Devilliers Street

Devilliers Street was named for a French nobleman, Marcos de Villiers, who was a colonel in the Spanish military. De Villiers was the commandant of San Marcos de Apalache (later known as Fort St. Marks under the British and Americans) and served under Galvez in the battles of Mobile and Pensacola in 1781, after which he settled in Pensacola with his wife and 10 children and became part of the community. De Villiers was the father-in-law of John Innerarity (by his daughter Marie Victoria) and Arnaldo Guillemard (by his daughter Marie Josepha).

Tour Devilliers Street

The properties below are listed from north to south on Devilliers. Select one of the pictured properties to learn more about it.

Between Blount and Lee

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Devilliers between Blount and Lee.

Between Lee and Lloyd

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Devilliers between Lee and Lloyd.

Between Lloyd and Brainerd

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Devilliers between Lloyd and Brainerd.

Between Brainerd and Gonzales

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Devilliers between Brainerd and Gonzales.

Between Gonzales and De Soto

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Devilliers between Gonzales and De Soto.

On Devilliers, the North Hill Preservation District stops at De Soto Street.

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