Juan Nepomuceno Alarid, makes his last will and testament in 1844.
He declares as part of his good, 1/3 of the house where he lives.
He declares that monies are owed him by the Provinicial Custom House for his work as an employee and clerk.
He declares that after all his debts are paid, that his good be given to his sister Maria del Rosario Alarid, who he names as his only heir.
He names his administrator, Juan Estevan Sena (brother-in-law) and Francisco Ortiz.
Signed November 27, 1844. Juan Nepomuceno Alarid
-He is the son of Juan Bautista Alarid and Maria Guadalupe Baca. He was born about 1820.
References: Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Series I, Twitchell 72, Frames 542-545
©Henrietta M. Christmas