Santa Cruz County History - Architecture



Early History of the Carmelita Cottages: Owners of the Carmelita Cottages Property
by Rick Hyman

OWNERS OF THE CARMELITA COTTAGES PROPERTY

Owners Portion Date Acquired Years Owned Amount Paid
Town of Santa Cruz entire ---- to 1848 -----
Thomas Fallon entire 05/22/48 4 1/2 $10.00
John B. Arcan entire 01/11/53 0.1 $37.50
($75 for 2 lots)
Theron R. Per Lee
& George W. Crane
entire 02/15/53 5 1/2 $112.50
($225 for 2 lots)
Joseph Roberts entire 11/13/58 1/3 $70.00
($140 for 2 lots)
Timothy Herbert Dame entire 03/05/59 5 $72.50
($145 for 2 lots)
Hugo F. Hihn entire 02/26/64 2 $164.00
Alexander McDonald entire 04/05/66 2 $158.00
George &
Elizabeth Tait
northern 3/8 03/03/68 3 $100.00
Timothy Herbert Dame southern 5/8 07/15/68 13 $150.00
($208 for 2 lots)
Thomas Varley Johnson northern 3/8 01/04/71 32 $800.00
Ellen Dame southern 5/8 07/25/81 18 $1000.00
Lottie Thompson Sly southern 5/8 09/21/89
(1/2 interest)
66 $00.00
Lottie Thompson Sly southern 5/8 01/24/99
(other 1/2 interest)
-- --
Mary Ann Johnson northern 3/8 03/28/03 8 $00.00
Lottie Thompson Sly northern 3/8 09/21/11 44 $00.00
City of Santa Cruz entire 04/30/55 40+ Gift

 


This article is a revision of the article originally published in Every Structure Tells a Story: How to Research the History of a Property in Santa Cruz County. Santa Cruz, CA, Santa Cruz County Historical Trust, 1990. Copyright 1990 Santa Cruz County Historical Trust. Revised material copyright 1996 Rick Hyman. Reproduced by permission of the Santa Cruz County Historical Trust and the author.


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