Pablo de la Guerra
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Pablo de la Guerra (November 29, 1819 – February 5, 1874), from the de la Guerra family of Santa Barbara, California, was the Acting Lieutenant Governor of California, 1861-1862. He served in the California State Senate 2nd District. He was a Democrat.
In 1838 Guerra became an Administrator.
In 1849 he served as a delegate representing Santa Barbara District at the First California Constitutional Convention.
On May 1, 1851 Guerra nearly resigned from the State Senate, but returned to the position which he held until 1861 when he became the leader of the senate, which led to his term as acting lieutenant governor.
From 1861-1862 he served as the Acting Lieutenant Governor.
From 1863-1873 he was the District Judge for the 17th Judicial District.
- "Pablo De La Guerra". Join California. Retrieved 16 August 2012.
- Guinn, J.M. Historical and biographical record of southern California : containing a history of southern California from its earliest settlement to the opening year of the twentieth century ; also containing biographies of well-known citizens of the past and present, Chapman Publishing Company, Chicago, 1902, OCLC 15646879, 1295 pages, see pages 220-221.
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