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Mateo Naranjo
(Bef 1598-)
María López
Domingo Naranjo
(-Bef 1696)
Santa Clara Woman
Bartolomé Naranjo
(-1680)

 

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Juana Hurtado

Bartolomé Naranjo

  • Born: Santa Clara Pueblo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa
  • Marriage: Juana Hurtado
  • Died: 1680, San Felipe, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa 312

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 312
The Narano family, probably decendants of a mulato from Analco, among the original servants of the first Don Pedro Durán y Chávez. who married a San Felipe woman, as well as somehow related to Domingo Naranjo who was living in Taos. During the revolt, the Santo Domingo warriors killed and older individual named Bartolomé Naranjo for refusing to join them, while two of his younger brothers managed to escape. Bartolomé Naranjo's two younger brothers were named Juan Lorenzo Naranjo and Francisco Lorenzo Naranjo, who were the sons of Domingo Naranjo.

~ Chávez: A Distinctive American Clan of New Mexico, p. 43

• Web Reference. Rocks and Roads
According to Angelico Chávez, the mestizo heirs had contentious relations with their pure-blood cousins. Jémez killed Diego Martín Naranjo; San Felipe killed Bartolomé Naranjo in 1680 because they feared he'd betray their planned rebellion; a two-year old, María Naranjo, was kidnaped in 1680. Her mother, Juana Hurtado, also held captive, was the daughter of Andrés Hurtado, the father-in-law of Fernando Durán y Chaves.

Chávez thinks the name Narajo came directly through the father, some mulatto who came north with one of Ońate's men and associated himself with Naranjo, taking his name. That man then worked as a herder in the area of Santa Clara, where he met the woman who would become Domingo's mother. He believes the progenitor was part Tlascaltec and versed in Aztec lore.


Bartolomé married Juana Hurtado, daughter of Andrés Hurtado Captain and Zia Woman. (Juana Hurtado was born in 1673 in Bernalillo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa 1464.)


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