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Tomé Domínguez
(Abt 1576-)
Lenor González
(Abt 1578-)
Benito de París González
(1580-Bef 1625)
Leonor Francisca de Mendoza
(Abt 1580-Bef 1625)
Tomé Domínguez
(Abt 1596-1656)
Elena Ramirez de Mendoza
(Abt 1596-Bef 1661)
Leonor Domínguez de Mendoza
(-1680)

 

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Cristó de Anaya Almazán

Leonor Domínguez de Mendoza

  • Marriage: Cristó de Anaya Almazán 252
  • Died: Aug 1680, Angostura, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 252
Cristóbal de Anaya Almazán was married Leonor Domínguez de Mendoza, daughter of Captain Tomé Domínguez and Elena Ramírez de Mendoza. They had these four children in 1663: Cristóbal II, eleven years old; Catalina, eight; Francisco, five; and María, two. In 1680 death fell suddenly on Cristóbal, his wife, six children, and four others of his household, when the Santo Domingo Indians pounced on his estancia at Angostura, leaving their naked bodies across the threshold.

Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period (Kindle Locations 425-445).


Leonor married Cristó de Anaya Almazán, son of Francisco de Anaya Almazán and Juana López de Villafuente.252 (Cristó de Anaya Almazán was born in 1626-1629 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252.)


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