L.L. Lockling was an early San Diego engineer and surveyor.
A contemporary of Alonzo Horton, Lockling Square, San Diego’s first athletic field, bounded by Sixth, Seventh, C, and D (Broadway), was given Lockling for surveying New San Diego.
[Rancho San Diego Island] Plat of the Island or Peninsula of San Diego finally Confirmed to Archibald C. Peachy and William H. Aspinwall surveyed under instructions from the U.S. Surveyor General by Henry Hancock, Deputy Surveyor June and July 1867. Containing 4185 46/100 Acres. | This Tabulation Checked by Renwick & Dempsey With Map Attached To The Original Patent, And The Following Errors Found In This Copy.
San Diego / 1868 (June 3rd 1880)
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