Category:Persons in Harrison

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Persons having biographies in History of Santa Cruz County (Harrison-1892). The biography section begins on page 227 of the online version available in Google Books. A subsection gives brief biographies of members of the "El Pajaro Parlor" and "Santa Cruz Parlor" of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Members included many wives/daughters of men with biographies elsewhere in the book.

Persons having biographies in this book, but lacking sufficient local information/connection to merit a separate page in this wiki (those referenced on others' pages not listed here):

  • Austin, L. B. p251/338A (Acrobat); no info on activities after coming to Santa Cruz in 1877.
  • Bacon, Edward p344/442G (Google).
  • Bixby, A. W. p368-478G (1849-1924, Watsonville doctor, died in Hayward).
  • Bonham, J. F. p364/472G, Watsonville dentist.
  • French, Sherman p283/357G, born in Watsonville 1865 but parents not named.
  • Greene, W. H., p249/309G, Soquel mason (not related to Edward Greene).
  • Henry, Edward, p.363, Pajaro Valley farmer.
  • Jeter, Seaborn, p.338, pack mule contractor for Loma Prieta Lumber Company, resident of San Jose.
  • Leavitt, Edgar, p.349, Universalist minister, arrived 1889.
  • Mann, Jefferson L., p.283. Born 1864 in San Jose; to Pajaro Valley with foster father (unnamed) in 1869.
  • Marks, Joseph E., p.345. Came to Santa Cruz as a lawyer in 1883.
  • Maxcy, William E., p.275. Worked for Davis & Cowell as a wharfinger, and later "he engaged in the liquor business."
  • Miller, W. H., p.328.
  • Morey, John J. (b.1863 in CA, p.283). Watsonville bank cashier, secretary. Not related to A. A. Morey (1848-1933).
  • Porter, Frank A., born in Soquel (1866-1892, p.279). Not related to the well-known Porter family.
  • Pringle, Reuben H. (p.279) owned a house on Ocean St. Brother Calvin (1847-1868) at Evergreen.
  • Thompson, Francis Wadley (p.278), born 1865 in California. Came to Santa Cruz in 1884; worked at the Santa Cruz Carriage Factory.
  • Trippe, Franklin (p.343), born NY 1859, to SC in 1887, lawyer; no burial records for anyone named Trippe.
  • Vale, Charles, born 1815 in England, retired to Santa Cruz in 1884.
  • White, William A., born 1867 in Pajaro Valley (parents not identified), and moved out of the area ca. 1890.

Pages in category "Persons in Harrison"

The following 162 pages are in this category, out of 162 total.