Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Felipe Artiles & Juana Ximenez

DID: 12345.

Name: Felipe Artiles

Ship: San Ignacio de Loyola
Birth: 

Wife: Juana Ximenez (Casorla)

History

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  

Children

  1. Juan (b. 1767)
  2. Antonio  (b. 1771)
Son Antonio married Maria Garcia and seeked dispensation from the bishop on November 16th, 1798 in New Orleans.  His reasoning was "Maria Garcia has a stepfather who mistreats her and she is poor and unattractive to anyone but Artiles who has been fond of her since they were children."5  On November 23rd, 1798, "Penalver grants the dispensation under these conditions: that they make a general confession and one other, that they say the rosary every day for a month and fast every Friday for the same period."  The decree was sent to the church at "New Galvez (St. Bernard) in order to be married.5 

References

  1. 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.
  2. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 2.
  3. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 3.
  4. "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..
  5. 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

Juan Alvarado & Maria Suarez

DID: 12345.

Name: Juan Alvarado

Ship: San Ignacio de Loyola
Birth: 

Wife: Maria Suarez

History

Juan left Santa Cruz, Tenerife in 29 Oct 1778 on the ship San Ignacio de Loyola and landed in New Orleans on Jan 9, 1779 with his children, Tomas, Isabel, and sister-in-law Francisca Antonia.1   He arrived at the Barataria settlement.

By 1782, Juan and his family were living in Barataria receiving rations.4  By 1792, the family left Barataria and had settled in Valenzuela with other Islenos with the birth of his son, Francisco.2   Maria is listed as Maria Duarez in the Barataria ration listings and she's commonly listed as Maria Mata in her children's sacramental records. 

Juan was buried on November 8th, 1816 in Plattenville.

Children

  1. Tomas (b. 1774)
  2. Isabel Catharina (b. 1776)
  3. Francisca (b. 1787)
  4. Francsico (b. 1792)
  5. Antonio (b. )
  6. Francisca De St. Maria (b. )
  7. Juan (b. )
Son Tomas married  Maria Mercedes Rodriguez, daughter of Christobal Rodriguez and Maria Francisca Diaz, on December 20th, 1797 in the Valenzuela settlement.2  

Daughter Isabel Catharina married Vicente Fernandez, son of Bartolome Fernandez and Catalina Morales, on December 29th, 1794 in the Valenzuela settlement.2  She was buried on August 21st, 1821 in Plattenville.2  

Daughter Francisca married Pedro Perera, son of Andres Perera and Marie Catarina Perera, on January 13th, 1806 in Plattenville.3 

Son Francisco was born on September 7th, 1792 in the Valenzuela settlement.2  He was buried on June 1st, 1814 in Plattenville.3     

Son Antonio married Maria Soveno, daughter of Juan Batista Soveno and Ana Hernandez, on March 1st, 1802 in Plattenville. Her name is listed as Maria Chauvin.3   He was buried on October 22nd, 1811 in Plattenville.  

Son Juan married Jeanne Ramirez, daughter of Michel Ramirez and Melchora de Torres, on Decmeber 28th, 1807 in Plattenville.3    His name is listed as Jean.   He was buried on March 9th, 1811 in Plattenville. 


References

  1. 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.
  2. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 2.
  3. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 3.
  4. "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..

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Vicente Sardina & Rita Carbrera

DID: 12345.   SAR: P280959

Name: Vicente Sardina

Ship: La Victoria
Birth: 

Wife: Rita (Gabriela) Carbrera

History

Vicente left Santa Cruz, Tenerife in Oct 22, 1778, sailing on La Victoria and landed in New Orleans on Jan 14, 1779 with his children Maria and Jose.1   He arrived at the Galveztown settlement.  

He was shown on the TBD census in TBD.  

His name can be found spelled Visente Sardina and her name spelled as Rita Cabrera 
in the baptism of his son Manuel Antonio Josef in 1783.4  

Children

  1. Maria (b.1765)
  2. Jose (b. 1778)
  3. Manuel Antonio Josef (b. 1782)
  4. Jean Mipomucene (b. 1784)
  5. Antonio Paulino (b. 1787)
  6. (possibly) Rosalie (b. 1790)


Son Manuel Antonio Josef was born December 3rd, 1782 in Galveztown.3,4  

Son Jean Mipomucene was born December 8th, 1784 in Galveztown.3,

Son Antonio Paulino was born June 22nd, 1787 in Galveztown.3,

NOTE: Rosalie Sardina, married to Francois Torres in 1815, is possibly the daughter of Vicente Sardina.
    

