Warner Carrillo Ranch—Santa Ysabel Antiques & Such—Historic Sites

Warner Carrillo Ranch—Santa Ysabel Antiques & Such—Historic Sites www.sohosandiego.org Save Our Heritage Organisation's fundraising resale outlet, The Feed Store—Antiques & Such is located within the historic 1884 Santa Ysabel Store at 30275 Highway 78, Santa Ysabel, CA 92070, in its former feed store section.
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Known for salvaged and new architectural items, The Feed Store also has antiques and vintage and retro furnishings, including lighting, pottery, china, and much more. This resale outlet provides SOHO with a year-round opportunity to raise monies by providing donors with a place for cast-offs from a renovation, rehab, or restoration project; from downsizing; or from managing a family estate. Part o

Known for salvaged and new architectural items, The Feed Store also has antiques and vintage and retro furnishings, including lighting, pottery, china, and much more. This resale outlet provides SOHO with a year-round opportunity to raise monies by providing donors with a place for cast-offs from a renovation, rehab, or restoration project; from downsizing; or from managing a family estate. Part o

Operating as usual

The Santa Ysabel Store, nowadays open on Sundays, in a c.1914 photo, courtesy SOHO.
07/11/2021

The Santa Ysabel Store, nowadays open on Sundays, in a c.1914 photo, courtesy SOHO.

The Santa Ysabel Store, nowadays open on Sundays, in a c.1914 photo, courtesy SOHO.

IN 1911, GEORGE SAWDAY secured the lease on the Warner-Carrillo Ranch, which remained in his family until 1960. Sawday o...
07/10/2021

IN 1911, GEORGE SAWDAY secured the lease on the Warner-Carrillo Ranch, which remained in his family until 1960. Sawday owned and operated the largest cattle enterprise in Southern California. Born near the mining town of Julian, George was the son of Frederick Richard Sawday, a London merchant who established a general merchandise store and stage station in Witch Creek, near Santa Ysael. George built the turn-of-the-century home (on the former site of his boyhood residence) on the side of Highway 76 in Witch Creek, which is still occupied by Sawday descendants.

Image (Left to right) Ed Vail and George Sawday

IN 1911, GEORGE SAWDAY secured the lease on the Warner-Carrillo Ranch, which remained in his family until 1960. Sawday owned and operated the largest cattle enterprise in Southern California. Born near the mining town of Julian, George was the son of Frederick Richard Sawday, a London merchant who established a general merchandise store and stage station in Witch Creek, near Santa Ysael. George built the turn-of-the-century home (on the former site of his boyhood residence) on the side of Highway 76 in Witch Creek, which is still occupied by Sawday descendants.

Image (Left to right) Ed Vail and George Sawday

Due to the excessive heat warning the Warner Carrillo Ranch House Museum will be closed this weekend July 10th and 11.  ...
07/08/2021
The Warner-Carrillo Ranch House

Due to the excessive heat warning the Warner Carrillo Ranch House Museum will be closed this weekend July 10th and 11. For now, enjoy the museum's online exhibit from the cool comfort of your home. http://www.sohosandiego.org/exhibits/warnercarrillo/introduction.htm

Built in 1857 by Vicenta Carrillo, a prominent Californio woman rancher, the Warner-Carrillo Ranch House tells the story of the Southern Emigrant Trail, the Butterfield Overland Stage Station, and the prominent ranching history in the Valle de San Jose. The ranch house plays a leading role in the hi...

Myrta and Rena Hoover, listening to their dogs in rapt attention at Santa Ysabel.Courtesy Hoover Family.
07/05/2021

Myrta and Rena Hoover, listening to their dogs in rapt attention at Santa Ysabel.

Courtesy Hoover Family.

Myrta and Rena Hoover, listening to their dogs in rapt attention at Santa Ysabel.

Courtesy Hoover Family.

The Warner Carrillo Ranch House museum is open 12 to 4 today and admission is free. Celebrate July 4th with a visit and ...
07/04/2021

The Warner Carrillo Ranch House museum is open 12 to 4 today and admission is free. Celebrate July 4th with a visit and bring your friends!

