Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: (Block 15, Lot 7) Joaneda House
Title: Block 15, Lot 7 (Joanada House)
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Title: Block 15, Lot 7 (Joanada House)
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: (Block 15, Lot 7) Joaneda House
Physical Description: Research notes
Language: English
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Divider: B15 L7 Joaneda - Architecture, History, Archaeology
Folder: (B15 L7) Joaneda House
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
57 Treasury Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Joaneda House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 57 Treasury Street
Coordinates: 29.893459 x -81.313492
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094802
Volume ID: VID00005
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: B15-L7

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BLOCK 15, LOT 7 (Joi-9 Hoos0 )

1762 T. Jefferies -- 2 houses

1764 Puente N. #186

Heirs of Don Jose Izquierdo, stone and tabby houses
46 varas NS 46 varas EW

1764 List of properties sold by Puente to Fish and others
in 1764.
Papeles de Cuba, Legajo 372
Seville, Spain
Sold to Jesse Fish

Another lot of Don Joseph Yzquierdo 10 pesos

The house of the same Don Joseph Yzquierdo -- 100 pesos

1765 Moncrief Map
Shows houses -- masonry

1766 ca. de Solis Map
Shows houses

East Florida Papers, Bundle 319,
Jesse Fish Account List 1763-70?

#38 Debit
Don Joseph and Ana Yzquierdo

1763 For different writings transferred by Franco Salgado
50 ps.

1777 Jan. 6--For the deed and measuring the lot
4 4 rs
54s 4 rs


1777 Jan. 6--For stone sold from his house 11 ps 6 1/2 rs
For his House and Lot sold to Juan Clarck--168 ps 3 1/2 rs

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Bl. 15, Lot 7

1788 Rocque Map
#159 No house
Square 20 Lot in the rear of the above house, held by the said
Bartholome Yufruiu and owned by the Crown.

1790 Quesada's List
Square 15 #126

House 6f Juan Yaneda on King's lot, bounded: S. by King's lot
held by Agueda Villalonga, E. by Domingo Martinely, W. by
Pedro Triay, N. by the Old Treasury St.
25 (E-W) x 30 v. @ 1/2 rr per sq. v.
Re ales
187 314

Note: The name is spelled in various ways--Juaneda, Yaneda,
Yoaneda, Joaneda, Yuaneda and some of the family much later
changed their name to Floyd.

1803 List of Appraisals
Square 15 #126

House of Juan Yaneda on the King's lot, bounded in front by the
cross street of the old Treasury, on the South by the King's lot
in possession of Agueda Villalonga, on the East by Don Domingo
Martinely, and on the West by Pedro Friay (Triay?); its
measurement in front EW twenty-five yards, and depth NS
thirty yards, which at the rate of half a real, increase included,
amounts to 374 1/2 reales.

Note: That this day was issued by this Government title of
ownership and possession in perpetuity of the above lot in favor of
Juan Yoaneda, in virtue of the Royal cedula of 17th June 1801,
remitting to those in debt for quitrents payment of the capital and
rents for the houses and lots they acquired when they were returned
to the royal domain. Saint Augustine, Fla. --January 1807.

1807 Briefs of East Florida Papers, Escrituras, Vol. II, Bundle 376,
p. 8v

Block 15 #126

Title January 23 Gov. Henry White rehearses Quesada's auction of
properties and King's remission of costs, and issuessfinal title
to Juan Joaneda in lot 126, block 14 (should be 15) on which he has
built wooden house. Lot measures EW 25 yds., NS 30. Fronts
N on cross street of the old Treasury; E bounded by heirs of Domingo
Martinely; S. by Pablo Mestres; W. by Wm. Mills.

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Bl. 15, Lot 7

1807 Briefs of East Florida Papers, Escrituras, Vol. II, Bundle 376, p. 12.

Block 15 #126

Sale January 27, 1807, Juan Yuaneda-Juan Gonzales Montes de
Oca coquina house (same as above but now called coquina and
measurement of lot is here given as 20 yds. EW and 30 NS.
The letter to Governor asking permit to sell calls it "coquina
house situated on the lane going to the Tannery, next to that of
William Mills" and says it is sold to satisfy creditors, especially
the man who rebuilt the house for him in coquina, it being of wood
much decays.)

1809-1810 East Florida Papers, Escrituras, Bundle 377, p. 169.

1809-1810 Sale
Juan Gonzalez Montes de Oca to Nicholas Sanchez.
Treasury St. 126 Governor

Nicholas Sanchez married Maria Magdalena Juaneda, the daughter of
Juan Juaneda, in 1798; however, he bought the property above.

Note: Bundle 377 is missing from the East Florida Papers, however,
the above transaction with the reference to Bundle 377 is recorded in
Budile 409, Book or Register of City Lots (Saint Augustine).

1814 East Florida Papers, Escrituras, Bundle 379, p. 309 v.

Sale Dec. 22 of lot #127 sold by William Mills to Pedro Trope gives
East boundary as heirs of Juan Yoanedes.

1816 East Florida Papers, Escrituras 1764-1821, Bundle 380, p. 307
(Years 1815-16)

Will of Nicholas Sanchez 26 May 1816

Owns a house of mamposteria situated in this city (Saint Augustine)
on cross street that goes to the Marina, bounding on the Norte with
the same street, to the South with lot of Don Pablo Mestre, to the
East with lot of the widow of Pedro Mestre and to the West with house
and lot of Pedro Trope.

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Bl. 15, Lot 7

1821 Nicholas Sanchez

Saint Johns Co. Court, Deed Book G, p. 66.

1826 October 5
Jose E. Sanchez, Adm. of Nicholas Sanchez, sells to Margaret Pomar,
stone house, bounded on north by lane, that leads from the Bay to
Pablo Sabate's tan-yard, South by lot of Samuel Cook, east by Marie
Masters, west by Pedro Trope E-W 20 Spanish varas, N-S 30 varas.

Lot with a stone house built on it, bounded as follows: On the North
by an alley that leads from the Bay to Pablo Sabates Tan Yard, on
the South by lot of Samuel Cook, on the East by lot by Maria Mestre
and on the West by lot of Pedro Trope--measuring in front East and
West twenty Spanish varas and in depth N S thirty Spanish varas be the
same more or less

1834 Clements Survey
Square 15, Lot 8

1800 (Original Claimant) John J. Edar (I think it should be John Yaneda)

1834 (Joseph Pomar) present claimant.

Note: Yaneda spelled several ways and John J. Edar could be a
misreading of Yaneda who owned property in 1790-1803 and until

Saint Johns County Court, File Case S-5.

1852 Filed
1852, October 2 with application of Maurice Sanchez for letter of
administration of estate of Nicholas Sanchez, a minor, deceased,
is the will of Jose E. Sanchez citing that Jose E. Sanchez was the
sone of Nicholas Sanchez and Malena Juaneda; married Camilla
Canova and also had a son named Nicholas.

1852 Sometime after 1852 acquired by Venancio Sanchez.

County tax list 1885 shows title in name of W. J. Sanchez.


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W Bl. 15, Lot 7

1905 City Map
Block 15, Lot 7
William J. Sanchez Dwellings

Saint Johns Co. Courthouse, Deed Book 54, p. 206

1925 1925, March 28

Block 15, Lot 7
W. J. Sanchez to Mary and Gertrude Montgomery for $7, 500. 00.

J. E. Harman

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