From: Sherry Balow
Date: Wed, 31 May 2000 09:34:22 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Ebenezer PRICE
My gg grandfather, Ebenezer PRICE, came to California in 1849. He and his brother, William PRICE, traveled with other boys from Knox County, IL. Family history has him digging for gold on a little stream called Gold Run that emptied into the Yuba River, located about 30 miles northof Sacramento. It's been suggested that he was actually at Sutters Hock Farm, which fits better geographically. The only Gold Run I located was east of Sacramento. Does anyone know if records exist from Sutters Hock Farm--where I might write for info--etc.?
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