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Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: De Mesa Sanchez House, Block 7 Lot 6
Title: Historical outline of the deMesa-Sanchez (Spanish Inn) site
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Title: Historical outline of the deMesa-Sanchez (Spanish Inn) site
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: De Mesa Sanchez House, Block 7 Lot 6
Physical Description: Report
Language: English
Creator: Scardaville, Michael
Publication Date: 1978
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Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
43 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
de Mesa-Sanchez House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 43 Saint George Street
Coordinates: 29.896429 x -81.313225
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Volume ID: VID00113
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Historical Outline of the DeMesa-Sanchez
(Spanish Inn) Site

B-7, L-6, St. Augustine, Florida

with Chain of Title Appended









Michael Scardaville

Historian

August 1978














I. FIRST SPANISH PERIOD

A. 1763-64

1. Owner: Antonio de Mesa

a. employed as Shore Guard, a minor position in
the Royal Treasury

1. basically a customs official wh, inspected
non-Cuban cargoes for contraband

2. Annual salary of 132 pesos supplemented ":
by legal collection of fees from non-Cuban
vessels

3. Status: above median income level

4. One of few civilians on royal payroll

a. only 3.7 percent of all royally
funded positions went to non-military
and non-ecclesiastical personnel

5. because of his position, de Mesaiperformed
an important role in the 1763-64 evacuation
of Florida.. : a:.

b. born in Veracruz, Mexico

c. married in 1746 to Geronima Santollo, a native of
St. Augustine

d. fathered 7 children, 4 girls and 3 boys

e. went to Havana, Cuba in 1764 with his family

f. died in Havana by September, 1766


2. Lot

a. 11 varas N-S x 71 varas E-W (31.6 ft. x 195.2 ft.)

b. bounded on south by tabby house owned by infantryman
Lucas Escovedo on a lot measuring 18 varas N-S x
71 varas E-W

1. northern section of tabby structure presently
located on Lot 6: see expansion of lot to the
south in the British Period





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3. Structure

a. stone house

1. 36% of all houses in St. Augustine in 1764
were constructed of stone

b. one story


II. BRITISH PERIOD (1764-84)

A. 1764-1768

1. owner: William Walton

a. head of William Walton and Company of New York City

1. export company contracted to supply St.
Augustine from 1726-1739 and 1754-1763

2. residents of St. Augustine accumulated
debts of over 25,000 pesos with the company
by 1763

3. Jesse Fish served as a factor for the company
in St. Augustine at the end of the First
Spanish Period.

b. Walton was patriarch of one of New-York's leading
mercantile families

1. served as member of New York General
Assembly from 1751-59

c. fourth largest property owner in St. Augustine in
the early British Period (1765)

1. solely or jointly owned 10 lots and 23
buildings

a. indebtedness to company enabled Walton
to control property through his agent,
Fish

b. Fish rented some of Walton's structures,
the proceeds of which were used to satisfy
the debt


d. Walton died in 1768












2. Lot

a. 1 varas x 71 varas

b. same as de Mesa

1. 1769 Jeffery map shows Walton house bordered
on the south by the tabby structure formerly
owned by Escovedo

3. Structure

a. Walton made no alterations

1. Absentee proprietor interested in recovering
debts, not in improving property

b. Through 1769, the structure was the same as de Mesa

B. 1768-1771

1. owner

a. Lot and building reverted to British crown

C. 1771-1784

1. Owner: Joseph Stout

a. from Philadelphia

b. served as apprentice to Dr. William Stork, an
ardent promoter of settlement in East Florida

c. came to East Florida in 1767 to manage the 31,000
acre estate of John Tucker

1. lived with family at Mount Tucker, located
north of Lake George on the St. Johns River,
until 1779

d. in 1779, purchased 950 acres of land near the
northeast Creek of the Matanzas

1. grew and exported indigo, the most important
money crop of British East Florida

2. owned 8 slaves and some livestock










e. Status

1. value of estate was within the upper one-half
of all estate appraisals

f. married in c. 1765 to Mary Rolph, a native of
Cantebury, England

g. fathered 4 boys while residing in East Florida

h. went to the Bahamas in 1784-85 where he became
a prosperous merchant andcotton planter

2. Lot

a. frontage

1. before 1780, Stout illegally expanded to the
south by 9.8 ft. into the vacant lots held by
Jesse Fish

a. Jose'Peso de Burgo house built c. 1780,
after the Stout encroachment

2. discrepancy between deeded and actual lot frontage

a. deeded frontage: 33.0 ft. (12 varas)

b. actual frontage: 42.8 ft.

