Don José de Tepeaca
Mateo Naranjo
(Bef 1598-)
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Domingo Naranjo
(-Bef 1696)


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Domingo Naranjo

  • Marriage: Santa Clara Woman
  • Died: Bef 1696, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa

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

• Background Information. 252
Domingo was an Indian of New Spain who cast his lot with the Taos Indians when the Pueblos rebelled against the Spanish colony in 1680. He seems to have died by the time Vargas' Expedition came to Taos in 1696. But a son of his, José López Naranjo, "lobo de Yndio mulato," had joined the Spaniards.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period (Kindle Locations 10715-10718).

Domingo married Santa Clara Woman.


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