the courts, till about '56, going to the mines in '48 for a time, but later residing at Sta B., where at various times in '61-8 he served as county assessor, postmaster, trustee, and deputy collector and sheriff. In '78, residing at Sta B., he dietated to me his Vida y Adventuras, an excellent narrative of colony affairs and of later Cal. events; and also permitted me to copy his col. of Doc. Hist. Cal., containing several important records. He was an intelligent man of good repute, a widower with two sous and a daughter. I think he is still living in '85. Janston, 1846, mid. U. S. N. at Mont. with Baldwin in com. of guard. Lancey. Jantzen (Fred.), 1847, Co. G, N. Y. Vol. (v. 499); livat S. F. '74-83. Jaramillo (Juan Jos‚), at S. Bern. '46, age 30. Jarvis (James J.), 1847, at S. Diego and Mont. '47-8, representing Everett of Hon. Jati¤il, Ind. chief on the S. Diego frontier, a faithful ally of the whites. 

Jauffrey (Agustin), maj. at S. Juan Cap. '41. Jaume (Luis), 1771, Span. friar, who served as missionary at S. Diego until killed by the Ind. on Nov. 5, 1775. i. 173, 176, 195, 229, 250-2, 255, 455, 654, 657; ii. 106-7. Javier (Fran.), Ind. chief on the Colorado 1781. i. 361. Jaw, or Jay, at N. Helv. '47-8; doubtful name of a N. Y. vol. Jaynith (Ed.), 1847, doubtful name of a Benicia settler. 

Jefferson (Geo.), 1843-4, at S. F. in trouble about debts, etc.; prob. a sailor. Jeffray (Wm), 1848, memb. of Soc. Cal. Pioneers; in S. F. '81-3. Jegge (Jacob), 1846, Co. C, 1st U. S. dragoons (v. 336). Jelvero (Fran.), 1825, Span. who came on the Aquiles; at Sta B. '36, age 36, with wife and 5 children. Jena (N.), 1840, mr of the Angelina. iv. 101. Jenkins, named by the Los Ang. vigilantes in '36 as having been killed, perhaps some years earlier. iii. 419. J., 1848, of J. & Hardy, at Mont. (?) J. (A. and H.), 1848, passp. from Hon. J. (Jackson W.), 1846, overl. immig. apparently with Aram. J. (John W.) 1846, Co. F, Cal. Bat. (v. 358); perhaps same as preceding. J. (Wm K.), 1847, Co. D, N. Y. Vol. (v. 499). Jenks (Chas N.), 1845, Amer., at Mont. Jennings, 1848, in the mines, from Or., later asst Q. M. Gen.; in real estate business at Sac., but returned to Or. J. (John), 1815, mr of the Columbia. ii. 273-4. Jennison (Dan.), 1823, at Sta B. ii. 495. 

Jesse (Archer C., or Archibald C.), 1846, overl. immig. who settled in Napa Val., served as lieut of Co. E, Cal. Bat. v. 361, 529; and had a Cal. claim of $13.50 (v. 462). I have no later information about him. Jesus (Felipe de), at Soledad '26. ii. 623. J. (Jos‚), Ind. chief of S. Joaq., aiding the whites '46-8. v. 360, 662. J. (Jos‚ Ant.), Mex. convict, set free in '33. J. (Serafin), grantee of lot at S. Gabriel '43. iv. 637. Jeupas, 1847, mr of the Keone Ana. v. 579. Jewell (Ben.), 1848, in Son. Co.; prob. 'Dewell,' q. v. Jewett (Enoch P.), 1847, from Hon. on the Eveline; owner of S. F. lot. v. 685. J. (Geo.), 1836, Amer. who landed from a whaler at Sta B., age 21. J. (Thomas), 1836, Amer. cooper, age 28, who came with Geo., and was perhaps his brother. iv. 118; in Larkin's employ at Mont. '40. Jim ('Kanaka,' or 'Yankee'), in charge of Hock for Sutter '46. 