3. deeded and actual frontage did-not coincide until 1885

b. E W side

1. deeded and actual property increased 41.3 ft., from
31 varas (195.2 ft.) to 86 varas (236.5 ft.)

3. Structure

a. Gov. Grant granted him the lot and building in 1771

b. expansion of lot to the south suggests that Stout
demolished the Escovedo structure in order to en-
large his house

c. documentary evidence of improvements

1. in 1783, Mary Stout commented: "We have
been at a great expense for repairing and
raising a new roof to the house in town"

d. possibility of structure remaining ai.one story

1. appraised values of houses in St. Augustine
at end of British Period





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a. one story stone houses

1. average value: I 328.8

2. median value: L 325

3. range: 6.300-373

4. Stout house: b 300 (newly repaired house)

b. two story stone houses

1. average value: 6 487`5

2. median value: L:425

3. range: 6 300-800

2. In Stout sale to Sanchez, no mention of partial
upper story

e. roofed with shingles

f. use of structure

1. "A good dwelling house with convenient offices"

2. possibility of renting the town house, particularly
after influx of immigrants in the late British
Period

g. house sold for one-third of its appraised value
due to depressed housing market during the transfer
of Florida to Spain

1. sale value indicates the good condition of the
structure since the majority of houses were sold
for (only one-quarter) of their value


III. SECOND SPANISH PERIOD (1784-1821)

A. 1784-1802

-1L. owner: don Juan Sanchez

a. employed as Chief Master Caulker of the Royal Works
with 420 pesos annual salary

b. born in Puerto Real, Andalusia, Spain

c. between 1767-79 married in Cuba to Maria del Carmen Castajeda












1. Castaieda born in St. Augustine in 1742

2. married Jose JoaquiS de Ortega (son of
Nicolas de Ortega, the Royal Armorer)
who later died in Cuba

3. had one child from the first marriage

d. fathered two girls, one born in Havana and the other
in St. Augustine

1. one married Tomas de Aguilar, an official from
the Governor's staff

e. purchased a 25 ton schooner (goleta) in 1787 which
carried cargo between Havana, St. Augustine, and
Charleston

1. sold vessel in 1789

f. bought the Rodri'guez-Avero-Sdhchez House (Dodge
House) at public auction in 1791

1. enlarge the small coquina structure in the
mid-1790's

2. Castaneda, as heir, sold the southern half of
lot to Juan Paredes in 1803 and the house and
lot to Pedro Fucha 10 years later

g. value of Sanchez estate in 1803

1. 5815 pesos 1 real

2. owned 9 slaves

B. 1803-1832

1. owner: heirs of don Juan Sanchez

a. Maria del Carmen Casta'eda, wife (inherited
one-half of estate)

b. Maria de los Dolores Sahchez and Maria del Rosario
Sanchez, daughters (each inherited one-quarter of
estate)

C. Lot

1. Frontage

a. deeded frontage throughout Second Spanish
Period remained 33.0 ft. (12 varas)




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b. actual frontage increased

1. 1784-1803: 42.8 43.3 ft. (Stout encroachment)

a. in 1791, Sanchez bought the 14 vara -
lot to the south from Josd Peso de Burgo

b. the following year, Sanchez sold 10 varas
of this property to John Struder, retaining
3 3/4 varas (10.3 ft.) for himself

c. Sndchez' deeded frontage now measured 43.3 ft.
15 3/4 varas)

d. Sanchez thus purchased all and resold part of the
de Burgo lot for purpose of legitimizing Stout's
illegal encroachment

2. by 1802: 47 ft. (present size)

a. frontage on 1803 inventory: 46.5 ft. (17 varas)

b. such a measurement would suggest the disappearance of the
outbuilding to the south by 1803

c. neither Sanchez nor Castaieda, however, added the
3 3/4 varas Sanchez kept in 1792 to the deeded
12 vara frontage

