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SITE OF DON BERNARDO YORBA HACIENDA
On this land, portion of Santa Ana grant awarded by King of Spain 1810 to Jose Antonio Yorba, and additional grants to his son by Governor Jose Figueroa 1834, was created Hacienda of Don Bernardo Yorba. Greatest ranchero of golden age, Bernardo Yorba was third son of Jose Yorba, who came to California with Don Gaspar de Portola 1769, and established California's first family.
State Registered Landmark No. 226
Marker placed by California Centennials Commission
Base furnished by Placentia Round Table Club,
Dedicated May 3, 1950