This section of the website is devoted to all those wonderful documents that do not quite fit into the other categories, but which may be of help to the researcher on their ancestors from Yuba County. If you have any articles you would like to share, contact Kathy: firstname.lastname@example.org
The following records (except where noted) are all transcribed exactly as the original records appeared - spelling mistakes and all!
1853 Greenville Ledger - Thank you Rosemary Tonjes.
Diggers' Digest - Sutter-Yuba Genealogical Society (currently being scanned)
Features & Water Rights of Yuba River, CA. - U. S. Dept. of Agriculture - reprint of Bulletin 100 (PDF)
Frank Mooney - newspaper article highlights how gold inspired him to settle here - submitted by Craig Hahn.
Gaylord Twogood Diary Excerpts - 1856-1909
Gold rush letter from Albert Brown at Park's Bar (June 1850), written to his brother back East. It also contains a list of the 80 persons who accompanied him on the boat into San Francisco harbor 5 Oct 1849.
Immigrant Ships - MANY persons who came to this county in the early years, traveled overland or by ships from all over the world. The port they frequently landed at was San Francisco, traveling north to Yuba County by steamer or by land.
Marysville City Ordinances - 1851
Marysville Grammar School - student enrollment records - 1909-1914 ~ 1915-1919 ~ 1930-1932 ~ 1936-1938 ~ 1938-1939
Marysville High School -
Yearbooks - photos, stories, poems and more by the students - 1908 (includes prior graduates list) - 1914 - 1915 - 1917
Imogen McMurtry's Commencement Address - 1909
Marysville Library & John Q. Packard
Masons - 1882
O'Brien's Mining Property - (1868) - Smartsville (PDF)
Atkinson v. Amador & Sacramento Canal Company - One of earliest hydraulic mining cases (1877) - (May be transcribed at a later date.)
James H. Keyes v. Little York Gold Washing & Water Co., etc. - (1878)- (Currently being transcribed)
People v. The Gold Run Ditch and Mining Company - (1881-1882) (Currently being transcribed)
Edward Woodruff vs. North Bloomfield Gravel Mining Company - (1884) - (Will transcribe transcript - if you would like to help out, please contact me!)
Claims - Jan. 1900
Yuba County Mines - Gold and Quartz listing from 1905, includes list of owners
Native Daughters of the Golden West (Marysville)
Native Sons of the Golden West - Grand Officers' Reports of deaths for 1885-1916, includes Yuba County Parlors
Notaries Public - 1886/7 - 1889 - 1891 - 1893 - 1895 - 1899 - 1903 - 1907 - 1909
Nutshell Biographies - extracted from the Marysville Evening Democrat, 1911
Ohio obit - how word may have spread about the Gold Rush
Richland Co., Ohio Citizens who came West for the Gold Rush - With permission of the County Coordinator, Amy, I have linked to this page. You may wish to look at her other pages while there. She has done some incredible work on her site! Surnames listed in the article include: McIlvaine, McNulty, Belden, Cummings, Hedrick, Weldon, Pugh, Irwin, Harris, Polk, Guinn, Broderick, Baker, Fremont, Benton, Shannon, Hedges, Smart.
Round Cape Horn : voyage of the passenger-ship James W. Paige, from Maine to California in the year 1852
Smartsville (and surrounding area)
Stanwood, Richard G. Jr. - document
Swain & Hudson Planing Mill - Marysville - newspaper extracts
Territorial Pioneers of California - member list from November 10, 1874
Utah-California Exploration Company
Wells Fargo & George Hackett
Wheatland Extracts from newspaper
Yuba County Jury Lists - 1850-1858 - Some names on this list will not be found anywhere else - it is included to show these people were here at least during that time frame. Thank you Craig Hahn!
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