Laura Francis Carrillo
- Marriage: Albert Joseph Moreno before 1914
Daughter to A. E. Carrillo and Francisca Sepulveda. Her great-grandfather was Don Carlos Carrillo, the first Provincial Governor of California. Grand-daughter of Josefa Bandini de Carrillo, who made the first United States flag raised in this State, in 1846, at the request of Commodore Stockton and General Kearney. Is a direct descendant of Commander Don Jose Bandini of the Spanish man o' war "Nemfa," which played a prominent part in the Battle of Trafalgar, between Spain, France and England.
Among the family heirlooms is a certificate of grant, setting aside for the use of Carlos Antonio Carrillo and his family, one of the five original Spanish allotments in California, proving, conclusively, her perfect right to be named a daughter of the oldest family in the State of California.
Her family holds original papers of grant to the Rancho La Brea, including the royal privilege of locating and naming the capital of the Californias. Carlos Antonio Carrillo, in accordance, selected the present site of the city of Lost Angeles, laying claim, thereby, to the honor of founding this city.
He was inaugurated governor in this city in the year 1837, with great pomp and ceremony.
One of her great-grandfathers was born on the site of the present city of Santa Barbara in the 1783, six years before the adoption of the constitution of the United States.
The Carrillo family originated in Spain, its first settlement on this continent being at Loreto, Baja California, previous to the landing of the Pilgrims in 1620.
Laura married Albert Joseph Moreno, son of Jesus Feliz Moreno and Susanna Montano, before 1914. (Albert Joseph Moreno was born in 1878 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA,92 died on 19 May 1956 in Miles City, Custer, Montana, USA 95,96 and was buried in Miles City, Custer, Montana, USA 97.)