Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: B8-L2 McHenry House
Title: Assignment no. 4
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Title: Assignment no. 4
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: B8-L2 McHenry House
Physical Description: Report
Language: English
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
69 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
McHenry House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 69 Saint George Street
Coordinates: 29.895568 x -81.312954
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091356
Volume ID: VID00004
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution.
Resource Identifier: B8-L2

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3- MARIA RODRIGUEZ. No. 111, Sq. "H", 1763 Puente.

Here we have an interesting connection. She was
3rd cousin to Mrs. Pedro Gonzales across the way.
And several interesting comparisons.

I begin with Francisco Jose Rodriguez of Castile
and Maria Arsian, whose lineage you have in As-n. 1.
I repeat their marriage, 2/17/1648.

Juan Rodriguez was Maria's direct line. He was brother
of the Maria who married Aguilar(Assn. 1)

Born in 1655 he married Feb. 28, 1679 Ph. 134
Lorenzo Florencia y de Mendiola, daughter of Antonio
de Florencia and Ursula de Mendiola.
They were veiled Nov. 8, 1679.

Juan Rodriguez,Jr, was their son. Married for the 3rd time
Maria Quiones, daughter of Manuel and Maria Alvarez Ouiones,
She died August 2, 1742 Ph. 281.

Juan was the father of our Maria Rodriguez.

Her mother, Maria Quiones, was the daughter of Manuel
Quiones and Maria Alvarez, listed as No. 22 on the
Ruined House list,

Maria Rodriguez was born Aug. 21, 17301 Ph. 224
and married June 27, 1746, Ph. 233, Sebastian Baes(a)
y PENALOSA.......

Sebastian was drowned at the Bar August 26, 1758.
Hence Maria Rodriguez was a widow in 1763 at No. 111, Sq. "H

So her grandmother was at No. 22 on the Ruined House list.
Not too far from the No. 15 which was in the PENALOSA
family, her husband's family.

2..Maria Rodriguez

Sebastian Baes has an interesting history.
To tell his story correctly we must go back
to his great grandmother. (Eufemia de Cabrera)

You will recall(from the Avero background) that
Anastacia de Herrera married Juan de Penalosa
in 1673. To be precise they were betrothed
9/11/1672 and married 11/29/1673 or married
and veiled.

At any rate she was the daughter of Juan de Herrera
and Eufemia de Cabrera. She was born 1650 after
the 1645 marriage of her parents.

Her father died and her mother married several times.
The last marriage was to BARTOLrME PEREZ in 1662, Ph. 67.

Bartolome Perez was No. 23 on the Ruined House list.

Anastacia's first daughter married into the Domingo
Garcia de Valle family and brought forth all the Averos
and its complex.

It is her second daughter we are now concerned with.

Ana, Born in Dec. 1675.

In 1693, May 6, in the H'USE of BARTOLOME PEREZ(step-
grandfather) Ana was married to Prudencio de Salveates.
They were veiled in September.

In 1694 and in 1695 she proceeded to have two children by him.
Then he passes entirely from the picture.

If he went away and she knew not where then she would
naturally not be able to marry. For if he died she would(
certainly have married at once.
Beginning in the 1700's she had five children all
listed "father not known"...YET when those who grew up and
married here listed themselves they said "legitimate" of
Jose Baes and Ana de Pena or Penalosa. Yet search as I have
4ind no marriage at all for them.

3..(Maria Rodriguez)

Yet they must have been married later to legitimize
the children and when Ana died March 1st, 1747 she
was listed as the Widow of Jose Baes.

Be that as it may, Sebastian Baes was born in 1718.
And in 1746 he married Maria Rodriguez. They had several
children and August 26, 1758 he met his tragic death ....
drowned at the bar....

His sisters and brothers were Josepha, Ana, Juan, Juana,
plus the two children of his mother's marriage to Salveates,
Prudencio and Eufemia.

This whole thing falls into place very neatly. No. 1 was
PENALCSA on the Ruined House list. JUAN PENALOSA....
He did not die until 1723. Oct. 1st, Ph. 44.

No. 23 was his mother-in-law's house, and her new husband.

His daughter, Ana, gets married in her grandmother's house.

It was her sister, .aria, who leads us to the Avero's...
who eventually owned the house known today as "Salazar"..
Occupying as it does the middle of the section known
to be within "muske' shot" of the fort....with 31 houses
destroyed in 1702.....No. 15 is surely the middle...if we
are "walking with the aprraisors"....

So if sister, Maria, has this p lce later...Ana must
live somewhere else.....Odr' that we find her son's wife
in 1763 living on Cuna so close to the outer fringe of this
750 foot section of 1702? AND WHEN YOU PLACE "the wedding
house" of PEREZ, No. 23, next to No. 22, the ALVAREZ-QUIONES
home, you have MARIA RODRIGUEZ, Mrs. Sebastian Baes, very
near her husband's people. For her mother was a daughter
of No. 22..

Note this...Her mother was a "daughter of No. 22"
Her"mother-4n-law married at No. 23"
1702- Her husband's Prandfather lived at No. 15
And in 1763 her cousin( Rheritatthe so called Salazar,
mr is living or owns this site. And she is
around the corner on Cunal

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