Jimenez, 1791-1800, chaplain on one of the S. Blas transports. J. (Antonio M.), Mex. priest at S. Gabriel and curate of Los Ang. from '44. iv. 422, 634, 637. He died at S. Gabriel in '53. Jimeno (Antonio), 1827, Mex. friar of the S. Fernando college, who served as missionary or curate at Sta Cruz in '27-8, at S. Buen. '40-3, and at Sta B. '29-40 and '44-56, being chosen suplente president in '30. ii. 576, 625, 655; iii. 87, 433-4, 656, 658; iv. 45, 421-2, 426, 643-5. Padre Antonio is remembered as stout and dark in person, amiable in disposition, kind to his neophytes, but strict in all religious matters. He left Cal. in '56 or a little later, and in '71 was still living in the city of Mex., blind and indigent, probably the last survivor of the Fernandinos. J. (Jos‚ Joaquin), 1827, or perhaps '28, Mex. friar of S. Fernando college, brother of Antonio, whose missionary service was at S. Luis Rey in '27-30, Sta Cruz '30-3, Sta In‚s '33-50, S. Gabriel '50-3, and Sta B. '54-6. From '38 he was president of the Fernandinos, being vicar in '38-9, and prefect after Duran's death in '46. In '44 he was the founder of the Sta In‚s seminary, of which he was the rector to '50. In '54 he founded the missionary college of Dolores at Sta B., of which he was president to his death in '56, at the age of 52. ii. 553, 618-19, 625, 655; iii. 309, 319, 433-4, 661, 693-4; iv. 63-4, 372, 421, 425-6, 549, 645; v. 620, 635. A good account of his life is given by P. Gonzalez in his burial record. Savage, Doc., ii. 144-6. Padre Joaquin resembled Antonio in most respects, being somewhat shorter in stature and less affable or more reserved in manner, being a very zealous missionary, though sometimes in trouble with his ecclesiastical superiors. 

Jimeno Casarin (Manuel), 1828, nat. of Mex., and brother of the friars Jimeno, sub. comisario and contador in the Mont. custom-house in '28-30. ii. 607; iii. 46, 65, 69, 86, 136. In '32 he was s¡ndico of the Mont. ayunt.; in '34 alcalde, and grantee of Salsipuedes; in '35 member of the diputacion and comisionado for the secularization of S. Luis Ob. iii. 291, 354, 673, 678, 682. In '37 he was again vocal, and in '39-42 was Alvarado's sec. of state, besides being 1st vocal and often acting gov. during Alvarado's illness, and grantee of Sta Rosa, Sta B. Co. in '39. iii. 506, 585, 590, 593-9, 604; iv. 133, 137, 193, 282, 294-5. Under Micheltorena he continued to serve as sec. in '43-5, being the grantee of Sta Paula in '43, and the Jimeno rancho, Colusa Co., in '44. iv. 357, 360, 403, 409, 643, 671. In the troubles of '45-7 Don Manuel seems to have taken no active part, but in these and later years gave his whole attention to private business, being also in bad health. He does not appear as claimant for any of the ranchos granted to him. He went to Mex. early in '53, and died there in Dec. of that year. Jimeno was a man of good character and abilities; a faithful official, well fitted for his position as govt sccretary; devoted to Mexico, but not bitter in his prejudices against foreigners; small and lean in physique; vivacious and witty in conversation. His wife, married about '32, was Do¤a Angustias de la Guerra, who later married Dr Ord, and is still living in '85. There were 11 children, only 2 or 3 of whom survive. Two of the sons-Antonio and Porfirio-were sent east with Lieut Sherman in '50 to be educated, and Porfirio was a capt. of Cal. volunteers in the war of '61-5. Jimkins (Henry), 1848, lumberman and farmer at Sta Cruz to '61, later a soldier and miner in Nev. Jimmerson (Chas), 1847, Co. E, Morm. Bat. (v. 469). Joaquin (Emilio), Ind. grantee of S. Gabriel land '43. iv. 637. 

John, 1836, cook from Coromandel, age 40, at Mont. John, 1836, Amer. at Salinas, age 18. John (James), 1841, overl. immig. of the BarciesXXX party; went soon to Or. iv. 234, 270, 272, 275. Johns (Juan C.), 1833, at Sonoma. Johnson, 1834, doubtful name of an Engl. sailor at Gomez' rancho. J., 1840, blacksmith arrested at Los Ang., but escaped. J., 1843, doubtful mention as an overl. immig.; perhaps of Chiles-Walker party. iv. 392. J., 1846, midshipman arrested by Capt. Montgomery. J., 1847, carpenter at Mont. J., 1847, fined at S. Diego for stabbing. v. 618. J., 1848, overl. immig. with Lawton. 

