i78t: Rooque, No. 67, group of houses....
This was Albermarle Bleck in British Days.
It is referred to as Bi. 8 after 1790 and we use that
1763 Puente it is Sq. "H" No. 110...Stone houses
.... ORe in 1763 was Doia Augustine Re gider
She was mother of the Map maker, Juan Elixie de la Puente.
Alonse de Arguelles married Nov. 1614 Luisa de lee Angoles
Joseph de Arguelles, their son, was born 1624, married New.
20, 1641, Augustina Rodriguez, the
daughter of Juan Crep. and Catalina
Rodriguez. This couple had married in
Antonia de Arguelles, daughter of Jose above, born 5/19/1660
married Adjutant Geronime Regider of
MartinMunes de la Posadas in old Castllz
10. 21, 1680.
AU :'TINA r"FGTDC, b. 9/13/1700, married 12, 27, 1719,
A'-T"T71 " 7 -' d- I a T""Q'=.
'his couple had 8 children,
Juan Joseph was the 3rd child, b. 1724
and was later the mapmaker of 1763.
Note: DeTIa Augustine Regidor, wife of Antonio de l Puente
was just about 63 years old when she had to give up her
heus s. These were by no means all the Puente-Regide- family
owned. This is quite an impressive family, I have a let more,
1 /~ -
Nov. 3, 1962
he: 'he house you are planning to re-censtruct.
No. 75 "E", Puente, 1763
Listed to Juan Garcia Martiner GallFges.
There was but o&i family of t-is name:
CP Marriages, Photostat 190:
Martir Mart'ne7 G(a' les
Monday, July 2I 1743
Victoria de ?c&luia, dt. of Alonse Lscalona
and Sebastlana de Var-aim
This couple had only 3 children that T Vnow of:
Joaquln(or Juan) Narch 22, 174P
Martinez Gallegos Juana Susanra, 1745
children: Maria k-eencia, 1750
On the PISE} LIST, house of Martin Martiner Gallepos
is entered, (no sale)
And on the Pvunte map there 's NO...Martn Martinez
Galleges, only Juan Garcia Martlne Galle*es.
So Juan must be the son above who inherited the
house from hr father altho the house wae entered
in Fish under the father's nare.
It ias a masonrv hrise.
Both de S'lls and Moncrier show a house here.
It Is significant that in:
1788 Rocque: 'his s te i s rcupied by )ofia luisa
de Escalona (Lucia r- K.scalona at tires)
I- Is "nw wc-d.
but Luisa de Lscalona and Nrs. martin V,.rtiney Gallepop
were So the sister new occupies the house
or the site of the Cfrmer Galleges home,
both girls, Victoria, bern Nov. 17, 1724 and
Luisa, born -ept. 11, 172 were daughters of
Alonso de Escalona and Sebastlana de Vargas.
Alense died 1727 during the pidemin.
Census records sl-tw Lulsa mv-1ng during 2nd
Spnansh times, a wldew, : slaves, ensus 17P0
3i c a--r'. c c V erd of V 'a 'le
,,t / ."
Some added occupatione: FPB.
rem: Census 1783
Jaccb Scotland, dealer in Wine-( harlette St.)
Uerby O'Leary, dealer In Rum, (near Guard house)
Simon Tuffs, merchant, storekeeper, (Henderson Quarter)
Jesep Kelly, Shoemaker, has a Rum Steote near Castle
Nicolas Warrlngton, taller, (near Plaza)
Matthev. Stewart, Saddler, (bl. 27, so. (:arlet+e St.)
Henry Rebertsen, dealer in wines, (Charlntte St.)
Charles Miler of Germany, liasswindow maker and painter
Andrew Devett, (oven in Quarters)
Robert Weffett, coach builder and harness maker, (street to
the Single tower)
Joacb Taylor, Auctioneer
Thomas Jones, master ef Sails, treasury y Ot.)
John Mercer, Shoemaker, ( near Pr!n. Ch rch)
Edward Nix, Lhoemnaer, (near Vinercan Chapel)
Fleetwood Armstrong, wine merchant, (Charlotte)
Thomas Rigby, smithy(el. 27)
Thomas Tweedy, tailor
James Burns, tanner(house left of Royal rd. on ether side
James Clark, maker of chains, (Georpe Street)
William McClearan, Rum shop, (near Quarters, B]. 27)
William Sims, silversnmth(in Sauare of the Pr. Church)
Steven Henar, hanrman! (near Sinple tover)
Fred Stawe, baker
John Flanagan, ar-orer, lnife naker(near ceretary o?) of the
He bar house of drinks and iron
2...(ran out of paper...excuse)
Themas Cerdery, butcher (net to be confused with Temas
Cerdero, let Florida Spaniard)
Rederic McLeed, dry hides dealer(near parsonage)
Alexander McQuin(McQueen) t"
Susanna Henderson, dress maker,(little street of the village)
This may be Greek Settlement.
Juana Ward and Sarah Piles, (close to Madam Perpaul)
This is a hard one as Mrs. P.
had a lot of houses in town.
John Cade, School master, (street of single tower)
John Mitchel, rum store
David Turnbull, leather dresser and shoemaker
Rosa Potter, sells drinks(husband ansent, close to Castle)
Rishard Pobey, beltmaker
John Johnson, billiards, (Bl. 27, in fact TOVER house)
David Zubley, auctioneer and schoolmaster(near Quarters)
Peter DeWalt, orange grove other side of bridge
Jacob Chull, lockmaker, (near quarters )
John McVoy, tile maker, (adjoining the Quarters)
Thomas Boak, Secretary to Ex-Governer(Charles Howard held
a position likewise)
William McDonald, silversmith(near -uarters)
Isabel Taylor, washing, working(house of shoemaker Berjess)
Thomas Manwel, Sailing master(between Pr. church and Quarters)
Joseph Taylor, butcher(Greek settlement)
Joshua Yarrowloy, land s'irveyor(in front of the church)
John Bailie, leather dresser, (in or near Juerson, saddler)
Mr. Collin, butcher, (near bridge)
Ginion Bruce, Overseer to Ex-GeVernor's negrees(house of Jacob
Samuel Brandon, silversmith, (lives near Cade)
Jacob Hughes, Schoolmaster, (back Governor's house)
Sebastian Spindler, Medical surgeon, (Greek Sett.)
Miguel Costa, medical doctor, (near Castle)
Josiah Warner, -Pilot of the Pert
John Williams, Ironfeunder ( had place on Amelia Island)
Joseph Holman, clarifier of sugar(had house on Julington Creek
Ben Smith Legge, Dry goods, rum...
Note: To be added to the list of occupations I have
Most of these people were holdovers from British
occupation or new residents after 1783.