Father Serra Missions

Year

Missions founded by Junípero Serra

1769

San Diego de Alcalá

1770

San Carlos Borromeo (Carmel)

1771

San Antonio de Padua (Jolon)

1771

San Gabriel Arcángel

1772

San Luís Obispo de Tolosa

1776

San Francisco de Asís

1776

San Juan Capistrano

1777

Santa Clara de Asís

1782

San Buenaventura (Ventura)

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Monterey County Historical Society, Local History Pages--Father Junipero Serra
Serra served among the Pame Indians from 1750 until 1758, and Palóu stayed even longer. In 1752, Serra was appointed a commissioner of the Holy Office of the Inquisition for the Sierra Gorda district, and for other areas he happened to be ...
http://www.mchsmuseum.com/serra.html

Junípero Serra
Between 1769 and 1784, Serra founded the following nine missions: San Diego (1769), San Carlos Borromeo (1770), San Antonio (1771), San Gabriel (1771), San Luis Obispo (1772), San Francisco (1776), San Juan Capistrano (1776), Santa Clara (1777 ...
http://www.californiahistory.net/4_PAGES/missions_junipero.htm

Father
His mother's name was Beatrice, his brother's name Alvah. My mother and father married in St. Patrick's Cathederal in NYC. He was in the navy, I believe on a submarine. They divorced when I was 7, although they had been separated for many years ...
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/state/webbbs/queries/index.cgi?read=158