|Birth: ||Jul. 28, 1827|
San Francisco County
|Death: ||Jun. 28, 1846|
He and his twin brother Ramon de Haro were the sons of Don Francisco de Haro and Emiliana "Miliana" de los Reyes Sanchez.
They were born in Yerba Buena in Alta California, Mexico (later, San Francisco, California, United States).
He and his twin were murdered, along with their "uncle" (a relative on their mother's side) Jose de los Reyes Berreyessa, while traveling to Sonoma from San Francisco to visit family.
The twins' ownership of Potrero Hill in San Francisco resulted in the U.S. Supreme Court opinion, De Haro v. United States, 72 U.S. 5 Wall. 599 (1866), issued 20 years after their death.
In addition, their murder was used against John C. Fremont, when he ran in 1856 as the Republican party candidate for U.S. president against James Buchanan, because Captain Fremont was responsible for their murder. Fremont lost the election in part because of this "military blunder."
Don Francisco de Haro (1792 - 1849)
Emiliana de los Reyes Sanchez de Haro (1804 - 1842)
Josefa de Haro Denniston (1825 - 1887)*
Ramon de Haro (1827 - 1846)*
Francisco de Haro (1827 - 1846)
Rosalia de Haro Brown (1828 - 1901)*
Natividad de Haro Tissot (1829 - 1919)*
Maria Candelaria Sacramento de Haro Prusso (1834 - 1913)*
Carlotta de Haro Denniston (1834 - 1880)*
Alonzo de Haro (1842 - 1914)*
Body lost or destroyed
Specifically: The bodies of the murdered de Haro twins and that of their mother's elderly cousin were not turned over to relatives, nor were they buried.
Created by: Titania
Record added: Nov 12, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80301613
Added: Nov. 12, 2011