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    Morro Bay is also known as: San Luis Obispo County / Morro Bay city.

    Morro Bay contains: Morro Rock, Hollister Peak, and Cerro Cabrillo.

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  • History

    The prehistory of Morro Bay relates to Chumash settlement, particularly near the mouth of Morro Creek. At least as early as the Millingstone Horizon thousands of years before present, there was an extensive settlement along the banks and terraces above Morro Creek. Morro Rock was named in 1542 by Portuguese navigator Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo, who explored the Pacific Coast for Spain. Cabrillo called the rock El Moro because it resembled the head of a Moor, the people from North Africa known for the turbans they wore. However, the dictionary definition for the Spanish word "morro" ("pebble") is also consistent with the shape of the rock, and so the term morro is frequently used wherever such a distinctive rock-like mountain is found within the Spanish speaking world. The first recorded Filipino immigrants to America arrived at Morro Bay on October 18, 1587, from the Spanish galleon Nuestra Señora de Esperanza. While governed by Mexico, large land grants split the surrounding area into cattle and dairy ranchos. ...

    The official website for the city of Morro Bay is http://www.morro-bay.ca.us/.

    There are currently 2 funeral home listings for the city of Morro Bay, California.

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Benedict-Rettey Mortuary
1401 Quintana Rd Send flowers
Morro Bay, CA 93443


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Garden Wedding Chapel
845 Main St Send flowers
Morro Bay, CA 93443

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