113-1 1763 Puente
Juana Baez was a native! Born in 1715 she married
1st Thomas Escalona and after his death married:
Monday, May, 3, 1746 Ph. 230.
Manuel Rafael Barrabi
She was the daughter of Jose Baez and Ana Pena and
she was grand-daughter of Juan de Penalosa and Anastasia de Herrera
Her mother died in 1747 and her father, Baez, was drowned
at the bar in 1758.
Her grandmother, Eufemia Cabrera Herrera,had married
Bartolome Perez in 1662 and he seemed to act for all
the de Pena family. He was 23 on the Ruined House list
Her grandfather, Juan de Penalosa died in 1723.
She lost her sister in the epidemic of 1727, Josepha Baez,
She is listed on the Fish Accounts as No. 83.
Her property sold to Colin McKenzie, the Butcher.
June 21 1766. McKenzie also bought the Ortega property
behind Baez land and had the full area from Spanish Street
to present day Cordova.
Spanish Street was called St. Hypl1ita in the Escrituras at tikes.
Treasury was called Paniagua lane often.
Hypolita Street of today was called San Patricio or St.
Patrick at times.
In 1788 Pedro Estopa lived in this area. He was from the
group of Minorcan Colonists. In 1788 this was Block 16.
But in 1790 Quesada it is Bl. 18
129-I 1763 Puente:
Francisco de Ortega.
He was not a native but his wife was descended from the
1648....................Marriage of Capt. Francisco Jacinto Rodriguez
and Maria de Arsian.
1695, 8/16.............Marriage of their son, Joseph Rodriguez.
1699...................Birth of Maria Manuel Rodriguez
1714, 5/24.............Marriage of Maria Manuela to Juan
1722, 12/8.............Birth of Francesca Fernandez
1743, 1/8..............Marriage of Francesca to Francisco
Mrs. de Ortega was 3rd cousin of No. 190 and the husband of 155.
See the sketch.
Her great grandfather, Pedro de Escalona married Lucia de
Reyna, Feb. 1660, Ph. 57. He was No. 114 on the Ruined House list
Francisco de Ortega was listed as No. 51-Fish Account list
property sold 6/21/1766 to Colin Mckenzie.