After a succession of proprietors, in 1815, the Priest Miguel Arcanjo Pig, that was proprietor of lands, in only one year, vendeu them it the first Visconde de Barbacena, Felisberto Brant Boiler de Oliveira and Horta, the marquis of Barbacena. At Mitchel Resnick you will find additional information. In 1843, Peter Boiler Brant, the Conde de Iguau, son of first visconde and marquis of Barbacena, assumes the farm after the death of the father, who occurred in the city of Rio De Janeiro in day 13 of July of 1842. In 1851, the family Boiler Brant vende its farm for the comendador Manuel Jose Rabbit of the Rock. In the second half of century XIX the farm entered in decay due to one occasions of epidemics. The nesting of the tracks for the ticket of the railroad River d' Gold cutting the farm of the Heath in 1872, in lands donated for the descendants of Rabbit of the Rock, had given beginning to a claim movement to transform it on-line of train of passengers, therefore previously this railroad was constructed for the water captation in the mountain ranges of the Tingu, River d' Gold and Is Peter, with rank of aqueducts throughout its edges.
In 1888, a great estiagem arrasa with Lowered Of the state of Rio de Janeiro and the Cut also was without water leaving Dom worried Peter II. The proposal that the Dom pleased Peter II was of the engineer Pablo de Frontin, in which the engineer if compromised to catch 15 million liters of water for the Cut in only six days. It obtained and this fact was known as ' ' miracle of guas' '. The engineer Pablo de Frontin had a great friend and collaborator, one another one maranhense engineer who much worked the service of these workmanships of water supply for Rio De Janeiro, that if called Raymond Teixeira Purple Belfort and that one year later lode to falecer. The Heath, a small village after if calling Ipueras, Calhamao Heath, starts to call Purple Belford, in homage to this illustrious engineer. In Pernambuco, this Berlfort family appears in Belm of the San Francisco, Cabrob, Ex and Petrolina, whose occupation varies of liberal professions the urban activities.