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What is known today as the "Weinstein Property" was in 1790 ca.
divided as follows:
Hypolita (St. Patrick St.
(De la "0" St.
/e C rrers
Notes: 1. In 1785 they wrote:
In 1791 they wrote:
2. We are not able to find the
relationship of Jose de Landa
to Juan de Landa. In accordance
with the years and the circum-
stances we can assume that they
could be father and son. (Juan de
Landa was married in 170O.)
3. If we check Rocque #98 and #100
measurements with the Rocque scale
and with the 1789 ESgrituras and
the 1790 Quesada List, they do
not agree in scale.
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ST. AUGUSTINE HISTORICAL RESTORATION AND PRESERVATION COMMISSION
P. 0. Box 484- 46 St. George St.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
Lot No. 1
Present Block 9, No. 1, A/ 4 an' /7.
Puente Map: Square K, i#147, 148P?)165 and 164.
Rocque Map: Block lh, #100, 99 and 98
1. 1764, Puente Map:
#1l7 -- Casa de piedra de Da. Manuela Diaz 25 x 18 '
(Stone house of Da. Manuela Diaz, 25 x 18)
2. --f eft~f Map shows: Mr. Fish
3. The Fish account book did not record her name, but on the "list
of Properties sold by Puente to Fish, 1764, Papeles de Cuba,
Legajo 372, Seville, Spain, we find: #264--Another (sale) of
Don Juan de Landa . . . . . . . . . 150
Don Juan de Landa was Da. Manuela Diaz's husband. (Source:
C. P. R. Marriages, Feb. 7, 17)0)
But Landa's name was not recorded by Mr. Fish as owner of a
house sold or rented by him.
4. 1785, p. 130 v. Sale, Jan. 29. Escrituras, 16 July, 1784
26 February 1787
Joseph Fish (signature Jesse) Josef Landa stone house of two
stories, bounded S. by former house of Manuel Garcia, N. by the
street called "de la 0" ('est St.?) by street of the puenta
de tierra. Contains h52 cubic yds. Bought from Juan Eligio
de la Puente.
Block 9, Puente 147
5. 1788 Rocque Map,
#100 "Trio story masonry house, the walls in fair condition and the
rest in bad (condition), in the custody of Don Manuel de Almanza;
used as depot for the Royal carts and horses."
6. 1790, Quesada's List, says:
#66 (Total value: 245 p. 2 Ae.)
Rubble work masonry house with lot of the King which serves as the
King's stable, bounded: No. by a cross street; S. by house and lot
of the King; E. by Jose Ponze; W. by Royal St. that goes to the
"Ornaveque". 28 (E-W) x 54 v. at 1/2 real per sq. vara 756
Rubble work masonry wall, 15 x 5 v at 2xx per sq. vara 150
Rubble work masonry wall 30x5 v(sides) at 2xx per sq. vara 300
Wood work worthless 1206 To
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7. 1791 p. 106 Escrituras, 12 January 1791
20 December, 1792
Bond, April 1. Jeronimo Alvarez bondsman for Bernardo Segui -
coquina house St. George St., No. 66 (Marginal note of Mar. 9,
1793, that by decree of Feb. 6, 1793, this house was declared to
belong to Jose de Landa.
Block 9, Assessor Inventory 66.
1794 (see "Slater" or Poujoud House) Sec. II
8. 1803 List of appraisals.
Block 9 --
No. 70--House of Don Erancisco Xavier Sanchez, and lot with deed.
pNo. 75--House of coquina and wood of Don Francisco Xavier Sanchez,
9. 1816 Escrituras, 7 January 181l
24 December 1816
p. 268 Sale March 10. Francisco Sanchez and wife--Maria Antonia
Hill, wooden house on St. George St. which is W boundary; Jose Sanchez
N., Dimas Pons E., Diego Carreras, S. measures N.S. 26 fastillian varas,
E.W. 32. House built by the sellers; lot inherited by the wife in 1809
from her father F. X. Sanchez.
"This is to say that I, Francisco Sanchez and Catalina Sanchez, legal
husband and wife, residents of this city agree that we really sell to
Dona Maria Antonia Hill, widow of this vicinity, a wooden house with the
lot of its location situated on St. George Street by which it is bounded
on the West; by the North with lot of Jose Sanchez; by the East, with
house and lot of Dimas Pons, and by the South, house and lot of Diego
Carreras; measuring by its front North-South, twenty six castillian varas,
and to the back, East-West, thirty-two said, which house has been built at
our expenses, and the lot came to me, the second in the division of goods
made the year 1809 by the death of my natural father Don Francisco Xavier
Sanchez, in accordance with the inventory proceeding that exists in the
archive of the present Scriber. And we sell her the cited house and lot
with all its entrances, exits, uses, customs, rights and rights of way,
that it had and pertain to it, free of any mortgage (as I, the said
Scriber certify it, in accordance with the book of mortgages of my charge
that I recognized for this purpose) by the price of four hundred and
twenty one pesos that the buyer had paid to us in cash, with which we are
completely satisfied, and we renounce the proof, laws of surrender, etc.
In which testimony is made in this city of St. Augustine, Florida, on
March 10, 1816."
10. 1834 Clements Survey:
#15 Present claimant: Francis Gui
Original claimant: F. X. Sanchez.
#14 Present claimant: Aug.s Poujoud
Original claimant: F. X. Sanchez
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