The Warner Carrillo Ranch House museum is open 12 to 4 today and admission is free. Celebrate July 4th with a visit and bring your friends!

“The pie is an English institution which, planted on American soil, forthwith ran rampant and burst forth into an untold...
07/02/2021
Opinion | America forgot how to make proper pie. Can we remember before it’s too late?

“The pie is an English institution which, planted on American soil, forthwith ran rampant and burst forth into an untold variety of genera and species.”
Harriet Beecher Stowe" https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/07/01/america-forgot-how-to-make-pie-crust/?fbclid=IwAR2bAC_x4AFj6bfZS-qcpGWFcDwa4aYxEoADZa8HHQlx2gUrtxIDTS5H0co

Americans invented the dessert we call pie. Why are they letting it die?

SOHO is adding Warner-Carrillo Ranch House to the Julian Woman's Club Backcountry Quilt Trail. Other colorful quilts can...
07/01/2021
Take the Quilt Trail

SOHO is adding Warner-Carrillo Ranch House to the Julian Woman's Club Backcountry Quilt Trail. Other colorful quilts can be found at the Sawday barn in Witch Creek and the Ponchetti barn in Santa Ysabel, both of which share a historic connection to this ranch. Other barn quilts can be seen on barns, homes, and businesses in Wynola and Julian. Find more info about this project and a map at the article.

http://www.sohosandiego.org/enews/0721barnquilt.htm

Don Simon and Rick Barr are volunteers extraordinaire. Not only are they repairing all four wheels for the mud wagon with hand tools, they made shelves for the kitchen pantry and the trading post.

Myrta Hoover at Santa Ysabel, courtesy Hoover Family.
06/28/2021

Myrta Hoover at Santa Ysabel, courtesy Hoover Family.

Myrta Hoover at Santa Ysabel, courtesy Hoover Family.

Photo courtesy SOHO.
06/26/2021

Photo courtesy SOHO.

Photo courtesy SOHO.

Photo R. Lakin.
06/25/2021

Photo R. Lakin.

Photo R. Lakin.

Happy 151st Birthday to Mary Jane Taylor (1870-1966), born to Harmon Turner Helm of Missouri and his wife Maria Jesua, a...
06/22/2021

Happy 151st Birthday to Mary Jane Taylor (1870-1966), born to Harmon Turner Helm of Missouri and his wife Maria Jesua, a member of the local tribe.

Marrying Sam Taylor in 1892, she and Taylor raised 8 children at the Ranch House at Warners where Sam was hired as ranch foreman by cattle baron Walter Vail. Their three youngest children, Henry, Arthur, and Banning were born at the quaint old adobe home built by Vicenta and Ramon Carrillo in 1857.

Photo courtesy Ancestry.com.

Happy 151st Birthday to Mary Jane Taylor (1870-1966), born to Harmon Turner Helm of Missouri and his wife Maria Jesua, a member of the local tribe.

Marrying Sam Taylor in 1892, she and Taylor raised 8 children at the Ranch House at Warners where Sam was hired as ranch foreman by cattle baron Walter Vail. Their three youngest children, Henry, Arthur, and Banning were born at the quaint old adobe home built by Vicenta and Ramon Carrillo in 1857.

Photo courtesy Ancestry.com.

Feliz Cumpleanos to Josefa Yorba de Smythe (1841-1924), the 3rd child of Vicenta Yorba de Carrillo and Tomás Yorba. Jose...
06/18/2021

Feliz Cumpleanos to Josefa Yorba de Smythe (1841-1924), the 3rd child of Vicenta Yorba de Carrillo and Tomás Yorba.

Josefa was born at the Rancho de la Sierra; after Tomás died in 1845, her mother married Jose Ramon Carrillo in 1847, who became Josefa's primary father figure. A married woman of 16 years of age when Ramon and Vicenta built the Ranch House at Warners, she never resided there, having married John Sidney Smythe a year prior, when she was only 15. Josefa and John raised 9 children in Orange County.