References

  1. 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.
  2. Surveyors Maps of the District of Galveston, Louisiana. 1793-1794.  Box 3e487, Folder 4
  3. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 3.
  4. St. Bernard Parish Church, Galveztown, LA, GAL-BMF 1783-1803.  GAL-BMF 5-25

Mateo Rodriguez & Maria Antonia Viera

DID: 12345

Name: Mateo Rodriguez

Ship: San Juan Nepomuceno
Birth: 

Wife: Maria Antonia Viera (del Carmen)

History

Mateo left Santa Cruz, Tenerife in Dec 9, 1778 sailing on the San Juan Nepomuceno and landed in New Orleans on July 1779 with his sisters Maria and Gabriela.1   He arrived at the Galveztown settlement.  

He was shown on the TBD census in TBD.  

His name can be found spelled Matheo
in the marriage investigation of his daughter Maria Antonia in 1787.4  Her name can be found spelled Maria Antonia del Carmen in the baptism of her daughter Antonia Maria.6  

Children

  1. Maria del Susso (b. 1784)
  2. Maria Antonia (b. 1786)
  3. Mateo Francisco (b. 1789)

Daughter Maria Antonia was born November 8th, 1786 in Galveztown.3,6  She married Guillermo Jasques Yarberry, son of Jayme Yarberry and Maria Yarberry of Natchez, on February 26th, 1803 in Galveztown.4,5   His name is found spelled as Gillelmo Yarbre and Yarbrough.4 Their children moved to Baton Rouge.

Daughter Maria del Susso was born August 15th, 1784.3   

Son Mateo Francisco was born April 19th, 1789.3    

References

  1. 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.
  2. Surveyors Maps of the District of Galveston, Louisiana. 1793-1794.  Box 3e487, Folder 4
  3. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 3.
  4. St. Bernard Parish Church, Galveztown, LA, GAL-BMF 1783-1803.  GAL-BMF 67 to 71-131
  5. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 4.
  6. St. Bernard Parish Church, Galveztown, LA, GAL-BMF 1783-1803.  GAL-BMF 67 to 11-50

Jose Agustin Martinez & Maria de Regla

DID: 12345

Name: Jose Agustin Martinez

Ship: El Sagrado Corazon de Jesus and Santisima Trinidad
Birth: Las Palmas, Tenerife

Wife: Maria de Regla
Birth: Chipude, La Gomera

History

Jose left Santa Cruz, Tenerife in Dec 9, 1778 sailing on the San Juan Nepomuceno and landed in New Orleans on TBD with his children, Sebastian and Ana.5  On July 1783, Jose left Havana with his wife and Ana and arrived in New Orleans on August 17, 1783.1   He arrived at the Galveztown settlement.  

He was shown on the TBD census in TBD.  

His name can be found spelled Joseph Augustin Martin and her name can be found spelled Maria de Regla
 in the 1779 ship list for El Sagrado Corazon de Jesus.5  His name can be found spelled Jose Agustin Martin in the 1783 ship list for Santisima Trinidad.   His name is listed as Jose Martinez and her name is listed as Maria la Ho in the 1799 marriage investigation of their daughter Ana.4  His name is listed as Josef Martin and her name as Maria deLao or Lelao in the sacramental record for their daughter Ana Maria.8  

NOTE: Given the difference in Maria's last name, and the possible phonetic spelling, researchers may consider that her last name is Realejo.  

Children

  1. Sebastian (b. 1763)
  2. Ana Maria (b. 1783)


Daughter Ana Maria was born on May 30th, 1783.3,8  She married Benito Fernandez Jr., soldier of the 4th of the 2nd Battalion Louisiana Militia, son of Benite Fernandez Sr. and Juana Suarez of San Andrian de los Cobres, Galicia, Spain, on March 28th, 1798.7   She remarried to her second husband Francisco Ximenez, son of Francico Gimenez and Maria Bazquez, natives of Seville, Spain, on October 7th, 1799 in Galveztown.3,4  Their children moved to Baton Rouge after 1816.6 

References

  1. 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.
  2. Surveyors Maps of the District of Galveston, Louisiana. 1793-1794.  Box 3e487, Folder 4
  3. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 3.
  4. St. Bernard Parish Church, Galveztown, LA, GAL-BMF 1783-1803.  GAL-BMF 56-124
  5. Sidney Louis Villere, The Canary Islands Migration to Louisiana, 1778-1783. the History and Passenger Lists of the Islenos Volunteer Recruits and Their Families. University of Louisiana at Lafayette Edith Garland Dupre Library, PO Box 40199, Lafayette LA 70504.
  6. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 4
  7. St. Bernard Parish Church, Galveztown, LA, GAL-BMF 1783-1803.  GAL-BMF 53-116
  8. St. Bernard Parish Church, Galveztown, LA, GAL-BMF 1783-1803.  GAL-BMF 7-36

