Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 15 Pomar (non-existent)
Title: 184-N Puente, 1763
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 Material Information
Title: 184-N Puente, 1763 Barbara Pena
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 15 Pomar (non-existent)
Physical Description: Research notes
Language: English
Creator: Barnes, Eleanor P.
Publication Date: 1963
Copyright Date: Public Domain
Physical Location:
Box: 6
Divider: Block 15
Folder: Pomar B15 (non-existent)
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
Treasury Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Pomar house, demolished (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- Treasury Street
Coordinates: 29.893479 x -81.313321
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00094798
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: B15

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184-N Puente, 1763


Barbara Pena

Here, once more, we have the mistress of the house
leading us to a Florida origin.
Born in 1709, Barbara was married August the 20th,
1731 to Francisco Antonio Salgado of the Canaries.
She was the daughter of Don Diego de la Pena and
Dominga Garcia who were married May 5, 1703.
Her father died Nov. 8, 1724 and her grandfather, Juan de
Penalosa in 1723. Barbara was the sister of Mrs. Francisco
Grajales and the aunt of Mrs. Miguel Lopez, 138-J, 1763.

She was likewise the 1st cousin of Juana Baez, 113-1, 1763.

There is a"no listing"in my index in the Fish Accounts area.
Mr. Heck was living there on Moncrief, 1765.
But two listings in the Escrituras clear it all up.
Nos. 136, 1785 and 395v, 1785....
It seems that Joseph Chet-wood was granted this corner area
in 1763(possibly later) and ,ir. Heck lived there.
Then Chetwood sells to Piles(no date) John Piles.
Piles now sp)its it up and sells the corner to Bernardo Segui
pre 1780. (Segui was a Minorcan, a gentleman and once owned
today's Public Library)
Piles remained on the south until 1785 when he sold his part
to Bartolome Llfrio, also of the Minorcan Colony.
In 1780 Segui sold the corner to Isabel Perpaul the Lady
Merchant and mother of Mrs. Tadeo Arrivasito be;
And in 1785 Isabel sold the property to Domingo Martinelly,
the Italian mariner who came with the Minorcan Colony.

So from Barbara Pena, her husband, Salgado who must have
been some type Surveyor(mentioned in Fish often) to a
British gentleman, then to the British Mathmatician Chetwood
finally to the Minorcan"Lady Merchant" so to the Italian Mariner..
Quite a history for this corner...Regular league of nations!


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184-N Puente, 1763


Barbara Pena

Here, once more, we have the mistress of the house
leading us to a Florida origin.
Born in 1709, Barbara was married August the 20th,
1731 to Francisco Antonio Salgado of the Canaries.
She was the daughter of Don Diego de la Pena and
Dominga Garcia who were married May 5, 1703.
Her father died Nov. 8, 1724 and her grandfather, Juan de
Penalosa in 1723. Barbara was the sister of Mrs. Francisco
Grajales and the aunt of Mrs. Miguel Lopez, 138-J, 1763.

She was likewise the 1st cousin of Juana Baez, 113-1, 1763.

There is a"no listing"in my index in the Fish Accounts area.
Mr. Heck was living there on Moncrief, 1765.
But two listings in the Escrituras clear it all up.
Nos. 136, 1785 and 395v, 1785....
It seems that Joseph Chet-wood was granted this corner area
in 1763(possibly later) and Mr. Heck lived there.
Then Chetwood sells to Piles(no date) John Piles.
Piles now sa)its it up and sells the corner to Bernardo Segui
pre 1780. (Segui was a Minorcan, a gentleman and once owned
today's Public Library)
Piles remained on the south until 1785 when he sold his part
to Bartolome Llfrio, also of the Minorcan Colony.
In 1780 Segui sold the corner to Isabel Perpaul the Lady
Merchant and mother of Mrs. Tadeo Arrivasito bej
And in 1785 Isabel sold the property to Domingo Martinelly,
the Italian mariner who came with the Minorcan Colony.

So from Barbara Pena, her husband, Salgado who must have
been some type Surveyor(mentioned in Fish often) to a
British gentleman, then to the British Mathmatician Chetwood,
finally to the Minorcan"Lady Merchant" so to the Italian Mariner..
Quite a history for this corner...Regular league of nations!


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