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Feraud (Charles) papers, 1820-1970.
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Charles John Feraud was the son of Julius Feraud, who immigrated from France and operated the Feraud General Merchandise Store and Feraud Bakery in what is now known as the 1903 Building. The family operated their store out of this building until 1944. worked in the family store, but was also employed as an oil worker and water well contractor at various times. He married Franchesca and the couple had two children, Francis "Panchita" and Jules. Charles passed on July 26, 1953 at the age of 63. He is buried at Ivy Lawn Memorial Park. This collection contains the business and personal papers of Charles J. Feraud. Materials include financial papers from his estate, ranches and companies, ledgers, journals, a scrapbook on George C. Power, and newspaper clippings.
Charles John Feraud was born on April 3, 1890, in Ventura to Julius and Frances Yáñez Feraud. Julius immigrated from France and Frances was Mexican-American. They had 6 children, including Charles. Their other children were Anselmo (1883–1917), Frank (1886–1962), Ernest (1892–1966), Antonio (1898–1960), and Nettie (1900–1970).
1.28 Cubic Feet (1 box)
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