Cap'n Harry Love
Mission City Memorial Park
420 N Winchester Blvd, Santa Clara
6/29/2003 Walt  Stevens and Mt Charlie Chapter 1850
Additional info : Harry Love, News Article

LOVE

HERE LIES CAPTAIN HARRY LOVE, WHO WITH A TROOP OF TWENTY OTHERS, ON JULY 25,
1853 ALLEGEDLY KILLED BANDITS JOAQUIN MURRIETA AND THREE FINGERED JACK NEAR
ARROYO DE CANTUA, FRESNO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. BORN IN VERMONT, LOVE FIRST VISITED CALIFORNIA AS AN ARMY EXPRESS RIDER AND EXPLORER OF THE RIO GRANDE. LOVE ARRIVED
IN SAN FRANCISCO IN DECEMBER OF 1850 AND TOOK RESIDENCE IN MARIPOSA COUNTY. HE WAS COMMISSIONED AS CAPTAIN OF THE CALIFORNIA RANGERS ON MAY 28, 1853 AND IN THE
FOLLOWING YEAR MARRIED MARY MCSWAIN BENNETT OF SANTA CLARA. CAPTAIN HARRY LOVE DIED IN THE MISSION CITY ON JUNE 29, 1868 FROM A WOUND RECEIVED IN A GUNFIGHT WITH
AN EMPLOYEE OF HIS THEN ESTRANGED WIFE.

ERECTED JUNE 29, 2003
MOUNTAIN CHARLIE #1850 & JOAQUIN MURRIETA #13
E CLAMPUS VITUS