Andrés López Sambrano
- Born: San Miguel, Culiacan, Nueva España
- Marriage: Ana María de Anaya
Noted events in his life were:
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Andrés López Sambrano first appears in 1642 at Parral, testifying against the Baca faction. He was back in 1661-1664 as a forty-three-year-old captain acting as Lieutenant General of the Zuñi-Moqui district. He was a native of San Miguel in Culiacán. His wife was Ana María de Anaya, daughter of Francisco de Anaya Almazán and Juana López de Villafuerte, and they had a son, Diego & a daughter, Josefa, was the first wife of Francisco Lucero de Godoy.
~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 2698-2706
Andrés married Ana María de Anaya, daughter of Francisco de Anaya Almazán and Juana López de Villafuente.
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