Thomas H. Estey. Born in Sharon, Massachusetts, August 12, 1826. At the age of seventeen he left his native
State and followed the sea until the gold excitement of 1848. On February 10, 1849, sailed from Boston, arriving
in San Francisco September 12th of the same year. Went to the mines in October, at Mud Springs, Placer county,
worked there for the most part of three years. Afterwards followed hunting in the Sacramento valley in the Winter.
In May, 1857, came to Margin county and commenced dairying on Salmon creek, In 1862 left Margin for San Luis Obispo
county, bought stock and lost them in the drouth of 1863-4, Returned to Margin in 1865; in October, 1866, leased
for five years nine hundred acres of land and one hundred cows from the late James Black, in partnership with his
brother Charles, At the end of the lease, in 1871, they bought their present home of two hundred and forty acres.
Married January 15, 1875, Hannah E. Gannon, a native of New York. Mr. Estey was a member of the Constitutional
Convention in 1878.
History of Marin County, California
Alley, Bowen & Co., Publishers
San Francisco, California 1880
Marin County, CA
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