Corrections & Clarifications

In the November 15 edition of the Sentinel in the history column about Amasa Lyman, the Sentinel stated that one of Lyman’s wives, Carolyn Partridge, was living with him in San Bernardino. While Luther Ingersoll’s Century Annals of San Bernardino County, which was published in 1904 and is considered an authoritative account of early San Bernardino County history, places Carolyn Partridge in San Bernardino in the 1850s, records in Utah indicated that Carolyn Partridge did not accompany her husband to California in the 1850s, and in fact remained in Utah.
In the Sentinel’s December 5 edition, it was reported that the City of Upland has two water wells. In fact, the city owns nine currently active wells.

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