Biography of Edwin Ladner
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Edwin Ladner. Was born in the county of Cornwall, England, January 16, 1842, and there received his education. August 17, 1863, he joined the police force in the above county, resigned September 4, 1866, and four days later started for California, arriving in San Francisco October 24, 1866. His first work in the State was mining in the Mount Diablo coal mines. In January, 1867, he moved to Margin, and engaged in dairying and farming in Tomales township; in 1869, he leased the Crocker ranch, now owned by H. Elphick; thence he proceeded to the Marshall tract in 1870, where he remained four years; then moved on the Patrick Fox, commons known as the Big Rock ranch, near San Rafael, where he resided five years. In the Fall of 1879, he returned to Tomales township and settled on his present farm of four hundred acres, located about half way between Tomales and Marshall, on the hill road. Mr. Ladner married, February 9, 1872, Nancy Clark Himmah, a native of Cheatham county, Tennessee, by whom he has Albert Edwin, born June 28, 1873, and Amelia Ann, born July 2, 1877.

From:
History of Marin County, California
Alley, Bowen & Co., Publishers
San Francisco, California 1880


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