Vicente Chávez
Juana Aragón
Francisco Antonio Chávez
(1778-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. María Gertrudis Baca
2. Mónica Sánchez

Francisco Antonio Chávez

  • Born: 19 Mar 1778, Tomé , Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 438
  • Baptized: 4 Apr 1778, Tomé , Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 438
  • Marriage (1): María Gertrudis Baca
  • Marriage (2): Mónica Sánchez in 1809

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Baptismal Record. 438
In the puesto of Tomé in the Alburquerque jurisdiction on 4 Apr 1778, Father García baptized Francisco Antonio, born on 19 Mar 1778, the legitimate son of Vicente Chaves and Juana Aragón, españoles and citizens of Tomé. Padrinos were Juan Vallejo and Bárbara Luna.

New Mexico Prenuptial Investigations, From the Archivos Históricos del Arzobispado de Durango
, 1800-1893, p. 69


Francisco married María Gertrudis Baca, daughter of Jose Maria Baca and Juana María Victoriana Sánchez y Bañales.


Francisco next married Mónica Sánchez, daughter of José Sánchez and María Guadalupe de los Reyes Padilla, in 1809. (Mónica Sánchez was born about 1794 in Río Abajo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 438.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial. 438
Francisco Antonio Chaves and Mónica Sánchez, Alburquerque, 27 Sep 1808-9 Jan 1809, AHAD-363, f. 583-589.

Francisco Antonio Chaves, 30, español, legitimate son of Vicente Chaves and Juana Aragón, citizen of the puesto of Valencia in the Alburquerque jurisdiction and widowed by María Gertrudis Baca. Mónica Sánchez, 14, española, legitimate daughter of the late José Sánchez and Guadalupe Padilla, citizens of the jurisdiction of Belén. The couple was related in the third and fourth degrees of affinity.
Witnesses:
Antonio Rosalío Chaves, 79, citizen of Alburquerque
Lázaro Baca, 59, citizen of Alburquerque.

Diego Padilla1st degreePedro Padilla
María Luisa Padilla2nd degreeGuadulupe Padilla
Victoria Sánchez3rd degreeMónica Sánchez
María Gertrudis Baca4th degree

Father Aambrosio frwarded the proceedings to Belén o 27 Sep. Fathher Álvarez question Mónica there on 8 Oct 1808. Father Álvarez noted that Mónica was poor, was a lifelong resident in the Belén area, and had her mother's permission to marry.
Witnesses:
Francisco Eulogio Sáenz, 50, parishioner of Belén
José Anastacio Hernández, 51, parishioner of Belén
Father Álvarez forwarded the proceedings to Durango on 8 Oct 1808. On 9 Jan 1809, Vicar General Millán Rodríguez granted dispensation.

New Mexico Prenuptial Investigations, From the Archivos Históricos del Arzobispado de Durango, 1800-1893, p. 69


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