Landlubbing Pirate Tiburcio Tapia - Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member bluesnote
N 34° 06.717 W 117° 32.057
11S E 450724 N 3774697
Quick Description: A dedicated plaque to a local pirate of the 1830s. Legion has it that he buried treasure under a tree which has yet to be found.
Location: California, United States
Date Posted: 4/5/2021 9:07:28 PM
Waymark Code: WM14393
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member monkeys4ever
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Long Description:
The plaque says, "Dedicated to the Landlubbing Pirate Tiburcio Tapia who came to Cucamonga in 1839 with a fortune earned in the Wild West Days of Los Angeles where he sold a variety of smuggled goods from around the world. He set up a temporary home to watch his cattle, but never permanently settle in this dry and dangerous fringe of the frontier. Without a bank in the area, Tapia is rumored to have buried his gold under a local tree where it remains to this day."
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