Simón Pérez
Juan Pérez de Bustillo
(1558-Abt 1626)
María de la Cruz
(Abt 1560-After 1626)
Simón Pérez de Bustillo


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María Juana Zamora

Simón Pérez de Bustillo

  • Born: 1576, Nueva España 252
  • Marriage: María Juana Zamora 252

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
Simón Pérez de Bustillo was already a twenty-two-year-old soldier in 1598, when he was described as the son of Juan Pérez de Bustillo, a native of Mexico City, of medium height, dark and freckled, with a sparse beard. However, when declaring himself an "old colonist" in 1626, Simón said that he had been born in Zacatecas. In 1623 the Governor sent him, now a captain, to give an account of state affairs in New Mexico before the Viceroy. His wife, from a comparison of family charts, was Juana de Zamora, sister of Antonio Baca. They had a son, Nicolás, evidently adopted. Three daughters were: María, wife of Nicolás Ortiz, who slew Governor Rosas because of her; Juliana, married to Bias de Miranda; and Catalina, wife of Pedro Márquez.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 4017-4029

Simón married María Juana Zamora, daughter of Cristóbal Baca Capitán and Ana Ortiz.252 (María Juana Zamora was born in Ciudad de Méjico, Nueva España and died in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)


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