1. When Casta'ieda sold the property in 1832,
the deeded frontage was listed at 12 varas

2. E W side

a. deeded E W dimensions throughout Second Spanish Period
remained 236.5 ft. (86 varas)

b. actual dimensions increased

1. between 1788 and 1803 Sanchez illegally enlarged his
lot to the east by approximately 21 ft. (8 varas)

2. by 1803, E W dimension: 257.5 ft. (94 varas)

a. remained 256 ft. until 1874

D. Structure

1. August 11, 1784 purchased Stout's property at public vendue
for 450 pesos

2. 1788: Rocque map and key

a. 3 room stone house with an outbuilding (kitchen)
to the east and a loggia to the south










b. 43% of all houses in St. Augustine in 1788 were
,constructed of stone

1. of which only 21% were listed in good condition

2. Sdnchez house in good condition: one of the
better masonry structures in the early Second
Spanish Period

c. second floor over one of the first floor rooms, pro-
bably the westernmost room

d. presumably, Sanchez added this partial second floor

1. See section on Stout

3. 1791: Book of Mortgages

a. second floor completed over entire building, except
for outbuilding

b. roofed with shingles

4. 1803: Inventory and Appraisal

a. two story, L-shaped masonry structure with a
frame one story detached kitchen and street balcony

b. appraised value of house and kitchen: 2380 pesos

5. Use of Structure

a. private residence until family left Florida in 1820-21

1. after Sanchez' death, his son-in-law, Tomas de
Aguilar, was regarded as the head of household

a. in 1814, a total of 19 persons lived in the
structure including Aguilar, his wife and
6 children, Castaneda, and 10 slaves

b. enlargement of structure possibly related to Sanchez'
mercantile activities in the late 1780's

1. storage of supplies and merchandise

2. according to Vignoles (1823), the ground floors
were generally used as "store rooms (with)
the families living in the upper story"

c. Between 1793-94, the Royal Treasury and Treasurer's
quarters were located on the second floor

1. Treasurer: Juan Chrisostomo de Acosta














6. Possible enclosure of detached kitchen

a. 1833 Anonymous map shows the structure with an
elongated E W orientation

b. Aguilar and Castaneda certainly had resources to under-
take the necessary construction



IV. AMERICAN PERIOD (1821-1978)

A. Owners

1. 1832

a. Lewis G. Melizet (Havana) and John M. Melizet (Philadel


2.

B. Lot


purchased property from Castaneda and daughters (Havana)
for $1,000

From 1832-1978 there have been 21 owners of the property


phia)


1. From 1803-1874 property dimensions remained 47 ft. N S
x 256 ft. E W

2. In 1874 the heirs of Mary Strischka sold the eastern 96 ft.
6 inches of the lot for $200

a. E W dimensions: 159 ft. (present site)

b. portion of lot sold to raise the $200 Strischka bequeathed
to her servant


3. Lot 6 assumed present N S and E W size by 1874

C. Structure

1. Possible enclosure of kitchen between 1835-1837

a. sale price of property increased from $1,000 in
1835 to $1,800 in 1837

b. property owned by James C. Lisk of New Baltimore,
New York

1. no biographical data uncovered

2. Sale price indicates that few property improvements were made
between 1844 and 1892

a. increased sale value after Civil War probably
reflects rising property values
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3. Extant tax records provide no reliable information to
date improvements

a. earliest municipal tax record: 1855

b. from 1855-1880's, appraised property values reflect
aggregate value of one's holdings

4. Building assumed 1977 configuration between 1893-1899

a. additions

1. room 104

2. eastern wing

5. Use of structure

a. structure used as a residence, boarding house (late
1860's early 1870's), barber and cigar shop (1884/
1888), music shop (1899), curio shop (1904/1910),
museum (1934-37/1959-60), restaurant (1940), newspaper
office (1949), antiques shop (1945-54)

1. primarily used for commercial purposes after the
Civil War, a reflection of the nature of north
St. George St.

