Felton Grove History: 1870’s Camp Felton ad in SF paper.

From San Francisco Paper Alta California June 12, 1880.

From San Francisco Paper Alta California June 12, 1880.

From paper Alta California. June 12, 1880

From paper Alta California. June 12, 1880

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2 Responses to Felton Grove History: 1870’s Camp Felton ad in SF paper.

  1. Ramona Kathrine Meng says:

    How fun sign me up. jajaja To think so much joy permeating the area where we lived, and loved and cried. And some died. Andrea Beth`s ashes are at the fork.

  2. vickiwees says:

    I remember Andrea. Which fork? In front of your old place? Some of Jakes ashes are in our backyard at the other end of the grove. There’s a story that the last Zayante indian woman was buried here in the grove. She was married to Billy Ware, a partner of Isaac Graham. She loved it here where the Zayante flowed into the San Lorenzo and she asked that it be her final resting place. Her name was Twaneeya.

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