1 FEB 5 Rec'(
Re: Ne. 45..balcede.1788..(the one under construction new)
Note: Moncrief Map. Shows what leeks to be stone house
directly across from the de Hita place. With what leeks
like weeoden house in middle and stone house next.
These would be the 3 Rainsford places.
Note Puente's wording of these three on his map...
Stene...masanry....astene..Apparently the middle one was
different. Perhaps Mencrief, tee, wanted te show a difference.
But en ROTH for Alfensa Avere's ...STONE..
Jeffrey definitely makes it as STONR as the Arrivas.
New leek at a blown up de Selis. (who was famous for his
stretching of blocks, which puts houses out of focus)
and the three same houses are on Rainsford, still of stone.
NOTE en the south side of the Arrivas, the checkered house
All of this means that the Alphonsa Avero house was stone
and stayed of stone and was across frew the de Hita except on
the do Selis, whose blocks are extended out of proportion.
And it means that the stone house of Antonia Avero south
of Arrivas in 17653 was of stone, but pre 1769 was built of
Note especially....All of the maps give space where Puente
had the 2nd Arrivas House. The one you did not restore or
rebuild. They all indicate that space..
Overlook the de Selis and Moncrief, Mr. Newton?
I have looked at them for years...