Data' on Historic Houses from Carnegie Records
0 'REILLY HOUSE
O'Reilly house, located on Aviles Street within the Convent Walls,
and- Juot north -f -the Do. Toledo -houe, is shown on early maps of
the city, but the exact date of construction is unknown. At the
be-inning of the nineteenth century, Don Miguel O'Reilly, native
of the town of Cressey, County Longford, Ireland, left this house
and another for the specific purpose of founding a "Religious
House under the plan of St. Francis de Sales." It served as a con-
vent before the present Convent buildings were rected.
Data from files of FWP, St. Augustine unit
27 January 1937 vist- L-)
Puente (1764) OtReilly House 44
Block C, 265: hiprap house of Joseph
de la Rosa 27 x 41 varas
Block 34, 217?: Woodren house in bad con-
dition, property of Jorge Beques,
with deed aid land it cites.
218?: 2 story nasornry house in
fair condition, property of presbyter
Dn Miguel de O'Reilly, with deed and
land it cites.
I4o~ei~L ~ 'A
Eaorituras, 16 July 1784
26 February 1787
p. 191 Sale Mar 18 John Mowbrary-Miguel 9'Reilly two story houses
of stone on Hospital St. (Gertified to be those granted
to Jacob Pedman Penman in earlier record) Dec. 15 1772,
No. 5 Keppel Block. Dimensions not given -. May A
1774 said Pedman (torn off).
Block 35, Rocque 218
218. Case de Mamposteria de alto en median estado de la propriedad
del Preavitero Don Miguel de OReylly, con Escriptura y Terreno
218. House of Masonry of story in fair condition of the property of
the Presbyter Priest Don Miguel de OReylly, with Deed and
Land that it cites.
Inventories, assessments, and
sale at Public Auction ofthe
houses and lots of the King.
ues cd.a's Is'
Iear of 1790
Rubble-work masonry house with lot of Padre
,3 Street ~~ te Hospital
No. P4 Don riguel OReilly, pri-&t &fetcj
Don Juan OReilly his brother of 22 yesrs, bachelor.
Don Lorenzo OReilly, Iephew of 2.7 years, bachelor,
1 1 slave
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