Name: Felipe Artiles
Ship: San Ignacio de Loyola
Wife: Juana Ximenez (Casorla)
Felipe left Santa Cruz, Tenerife in Dec 9, 1778 sailing on the San Juan Nepomuceno and landed in New Orleans on July 1779 with his wife Juana and his children, Juan, Antonio, Maria and his brother Juan Cazorla.1 He arrived at the Barataria settlement.
By 1779, Felipe is listed as Phelipe Artille and his family were living in Barataria receiving rations.4 By 1798, the family left Barataria and had settled in St. Bernard settlement with other Islenos given the marriage dispensation of his son Antonio.2 In the dispensation record, he is listed as Felipe Artiles and she is listed as Juana Casorla, daughter of Juan Casorla and Maria Rodriguez Ximenez. It further states, Maria is daughter of Francisco Rodriguez and Ines Ximenez.5
- Juan (b. 1767)
- Antonio (b. 1771)
- Gilbert C. Din, The Canary Islanders of Louisiana, Louisiana State University Press, p220, University of Louisiana at Lafayette Edith Garland Dupre Library, PO Box 40199, Lafayette LA 70504.
- Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records. Vol 2.
- Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records. Vol 3.
- "Libro Maestro P. sentar el cargo del dano. de la Pob. Barataria", Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Papeles de Cuba, Legajo 548, 84-44-L, Reel 92, Microfilm copy seen at The Historic New Orelans Collection (HNOC) in New Orleans, La..
- Records of the Diocese of Louisiana and the Floridas (1576-1803). Roll Eight: Sept. 1798 - Dec. 1799. V-2-a D., D.S. (Spanish) 9pp. 4to. 15. University of Notre Dame Archives. 607 Hesburgh Library, Notre Dame, IN 46556