Research Page Chapter 5: California Gold

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This Research page contains material which may not be included in my manuscript The Falkenburgs
An American Colonial Family: Chapter 5 California Gold
. In There are two reasons this material does not appear in the manuscript. First, in an effort to manage the size of the book or the flow of the story, I decided that some details should be relegated to research notes. In other cases, I simply don't know all of the facts needed to make a coherent presentation. Those notes are found here. In many cases they are notes to myself and may not represent fully explored and documented fact. If you have navigated to this page from a Google search, and you have not seen my manuscript, you may wish to follow the link below for a more complete story of the colonial roots of the Falkenburg/Falkinburg family.

Link to manuscript: The Falkenburgs:An American Colonial Family

Link to Chapter 5: California Gold


(2.4) Captain Charles in San Francisco

Letters received by Captain Charles Falkinburg

(1) 15FEB1853 From Honolulu to Charles Falkinburg

(2) 3 AUG 1854 From New Bedford to Charles A. Falkinburg

(3) 1854 From New Bedford to Charles Falkinburg

Report of Charles Death in the Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 10, Number 1516, 4 February 1856 p. 2 col.2

Charles Falkinburg death notie

Charles A. Falkinburg death notice also Records from Tombstones in Laurel Hill Cemetery, 1853-1927

Lone Mt. Cemetery "Laurel Hill Cemetery - (Lone Mountain) California, Geary, Parker and Presidio Avenue. Dedicated May 30, 1854 and moved in 1941. Originally part of Lone Mountain Cemetery and renamed Laurel Hill Cemetery in 1867. Approximately 35,000 bodies were moved to Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, 1370 El Camino Real, Colma, CA 94014, San Mateo County. (650) 755-0580"



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