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Heslop Family Papers
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Papers belonging to the Heslop family, early Pasadena, California landowners.
Members of the Heslop (often spelled Heslope) family were early landowners in eastern Pasadena, California. José Heslop (1835-1899) was born of English and Chilean parents in Valparaiso, Chile, and he came to California and married Francisca White. She was the daughter of Michael White, an English sailor who came early to California and married the daughter of Eulalia Pérez de Guillén, through whom Francisca inherited portions of Rancho San Pascual (present-day Pasadena) and Rancho Muscupiabe near San Bernardino.
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