FLOR500, Garden 12 Marianna Bonifay, Businesswoman (ca. 1760–1829) Marianna Bonifay carved a niche in Pensacola history through her astute business sense. She moved to Pensacola with her five children about 1781 and formed a partnership with Charles Lavalle to build homes for Spanish colonists moving to Pensacola. The duo later operated a successful brick business.
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Marianna Bonifay, Businesswoman 

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Marianna Bonifay, Businesswoman

(ca. 1760–1829)

Marianna Bonifay carved a niche in Pensacola history through her astute business sense. She moved to Pensacola with her five children about 1781 and formed a partnership with Charles Lavalle to build homes for Spanish colonists moving to Pensacola. The duo later operated a successful brick business.  





 




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