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Francisco Xavier Durán y Chávez
(Abt 1708-Bef 1764)
María Manuela Padilla
(1721-)
Francisco Padilla Captain
(1712-Bef 1763)
Ysabel Baca
(-Bef 1763)
Juan Domingo Durán y Chávez
(1741-)
Augustina Lucia Padilla
(1744-)
Juan José Chávez
(1760-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Maria Josefa Trujillo

Juan José Chávez

  • Born: 1760, Belén, Nuevo Méico, Nueva España 438
  • Marriage: Maria Josefa Trujillo on 23 Jun 1789 438

Juan married Maria Josefa Trujillo, daughter of Santiago Trujillo and Maria Victoria Durán y Chávez, on 23 Jun 1789.438 (Maria Josefa Trujillo was born on 1 Nov 1769 in Belén, Nuevo Méico, Nueva España 438.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial. 438
Juan José Chaves, 27, widowed by his first wife, María Josefa Baca, was the legitimate son of Domingo Chaves and the late Agustina Padilla. María Josefa Trujillo, 24, española, was the legitimate daughter of Santiago Trujillo and Victoria Chaves, citizens of Isleta and Belen. The couple was related in the fourth degree of consanguinity.

Witnesses: Pedro Padilla explained the relationship as follows:
Fernando Chaves husband of Lucia Hurtado
father of    mother of
Pedro Chavessiblings Nicolás Chaves
father of  father of
Francisco Javier Chaves 1st cousin Hernando Chaves
father of    father of
Domino Chaves2nd cousinVictoria Chaves
father of   mother of
Juan José Chaves 3rd cousinMaría Josefa Trujillo

Juan Bautista Montaño, 66, citzen of Tomé
Bernardo Mirabel, 54, citizen of Tomé.

In Belen, Fray Bernal took statements in lieu of baptismal enries, which he could not locate.
Juan Cristóbal Sánchez and Joaquín Torres stated tha they were present when Fray Iniesta baptized María Josefa Trujillo, and the godparents were Juan Felipe Baca and his wife, María Isabel Baca, both deceased. The baptism took place 1 Nov 1769 in Belen.

The declarations were forwarded to Durango. On 20 Mar 1794 Bishop Tristán granted a dispensation with penance of donating of 9 pesos 3 reals to be applied to the works of the poor churches in the bishopric.

~New Mexico Prenuptial Investigations From the Arcivos Históricos de Arzabispado de Durango, 1760-1799. pp. 117-118


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