Angela Bernal is assigned 530 acres of the Rancho del Valle de San Jose, including Plot 42- the land that will include 309 Neal Street. Angela and her husband Joshua Neal have two daughters, Maria and Josefa Neal.
Josefa ”Leta” Neal marries Thomas William Harris. They have two sons, Neal and Myron Harris. A later map indicates that Josefa owns Plot 42, but her sister Maria will be included on the future deed.
The Queen Anne cottage at 309 Neal Street is built in approximately 1900.
Town Trustee Charles Schween purchases the property from Josefa Neal Harris and Maria Neal Morris.
The Schween family moves out. It is unknown who, if anyone, occupies the residence from 1911-1929.
George Spencer Barry purchases the property from Charles Schween and his wife Mary Schween. Barry and his wife Mildred move in briefly.
Apparently Barry leases out the property, and in December the Pleasanton Hospital opens. There are indications the hospital operated less than a year.
In February Frank Maggioli and his son-in-law George West, Jr. purchase the property from Mildred and G. Spencer Barry. George, Wanda, and Jean West (age 2), and Frank and Alice Maggioli move into the house.
In March, George West Jr.’s Star Taxi and Transfer Service relocates to 309 Neal Street, which includes a large barn garage.
George Jr. and Wanda West acquire parcel two –the back portion of 309 Neal Street– from Myron and Neal Harris, Josefa’s sons.
Jean West Jones inherits the property after Wanda’s passing in 1987.
After 83 years in the possession of the Maggioli-West-Jones family, the residence at 309 Neal Street is sold after Jean's death in 2015.