Jose Morales & Antonia Viera

DID: 12345.   SAR: P334998

Name: Jose Morales

Ship: San Ignacio de Loyola
Birth: El Carrizal, Gran Canaria

Wife: Antonia Viera

History

Jose left Santa Cruz, Tenerife in 29 Oct 1778 on the ship San Ignacio de Loyola and landed in New Orleans on Jan 9, 1779 with his children Maria, Catalina and Ignacia.1   He arrived at the Galveztown settlement.  

He was shown on the TBD census in TBD.  

His name can be found spelled Joseph Morales
in the marriage investigation of his daughter Josepha in February of 1797.4  


Children

  1. Maria (b. 1772)
  2. Catalina (b. 1774)
  3. Ignacia (b. 1777)
  4. Jeanne Antoinette (b. 1784)
  5. Josepha (b. 1782)


Daughter Josepha was born Jan 4th, 1782 in Galveztown.3  This could be the same Josefa Antonia listed in the Galveztown sacramental records.5  She married 2nd Corporal of the Louisiana Regiment, Romualdo Carmena, son of Pedro Carmena and Alfonsa Martinez, on Feb 13th, 1797 in Galveztown.3,4  Their children moved to Baton Rouge and the records can be found at St. Joseph. 

Daughter Jeanne Antoinette was born July 22nd, 1784 in Galveztown.3  

Daughter Catherine married Joseph Antonio Rodriguez on April 11th, 1796 in Galveztown.3  Their children moved to Baton Rouge and the records can be found at St. Joseph after 1804. 

References

  1. 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.
  2. Surveyors Maps of the District of Galveston, Louisiana. 1793-1794.  Box 3e487, Folder 4
  3. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 3.
  4. St. Bernard Parish Church, Galveztown, LA, GAL-BMF 1783-1803.  GAL-BMF 49-112
  5. St. Bernard Parish Church, Galveztown, LA, GAL-BMF 1783-1803.  GAL-BMF 4-23

Jose Angel Quintana & Agustina Monzon

DID: 12345

Name: Jose Angel Quintana

Ship: San Ignacio de Loyola
Birth: Telde, Gran Canaria

Wife: Agustina Monzon

History

Jose left Santa Cruz, Tenerife in 29 Oct 1778 on the ship San Ignacio de Loyola and landed in New Orleans on Jan 9, 1779 with his children Maria, Catalina, Manuel, and Diego.  He arrived at the Galveztown settlement.

He was shown on the TBD census in TBD.  

His name can be found spelled Joseph Angel de Quintana and her name can be found spelled Agustina Monson
 in the marriage investigation of Diego Quintana on Dec 30th, 1796.4  


Children

  1. Maria (b. 1761)
  2. Catalina (b. )
  3. Manuel (b. 1768)
  4. Diego (b. 1770)



Census of 1804

Son Diego married Maria Collado, daugher of Tomas Collado and Maria Aleman, on Dec 30th, 1796 in Galveztown.4   Diego owned land along Bayou Manchac near Felipe Romero, Miguel Masias and Josef del Pino.2  Many of their children moved to Baton Rouge and Pointe Coupee and the records can be found in St. Joseph after 1808.5 Diego is listed in the Galveztown census of 1804.7 

Galveztown Survey

In 1804, shortly after American possession, Diego is mentioned in US territorial claims. Diego Quintana claims concession thereon measured, four arpents of land of front and twelve of depth, in February of 1794, bounded on the north by Felipe Romero, on the south by Federico Kilton, on the east by lands of Miguel Masias and on the west by vacant lands.6 

Daughter Catalina is believed to have married Jose Sanchez.  She is believed to have remarried to her second husband Franacisco Candel on Mar 3rd, 1804 in New Orleans.

Son Manuel was buried in Galveztown on September 10th, 1787.3 

References

  1. 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.
  2. Surveyors Maps of the District of Galveston, Louisiana. 1793-1794.  Box 3e487, Folder 4
  3. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 3.
  4. St. Bernard Parish Church, Galveztown, LA, GAL-BMF 1783-1803.  GAL-BMF 49-111
  5. Diocese of Baton Rouge Church Records.  Vol 4
  6. Iberville County Louisiana Archives Court. Governors Of Galveztown, Et Al  February 8, 1804.  Record of the lands conceded by the Governors to the inhabitants of this District of Galveztown, with description of the arpents which they possess.