This online resource consists of a database that provides both researchers and other users with data recorded in the Cadastre of the Marquis of La Ensenada on the Lecrin Valley. It highlights the great value that can be derived from the exploitation of such a valuable source of documentation as the Cadastre of the Marquis of La Ensenada. The attempted fiscal reform of the Ensenada Cadastre in Andalusia was carried out during the first four years after its inception in 1750. The operations carried out in the Intendencia de Granada were under the direction of Luis González Torres Navarra, Marquis of Campoverde. Initially, the aim of this operation was to improve in some way the system of administration of the territory. In short, it is a work promoted by the GENARQ research project (History of Architecture from a Gender Perspective) developed within the Families, Inequality and Generational Change, 1700-1900 Project. Among its sections we can carry out searches related to homeowners through a glossary specialised by surnames and sex, as well as by houses and references to other buildings.
Scope: Baccalaureate, University
Resource type: Web
Source: Proyecto de investigación GENARQ (Historia de la Arquitectura desde una perspectiva de género)
Owner: Daniel Maldonado Cid (Modernalia)
Copyright: © Casaslecrin
Abstract: Online database with access to numerous references to houses and owners in the Lecrin Valley, according to the Ensenada CadastreImage