b. southern portion of lot before 1904 used for a shooting
gallery (1884/1888), music shop (1893), and bicycle
shop (1899)

c. Charles Loring, brother of William Wing Loring, rented
house from 1837-41

1. during ownership of Seth Gifford

d. from c. 1867 to the 1870's, the proprietor, Strischka,
rented the structure for use as a boarding house

1. c. 1867-69: "St. John's House"

a. one of the first boarding houses to
open after the Civil War

b. J.V. Hernandez, proprietor

2. 1869 1870's: "Canova House" ,

a. Anita Canova, proprietor ;

1. former Anita Mickler

2. married to Ramon Canova, a Minorcan
descendant, who was mayor of St.
Augustine in11866





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6. Condition of structure

a. between 1873 and 1883 the house deteriorated into a
"dilapidated condition"

1. heirs of Strischka unable to "make a profitable
investment" in the property

V. SUMMARY OF CRITICAL RESEARCH QUESTIONS

A. Construction of Second Floor

1. Documentary evidence suggests that Sanchez added the entire
second floor between 1784-91

a. possible relationship between construction and mercantile
activities

B. Enclosure of kitchen

1. Kitchen was enclosed between 1803 (Sanchez inventory)
and 1884 (Sanborn map)

2. Documentary evidence suggests two possible periods, both
of which pre-date statehood

a. 1803-21: Second Spanish Period

1. house occupied by the 19 member upper status
Aguilar/Castaneda household

2. 1833 map shows elongated E W orientation

b. 1835-37: Territorial Period

1. 80 per cent increase in sale price over 2 year
period perhaps reflects considerable property
improvements














Chain of Title


The following is a chain of title to Block
Florida.


7, Lot 6 in St. Augustine,


Map and Key


January 22, 1764


Antonio de Mesa


Description of house: "stone house"
Lot: 11 varas N-S x 71 varas E-W
Source: Juan Joseph Elixio de la
Puente, "Plano . de San
Agustin," Block E, Lot 82


March 1, 1765


Mr. (William) Walton


Source: James Moncrief, (Plan of
i St. Augustine)


Royal Grant


1771


Governor


to

Joseph Stout

Lot: 12 varas N-S x 86 varas E-W
Source: East Florida Papers,
Escrituras, 1784-1787, Bundle
366, fols. 26-28


August 11, 1784


Joseph Stout


Juan Sanchez

Sale price: 450 pesos
Description of house: "masonry
house with shingles"
Lot: 12 varas N-S x 86 varas E-W
Source: EFP, Escrituras, 1784-1787,
Bundle 366, fol. 26


Map


Deed









Will


Deed
(Executed
in Havana)


May, 1803


April 15, 1832


Estate of Don Juan Sanchez

to

Maria del Carmen Casta'eda, wife
(one-half)
Maria de los Dolores Sanchez,
daughter (one quarter)
Maria del Rosario S(nchez, daughter,
(one quarter)

Appraised value of house and kitchen
(July 21, 1802): 2,380 pesos
Source: EFP, Testamentary
Proceedings, 1801-1802, Bundle
306Q15, fols. 4-6v


Maria del Carmen Castaneda & others


June 3, 1835


Lewis G. Melizet, resident of Havana,
merchant
John M. Melizet, Philadelphia,
merchant

Sale price: $1,000.00
Lot: 12 varas N-S x 86 varas E-W
Source: Public Records of St. Johns
County, Deed Record (hereafter
cited as DR), Book I & J, p. 295


John M. Melizet & wife and Lewis G.
Melizet

to

James C. Lisk, New Baltimore, New York


Sale price:
Lot: 36 ft.
Source: DR,


November 9, 1837


$1,000.00
N-S x 256 ft E-W
Book N, pp. 48-49


Charles Lisk and Charles Lisk, Jr.,
State of New York, executors of the
estate of James C. Lisk


