Louise Moulton Hanson, interview by Bettie Webber, March 16, 1994, OH 2355, Center for Oral and Public History, California State University, Fullerton.
|Born||14 May 1856|
Marithurry, Mouguerre, France 
Jean Pierre Daguerre (1896-1911) born in Hasparren, Basses-Pyrenees, France.
|Daguerre, Jean Pierre Marithurry Mouguerre birth 1856|
|Census||1900||San Juan Capistrano, California |
|California, Orange, San Juan, District 145-9a, page 17|
|Census||1910||El Toro, California |
|California, Orange, San Juan, District 0237-1a, page 1|
|Daguerre, Jean Pierre – 1910 census family and hired help|
|Died||05 May 1911||El Toro, California |
|Daguerre, Jean Pierre death article 1911|
|Daguerre, Jean Pierre obituary 1911|
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Palmdale L.A. Co
May 15th, 1894
Mr. Lewis Moulton,
Very Dear Companion,
I would like to let you know that the desert is very dry. There isn’t anything. On the way [here] we had a lot of work and a lot of misery as far as water and meadow. The animals are quite hurt [injured]. I have lost some. Last night it snowed on the mountain range and water in the desert. Maybe now we will be a little better.
And would like that if you send the bulls if you can by the 20th [of the month] to Mojave without fail and send a man with them and a good shepherd because I have one that isn’t worth anything. You can send him along with the bull fighter.
Much affection to you and you wife, and to my family [Without anything else to say], I wait for news from you
Jean Pierre Daguerre
3/18 -Dated Los Angeles Calif.
To L F Moulton
El Toro Calif.
Will arrive at Boston [sic] tomorrow at Eleven noon.
Jean Piere [sic] Daguerre