Johnson (Archibald), 1832, testified in '68 that he had lived in Cal. since '32. iii. 408. J. (A. B.), 1837, trader on the coast; also called Benjamin. J. (A. M.), 1846, mid. on the U.S. Warren. J. (Chas), 1840, doubtful mention. J. (Chas F.), 1847, Co. K, N.Y. Vol. (v. 499); owner of S.F. lot. J. (Chas B.), 1848, memb. of Pion. Soc., at Los Ang. '54. Annals. J. (Chas H.), 1848, nat. of Md; S.F. trader in '48-9, of firm Findley, J., & Co.; in '61 represented S. Luis Ob. in the legislature. J. (Chas R.), 1846, auctioneer in S.F. '48, who at Los Ang. '76 testified that he was in Cal. '46. There is prob. some confusion between this man and the 2 preceding. J. (Cornelius Adr‚), 1826, German soldier from Mex. iii. 176; at work on Hartnell's rancho '36, age 60; in '40 worked for Leese at S.F. His name was perhaps Jansen. 

Johnson (David W.), 1846, farrier Co. K, C, 1st U.S. dragoons; killed at S. Pascual. v. 346. J. (Ed.), 1845, nat. of Md, sailor on the U.S. Erie '45-8. iv. 587; came back to Cal. '49-50, and again in '54; lived at S. Jos‚ '58-81 and later. S. J. Pion. J. (Franeis), 1840, sup. of the D. Quixote and Maryland '40-1. iv. 103, 120, 567. He was a Mass. man who had been clerk for Peirce & Brewer at Hon., and later in business for himself. He died in Mass. abt '48. J. (Francis), 1845, at Los Ang., pleading exemption from mil. service; went to Hon. on the Portsmouth; perhaps the son of Don Santiago. J. (Fred.), 1847, Co. G, N.Y. Vol. (v. 499). J. (Geo. A.), 1848, nat. of N.Y., who in the legislature of '63 represented S. Diego Co., age 37. J. (Henry), 1847, Co. A, Morm. Bat. (v. 469). J. (Ira), 1847, Co. I, N.Y. Vol. (v. 469); smuggler at S. Diego and builder at Mont. '48. J. (Isaac C.), 1847, Co. E, N.Y. Vol. (v. 469); at Astoria, Or., '82. 

Johnson (James), 1833, Engl. trader, 8 years at Guaymas, engaged also in pearl-fishing, who came to Cal. both by land and on the Facio, making several trips to Sonora and back in '33-4. iii. 382, 409. He represented some kind of a Sonora company and bought the right of Manuel Gutierrez in the S. Pedro rancho, with large quantities of live-stock; but presently became financially embarrassed. He was accused of complicity in the Apalrevolt of '35, and is mentioned occasionally in Los Ang. annals of '36-40. iii. 285, 519; iv. 14, 117. Grantee of S. Jacinto and S. Gregorio, S. Diego Co., in '43. iv. 621, 563. Don Santiago was a large stout man of variable temperament. He died in '47. His widow, CGuirado, sister of Rafael G. and Mrs Manuel Requena, still survived in '78, as does a son Francis in '85, he being mentioned at Hartnell's school in '36, and as the owner of Los Ang. lands in '48. There was another son named Santiago. The 3 daughters, Anita, Adelaide, and Margarita, married respectively Henry and Francis Mellus and James H. Lander. J. (James), 1836, Amer., age 32, who worked for Spear at Mont. J. (John), 1845, at Mont. J. (John Michael), 1821, Scotchman baptized at S. Buen. ii. 444. J. (John W.), 1846, Fauntleroy's dragoons (v. 232. 247). J. (Joseph), 1845, deserter from the Hopewell at S. Diego; in '47 sentenced to 2 months of public works and $50 fine for stabbing Garc¡a at Sta Isabel. 

Johnson (Robert E.), 1841, in U.S. ex. ex. iv. 241. J. (Sampson W.), 1846, Virginian and overl. immig., perhaps via Or., who served in Co. E, Cal. Bat. (v. 358); in the mines '48-9; at S. Jos‚ '50-4, serving as constable; farmer in S. Joaq. '54-9; keeper of a stable at Pacheco and Martinez '60-80. He married Annie McClellan in '50. J. (Sam.), of Morm. col., see 'Ladd.' J. (Wm), 1832, memb. of the comp. extranjera at Mont. iii. 221. 

