Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Llambias Block 39A
Title: Owners of The Llambias Property
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 Material Information
Title: Owners of The Llambias Property
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Llambias Block 39A
Physical Description: Research notes
Language: English
Creator: Barnes, Eleanor P.
Publication Date: 1951
Physical Location:
Box: 7
Divider: Block 39A
Folder: Llambias B39A
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
31 Saint Francis Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Llambias House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Fernandez-Llambias House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 31 Saint Francis Street
Coordinates: 29.887768 x -81.310887
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00094868
Volume ID: VID00015
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: B39A

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Several briefs of properties which may be helpful.
This is how I brief a property with documents.






JUN 2 0 Rec'd


OWNERS

of

the LLAMBIAS PROPERTY

By Eleanor Philips Barnes

PEDRO FERNANDEZ . . . . . .
Fernandez's wife's family
dates back to 1594.
Married here in 1742.
Had children until 1761.
British took possession
of Florida in 1763.
Gave Power of Attorney
to


JUAN ELIXIO de la PUENTE. . . .
Made a Map and PLAN of
St. Augustine with key.
Accepted property to resell.
Made a "Fictitious" sale


JESSE FISH. .. . . . . . . .
Resident of lst. and 2nd.
Spanish Occupations.
Handled the majority of
Spanish sales.
The St. Francis St. block
called MONCRIEF, names listed
as sold in Fish's account book.
All but 2 entries marked blank.
Same names listed in the un-
sold property of de la Puente
in 1764. Supposedly left in
possession of 8 men ordered to
remain to look after the affairs
of the King. Reverted to the
Crown


ANDREW TURNBULL . . . . . . . .
Received this section
from Governor James Grant
in January of 1767. Wm.
Gerard de Brahm surveyed
the property. It was known
as No, 2 Moncrief's block.
Turnbull stripped of his holdings .
Reverted to the Crown


* .


Proof
Photostat of
Power of Attorney.


. . . . #. #


1763


Proof
Photostats of
Documents.


Proof
Photostat of
Purchase


. . *


1764


1767


Proof
Photostat of grant


. 9 . .


1781


for


CHARLES OGILVIE . . . .
Received this section
as a Royal Grant from
Gov. Tonyn evidently be-
fore the news of the
peace between Spain and
England which returned
Florida to the Spanish.
Ogilvie sold


0 0 0


1783


Proof
Photostat of grant


. 1763












NICOLAS TURNBULL. . . . . . . . .. . 1784
Part of the grant on
Convent Lane in Mon- Proof
crief's block. Photostat of Purchase
The English left in
1784.
The grantees were required
to submit their claims in ........... 1787
to the Spanish governor
within a certain period of
time in order to receive
confirmation of the grant.
Turnbull evidently did not
apply in time for he never
received confirmation.
The property reverted to the Spanish Crown in . 1788
Soon after it became a part
of the estate of Jesse Fish
who was the last owner under
the 1st. Spanish Occupation.
In the plan of the city of. . . . .. 1790
it is listed as "a lot of Fish".
He died in this year and the
property was sold at auction


to
MARIANO MORENO . . .. .
Spaniard who married into
the Leonardy family and
who purchased this house
March 21st of this year
and sold on Sept. 14


PEDRO MARROT. . . . .
Surveyor General of
the Provinces. He
sold
to


FRANCISCO


XAVIER SANCHEZ . . .
Born in St. Augustine,
1736 of a family from
1st. Spanish Occupation,
married August a 192.
Sold it


JUAN ANDREU .. . . . . .
Born in Minorca, lived
for 9 years in New Smyrna
became a resident of British
Augustine in 1777, pur-
chased the house in November
of 1795. He was the husband


CATALINA PONZ . . .. . .
It is mentioned in the
Will of Catalina Ponz who
was Mrs. Juan Andreu (the
husband died in 1813).
The property came into the
possession of the Andreu
daughter, Magdalena Catalina who
became Mrs. Antonio Giraldo


. . . 0 9


1791


Proof
Photostat of Deed


. . . . . . 1791

Proof
Photostat of Deed.


. 9 9 . 9 9 9 9


1792


Proof
Photostat of Deed


9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9


1795


Proof
Photostat of Deed


1815


Proof
Microfilm Reel
Testamentary Pro-
ceedings


and


. . . .











ANTONIO GIRALDO. . . . . .
Owned, mortgaged, gave
a quit claim deed in the
space of two years


BENJAMIN K. PIERCE . . . . .
The brother of President
of United States
Franklin Pierce.
Mr. Pierce got control
of the property Oct. 10,
1827 and sold it Nov. 1,
1827.


WILLIAM H. SIMMONS . . . .
Appointed the Commis-
sioner to attend the
meeting of the Legis-
lative held at the Gov-
ernor's mansion in 1823
at St. Augustine.
Mr. Simmons sold the
property


EDWARD THOMAS. . . .
He was from Barkley Co.,
St. John's Parish, South
Carolina.
He sold April 23, 1838


PETER AND


JOSEPH MANUCY. . . .
Sons of Joseph Manucy of
the Island of Minorca who
was one of the Turnbull
Colonists. Peter sold his
share of the property Sept.
4th of the same year to
his brother Joseph.


JOSEPH MANUCY. . . . . . .
Husband of Juana Triay,
kept the property for
16 years and on June 20,
1854 sold


. . . . & .


1825


Proof
Photostat of Deed


. a *


. 0 * .


1827


Proof
Photostat of Deed


1827


. 0 . 0 . 0 .


Proof
Photostat of Deed


1835


. . . . 0


Proof
Photostat of Deed


. . . a .


1838


Proof
Photostat of Deed


1838


Proof
Photostat of Deed


CATALINA LLAMBIAS. . . . . . . .
She was born a Usina,
her parents were also
descended from the
Minorcan Colony, she
married from the same
group, Joseph Llambias.
She is the grandmother
of Mrs. Ed. Reyes of
Moultrie. She kept the
house for 23 years and
then Feb. 21st, 1877 it
became the property


Proof
Photostat of Deed


. . . . .













ANA CORNELIA BRAVO
and . . . . . .
ANTONIA M. LLAMBIAS
The two daughters of
Catalina Llambias who
kept it until Miss Neca
died when it passed to
the heirs . They sold


HARRY CAMPBELL. ..... . .
Harry N. Campbell pur-
chased it on March 31,
1919. He was unmarried,
an artist, and born in
Barnstable County, Mass.
On July 5, 1932 he sold


. . . . S S


1877


Proof
Photostat of Deed


1919


Proof
Photostat of Deed


The Misses
Annabel
Josephine NEWBILL . . . . .
Georgianna
Originally of England
via Virginia. Born in
Pulaski, Tennessee
Miss Josephine was a
Catholic, lived in Texas
as a Public Health Nurse.
Miss Georgianna was a
Public Health Nurse in
Geinesville, Fla. Protest-
ant. Miss Annabel, social
worker in Nashville, Tenn-
essee, protestant. They
sold on December 31, 1938

to

CARNEGIE INSTITUTION of Washington.


. . . # 0 .


1932


Proof
Photostat of Deed


. . 5 a . &


1938


Proof
Photostat of Deed


. . . .




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