Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 12, Lot 26 - 28
Title: St. Augustine Historical Restoration And Preservation Commission, Parks Hotel
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Title: St. Augustine Historical Restoration And Preservation Commission, Parks Hotel Block 12 Nos. 26 & 27
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 12, Lot 26 - 28
Physical Description: Research notes
Language: English
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Divider: Block 12 Lots 26, 27 and 28
Folder: B 12 - L 26, 27, 28
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
22 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 22 Saint George Street
Coordinates: 29.897022 x -81.313485
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Bibliographic ID: UF00096034
Volume ID: VID00007
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: B12-L26
B12-L27
B12-L28

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ST. AUGUSTINE HISTORICAL RESTORATION AND PRESERVATION COMMISSION
P,. O. Box 484,- 46, St. George St.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

Block 12
Nos. 26 & 27

PARKS HOTEL



1. 176h Puente #62:

Casa de ripio de Agustina Perez ... . . 15 x 60

2. Moncrief Map shows: Mr. Fish.

3. Mr. Fish account book did not record her name but in the "List of
Properties sold by Puente to Fish, 1764, Papeles de Cuba,
Legajo 372, Seville, Spain," we can read: #20h.: Another
(house) of Agustina Perez . . . 25 pesos.

Agustina Perezt husband was Juan de Fuentes.

Source: C.P.R. (marriages) 6/12/1738.

4. 1783 (?) Spanish Census Ph. #14 Street 7.

Old Floridana, Minorcans, Italians and Greeks

Juan Triai (Triay?) Native of the Island of Menorca, he abides
by the Memorial, he has a wife and three sons (or children),
occupation Farmer, he has four acres of land, he has two houses,
one on the land he has the other away in the City, without grounds,.
in the part of the Castle.

Block 12.

5. 1788 Rocque Map

#8--,Timber frame house, in fair condition, roof of cypress
bark, owned by Juan Triay, lot owned by the Crown.

6. 1790 Quesada's Lists

#98 Wooden house covered with palm of Juan Triay on King's
lot, bounded: North by Soche, S. by Jacobo Clark, W. by
street called Spanish St., E. by another street. 6 (N-S) x
70 v. at 1/2 rr. per square vara . . . . . 210 pesos





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7. 1791 Escrituras, 12 January 1791'
20 December 1792

p. 217 Mortgage. June 15, Juan Triay palm house
King's lot #98

Block 12, Assessor's Inventory 98.

r8. 1793 Census

#131 Juan Triay son of Juan and of Juana Pons of 35 years.
Juana Ximenez, his wife daughter of Juan and of Barbara Ponzs
of 39 years.
Juan son of the said of 12 years.
Francisco brother of the first said of 10 years.
Barbara sister of 4 years..
Josef Baya son of Antonio and of the said Juana del Sanq.
1 slave not baptized.

9. 1793 Census

#136 Rafael Ximenez son of Rafael and of Catalina Espineta
of 58 years.
Maria Ramillera his wife, daughter of Domingo and of Esperanja
Campos of 41 years.
Maria daughter of the said of 13 years.
Rafael her brother of 5 years.
Esperanza of 10 years.
Geronima of 4 years.

Block 12.

10. 1800 Appraisal list.

#98 House of palm of Juan Triay in the King's lot, bounded
front by the street, S. by Jacobo Clark, N., by Soche, W. by
another street called "la Espafiola" (Spanish St.)

11. 1834 Clements survey shows on Block 12:

Lot 5--Present Claimant: Rafael Ximenez
Original Claimant: Rafael Ximenez

Lot 6--Present claimant: John Laurence
Original claimant: Rafael Ximenez

Lot 21-Present claimant: Mary Ann Mestre
(On Spanish Original claimant: Bartholome Mestre
St.)







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1. 1764 Puente Map #63

Casa de piedra de Juan Rivera .16 x 35 1/2 vzas .-
(House of stone of Juan Rivera) 16 x 35 1/2

2. Moncrief Map shows: Mr. Fish

3. The Fish account book says:

#79 Juan Ribera

Debit Credit

1777 for the deed and measuring 1770 For stone of the new
of his lot . . 3 p. walls of his house 86 p.

1777 For his old house
and lot sold to
Lu? de Herrera 117 p.7xx
S203 p.7xx

4. Reel 1, Testamentary Proceedings:

"N. 10. J. M. Joseph, Year of 1788
Proceedings of the inventory that are taking place because of
the de&th of Dn. Luciano de Herrera.

Note: In this inventory does not appear the referred to house,
so it must be sold before Dn. Luciano de Herrera's death,
on May 20, 1788, according to Helen H. Tanner, in her
book "Zespedes in East Florida."

5. 1785
Escrituras, 16 July 1784
26 February 1787

p. 326 v. Sale July 13. James Clark to Miguel Iznardy,
two story house of wood St. George St. Carlos Howard
(secretary of Government and Captain of the Hibernia
Regiment) certifies to grant of February 12, 1783 to Jas.
Clark of lot No. 4, Rainsford Block, running along land,
granted to Captain Andrew Rainsford, N. along vacant land,
E. along George St., W. Spanish St;, extending between the
two streets 171 ft. and on each street 49 ft.

Note: Although we have a sale from James Clark to Miguel
Iznardy on July 13, 1785, the house is not recorded in the
Iznardy's testament (and it remains in James Clark's name
until 1834 Clements map, on which it appears as the "original
claimant."





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6. 1788 Rocque map Block 12, Rocque 47

#47 Two story timber-frame house, in good condition, with.
masonry kitchen in fair'condition;.owned by Mr. Clark with-
deed and land that it cites.

7. 1790. Quesadats List

#99 Wooden house of Jacobo Clark with deed. (No measurements)

8. The.Testamentary Proceedings

Reels 6, 9.and 10,.under the name of Miguel Iznardy, whose-
testamentary was dated on March 2, 1803, does not mention any
house that could be identified as the one we are searching for.

9. 1799 Escrituras 1799-1800

p. 79v. Will, July 12 Santiago Clark (native of Edinburgh) and
wife of Margaret Cradick old residents of Florida, have no property
but a wooden house in the lot on St. George St., which is mortgaged
,to James Tate for 1200 pesos payable 8 years from Sept. 26, 1796,
and one slave.

10. 1834 Clements map presents:

James Clark (original claimant)
Peter Masters or (Mestre) (present claimant).




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