Collection contains records of cases tried at the Analy Township Justice Court between 1916 and 1951 and at its successor,
the Analy Judicial District Court, between 1952 and 1959.
Prior to June 1998, California's trial courts consisted of Superior and Municipal courts, each with its own jurisdiction and
with its number of judges fixed by the Legislature; prior to 1951, the Analy Township Justice Court was one of twelve such
inferior courts in the County. The Justice Court (also known as the Analy Township Justice's Court; more formally designated
as the State of California's Justice Court for Analy Township), had jurisdiction over Analy Township in western Sonoma County,
California, which included the City of Sebastopol.
11 volumes (1.6 linear feer)
Collection does not circulate and may be photocopied or photographed by arrangement only.
Materials stored offsite, but collection is open to research. In many cases, further details on individual volumes can be
found by calling staff at the Sonoma County History and Genealogy Library. To view these materials, please call staff at
to request they be brought from the Archives to the Library