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Antonio de Armijo
(Abt 1628-After 1688)
Damiana Violante
José de Armijo
(Abt 1649-Bef 1690)
Catalina Durán
José Durán de Armijo
(Abt 1684-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
María Manuela Velásquez

José Durán de Armijo

  • Born: Abt 1684, Zacatecas, Nueva España
  • Marriage: María Manuela Velásquez on 16 Jun 1710 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
José Durán de Armijo, son of José de Armijo and Catalina Durán, married María Manuela Velásquez in 1710. He gave his age as thirty in 1718, and Santa Fe as his place of residence. In 1710 he worked on the restoration of San Miguel Chapel in Santa Fe. He had a son, Antonio, and a daughter, Rosa. It seems as though the mother died young, for José had given the girl to the childless wife of Antonio de Ulibarrí. José was still living in 1732 when Rosa was suing Ulibarrí for her adopted mother's inheritance.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 5862-5871


José married María Manuela Velásquez on 16 Jun 1710 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. (María Manuela Velásquez was born in 1692 in Guatamala.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial. 248
14 Jun, Santa Fe. José de Armijo (26), native of City of Zacatecas, son of José de Armijo and Catarina Durán, natives of the same city, and María Manuel Velasquez (18) daughter of José Blasquez and Juana de Caras. ~Witnesses: Pedro de Rojas Liscano (43), native of Villa de Herrera in Real de Sombrerete, married, and Juan Ramos (36), native of Salvatierra, married. The bride had been deposited in some house, then returned to her parents saying that she did not wish to get married. The groom renewed his petition, contending that they had pledged themselves before his brother, Antonio Durán de Armijo, but the priest had said that had said that this did not constitute a married. Then the bride was deposited again in the house of Captán Diego Arias and his wife. Mentioned also are Francisca Moya and Juana Rodríguez. New testimonies now iven before Cristóbal Gongora, notary. Lucía Gómez, wife of Miguel de Dios and bride's comadre, berates her for marrying against her parent's will; María de Samano Conejo, mentioned as wife of José Rodríguz; Juan Antonio Esquibel (50), native of Mexico City, married; Juan manuel Chironos (40), native also of Mexico City. Pair married, 16 Jun 1710.

~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, pp. 125-126


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