Central Pacific Railroad Company: deeds

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1865, Oct. 28: Winchester to Karchner; 1867, July 29: CPRR to Barker; 1870, Sept. 20: Certificate of Register of Land Office - Marquis C. Winchester; 1871, May 29: CPRR to Bader; 1871, July 19: CPRR to Wilcoxson; 1871, Nov. 13: Wilcoxson to Barker; 1871, Nov. 22: Barker to Karchner; 1873, March 12: Winchester to Gates; 1873, July 8: Gates to Karchner; 1877, Feb. 20: CPRR to Ordway and McMillan; 1882, July 25: Certificate of Register of Land Office - Karchner (John Smith); 1883, Oct. 24: CPRR to Karchner; 1884, April 24: Smith, Ragsdale, Karchner to Karchner; 1884, Dec. 20: Certificate of Register of Land Office - Karchner; 1885, Oct. 17: CPRR to Karchner



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Deed No. 626 New Series

To all to Whom these Presents shall come:

The Central Pacific Railroad Company a Corporation duly incorporated and organized under the laws of the State of California and Mark Hopkins (successor to Charles Crocker) and Silas W Sanderson, bother of the City of Sacramento and State of California, Trustees of all the lands of the said Central Pacific Railroad Company lying in the States of California and Nevada and the territory of Utah which remained unsold on the first day of October A.D. 1870. Send Greeting:

Whereas on the first day of October A.D. 1870 the said Central Pacific Railroad Company conveyed all its lands lying in the States of California and Nevada and the Territory of Utah then unsold of which the lands hereinafter described were and are a part of the said Charles Crocker and Silas W Sander son to hold in trust as security for the payment of Ten Thousand Bonds for the sum of one Thousand Dollars each dated on the first day of October A.D. 1870 and payable twenty years from date with interest at the rate of six per cent. per annum made and issued by the said Central Pacific Railroad Company:

And Whereas said Deed of Trust among other matters provided that the said Central Pacific Railroad Company should have the sole and exclusive control and management of said lands with full power to make sales of the same upon such terms and conditions as might from time to Tim be agreed upon between the said Railroad Company and the said Trustees and that when such sales had been made and the purchase money fully paid the said Company and the said Trustees should unite in a conveyance in fee simple of the lands so sold to the purchaser or purchasers thereof which conveyance should absolutely and forever release the lands so conveyed from any and all lien or encumbrance for or on account of said Bonds or any other debt or obligation of the said Railroad Company:

And Whereas on the 14th day of August 1871 Charles Crocker one of said Trustees being about the depart from the State of California to be absent for an indefinite period did resign his trust under aid conveyance of the first of October 1970 and whereas on the 15th day of August 1871 the said Silas W Sanderson the remaining Trustee under said conveyance did pursuant to the terms of his trust nominate Mark Hopkins of the City of Sacramento and State of California to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of said Charles Crocker and whereas on the 21st day of August 1871 the Board of Directors of said Central Pacific Railroad Company pursuant to the terms of said trust did ratify and approve said nomination and did appoint said Mark Hopkins to fill said vacant:

And Whereas the said Railroad Company has sold the lands hereinafter described pursuant to the foregoing conditions to Charles Marsh for the sum of Six Hundred ($600) dollars which sum has been by him fully paid to the said Mark Hopkins and Silas W Sanderson as aforesaid:

Now therefore In Consideration of the premises and the said sum of Six hundred ($600) Dollars the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged the said Central Pacific Railroad Compay and the said Mark Hopkins and Silas W Sanderson Trustees as afore said do grant bargain sell and convey to the said Charles Marsh and his heirs and

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assigns the following described tracts of land situated lying and being in the County of Nevada and State of California to wit the East half of the South East quarter (S1/2 of SE1/4) and the South West quarter of the South East quarter (SW1/4 of SE1/4)

of section No. Twenty five (25) in Township seventeen (17) north of Range Eleven (11) East, Mount Diablo base and meridian containing One hundred and twenty (120) acres, according to the United States surveys together with all the privileges and appurtenances thereunto appertaining and belonging. Excepting and reserving however for Railroad purposes strip of land from hundred feet wide lying equally on each side of the track of the Railroad of said Company or any branch Railroad now or hereafter constructed on said lands and the right to use all water needed for the operating and repairing of said Railroad and subject also to the reservation and condition that the said purchaser his heirs and assigns shall erect and maintain good and sufficient fences on both side of said strip or strips of land and also reserving all claim of the United States to the same as internal land: also reserving to said Compnay the right to use all water needed to operate and prepared said railroads which rises on said lands under the right of way to conduct water rising on other lands across said lands in pipes or aqueducts

To Have AND TO HOLD the aforesaid premises to the said Charles Marsh

his heirs and assigns to his and their use and behoof forever

In testimony Whereof the said Central Pacific Railroad COmpany has caused these presents to be signed by its President and Secretary and sealed with its Corporate Seal; and the said Mark Hopkins and Silas W Sanderson Trustees have subscribed their names and affixed their seals this Ninth (9h) day of July AD 1875

Leland Stanford Prest CPPR CO

EN Miller Secy CPRR CO

Mark Hopkins Trustees S W Sanderson

State of California County of San Francisco } SS.

