According to the Star Trek: Lower Decks showrunner Mike McMahan,
The ship is in great condition. It’s a California-class ship, which has always existed in Starfleet — [this is] what we’re saying — that they’re the utility support ships. In the California-class [line], there are three types of hull painting: there’s blue, red, and yellow.
This means that California-class ships were likely ubiquitous in the The Next Generation/Deep Space Nine era from an in-universe perspective. California-class ships likely frequently called at DS9, and many of the crew of the Enterprise-D and Voyager would likely have had service history on board a California-class ship at some point in their careers or at least encountered one.
To this end, are there any specific pre-Lower Decks ships that we now (with the release of Lower Decks and supporting material) know to have been California-class? To be clear, I'm looking for more evidence than "yes, they were there" and asking about specific ships, whether or not named. For example, a source indicating that one of the ships lost at Wolf 359 was California-class would count, even if the ship is not named, since we know there were at most 40-ish ships there and not an indefinitely vague number. Likewise, a source indicating that the unseen but mentioned ship that Wesley returned to the Academy on in a specific episode was a Cali-class would count since it would be a specific ship that we already knew existed (we just didn't know what class it belonged to).
I do recognize that the California class was, out-of-universe, invented for the Lower Decks show. My question solely concerns in-universe matters and especially whether any previously mentioned (but unseen) ships have been reconned to California-class.