Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 11 – Lot 2,3
Title: 1763 Puente
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 Material Information
Title: 1763 Puente
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 11 – Lot 2,3
Physical Description: Research notes
Language: English
Copyright Date: Public Domain
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Box: 4
Divider: Block 11 - L 2, 3
Folder: Block 11 Lots 2, 3
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.897635 x -81.313665
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094120
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: B11-L2
B11-L3

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28-Sebastian de la Cruz(Nieto)
b. Jan 30, 1725
Son of Bartolome Nieto de
Carvajal de la Cruz
& Basilia Reyes

29-Don Ventura Diaz
married 1741 Maria
C.Perdomo y Carr.

30-Tomas Ramos
Husband of Juana
Serrano, former
wife of Manuel Sanchez.
Married Sanchez, 1721.

31-Jose Garcia of Tarragona
married Juana Sanchea, 1744
daughter of Manuel Sanchez
and Juana Serrano.

32-Lorensa Sanchez, daughter
of Josef Sanchez .and Ana
M. Belen(Contreras-Valdarama)
Lorensa was the sister of
Manuel Sanchez.
33- Pedro Nieto
b. 1737 Son of Bartolome
Nieto de Carvajal and
Maria EIores Carr.


34- Same as 32.

35- Barbara Santoyo
b. 1725 Grandaughter of
Ana Maria Carr


I present this as a sample of the APPRAISER'S ROUTE (1702 Ruined House
which has so many comparisons with the 1763 I sente to compel belief
I have stumbled upon the route they took.
In 1702 we have documented a list of 31 houses which were destroyed
by the Spanish Governor. The list is dated 1708 but I believe it
to be only the one that finally was agreed upon. I know the officials
must have looked over the damage prior for there is one name on
the list so far that was alive in 1702, listed as if alive in 1702
and was dead and gone with widow remarried by the time the appraisers
finally got around to sending in the damages.




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