One this ninth (9th) day of July in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy five (1875) before me Charles J Torbert a Notary Public in and for the City and COunty of San Francisco duly commissioned and qualified personally appeared Leland Stanford known to me to be the PResident and E.H. Miller Jr. know to me to be the Secetary of the Corporation that executed the within instrument and acknowledged to me that such corporation executed the within instrument and acknowledged to me that such corporation executed the same. Also at the same time and place personally appeared before me. Mark Hopkins and Silas W Sanderson known to me to be the persons and Trustees described in and whose names are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that they executed the same as said Trustees.

In Witness Whereof, I have fereunto set my hand and affix my official seal this ninth (9th) day of July AD 1875

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Deed No. 363 New Series.

Central Pacific Rialroad Co.

Mark Hopkins and Silas W Sanderson to

A.O. Ordway and M.F. McMillan

DEED.

Dated February 20th 1877

SE 1/4 E1/2 of SW } Sec 11 T. 13 N. R. 2 E MDM

240 acres in Sutter County California

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Deed No. 363 New Series

To all to Whom these Presents shall come:

The Central Pacific Railroad Company a corporation duly incorporated and organized under the laws of the State of California and Mark Hopkins (successor to Charles Crocker), and Silas W Sanderson both of the city and COunty of San Francisco and State of California Trustees of all the lands of the said Central Pacific Railroad Company lying in the States of California and Nevada and the Territory of Utah which remained unsold on the first day of October A.D. 1870 send Greeting:

Whereas no the first day of October A.D. 1870 the said Central Pacific Railroad Company conveyed all its land lying in the States of California and Nevada and the Territory of Utah then unsold of which the lands hereinafter described were and are a part to the said Charles Crocker and Silas W Sanderson to hold in trust as security for the payment of The Thousand Bonds for the sum of One Thousand Dollars each dated on the first day of October A.D. 1870 and payable twenty years from date with interest at the rate of six per cent. per annum made and issued by the said Central Pacific Railroad Company:

And whereas, said deed of Trust among other mattes provided that the said Central Pacific Railroad Company should have the sole and exclusive control and management of said lands with full power to make sales of the same upon such terms and conditions as might from time to time be agreed upon between the said Railroad Company and the said Trustees; and that when such sales had been made and the purchase money fully paid the said Company and the said Trustees should unite in a conveyance in fee simple of the lands so sold to the purchaser or purchases thereof which conveyance should absolutely and forever release the lands so conveyed from any and all lien or encumbrance for or an account of said Bonds or any other debt or obligation of the said Railroad Company:

And Whereas On the 14th day of August 1871 Charles Crocker one of the Trustees being about to depart from the State of California to be absent for an indefinite period did resign his trust under said conveyance of the first of October 1870 and whereas on the 15th day of August 1871 the said Silas W Sanderson the remaining Trustee under aid conveyance did pursuant to the terms of his trust nominate Mark Hopkins of the City of Sacrament and State of California to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of said Charles Crocker; and whereas on the 21st day of August 1871 the Board of Directors of the said Central PAcific Railroad Company pursuant to the terms fo said trust did ratify and approve said nomination and did appoint said Mark Hopkins to fill said vacancy:

And whereas the said Railroad Company has sold the lands hereinafter described pursuant to the foregoing conditions to A.O.Ordway and MF Mcmillan for the sum of Nineteen hindered and twenty ($1920) dollars, which sum has been by him full paid to the said Mark Hopkins and Silas W Sanderson Trustees as aforesaid:

Now therefore, In consideration of premises and the said sum of Nineteen hundred and twenty ($1920) dollars, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged the said Central Pacific Railroad Company and the said MArk hOpkins and Silas W Sanderson, Trustees as aforesaid do grant bargin sell and coney to the said A.O. Ordway and M F McMillan and their heirs and assigns the following described tracts of land sutyate lying and being in the County of

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Sutter and State of California to wit the South East quarter (SE 1/4) and the East half of the South West quarter (E 1/2 of SW1/4) of Section No. (11) in Township Thirteen (13) north of Range Two (2) East, Mount DIabloe base and meridian contain Two hundred and forty (24) acres, according to the United States surveys together with all the privileges and appurtenances thereunto appertaining and belonging. Reserving however all claim of the United States to the same as mineral land.

To Have and to Hold the aforesaid premises to the said A.O. Ordway and M.F. Mcmillan their heirs and assigns to them and their use and behoof forever

In Testimony Whereof, the said Central Pacific Railroad Company has caused these presents to be signed by its President and Secretary and sealed with its corporate Seal and the said Mark Hopkins and Silas W Sanderson Trustees have subscribed to their names and affixed their seals this Twentieth (20) day of February A.D. 1877.

Leland Stanford Prest C.P.R.R CO

E.H. Miller Jr Sect C.P.R.R. Co

Mark Hopkins SW Sanderson Trustees

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