Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Monday, November 30, 2020
While living in Bosque, New Mexico, Cayetano appears to have most of his children living within the area. There is not enough information to link some of these families - yet using locality, ages, names we can make it fit. DNA is what we need.
|Courtesy H. M. Christmas near Estaca, NM|
1. Cayetano Pacheco, son of Sergeant Felipe Pacheco and Rosa Martin, was born about February 1732 in Rio Arriba, New Mexico1 and was baptized on 18 February 1732.
General Notes: Lived in Bosque
• He appeared on the census in 1816 in Bosque, New Mexico. Cayetano Pacheco, 64; Ygnacia Sandoval, 57; children: Jose Concepcion, 23; Bicenta Montolla, 14.
Cayetano married Maria Luisa Mestas. Maria was born in New Mexico and died on 18 September 1789 in San Juan de Los Caballeros, New Mexico. 
Children from this marriage were:
2 i. Juan Jose Pacheco was born circa 1763. Juan married Mariana Lopez, daughter of Silvestre Lopez and Barbara Tafoya, on 30 October 1794 in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, New Mexico.
3 ii. Felipe Santiago Pacheco was born on 27 April 1774 in Chama, New Mexico and was baptized on 1 May 1774 in Santa Clara, New Mexico. 
• He appeared on the census in 1816 in Bosque, New Mexico. Phelipe Pacheco, 40; Maria Gertrudis Cordova, 35; children: Gabriela, 14; Ysidro, 12; Maria Manuela, 9; Maria Soledad, 7; Juan 5; Josefa, 2; Josef Mariano, 1.
Felipe married Maria Gertrudes Cordova circa 1800. Maria was born circa 1781.
4 iii. Antonio Jose Pacheco was born on 19 September 1776 in San Juan de Los Caballeros, New Mexico  and was baptized on 21 September 1776.
5 iv. Maria Agustina Pacheco was born on 28 August 1777 in San Juan de Los Caballeros, New Mexico and was baptized on 1 September 1777. 
6 v. Juan Bautista Rafael Pacheco was born on 23 July 1780 in San Juan de Los Caballeros, New Mexico and was baptized on 24 July 1780. 
7 vi. Juan Antonio Pacheco was born circa 1782.
• He appeared on the census in 1816 in Bosque, New Mexico.  Juan Antonio Pacheco, 34; Maria Encarnacion Bernal, 26; Juana Micaela, 6; Jose Miguel, 3; Jose Maria, 1.
Juan married Maria Encarnacion Bernal. Maria was born circa 1790.
8 vii. Juana Rafaela Pacheco was born on 20 October 1782 in San Juan de Los Caballeros, New Mexico and was baptized on 23 October 1782. 
9 viii. Jose Rafael Pacheco was born on 24 October 1786 in San Juan de Los Caballeros, New Mexico and was baptized on 25 October 1786. 
• He appeared on the census in 1816 in Bosque, New Mexico. 
Jose Rafael Pacheco, 31; Reyes Cordova, 23; Jose Guadalupe 2.
Jose married Maria de los Reyes Cordova. Maria was born circa 1793.
Cayetano next married Maria Ygnacia Sandoval on 5 May 1790 in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, New Mexico.13 Maria was born circa 1758 in New Mexico.
Children from this marriage were:
10 i. Juan Pacheco was born on 21 May 1792 in Bosque, New Mexico and was baptized on 27 May 1792. 
11 ii. Jose Concepcion de Los Dolores Pacheco was born on 8 December 1793 in Bosque, New Mexico and was baptized on 14 December 1793. 
1. AASF, LDS Film # 9, 10, 16976, San Juan de Los Caballeros Church Baptisms, Frame 510, entry 3. Bap Feb 18 1732, gp/ Antonio Salazar and Maria Torres.
2. New Mexico Genealogical Society Members, New Mexico Baptisms, San Juan de los Caballeros, NM 1726-1799 (NMGS 2016), Pg. 10.
3. Virginia Langham Olmsted, Spanish and Mexican Census 1750-1830 (NMGS. Albuquerque, NM. 1981), Pg. 157.
4. Archdiocese of Santa Fe, NM - San Juan, NM Burials, San Juan de los Caballeros Death Records (AASF Reel #37), 887:8. Maria Luisa Mestas wife of Cayetano Pacheco, she died 'anterior' received all the sacraments.
