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Title Fernandina From 1811 to 1921
Object Name Manuscript
Scope & Content Research conducted by Mr. Wolff, Fernandina, in an effort to reconstruct the original Spanish town of Fernandina. This document contains information translated from Spanish Land Grants housed in the Field notes Division of the Department of Agriculture, Tallahassee, FL. Much of the included information relates to property ownership and land usage or building construction. Extract from the Spanish Governor's Order re zone Fernandina of May 10, 1811. Includes grantees of lots andhalf lots in Old Town.
Catalog Number 2012.052.164
Collection AIMH
Accession number 2012.052
Caption Document, p.1
Number of images 15
People Acosta, Domingo
Alvarez, Geronimo (Under Lieutenant)
Alvarez, Jeronimo
Alvarez, Jose
Anchew, Frances (Widow of Gabriel Gonzalez)
Armstrong, William
Arredondo, Fernando (Jr.) de la Mazo
Arredondo, Fernando (Sr.) de la Mazo
Arredondo, Jose
Atkinson, Archibald
Atkinson, George
Baird, James
Bergallo, Jose
Bethune, Farquhahar
Bethune, Farquhar
Betts, Samuel
Bunnell, Isabel
Cabedo, Jamie
Candelaria, Jose
Capo, Pedro
Carcel, Juan
Carreras, Diego
Cashen, James
Clark, George I. F. (Spanish Surveyor General)
Clarke, Charles
Clarke, Flora
Crosby, James
Crosby, Martin
Crosby, Mary (Mrs. James Crosby)
de Burgos, Pedro Peso
de Calas, Antonio
de Castro y Ferrer, Bartolome
de Entralgo, Francisco
de Entralgo, Juan
del Allo, Antonio
Delgado, Maria
Dell, James
Domingo, Diana
Donohue, Daniel
Duvignean, Leon
Estacholy, Domingo
Estefanopoly, Nicolar
Fallas, Arbema
Fatio, Francis Phillip
Felicia
Felipa ("the Witch")
Fenwick, Joseph
Fernandez, Domingo
Fernandez, Juan
Ferradas, Mateo
Ferrados, Mateo
Fleming, George
Garcia, Jose
Garvin, Daniel
Garvin, William
Gaunt, Joseph
Gil, Vicente
Gonzales, Mateo
Gonzalez, Gabriel
Gray, Josiah
Guible, Henry
Gulble, Henry
Hall, William
Hall, William
Hanian, Abraham
Hardy, Charles
Harrison, Samuel
Hart, William
Hernandez, Diego
Hernandez, Jasper
Hill, Anna Maria
Hill, Christina (Mrs. Jose Sandez)
Hill, Maria del Carmen (Mrs. F. Sanchez)
Hobkirk, John
Hulbert, Daniel
Jimenez, Jose
Jordine, Isabel (Mrs. John Rushing)
Kehr, John K.
Kingsley, Zephaniah
Kunen, Mariana (Mrs. Bernardo Wickes)
Lawrence, William
Llansa, Juan
Long, George
Lopez, Justo (Lieutenant)
Lowe, John
Mabrite, Miguel
Machado, Antonio Manuel
Marshall, Teresa
Martinez, Antonio
McClure, John
McIntost, Maria (Mrs. William Mills)
McQueen, Henry
McTier, Louis
Mendez, Manuel
Michet, Maria
Mirando, Diego
Moore, John
Noguera,Jose
Patch, Ezra
Peterson, John
Ramis, Damian
Rengil, Manuel
Rente, Felix
Rodriquez, Domingo
Romero, Manuel
Rosey, Gaspar
Rosey, Margarita
Rosy, Margarita
Rushing, John
Sabalacy, Antonio
Salas, Francisco de
Salort, Francisco
Sandez, Jose
Sawvage, Isabel Maria
Scott, Refaela
Seton, Charles
Sharp, John
Shaw, James
Sibbald, Charles
Sibbald, Jenny
Sivelli, M.
Solana, Felipe
Sontage, Karl (Dr.)
Suarez, Pedro
Suarez, Thomas
Taylor, Purnell
Todd, Lindsay
Turdas, Thomas
Usina, Miguel
Waldgrove
Walker, Robert
Webber, George
White, Enrique (Spanish Governor)
White, Henry
Wickes, Bernardo
Wickes, Isaac
Wiggins, Anna
Wiggins, Isabel
Wiggins, Jenny
Wolff (Mr.)
Yonge, Henry
Yonge, Phillip
Search Terms Catholic Church of Fernandina
Fort San Carlos
St.. Johns River
Hibberson & Yonge
John Forbes & Co.
McClure's Hill
Panton Leslie Co.
Pedro Ponce & Co.
Sibbald & Bethune
Spanish Land Grants
St. Mary's River
War of 1812
Old Town
Subjects Bakeries
Blacksmithing
Blacksmiths
Business enterprises
Carpentry
Churches
Eating & drinking facilities
Fishermen
Historic sites
History
Hospitals
Innkeepers
Inns
Land grants
Land tenure
Land use
Merchants
Militias
Sawmills
Settlements
Shipping
Stores & shops
Trading posts
Witches
Classification Towns
People
Land description
Historic Sites
Business & Commerce