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Spreadsheet of Habeas Corpus Cases with names of detainees and detainees' fathers in the Ninth District Court of Northern California for the period from October, 1889 to June, 1892.
The original index is located at the National Archives in San Bruno, California.

The following detainees alleged they had been born in Los Angeles, California.

Wong Ying Ack

Wong Ying Ack was born to Wong Shen Kit(father) and Lee Shee (mother) in 1864 at Los Angeles, California. He left for China in 1881 on the steamship Oceanic. He returned on the steamship Belgic, and arrived in San Francisco on October 4, 1889. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Wong Ah Fook petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on October 11, 1889. A bond was posted. Ward McAllister, Jr., Special Referee and Examiner, recommended Discharge on December 17, 1889. Detainee was represented by Lyman Mowry. On December 17, 1889, an Order of Discharge allowed him to remain in the country.

Wong Ah Fook

Wong Ah Fook was born to Wong Han Chin (father) and Pong Shee (mother) in 1865 at Los Angeles, California. He left for China in 1881 on the steamship Belgic. He returned on the steamship Belgic, and arrived in San Francisco on October 4, 1889. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Wong Ah Gee petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on October 14, 1989. A bond was posted. Ward McAllister, Jr., Special Referee and Examiner, recommended Remand on November 6, 1889. Detainee was represented by F. E. Stranahan. However, on February 24, 1890, an Order of Discharge allowed him to stay in the country.

Wong Han Ngip

Wong Han Ngip was born to Wong Yan Kim (father) and Lim Shee (mother) in 1866 at Los Angeles, California. He left for China on May 6, 1882 on the steamship Meath. He returned on the steamship City of Peking, and arrived in San Francisco on October 18, 1889. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Wong You Ock petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on October 24, 1889. A bond was posted. Detainee was represented by Alfred Ricketts. On December 17, 1889, an Order of Discharge allowed him to stay in the country.

Loo Ah Wah

Loo Ah Wah was born to Loo Loong Sing (father) and Toy Shee (mother) in 1873 at Los Angeles, California. He left for China on September 20, 1881 on the steamship Gaelic. He returned on the steamship Oceanic, and arrived in San Francisco on April 10, 1890. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Loo Loong Sing petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on April 14, 1890. Ward McAllister, Jr., Special Referee and Examiner, recommended Remand on May 2, 1890. Detainee was represented by Lyman Mowry. On June 3, 1890, an Order of Remand was issued to place him on the Belgic bound for Hong Kong.

Wong Look Dark
The immigration file of Wong Look Dark's son was opened in 1916.

Wong Look Dark was born to Wong Hen Gan (father) and Chin Shee (mother) in 1864 at Los Angeles, California. He left for China on October 2, 1800 on the steamship Belgic. He returned on the steamship City of Peking, and arrived in San Francisco on June 4, 1890. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Wong Hen Bow petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on June 10, 1890. Ward McAllister, Jr., Special Referee and Examiner, recommended Discharge on October 21, 1890. Detainee was represented by Alfred Ricketts. On October 21, 1890, an Order of Discharge allowed him to remain in the country.

Yong Im

Yong Im was born to Yong Gah Wah (father) and Lee See (mother) in 1866 at Los Angeles, California. He left for China on July 15, 1879 on the steamship Belgic. He returned on the steamship Oceanic, and arrived in San Francisco on June 14, 1890. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Yow Bun petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on June 19, 1890. A bond was posted. Ward McAllister, Jr., Special Referee and Examiner, recommended Discharge on July 29, 1890. Detainee was represented by Lyman Mowry. On February 4, 1891, an Order of Discharge allowed him to remain in the country.

Wong Suey Gaow
Wong Suey Gaow's file also includes an immigration file that was opened about the same time as the Habeas Corpus file.

Wong Suey Gaow was born to Wong Chung (father) and Ah Dock (mother) in 1885 at Los Angeles, California. She left for China on December 21, 1886 on the steamship Gaelic. She returned on the steamship City of Peking, and arrived in San Francisco on August 13, 1890. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for her landing. Wong Chung petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on August 19, 1890. A bond was posted. Ward McAllister, Jr., Special Referee and Examiner, recommended Discharge on December 18, 1890. Detainee was represented by Alfred Ricketts. On December 18, 1890, an Order of Discharge allowed her to remain in the country.

Wong Len Fon

Wong Len Fon was born to Wong Ngin Kip (father) and Quan Shee (mother) in 1866 at Los Angeles, California. He left for China on July 22, 1882 on the steamship Belgic. He returned on the steamship Gaelic and arrived in San Francisco on September 17, 1890. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Quan En Ngip petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on September 30, 1890. A bond was posted. S. C. Houghton, Special Referee and Examiner, recommended Remand on February 3, 1892. Detainee was represented by Alfred Ricketts. On February 3, 1892, an Order of Remand instructed the Marshall to remove him from the country. The Marshall could not find the detainee to remand him.

Wong Cun

Wong Cun was born to Wong Yuck Hing (father) and Chin Shee (mother) in 1871 at Los Angeles, California. He left for China on July 22, 1882 on the steamship Belgic. He returned on the steamship Gaelic, and arrived in San Francisco on September 17, 1890. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Wong Leong Gee petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on September 30, 1890. A bond was posted. S.C. Houghton, Special Referee and Examiner, recommended Remand on January 29, 1892. Detainee was represented by Alfred Ricketts. On February 3, 1892, an Order of Remand instructed the Marshall to remove him from the country. The Marshall could not find the detainee to remand him.

Hom Hong Nep

Hom Hong Nep was born to Hom Dooey (father) and Leong Shee (mother) in 1867 at Los Angeles, California. He left for China on December 4, 1880 on the steamship City of Tokyo. He returned on the steamship China, and arrived in San Francisco on September 30, 1890. The Collector of the Port of San Francisco refused permission for his landing. Hom Que petitioned for a Writ of Habeas Corpus on October 7, 1890. A bond was posted. S.C. Houghton, Special Referee and Examiner, recommended Remand on January 28, 1892. Detainee was represented by Alfred Ricketts. On February 3, 1892, an Order of Remand instructed the Marshall to remove him from the country. The Marshall could not find the detainee to remand him.

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