The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 8, July 1904 - April, 1905 Page: 337
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Municipal Government of San Fernando de Bexar. 337
and the above Maria, native of Lancerota, full faced, about 10
years old, reddish flat nose, chestnut hair.
46.-Paula Rodriguez Granadillo. (also called Pabla Rodri-
guez) daughter of Juan Rodriguez and the above Maria, about
10 years old, native of Lancerota, fair complexion, flat nose, round
face, black eyes hair & eyebrows.
47.-Maria Rodriguez Granadillo, daughter of Juan Rodri-
guez and the above Maria, 5 years old, native of Lancerota, round
face, fair complexion, reddish hair & eyebrows, grey eyes.
48.--Juan de Acu~ia. (Rodriguez Granadillo) son of Jaun
Rodriguez and the above Maria, native of Quautitlan, about 1
month old, round face, fair complexion, blue eyes, reddish hair
& eyebrows, flat nose.
49.-Mariana Meleano. (called also Maria Meleano) daughter
of Francisco and Ynes de Hoyos, native of Lancerota, abouut 30
years old, good height, fair complexion, long face, black eyes, hair
50.-Francisco Delgado. son of Lucas and the above Mariana,
native of Lancerota, about 16 years old, medium height, fair com-
plexion, thin nose, light grey eyes, chestnut hair & eyebrows, two
moles on the right cheek.
51.-Domingo Delgado. son of Lucas and the above Mariana;
native of Lancerota, 2 years old,fair complexion, round face, red-
dish hair, thin nose, greenish eyes.
52.-Leonor Delgado, daughter of Lucas and the above Mariana,
about 4 years old, native of Lancerota, round face, fair com-
plexion, large black eyes, black hair & eyebrows.
Consisting of four single men.
53.-iPhclipe Perez. son of Domingo and Maria Granados, na-
tive of Teneriffe, 20 years old, medium height, broad shoulders,
long face, dark complexion, thin nose, blue eyes, black hair & eye-
brows, large forehead.
54.-Joseph Antonio Perez. brother of foregoing and son of
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