YEAR 1852

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1852 California Census compiled in July, 1852
Name Age Gender Profession Birthplace Last Residence
Frederick Bee 26 Male Trading New York El Dorado County
Catharine M. Bee 22 Female none New York El Dorado County
Frank M. Bee 1 Male none New York El Dorado County

John G. Vanderhaden was listed on the same page as Frederick Bee.
Name Age Gender Profession Birthplace Last Residence
John G. Vanderhaden 30 Male Farmer New York El Dorado County

Daily Alta California, Volume 3, Number 1, 1 January 1852
Interesting statistics about need for railroad to San Francisco

Sacramento Daily Union, Number 256, 16 January 1852
A. W. Bee advertisement

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 2, Number 260, 21 January 1852
Ordinances

From NY Daily-Times January 27, 1852
Also, steamship Winfield Scott, Couillard, for San Francisco via Rio Janeiro, Valparaiso and Panama. She has no freight, but a few select passengers, and a supply of 240 tons of coal a quantity deemed amply sufficient to run her the whole voyage.

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 2, Number 289, 24 February 1852
A. W. Bee and Whig Convention

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 2, Number 304, 12 March 1852
A W Bee reported on flood.

Daily Alta California, Volume 3, Number 95, 5 April 1852
Celestials landed

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 3, Number 333, 15 April 1852
James Craig, soldier, drowned while crossing American River to attack Indians.
Note: The Bee Family had lived in Clinton, Oneida County, NY.

Daily Alta California, Volume 3, Number 115, 25 April 1852
Governor Bigler's message

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 3, Number 346, 30 April 1852
Bee and lady on the Winfield Scott from Panama (Fred Bee)

Daily Alta California, Volume 3, Number 128, 8 May 1852
An Act to authorize State Treasurer to issue bonds to pay expenses for the expedition against Indians
The Journal of the Senate During the Thirty-Fifth Session of the Legislature of the State of California of 1903
Senate Bill No 54 An Act to appropriate $2,519.8 S to pay the claim of Mrs SL Bee for interest upon bonds issued by the Treasurer of the State of California under provisions of the Act of the Legislature of the State of California entitled An Act the Treasurer of the State to issue bonds for the payment of the expenses the Mariposa Second El Dorado Utah Los Angeles Clear Lake Klamath and and Monterey expeditions against the Indians approved May 3 1852 representee bv coupons 3 4 and 5 of the following bonds Bonds for $1,000 each and numbered respectively 63 64 65 66 67 77 85 94 95 101 and 284 bonds for $500 each and respectively 57 109 176 and 185 bonds for $100 each and numbered respectively 10 11 77 79 and 105.
The Journal of the Assembly During the Thirty-Fifth Session of the Legislature of the State of California of 1903, Page 1700, Number 171

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 3, Number 353, 8 May 1852
Letter of the Chinaman to Governor Bigler

Daily Alta California, Volume 3, Number 135, 15 May 1852
Chinese emigration statistics

Daily Alta California, Volume 3, Number 151, 31 May 1852
Anti-chinese miner meeting

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 3, Number 372, 31 May 1852
Albert W Bee departed for Eastern States.
Note: A W Bee married on 12-21-1852
Selden McMeans' biography

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 3, Number 385, 15 June 1852
Chinese immigration and list of ships leaving China

Daily Alta California, Volume 3, Number 212, 1 August 1852
Booth Family performed in San Francisco.
John Wilkes Booth's father, J. B. Booth, Sr., and brother, Edwin Booth, left New York in June, 1852. J. B. Booth, Jr. had arrived in San Francisco in 1851.

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 3, Number 451, 2 September 1852
Alta California Telegraph Company
and
Read about the science of telegraphy

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 4, Number 493, 21 October 1852
Financial condition of the State of California

Sophronia Louise Clapp's father died on December 8, 1852.
Albert Bee married Sophronia Louise Clapp on December 21, 1852.
Ancestral register of the General Society, 1896

Marriage Place: Taunton, Massachusetts
Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840-1915
Obituary of Sophronia Bee in 1925


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