California Genealogy and History Archives
Pioneer Register of California
(From the History of California, Vol. II.-V.)
Pioneer Register and Index 1542—1848
|Qudron (Jenckey), 1846, doubtful name, Co. F, Cal. Bat. (v. 358). Queen (Henry W.), 1846, lieut of marines on the U.S. Savannah; lieut Fauntleroy's dragoons (v. 232, 247); in com. at S. Juan B., Sept. Q. (James), 1847, sergt Co. F, N.Y. Vol. v. 504; in charge of Brannan's store at Mormon Isl. 48; d. at Napa '79. Quepness (Odilon), at Soledad '26. ii. 623. Quigley, 1847, a Mormon in Kearny's return party. v. 453. Quigley (Robert), 1846, bugler Co. C, 1st U.S. dragoons (v. 336). Quijada (Felipe), soldier at Sta B. '32. Q. (Francisco), grantee of Bolsa de Chemisal, S. Luis Ob., '37. iii. 677. Quijano (Manuel), 1807, surgeon of the troops at Mont. 1807-24. ii. 88, 140, 379, 571, 607.
Quijas (Jos‚ Lorenzo de la Concepcion), 1833, Mex. friar of the Zacatecanos who served at the 4 northernmost missions, and retired in '44, being vice-prefect in '43-4, perhaps in '57 a parish priest in the state of Guerrero, dying at Quer‚taro a little later. Padre Q. was a black sheep in the Franciscan flock, yet a good man when sober. Biog. iv. 680-1; ment. iii. 319, 354, [p.294]713, 716, 719; iv. 48, 86, 171, 195, 224, 371-3, 427, 676-7. Quilaguegui (Teodosio), Ind. grantee of Nicasio '35. iii. 712. Quimby, 1848, mr of the Wave. v. 581. Quimper (Man.), 1790, alf‚rez of the Span. navy at Mont. from Nootka. i. 444, 506; see also Hist. N. W. Coast. Quin (Peter), 1848, Irishman shot at Sta B. in Dec. for the murder of the Reed family at S. Miguel. v. 632, 640. Quinn (Franklin), 1846, in the Los Ang. region; at Mont. '47-8; possibly 'Gwinn' of '41. Qui¤ones (Manuel), Mex. tanner at Branciforte '45, age 45, wife Josefa Condesa (?), child. Benito b. Sta Cruz '27, Juan Diego '29, Mariano '33, Capistrano '34. He had been a convict of '28-34.
Quintana, com. of N. Mexicans in Castro's force '46. v. 363. Q. (Andr‚s), 1805, Span. friar who served at Sta Cruz until Oct. 12, '12, when he was murdered by his neophytes. Biog. ii. 387-9; ment. ii. 155, 159-60, 199, 324, 339, 394. Q. (Antonio), at Los Ang. '46. Q. (Diego), ditto. Q. (Francisco Est‚van), grantee of La Vena '42. iv. 656; still at S. Luis Ob. '60. Q. (Ger˘nimo), grantee of S. Juan Cap. del Camote, S. Luis Ob., '46. v. 637. Q. (Pedro), from N. Mex. '43, a settler of S. Luis Ob. down to '83. Quintero (Juan), arrested at S. Juan B. '37. iii. 513. Q. (Luis), negro settler of Los Ang. 1781, sent away in '82. i. 345-6. Q. (Tomat Sta. B. '37, wife Vicenta Valenzuela. Quintin, Ind. chief of a Marin Co. tribe for whom Pt Quintin was named; ment. in '24. ii. 538, 598. Quirado (Basilio), Los Ang. land-owner '48. Quir˘s (Fernando), 1775, Span. lieut on the S. Antonio and S. Carlos '75-6; made a survey of S.F. bay in boats '76; on the coast again in '79. i. 241, 287, 289-92, 329. Quivey (Peter), 1846, overl. immig. from Mo.; summoned as a witness in N. Helv. Nov. '46; served in Co. B, Cal. Bat. (v. 358); named at N. Helv. '47; wrote from Los Ang. in March '47 a letter published in the Western Expositor and Liverpool Millennial Star. Settled in Sta Clara Co. with family.