Friday, June 15, 2012

Pojoaque Burials - Trujillo, Romero, Roybal, Garcia, Archuleta

On July 4, 1780, Juan Joseph was buried, son of unknown father and servant of Juan Joseph de ___ from Paso, signed here at the mission of San Francisco de Nambe.

On July 5, 1780, Maria was buried, legitimate daughter of Thomas and Maria Getrudis Mestas, Indians of the Pueblo of Pojoaque, signed here at the mission of San Francisco de Nambe.

On July 17, 1780, Joachin Aze was buried, widower and son of this Pueblo, signed at said mission.

On August 6, 1780, Maria Clara was buried, parbula, daughter of Jose Trugillo and Maria Antonia, Indians of Pojoaque, signed here at the mission of San Francisco de Nambe. (293-13)

On August 9, 1780, Antonio Pablo, parbulo, son of Miguel Yemo and Josefa, Indians of the Pojoaque Pueblo, signed here at the mission of San Francisco de Nambe.

On August 27, 1780, Pedro Antonio, the age of 7 and three months was buried.  Son of the Pueblo.

On August 29, 1780, Jose Giegue, married with Geronima, of said Pueblo of Pojoaque.

On September 15, 1780, Maria Manuela was buried, daughter of deceased parents, Antonio Trugillo and Juana Archuleta, from Santa Fe. (294-14)

On October 19, 1780, Maria Rita Roibal was buried, criada of don Bernardo Roibal, she was married at this Pueblo with Paulin Lujan.

On January 10, 1781, Maria Josefa, parbula, daughter of Ysidro Antonio Romero and Juana Lujan, españoles and residents of this Pueblo.

On January 13, 1781, Tereza Garsia, collota, criada of Ramon Garsia, (widow) and died in the house of Ylario Archuleta.

On February 5, 1781, Alexandro Romero, single son of Jose Romero and Nicolasa Trugillo, resident. (Frame 295-15)

References:  AASF #37, Pojoaque Burials
Ⓒ 2012 Henrietta M. Christmas

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