5. Fray Chavez, New Mexico Roots, Ltd.: A Demographic Perspective from Genealogical, Historical and Geographic Data Found in the Diligencias Matrimoniales, Pg. 1429.
6. NMGS Members, New Mexico Baptisms, Santa Clara, NM 1726-1805 (NMGS 2016), Pg. 84.
7. Virginia Langham Olmsted, Spanish and Mexican Census 1750-1830 (NMGS. Albuquerque, NM. 1981), Pg. 157 Bosque.
8. New Mexico Genealogical Society Members, New Mexico Baptisms, San Juan de los Caballeros, NM 1726-1799 (NMGS 2016), Pg. 129.
9. Ibid. Pg. 132.
10. Ibid. Pg. 147.
11. Ibid. Pg. 161.
12. Ibid. (NMGS 2016), Pg. 186.
13. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, Santa Cruz de la Cañada Marriages (Film # 16972, 16969, Santa Cruz, New Mexico), No Pg. #, entry 2. Cayetano Pacheco, wid/ Maria Luisa Mestas from San Juan with Maria Ygnacia Sandoval wid/ Julian Hernandez from Quemado.
14. New Mexico Genealogical Society Members, New Mexico Baptisms, San Juan de los Caballeros, NM 1726-1799 (NMGS 2016), Pg. 227.
Thursday, November 26, 2020
At Nuestra Señora de la Soledad (los Luceros), on February 9, 1763, Sebastian Martin, who owns the land, sell to the heirs of Juan Pacheco a piece of land, with a house, corral and south of the chapel. He sold this for the sum of $28 pesos.
Signed: Carlos Fernandez, Juan Domingo Lobato, Pablo Francisco Villapando
Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Series I, Twitchell 690
Saturday, November 21, 2020
Antonio Bernal from Santa Cruz, sold land to Antonio Pacheco, from Santa Fe. Bernal had received the lands from his mother-in-law, Maria Reyes Jiron. Sold for the price of $30 pesos.
The boundaries are north, a large arroyo to the south and lands of Isabel Linares, east are the lands of Diego Antonio Romero and to the west more of the Linares lands.
Dated 16 October 1725.
It is unclear which of the many Antonio Pacheco's this could be in the document.
Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Series I, Twitchell 683
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
Jose Pacheco against Juan de Alari. January 1771 in Santa Fe.
Jose Pacheco, a soldier in Santa Fe and declares that Juana Roybal, now deceased, had left in her will, to my children her heirs some lands and a house. Moreno had married Juana Roybal, who had fenced the lands.
A few months ago, Juan de Alari came along and removed said fence and moved the boundary, giving himself more land. I request that Alari show his deeds, showing the boundaries.
The alcalde stated - that the lands of Jose Pacheco and Manuela Roybal under the testament of Juana Roybal be withheld. Juana Roybal raised Manuela, her niece.
Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Series I, Twitchell 696
Friday, November 13, 2020
In November 1708, Roque Madrid considers what Silvestre Pacheco requests. Geronimo Pacheco, and my father, Francisco de Madrid during the Pueblo Revolt lost lands that joined. Madrid inherited these lands from Juan Ruiz de Caceres.
Geronimo Pacheco then gave to his daughter, Maria Pacheco (Juan Gamboa), the part of land where I live as I had married Juana Arvide, the daughter of said Maria Pacheco and granddaughter of Geronimo Pacheco; the grandfather of Silvestre Pacheco.
Sources: Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Series I, Twitchell 486.
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
In December 1708, Silbestre Pacheco sold a piece of land to Antonio Montoya for the price of 150 pesos. The lands are a mile down the river towards Pueblo Quemado. It includes a house with some farm lands.
In November 1708, Roque Madrid, that he allowed Juan Pacheco and his daughter Josepha the former wife of Juan de Tafoya to have it annexed to his lands next to his property. Since both Pachecos have died, the lands have passed to Nicolas Ortiz, husband of Juana Baca and from them to Silvestre Pacheco, his uncle. Pacheco is about to leave the area (likely to Janos). 
Juana Baca's parents are Jose Baca and Josefa Perez Pacheco. Josefa, the sister of Silvestre Pacheco.
 Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Series I, Twitchell 487.
 Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Series I, Twitchell 485.