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The home of Francisco Sanchez (B. 1805, D. 1862). Alcalde of San Francisco and Commandante of Militia under the Mexican Republic. Grantee of the 8,926 Ð acre Rancho San Pedro, and later a respected American citizen. His house built 1842-46. Afterwards was owned and remodeled by General Edward Kirkpatrick. It was purchased by the County of San Mateo in 1947 to be preserved as a public museum.
Historical Landmark No. 391
California State Park Commission
Monument based erected by the County of San Mateo in Cooperation with the San Mateo County Historical Association
Dedicated June 6, 1953