Image courtesy Saddleback Ancestors.

Feliz Cumpleanos to Josefa Yorba de Smythe (1841-1924), the 3rd child of Vicenta Yorba de Carrillo and Tomás Yorba.

Josefa was born at the Rancho de la Sierra; after Tomás died in 1845, her mother married Jose Ramon Carrillo in 1847, who became Josefa's primary father figure. A married woman of 16 years of age when Ramon and Vicenta built the Ranch House at Warners, she never resided there, having married John Sidney Smythe a year prior, when she was only 15. Josefa and John raised 9 children in Orange County.

Image courtesy Saddleback Ancestors.

SOHO Members receive a 15% discount on all antiques purchases, so join today: http://www.sohosandiego.org/main/membershi...
06/17/2021

SOHO Members receive a 15% discount on all antiques purchases, so join today: http://www.sohosandiego.org/main/membership.htm
(Note: SOHO discounts do not apply at the privately-operated Manzanita Hardware store within the Santa Ysabel Store.)

SOHO Members receive a 15% discount on all antiques purchases, so join today: http://www.sohosandiego.org/main/membership.htm
(Note: SOHO discounts do not apply at the privately-operated Manzanita Hardware store within the Santa Ysabel Store.)

Feliz Cumpleanos to Juan Francisco Santos Yorba (1835-?), the first child of Vicenta Carrillo and her first husband, Tom...
06/16/2021

Feliz Cumpleanos to Juan Francisco Santos Yorba (1835-?), the first child of Vicenta Carrillo and her first husband, Tomás Yorba.

Juan married his cousin Isabel Serrano in 1854 at the age of 19, three years prior to his mother and stepfather Ramón building the Ranch House at Warners. While Juan and Isabel did not reside at Ranch House, he and his family were likely frequent visitors. Juan and Isabel raised 6 children in Los Angeles.

Image courtesy Calisphere.

Feliz Cumpleanos to Juan Francisco Santos Yorba (1835-?), the first child of Vicenta Carrillo and her first husband, Tomás Yorba.

Juan married his cousin Isabel Serrano in 1854 at the age of 19, three years prior to his mother and stepfather Ramón building the Ranch House at Warners. While Juan and Isabel did not reside at Ranch House, he and his family were likely frequent visitors. Juan and Isabel raised 6 children in Los Angeles.

Image courtesy Calisphere.

Circa 1890 view of the Santa Ysabel Store, courtesy SOHO.
06/12/2021

Circa 1890 view of the Santa Ysabel Store, courtesy SOHO.

Circa 1890 view of the Santa Ysabel Store, courtesy SOHO.

Hoover Family members and friends enjoying a watermelon at Santa Ysabel. Courtesy Hoover Family.
06/11/2021

Hoover Family members and friends enjoying a watermelon at Santa Ysabel. Courtesy Hoover Family.

Hoover Family members and friends enjoying a watermelon at Santa Ysabel. Courtesy Hoover Family.

SOHO Members receive a 15% discount on all antiques purchases, so join today: http://www.sohosandiego.org/main/membershi...
06/06/2021

SOHO Members receive a 15% discount on all antiques purchases, so join today: http://www.sohosandiego.org/main/membership.htm
(Note: SOHO discounts do not apply at the privately-operated Manzanita Hardware store within the Santa Ysabel Store.)

SOHO Members receive a 15% discount on all antiques purchases, so join today: http://www.sohosandiego.org/main/membership.htm
(Note: SOHO discounts do not apply at the privately-operated Manzanita Hardware store within the Santa Ysabel Store.)

The c.1895 Hoover Barn in Santa Ysabel was restored by Save Our Heritage Organisation in 2014-2016. Late 1890s photo cou...
06/05/2021

The c.1895 Hoover Barn in Santa Ysabel was restored by Save Our Heritage Organisation in 2014-2016. Late 1890s photo courtesy Kathryn Greene.

The c.1895 Hoover Barn in Santa Ysabel was restored by Save Our Heritage Organisation in 2014-2016. Late 1890s photo courtesy Kathryn Greene.

