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    The Marker was placed by Don Tristan de Luna Chapter of the National Society, Daughters of the American Colonists, and Historic Pensacola Preservation Board, 1992. The text of the marker reads as follows: The Lear-Rocheblave House was built on the site of the British Government House of the 1770’s. Built by John and Kate Lear, the house was purchased in 1897 by Benito Rocheblave, a local tug boat captain. The Rocheblave family has long been part of West Florida’s historical tradition, having settled in Colonial Spanish Florida around 1817.
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