Charles David Maria Weber

Charles M. Weber was a German-born businessman in San Jose who obtained a 50,000-acre land grant on which he raised cattle, mined gold, and founded the city of Stockton as a business center for the southern mines.  He led the defense of San Jose during the uprising against Micheltorena in 1845 and led a cavalry company in the same region during the Mexican War to aid the United States.

J. Pitcher Spooner photo. , Stockton, July 4, 1880. 
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