Come see our enhanced exhibit spaces and expanded museum shop!
06/04/2021

Come see our enhanced exhibit spaces and expanded museum shop!

Come see our enhanced exhibit spaces and expanded museum shop!

Feliz Cumpleanos to Edelfrida Carrillo de Alvarado!Edelfrida Carrillo de Alvarado (1854-1930) was the second daughter of...
05/31/2021

Feliz Cumpleanos to Edelfrida Carrillo de Alvarado!

Edelfrida Carrillo de Alvarado (1854-1930) was the second daughter of Vicenta and Ramon Carrillo. Born at Rancho la Sierra in Santa Ana, Edelfrida was a toddler when her parents built the Ranch House at Warner’s, and left at the age of 14 when the family moved to Anaheim. She married Ramon Federico Alvarado in 1874; the couple had no children.

Photo courtesy Calisphere.

Feliz Cumpleanos to Edelfrida Carrillo de Alvarado!

Edelfrida Carrillo de Alvarado (1854-1930) was the second daughter of Vicenta and Ramon Carrillo. Born at Rancho la Sierra in Santa Ana, Edelfrida was a toddler when her parents built the Ranch House at Warner’s, and left at the age of 14 when the family moved to Anaheim. She married Ramon Federico Alvarado in 1874; the couple had no children.

Photo courtesy Calisphere.

This is a great time to check out our neighbors across the street! Farmhouse 78, now open for breakfast at 8 am on weeke...
05/30/2021
Farmhouse 78 | Country Eatery in Santa Ysabel, CA

This is a great time to check out our neighbors across the street! Farmhouse 78, now open for breakfast at 8 am on weekends. And also open at 8am this Memorial day. Family-owned.
Farmhouse 78
Www.farmhouse78.com

Welcome to Farmhouse 78, where friends and family gather ‘round our table. We serve casual, contemporary American fare prepared from scratch! We craft food with an emphasis on hand-made deliciousness and charming presentation.

The Warner Carrillo Ranch House is open over theMemorial Day Holiday Weekend! We look forward to seeing you!Today, Satur...
05/29/2021

The Warner Carrillo Ranch House is open over the
Memorial Day Holiday Weekend! We look forward to seeing you!
Today, Saturday, and Sunday 12-4pm!

The Warner Carrillo Ranch House is open over the
Memorial Day Holiday Weekend! We look forward to seeing you!
Today, Saturday, and Sunday 12-4pm!

Photo: Santa Ysabel about 1898, courtesy SOHO.
05/29/2021

Photo: Santa Ysabel about 1898, courtesy SOHO.

Photo: Santa Ysabel about 1898, courtesy SOHO.

Photo R. Lakin.
05/28/2021

Photo R. Lakin.

Photo R. Lakin.

"History can be an immersive experience; surrounding yourself in our nation’s past by walking its floorboards, getting t...
05/27/2021

"History can be an immersive experience; surrounding yourself in our nation’s past by walking its floorboards, getting to know its primary characters, and breathing the same air can be more impactful than reading a book."- National Trust for Historic Preservation

Visit the Warner Carrillo ranch house this weekend!
The Warner-Carrillo Ranch House is located at 29181 San Felipe Road in Warner Springs, on the S2/half mile east of the 79 junction.
29181 San Felipe Road
Warner Springs CA 92086

"History can be an immersive experience; surrounding yourself in our nation’s past by walking its floorboards, getting to know its primary characters, and breathing the same air can be more impactful than reading a book."- National Trust for Historic Preservation

Visit the Warner Carrillo ranch house this weekend!
The Warner-Carrillo Ranch House is located at 29181 San Felipe Road in Warner Springs, on the S2/half mile east of the 79 junction.
29181 San Felipe Road
Warner Springs CA 92086

View of Santa Ysabel heading south from Julian on the road to San Diego, with the General Merchandise Store on the left....
05/22/2021

View of Santa Ysabel heading south from Julian on the road to San Diego, with the General Merchandise Store on the left. Other than a sprinkling of additional buildings over the past century, not much has changed since this c.1900 photo was taken.