to

Seth K. Gifford, Camden
South Carolina


Deed


Deed









Deed (cont.) F




Foreclosure
of Mortgage
Sale at Auction


November 9, 1837




January 23, 1844


Sale price: $1,800.00
Lot: 36 ft N-S x 256 ft E-W
Source: DR, Book N, pp. 53-54


John Beard, U.S. Marshal

to

John C. Bedell

Price: '$500.00
Source: DR, Book 0, p. 609


January 27, 1844


John C. Bedell


Ann Hurlbert

Sale price:
Lot: 36 ft.
Source: DR,


January 27, 1844


$550.00
N-S x 256 ft. E-W
BookO, p. 610


Ann Hurlbert


to

John G. Bedell


Amount: $350.00
Source: DR, Book-O, p. 611


March 1, 1851


Ann Hurlbert


to

Mary Allen, wife of Darius Allen


Sale price:
Lot: 36 ft.
Source: DR,


May 8, 1867


$500.00
N-S x 256 ft. E-W
Book P, p. 225


Darius Allen and his wife Mary Allen


Mary Strischka


Deed


Mortgage


Deed


Deed









Deed (cont.)


May 8, 1867


Sale price:
Lot: 36 ft.
Source: DR,


$1,150.00
N-S x 256 ft. E-W
Book R, pp. 491-192


May 8, 1867


August 21, 1874


Between Darius Allen, Carpenter

and

Mary A. Strischka

"That the said Darius Allen, for
. . 150 dollars, promises and agrees
to place in tenantable order, on or
before the first day of August, 1867,
the House and Lot which the said Mary
A. Strischka has this day purchased
from him. .. and also to repair, and
place in proper condition, the fences
around said premises .... .
Source: Public Records of St. Johns
County, Miscellaneous Records, Book
A, p. 180


Christine Smith, J. M. Strischka &
Lizzie M. Smith, heirs of Mary Strischka,
late of St. Johns Co., deceased


to

Louis B. Pacetti


Sale price: $200.00
Lot: . the Eastern end of a lot
or parcel of Land that was conveyed
by Darius Allen and his wife to Miss
Mary Strischka . May 8, A.D. 1867..

Lot described as:
"Begin at a point where the fence on
the east boundary of the lot of
Dronecia (?) Dunham intersects the
fence on the south side of the lot
now granted and conveyed, and from
said point running eastwardly along
the south boundary line of this said
lot 96 feet 6 inches be the same more
or less, to the west boundary line of
a lot formerly belonging to Domingo
Circoply thence northwardly along said


Agreement


Deed








Deed (cont.)


Deed


August 21, 1874


January 5, 1885


west boundary line of said Circoply
forty feet more or less thence west-
wardly along the north boundary line
of the lot now granted and conveyed
ninety-six feet six inches be the
same more or less, thence southwardly
forty eight feet more or less to the
place of beginning. It is hereby
agreed and understood that a line
running northwardly across the lot
now granted and conveyed in a line
with the fence on the East boundary
line of the lot of Dronecia Dunham
is to be the west boundary line of
the lot now granted and conveyed."
Source: DR, Book U, pp. 614-615


Josephine M. Strischka, executrix of
last will of Mary A. Strischka, (et al)


to

Bartolo F. Oliveros


Sale price:
Lot 47 ft.
Source: DR,


January 16, 1885


$2,000.00
N-S x 159 ft. 6 inches E-W
Book BB, p. 516


B. F. Oliveros & wife (Caroline M.
Oliveros)


to

Elizabeth Wallace


May 11, 1885


Sale price: $3,000.00
Description of house: "stone-house"
Lot: 47 ft. N-S x 159 ft. E-W
Source: DR, Book DD, p. 173


Elizabeth Wallace, widow, St. Johns Co.

to

Susan E. Meyers, Orange Park, Clay Co.


Sale price: $2,800.00
Lot: 47 ft. N-S x 159 ft. E-W
Source: iDR, Book EE, p. 429


Deed


Deed









May 5, 1886


Susan E. Meyers, widow, St. Augustine

to

B. C. Maxwell, London, England

Sale price: $4,500.00
Lot: 47 ft N-S x 159 ft. E-W
Source: DR, Book GG, p.72


April 21, 1892


Bernard C. Maxwell
Maxwell, his wife,


and Alice .
London, England


May 9, 1905


Frederick Sulzner, St. Johns Co.

Sale price: $1,750.00
Lot: 47 ft. N-S x 159 ft. E-W
Source: DR, Book TT, p.138


Sallie Sulzner and Margaret Sulzner,
each unmarried, St. Johns Co.


