Added nete on Lucas Escovedo:
Since his grandmother was a Solana I give their
You will recall Lucas Escovedo's mother was Josepha de-
los Reyes. She was born 1683, the daughter of Lucas de
los Resyes and Antonia Solana. This couple were wed
in 1679 and either veiled or re-newe' their vows in
They had 11 children. The epidemic which struck down so
many hundreds in 1727 took Mrs. Lucas de los Resyes and
two of her children. It wiped out a good many of the
It is possible that the house of Lucas de los Reyes was never
damaged(maybe one of the 20 or 30 they said was left) as he
is not on the ruined house list of 1702. Unless he was living
in one of the houses of his father-in-law, Adj. Alonso Solana
who is listed as No2_5.
Prior to Mrs. Lucas's death-he passed away. 1722.
Antonia Solana was the daughter of the Adjutant Alonso
Solana, really a Jr. altho after the death of his father,
and the birth of his son, Alonso, he used Sr. and his son was called
Jr. Also his father was called the Adj. and he the Ensign until his
father died then he was called the Adj.
She was born 1661 to this Alonso by Dona Antonia Jacinta.
Adj. Alonso and the Jacinta girl were married in 1644.
Alonso was born 1620, the son of Alonso Solana and Francesca
This first Alonso was married in 1619 and he was born 1597
and confirmed 1606.
His parents were Vincente Solana and Maria Viscente of Havana.
Married July 4, 1594 by Diego Scibar ae Sambrana, Chaplain of
the Fort and town of San Agustin. This is on the let page of
our first records of marriages and Vicente is noted as a "native
of La Vila"....(this could mean a place in Spain but has been
taken by scholars to mean the Indian Village as compared to the
town of the day)
His family is an old one...this Lucas Escovedol
His great uncle was the Deputy Governor of Apalache
Another great uncle was the Escribano and his cousin, Juan was
killed at Ayubali in 1702 while trying to save a priest.
Footnote: Two of his grandmother's brothers married two of his grandfat?
sisters. 4 Solana-de los Reyes marriages