Johnson (Wm), 1840, nat. of Boston and mate of the Alciope, engaged in trade at S.F. and getting a pass. in June '41; also grantee of town lot in '44. iv. 669; v. 679. From '42 he owned a lighter in company with Leese; asking in '44 for a license for his boat, he called himself an Irishman and naturalized Mex. (There are indications that in '40-1 there were 2 of the name at S.F., one of whom came as pilot on the Trinidad.) In '45 he bought the Gutierrez rancho on Bear River, where he lived from that time, being often named in the N.Helv.Diary as making trips up and down the river. His ranch was on the immig. route and is mentioned by all parties from '45. v. 23, 452, 484. In June '47 he married Mary Murphy, who in Nov. was advertised as having left him and later became Mrs Covillaud. In '52 he was the claimant for his rancho. iv. 671; and a little later (or earlier, as would appear but for the land claim) he either died or went to the Sandwich Islands. J. (Wm), 1842, surg. U.S.N. at Mont. Maxwell. J. (Wm), 1847, sergt Co. C, N.Y. Vol. v. 504; owner of S.F. lot. J. (Wm S.), 1847, Co. D, N.Y. Vol. (v. 499); later a prominent citizen of Monterey Co., holding several county offices; claimant for El Pleito. iv. 655; cashier of the Salinas City bank '82. He is also said to have lived in '48-9 and '75 at Stockton. 

Johnston (Abraham R.), 1846, capt Co. C, 1st U.S. dragoons, who came with Kearny from N. Mex., and was killed at S. Pascual. v. 336, 343-4; author of a published Journal of the march. J. (Wm J.), 1847, Co. C, Morm. Bat. (v. 469); in Sutter's employ in '47-8, and at the Coloma mill when gold was discovered. Johnstone (A.), 1847, at S.F. from Hon. on the Currency Lass; went back on the Columbia. J. (Charles), 1834, Dane in the Mont. dist '34-7. iii. 412. Larkin's Accts. Jonas, 1840, doubtful name in Farnham's list of arrested foreigners. 

Jones, 1841, com. of H. B. M. S. Curaçoa. iv. 38, 564. J., 1841, mr of the Llama. iv. 567. J., 1846, orderly sergt Cal. Bat. Lancey. J., 1846, sailor of the Savannah; in the mines '48. J., 1847, mr of the Confederacion. v. 577. 

Jones (A. F.), 1846, came to S. Jos‚ with wife and 3 children. Hall; perhaps the J. ment. in the mines from S. Jos‚ '48. J. (Albert G.), 1844, Amer. who got naturalization papers. iv. 453. J. (C.), 1848, passp. from Hon. J. (C1847, Co. F, 3d U.S. artill. (v. 518). J. (Chas E.), 1847, in S.F. list of letters. J. (David H.), 1847, Co. B, Morm. Bat. (v. 469). J. (E.), 1846, purser's clerk on the Warren; at Mont. '48. 

Jones (Elbert P.), 1846, Kentuckian lawyer and overl. immig. who practised law in S.F., was the 1st editor of the Star in '47, kept the Portsmouth House, was member and sec. of the town council, took an active part in political wrangles, became the owner of many city lots, and I think gave his name to Jones St. v. 645, 648-53, 657-8, 676, 678, 680, 685. He married Sarah Kittleman of the Mormon colony in '47, and lived in S.F. till after '50, dying at Charleston S.C. in '52. Jones was a man of much talent and versatility, not in all respects of model character. J. (Eli), 1847, at Hon. from S.F. on the Currency Lass. J. (H. L.), 1847, blacksmith in Sutter's employ '47-8; had a family. J. (Harold), 1846, sailor on the U.S. Dale. 

Jones (Mrs Isabella), 1846, one of the Mormon col. v. 546; owner of a S.F. lot '47; never went to Utah. J. (James H.), 1842, Amer. farmer naturalized in '44 claiming 2 years' residence, being then a resident of N.Helv., where he still lived apparently in '45-7. iv. 341. J. (John), 1837, trader at S.F. J. (John), 1846, at S. Jos‚. Hall. J. (John), 1847, Co. G, N.Y. Vol. (v. 499); d. before '53, when his widow, Sarah-who came with him in '47-married D. McC. Murray. She lived at Healdsburg, where she died in '79. 

