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Solano

Calvin E. Ray, Jr. (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jul 2000 5:27AM GMT
The Solano Family has the oldest known
family records in the United States. I have
some of the records, "Genforum" has some of
the family "tree" listed. Would love to
receive information from other Solano
families. The family originated in the
Northern province of Spain, one of our first
family members arrived to the "New Country",
{now it is St. Augustine, Florida} with the
Explorer named Ponce de Leon was Vincent
Solano. Hope to hear from someone soon.

Calvin Ray

Re: Solano

Dawn Hurst Clark (View posts)
Posted: 9 Oct 2011 12:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Solano, Solana, Ortagus, Masters (Mestres)
My family started with Viscente (Viscent) Solano 1569, my grandmother Solano, my ggrandmother Solano, gggrandmother Masters, Uncles Ortagus and Solanos. I have extensive lineage on paper...

Re: Solano

Dawn Hurst Clark (View posts)
Posted: 9 Oct 2011 12:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Calvin Ive been looking for you!!! I have you in my data base under: Marlene Joy Hallford, is she your mom? Your wife Lisa Michele Conally??

Re: Solano

Dawn Hurst Clark (View posts)
Posted: 9 Oct 2011 12:42PM GMT
Classification: Query
Im looking for off-spring from Colese Solano and Buddy Masters, I used to go with my parents to thier house in St Augustine to visit when we went on vacation from New Smyrna Beach Fl to visit the Solanos and Ortagus's. Do you know them? Walter Solano is her (Colese) father. Harriet Lanora Solano, your Aunt? Somebody stop me!! lol

Re: Solano

Crystal Solana (View posts)
Posted: 22 Jul 2012 3:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Jul 2012 3:12AM GMT
Look for Solana too, as you probably know. It's usually how we find Vincent's name spelled. I just found what may be the first "Solano" as opposed to "Solana" in the Birth and then Marriage Records from the St. Aug cathedral. Or rather, the head researcher at the St. Aug Historical Society Research Library did based on a hand written record of my great grandmother's.
Apparently Francisco Solano, immigrated from Valencia Spain around 1810-1812, as he had a child with and then married the mother of that child in St. Augustine. He was an officer in the Spanish military, Cuban brigade. The child was Margarita Apolonia Solano, the wife was an Usina (her mother was a Capo.)
Apparently this is the earliest Church record with that Spelling of the name. This is a new discovery. And quite cool!
Crystal Solana Bryan (4x great granddaughter of Manuel Lorenzo Solana & Maria Maestre)
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