Search NoeHill   Contact NoeHill  
NoeHill.com
  Home    San Francisco    California    The West    The World Visit NoeHill on Facebook Visit NoeHill on Twitter  
 
 
  
 California Intro
 California Map
  
 Alameda
 Alpine
 Amador
 Butte
 Calaveras
 Colusa
 Contra Costa
 Del Norte
 El Dorado
 Fresno
 Glenn
 Humboldt
 Imperial
 Inyo
 Kern
 Kings
 Lake
 Lassen
 Los Angeles
 Madera
 Marin
 Mariposa
 Mendocino
 Merced
 Modoc
 Mono
 Monterey
 Napa
 Nevada
 Orange
 Placer
 Plumas
 Riverside
 Sacramento
 San Benito
 San Bernardino
 San Diego
 San Francisco
 San Joaquin
 San Luis Obispo
 San Mateo
 Santa Barbara
 Santa Clara
 Santa Cruz
 Shasta
 Sierra
 Siskiyou
 Solano
 Sonoma
 Stanislaus
 Sutter
 Tehama
 Trinity
 Tulare
 Tuolumne
 Ventura
 Yolo
 Yuba
 
California Historical Landmarks in San Joaquin County
 
 
 
California Landmark 513
John Brown (Juan Flaco) Burial Place
1100 E Weber St at North Union Street
Stockton
 
John Brown (Juan Flaco) Burial Place

In 1846, during American conquest of California, John Brown -nicknamed Juan Flaco - rode from Los Angeles to San Francisco in four days to warn Commodore Stockton of the siege of Los Angeles, and troops were sent to secure the city. This 'Paul Revere of California,' who lived in Stockton from 1851 to 1859, is buried in the former Citizen's Cemetery near this site.

Citation from California Office of Historic Preservation

 
 
Previous Landmark | Next Landmark
San Joaquin County Index | San Joaquin County Map