Jones (John Coffin, Jr), 1830, Boston man and long a merchant at Honolulu, where he was also U.S. consul. He had large transactions with Cal. which he visited nearly every year in '30-8, as mr or sup. of his own vessels, the Volunteer, Louisa, Harriet Blanchard, Avon, Bolicar, Griffon, and Rasselas, finally marrying Manuela, daughter of CCarrillo. iii. 85, 145, 180, 381, 383-4, 461; iv. 101, 104-5, 117, 141. After settling his affairs at the islands and making a visit east, he came back on the Julia Ann from Panamin '41 and [p.203]settled at Sta B., though still making visits to Hon. I have many of his original business letters, and others on current events in the south which have much historical value. iv. 291, 333, 523, 563, 566, 610. Early in '46 he sailed with his family on the Admittance for Boston, where he died a few years later. His widow was claimant for Sta Rosa Isl. iv. 643; which Jones with A. B. Thompson had stocked with cattle and sheep; also for La Calera. She is still living in '85, having married, I think, a man named Kittle. J. (John M.), 1846, nat. of Ky and prob. overl. immig.; at S.F. and S. Jos‚ '48-50; memb. of constit. convention '49. 

Jones (Nathaniel), 1846, nat. of Tenn.; overl. immig. with wife and son from Mo. Leaving his family at Chiles' rancho in Napa Val., he served in the Sanchez, or Sta Clara. campaign, and then settled in Contra Costa, where he still lived in '82 with wife and 5 children. Portrait in Contra C. Co. Hist., 264. He served as sheriff, public administrator, and county supervisor. His daughter, Martha A., born in '47, married John Slitz. The son who came with him, at the age of 2 years, was Robinson M., a newspaper man, farmer, teacher, county surveyor, and warehouseman, living at Martinez in '82 with wife, Nettie Renwick, and 3 children. J. (Nathaniel V.), 1847, sergt Co. D, Morm. Bat.; in Kearny's return escort. v. 453, 477, 492. J. (Owen), 1841, at S.F. J. (Peter), 1834-5, Frenchman at Mont. J. (Robert), 1836, named in Mont. accounts. J. (Sam. E.), 1846, son of Zacarias; resident of Mont. Co. '59-70. J. (T.), 1848, passp. from Hon. J. (Thomas), 1840, one of the S. Blas exiles, arrested at Los Ang. iv. 14, 18. J. (Thomas), 1841, Amer. immig. of Bartleson party. iv. 270, 272, 275, 279; in '45 signed the S. Jos‚ call to foreigners. iv. 599; in '46 applied for land at S. Jos‚. J. (T. H. or M.), 1848, at N. Helv. May. 

Jones (Thos Ap Catesby), 1842, commodore U.S.N., in com. of the Pac. squadron, taking possession of Mont. See iv. 39, 298-320, 569, 631, 636, 640, 652, 665; v. 579. He was again in com. of the squadron in '48-9. J. (Thomas Jeremiah), 1821, Engl. sawyer, baptized at S. Juan B. in '23, and naturalized in '41, at which time he had a native wife. Jeremiah J., often ment. in records of '39-40, and perhaps one of the arrested foreigners, may have been the same man. ii. 444, 496; iv. 17. 

Jones (Walter), 1846, at S. Jos‚. Hall. J. (Wm), 1838, doubtful name of an Amer. captured by Mex. pirates and forced to work as a slave in the mines; at Mont. with wife and 2 children in '44, acc. to Geo. Reed, in S.F. Calif., May 22, '47. iv. 119. J. (Wm), 1843, immig. from Or. in the Hastings party. iv. 390; nothing more known of him unless he is the J. who left N. Helv. for Or. in '46. v. 526. J. (Wm), 1847, Co. C, N.Y. Vol. (v. 499); at Sonoma '71-4. J. (W.D.), 1847, in U.S.N. '47-54, spending the rest of his life at Vallejo, where he died in '76. J. (Wm Owen), 1816, pilot of the Lydia. ii. 275. J. (Zachariah), 1846, overl. immig. who settled at S. Jos‚ with wife and 5 children, Margaret, Reuben, Sam. E., and Clark. He kept a hotel in '47, built a saw-mill at Los Gatos '48, and was still living in '60. One of his daughters married Josiah Belden in '49. Jongh (Wm F.D.), 1846, in com. of a gun in Marston's Sta Clara campaign. Jonvera (Louis), 1829, Frenchman, age 28, at S. Jos‚ April. 

