See Puente Map attached:
Roughly areas today as compared with 1763 map:
DON LORENZO JOSEF de LEON'S
PROGENY COVERED THE TOWN.
1-Bay Street near Hypolita, south side
2-Where the Catholic Rectory stands today
3-The lot just north of the Rectory between it and the Treasury
4-Site of the present Court House
5-Lot just south of it
6-Two places on north side of Treasury between St. George and Charlotte
7-Several on Charlotte about the backentrance to Western Auto today
8-Site of City Building, in fact whole west side of that block on St. Geo
9-Yard, north section of the yard, of the so called "Salazar" House.
10-Site of the E patio Restaurant on Aviles
11-Site of the Public Library(about 34 feet on Lane old house)
12-Artillery Lane near Oldest Store
13-McMillan House, one of 1st Spanish houses, being purchased by the
14-The site just south of it.
15-1he LINDSLEY HOUSE, another 1st Spanish residence.
16-The site just north of it.
17-King Street near Cordova, south side. (between St. George and Cordova)
18-6 houses in Convent property block. One the famous O'Reilly House,
another 1st Spanish.
19-Two houses on south side of Bridge between St. Geo. and Aviles.
20-Corner Bravo Lane and Charlotte
21. Site of present Historical Library
22-The Historical Society's parking lot corner on Charlotte
23-Site present Art Center, Marine and Charlotte
24-The site of the PUENTE HOUSE, Cadiz and Marihe..(biggest on map
of private homes)
25-Two across from it on the Bayfront.
Note: In doubt:
Sebastian Fernandez, 55-C-C
Bernardo Gonzales, 79-E
Juan Sanchez, 40-B
Margarita Sanchez, 42-B
I say in doubt because all de Leon's grands and great grands
married into Sanchez families, Gonzales and Fernandez families
more than once. However, I find no specific baptisms for these
with the e-xception of Juan Sanchez, 40-B. Yet his mother's
other child, Gertrude called hers lf de Pasqua and then de Pascua Sanchez
Of course, I have found many sisters using different names. Only the
full family brings this out.
Also I spotted Juan and Margarita as they are in block "B" next to
Lopez Toledo(or near him) and I strongy suspect that is where the
original de Leon House was located(or across the street) ......
in 1702 for Toledo to be No. 1 and de 'eon No. 2...1 02.