Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Pojoaque, end of 1785, Moran, Duran, Trujillo, Roybal
On September 25, 1785, married and veiled, Juan Domingo, single, Indian from Tesuque Pueblo, legitimate son of Perouche and Maria Rosa, deceased with Theressa, single Indian from the same Pueblo, legitimate daughter of Francisco and Josefa. Wit/ Joaquin, fiscal mayor, Juan Domingo and his wife Teodora.
On September 25, 1785, married and veiled, Juan Lorenzo, Indian, widower of the Pueblo of Tesuque, with Getrudis, single Indian of the same Pueblo, legitimate daughter of Agustin and Maria, both deceased. Wit/ Joaquin, fiscal mayor, Juanico the Governor.
On November 1, 1785, married and veiled, Juan Jose Duran, resident of Tesuque, legitimate son of Juan Jose Duran and Felipa Trujillo, with Juana Ruibal, española, single, resident of this jurisdiction (Jacona), legitimate daughter of Mathias Roibal and Juliana Quintana. Wit/ Matheo Romero and his wife Paula Trujillo, residents of Pojoaque.
On November 1, 1785, married and veiled Blas Felipe de Jesus Moran, single legitimate son of Facundo Moran and Juana Rodriguez, with Petra de la Luz Gonzales, single, legitimate daughter of Pedro Gonzales and Manuela Duran. Wit/ Salvador Thomas Belasquez and Maria Antonia Sena, his sister-in-law, from Rio de Tesuque and of this jurisdiction. (13)
On November 10, 1785, married and veiled, Juan Lorenzo, Indian single son of Xptobal and Rosa, both deceased with Maria, single, Indian, daughter of Juan and Juana. Wit/ Juan and Juana, his wife; all residents of Tesuque Pueblo.
On November 26, 1785, married and veiled Andres, Indian resident of Galisteo, legitimate son of Juan Antonio and Maria, both deceased with Manuela, Indian, single of Pojoaque, legitimate daughter of Joaquin and Lorenza, deceased. Wit/ Antonio Chaves and Ana Silvestra, his wife, all residents of Pojoaque. (14)
Reference: FHL #16040
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