Jordan (J.), 1841, carpenter on the U.S. St Louis. J. (Jackson), 1848, owner of S.F. lot; perhaps the same. J. (Louis), 1842, trader at Los Ang. '42-6, being regidor in '45-6. iv. 341, 633-4; v. 625. J. (Mariano), 1846, at Los Ang. J. (Philip), 1847, Co. F, N.Y. Vol. (v. 499). Jourdain (Etienne), 1847, at Los Ang.; Fr. consular agent at S.F. '48. v. 614-15. Joy (Manuel), 1846, Co. F, Cal. Bat. (v. 358); Cal. claim of $20 (v. 462). J. (Wm), 1848, clerk for C. L. Ross at S.F.; still in S.F. '54. Joyce (John), 1846, one of the Mormon col., with wife, Caroline, and 2 daughters, Augusta and Helen F. v. 546. He was a carpenter who got a town lot in '47. v. 686; went to the mines in '48; was still at S.F. in '50; and in '64 lived at Centreville, Alameda Co., age 42. Possibly there was another Mrs J. and fam., who went to Utah und died before '84. J. (Thos), 1848, passp. from Hon. Joynes (J.), 1845, sailmaker on the U.S. Warren. 

Juan (Luiz), 1840, reward offered for the discov. of his murderers at S. Diego. Juan (Ricardo), 1845, Frenchman at Branciforte, age 28, wife Maria Cota, child Jesus. Juan Bautista, 1836, Greek fisherman at Mont. Juan de Dios, executed at Mont. '45. Juan Evangelista, neophyte taken to Mex. by P. Serra. i. 321. Juarez (Andr‚s), soldier of Mont. comp. '36, age 19; juez of valley ranchos '46. v. 637. 

Juarez (Cayetano), nat. of Cal.; soldier of S. F. comp. '28-31, corp. '32-5; but apparently acting as sergt from '33, being majordomo at Solano in '36, and later capt. of militia, engaged in many Ind. exped. iii. 701-2, 705, 720. In '41 he was grantee of the Tulucay rancho in Napa Val., where he built an adobe house and spent the rest of his life, being alealde at Sonoma in '45, and grantee of Yukaya (Ukiah) in the same year. iv. 674, 678. In '46 he somewhat distinguished himself by his plans to rescue the Bear prisoners. v. 120; and by a famous swim of some 9 miles to escape capture. In '75 he gave me some rambling Notas. He died at Napa in '83, at the age of about 75. Portrait in Napa Co. Hist. J. (Francisco), at Branciforte '28-30. ii. 627; s¡ndico '36. iii. 697; his wife was Dolores Cota; children in '28, Mateo and Antonio. J. (Francisco), at S. Jos‚ '41, age 35, wife Andrea Pinto, child. Narciso b. '29, Juan '31, Mar¡a '32, Jesus '34, Paula '36, Juan de Dios '38, Natividad '40. J. (Joaquin), at Brancif. '30-45, age 60 in '45, wife Pascuala Lorenzana, child. Luis b. '17, Solano '33. ii. 627. J. (Jos‚), soldier of S. F. comp. '37-9. J. (Jos‚ C.), at Brancif. '45, age 26, wife Fernanda Figueroa, child Jos‚. J. (Jos‚ Manuel), at Brancif. '28; at S. Isidro '36; at S. Jos‚ '41, age 39, wife Pascuala Figueroa, children Benjamin b. '29, Gertrudis '39, Andrea, '35, Jos‚ M., Jr, '36. J. (Jos‚ Mar¡a), at Brancif. '30. ii. 627. J. (Marcos), soldier at Mont. '34. iii. 673; at Sonoma '44, age 45. J. (Mateo), at La Brea, Mont., '36, age 23, wife Tomasa Galindo, child Trinidad. J. (Vicente), at S. Jos‚ '33-41, age 23 in '41; also a soldier in S.F. comp. '37. 

Judd (Hiram), 1847, Co. E, Morm. Bat. (v. 469). Judd (Zadock K.), 1847, ditto; in Utah '82. Judson (Henry), 1847, Co. D, N.Y. Vol. (v. 499); died Mokelumne Hill '49. Julian, 1845, at N. Helv. iv. 578, 587. He was a French Canadian who settled on a rancho in the upper Sac. Val., and is said by Bidwell to have joined Gillespie and Fr‚mont, and to have been killed by the Ind. in May '46. Julio, neophyte alcalde killed in '13 near Mission S. Jos‚. ii. 324-5. Julio C‚sar, ex-neophyte of S. Luis Rey, living in '78 with a son and 3 grandchidren at Tres Pinos, S. Benito Co., where he gave me an interesting narrative of old-time Cosas de Indios. Juncosa (Domingo), 1771, Span. friar, nat. of Catalu¤a, who came on the S. Antonio. He was one of the first missionaries of S. Luis Ob., though not present at the founding, and he served there until 1774, when he retired to his college. Very little appears in the records about this padre; mention in i. 173, 176, 178, 188-9, 196.