Courtesy SOHO.

View of Santa Ysabel heading south from Julian on the road to San Diego, with the General Merchandise Store on the left. Other than a sprinkling of additional buildings over the past century, not much has changed since this c.1900 photo was taken.

Courtesy SOHO.

David Leonard Hoover’s General Merchandise Store and adjacent hotel in Santa Ysabel, c. 1894. Note the "Meat Market" acr...
05/17/2021

David Leonard Hoover’s General Merchandise Store and adjacent hotel in Santa Ysabel, c. 1894. Note the "Meat Market" across Washington Street, where Red Hawk Realty is located today.

Photo courtesy SOHO.

David Leonard Hoover’s General Merchandise Store and adjacent hotel in Santa Ysabel, c. 1894. Note the "Meat Market" across Washington Street, where Red Hawk Realty is located today.

Photo courtesy SOHO.

Shout out to this great backcountry resource. Check it out! Mountain Made!https://www.mountainmademe.com/post/service-co...
05/15/2021
San Diego County Service Companies Resource Guide: Finding the Perfect Person for Your Odd Job

Shout out to this great backcountry resource. Check it out!
Mountain Made!
https://www.mountainmademe.com/post/service-companies-resource-guide?fbclid=IwAR0wLEEIYFy-3vs5ahENPJqICGdVV1YsZeaqMPQkyHEY-1tgNw_fTKaQHAo

Backcountry living is an old-fashioned lifestyle. We are neighborly, pay a little extra for the convenience of buying something locally, and in many ways, still live off the land. No matter what lifestyle you choose, there are pros and cons. One of the inconveniences of rural life is that it can be....

The Warner-Carrillo Ranch House in Warner Springs is once again open on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4pm!For your ...
05/14/2021

The Warner-Carrillo Ranch House in Warner Springs is once again open on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4pm!

For your safety, we will allow up to six visitors in the house at a time, and all must wear masks. Thank you for understanding and helping us to keep everyone safe.

29181 San Felipe Road
Warner Springs CA 92086

http://sohosandiego.org/enews/0521wcrhreopens.htm

The Warner-Carrillo Ranch House in Warner Springs is once again open on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4pm!

For your safety, we will allow up to six visitors in the house at a time, and all must wear masks. Thank you for understanding and helping us to keep everyone safe.

29181 San Felipe Road
Warner Springs CA 92086

http://sohosandiego.org/enews/0521wcrhreopens.htm

Photo R. Lakin.
05/14/2021

Photo R. Lakin.

Photo R. Lakin.

The Warner-Carrillo Ranch House as it appeared in 1929 for a #throwbackthursday. #tbtImage courtesy SDHC.
05/13/2021

The Warner-Carrillo Ranch House as it appeared in 1929 for a #throwbackthursday. #tbt

Image courtesy SDHC.

The Warner-Carrillo Ranch House as it appeared in 1929 for a #throwbackthursday. #tbt

Image courtesy SDHC.

The Julian Pie Company is accepting applications for customer service, early morning baking, and driver positions. Compe...
05/11/2021

The Julian Pie Company is accepting applications for customer service, early morning baking, and driver positions.

Competitive pay, signing bonus, and benefits, which include; dental, health insurance, vision, 401K, and PIE!

For more information call (760) 765-2400 and ask for Rhonda, or email her at [email protected].

The Julian Pie Company is accepting applications for customer service, early morning baking, and driver positions.

Competitive pay, signing bonus, and benefits, which include; dental, health insurance, vision, 401K, and PIE!

For more information call (760) 765-2400 and ask for Rhonda, or email her at [email protected].

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30275 Highway 78
Santa Ysabel, CA
92070

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I worked for mt.gas when we lived in santa ysabel. Lil was the unofficial mayor, the double m cafe was across the road. Good times. We owned the garage.
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For anyone who loves living this way
For anyone who loves living this way. Dress like it’s 1894
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