The youngest of the Nicoleños who may have arrived in San Pedro on the schooner Peor es Nada, this boy was about five years old and was baptized as Tomás Guadalupe in the Los Angeles Plaza Church in December 1835. He appears to have lived with his godmother’s family in Los Angeles until 1859. Tomás Guadalupe was alive when the Lone Woman was brought from San Nicolas Island to Santa Barbara in 1853.
DATE OF BIRTH: Unknown
PLACE OF BIRTH: Son of Indians from San Nicolas Island (baptismal record)
DATE OF DEATH: Unknown
PLACE OF BURIAL: Unknown
Morris, Susan L., John R. Johnson, Steven J. Schwartz, René L. Vellanoweth, Glenn J. Farris, Sara L. Schwebel. “The Nicoleños in Los Angeles: Documenting the Fate of the Lone Woman’s Community.” Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 36, 1 (2016).
Last updated: November 17, 2018