Mary McMicken Strobridge,
Wm. M. Strobridge, County
Ohio


December 20, 1911


wife of
of Hamilton,


Sale price: $3,500.00
Lot: 47' x 159'
Source: DR, Book 9, p..212


Mary McMicken Strobridge, wife of
Wm. M. Strobridge, Hamilton, Ohio

to

Lawerence Wischert, St. Johns Co.


Amount: $10.00 o.v.c.
Lot: 47' x 159'
Source: DR, Book 23, p. 85






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Deed


Deed


Deed


Deed





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November 14, 1912


November 16, 1912


October 12, 1949


Deed


Thomas G. Wiles and Doris
his wife, St. Johns Co.


C. Wiles,


Amount: $10.00 o.v.c.
Lot: 47' x 159'
Itemization of personal property in
the dwelling
Source: DR, Book 181, pp. 249-250


October 12, 1949


Thomas G. Wiles and
St. Johns Co.


Doris C. Wiles,


Margaret A. Butler, St. Johns Co.

Amount:i $25,000 with 4h per cent
interest rate per annum
Source: Mortgages, Book 89, pp..355-361


Lawerence Wischert, St. Johns Co.

to

Margaret A. Mullaney, St. Johns Co.

Sale price: $4,000.00
Lot: 47' x 159'
Source: DR, Book 24, p. 111


Margaret A. Mullaney, St. Johns Co.

to

Lawerence Wischert, St. Johns Co.

Amount: $3,500 with 8 per cent
interest rate per annum
Source: Public Records of St. Johns
Co., Mortgages, Book U, p. 159



Margaret A. (Mullaney) Butler, St
Johns Co.


Mortgage


Deed


Mortgage


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Deed September 26, 1952 Thomas G. Wiles and Doris C. Wiles,
St. Johns Co.

to

Marguerita Phillips, Germantown, Pa.

Amount: $10.00 o.v.c.
Lot: 47' x 159'
Itemization of personal property in
the dwelling
Source: DR, Book 119, pp. 508-510


Lease August 5, 1954 Margerita Phillips, lessor,
Philadelphia

to

Walter B. Fraser, lessee

Sum rent: $36,000 with monthly
installments of $300 cash
Option to buy: $35,000 cash
"Lessee shall have the right to make
such alterations and changes in such
parts of the buildings as he finds .
necessary for his purposes, especially
the right to repair or rebuild the
roof of the Spanish Inn building and
to convert a window on the north side
of the Spanish Inn building into a
door leading into the patio of the
Governor Salazar's mansion, at his
own expense, provided, however, that
such alterations shall not in any way
injure the buildings or depreciate
their value.,. .
Source: DR, Book 212, pp.387-389


Assignment April 15, 1958 Walter B. Fraser
of Lease
to

Gerald Horton Bath, Palm Beach Co.
Florida

Assumes lease contract between
Marguerita Phillips as "Lessor"
and Walter B. Fraser as "Lessee"
dated August 5, 1954
Source: DR, Book 243, pp. 314-316








September 13, 1963


Marguerita Phillips, Philadelphia


to

Gerald Horton Bath


September 30, 1963


Sale price: $35,000 "With all
furniture, fixture, equipment and
personal property . more
particularly described in Mortgage
to Mrs. Margaret A. Butler."
Lot: 47' x 159'
Source: St. Johns County Public Records,
Official Records (hereafter cited as
OR), Book 46, p.657


Gerald Horton Bath and Lotta H. Bath,
his wife

to

The Exchange Bank of St. Augustine

Amount: $35,000 with 6 per cent
interest rate per annum
Source: OR, Book 46, p.659


Satisfaction
of Mortgage


December 23, 1965


Gerald Horton Bath and his wife
Lotta H. Bath


December 23, 1965


The Exchange Bank of St. Augustine

Amount: $35,000
Source: ORN Book 80, p.602


Gerald Horton Bath and his wife Lotta
H. Bath

to

St. Augustine Restoration Inc.

Itemization of contents and antiques
identified
"All furniture manufactured in Spain,
all being handmade and some being
antique."
Source:. ,OR, Book 80, pp.603-609


w .I


Deed


Mortgage


Deed




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