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Francisco de Salazar Hachero
(-1643)
Miguel de Hinojos
(1610-)
Zuni Woman
(1621-)
Bartolomé de Salazar
(Abt 1630-1673)
María de Hinojos
(Abt 1636-)
Agustín María de Salazar
(1665-1740)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Felipa Teresa de Gamboa

Agustín María de Salazar

  • Born: 1665, Zuñi Pueblo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252
  • Marriage: Felipa Teresa de Gamboa on 27 Nov 1708 in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248,1512
  • Died: 7 Feb 1740, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España at age 75

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
Agustín de Salazar was a blind interpreter, "proficient in his mother's tongue." Agustín reported the impending Indian resistance late in December, 1693, while Vargas was waiting for the Tanos to vacate Santa Fe. He was helped to safety by Miguel Luján. In 1698 he gave his age as thirty-three. His father, perhaps, was Bartolomé de Salazar, pre-Rebellion Alcalde of Zuñi and Moqui. Agustín and his wife Felipa de Gamboa had a daughter named Lugarda, who married Vicente Jirón in 1723. Another duaghter, Josefa, married Juan Lorenzo de Valdés. They also had a son named Antonio.

~The Origins of New México Families, p. 279

Agustín de Salazar and Felipa de Gamboa had another son, Miguel, who married María Trujillo, 17, of Santa Fe, on Feb. 4, 1721. His parents were still alive and residing in Santa Cruz (DM, 1721, no. 6). Felipa de Gamboa had been involved in a public scandal with Juan de Atienza in 1704 (Gen., 1704, no. 2).

Antonio de Salazar, their other son, and María de Torres had these known children at Santa Cruz: Juan Antonio, Sept. 23, 1714; and Nicolás, Sept. 17, 1721 (Gen., 1710, no. 7).

Nicolás Salazar and Lucía de Torres had a child, Nicolasa, Sept. 28, 1721; her godparents were the preceding couple (ibid.). Hence, in all likelihood, this Nicolás was another son of Agustín who had married his brother Antonio's sister-in-law.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 16704-16715

• Background Information. 239
Augustín de Salazar was an interpreter, "proficient in his mother's tongue." Even though he was blind, he used his languge ability to warn of the impending Indian resistance that developed when Vargas was waiting for the Tanos to vacate Santa Fe. He had overheard the Indians talking about how they would defeat Vargas and informed Miguel Lujan who relayed the information to Vargas at 4 am. The fact that he was in Santa Fé in Dec of 1693 proves that he and his family made the trip north with the first reconquest settler party. The phrase, 'his mother's tongue," seems to negate Fray Angélico Chávez's suggestion that he might have been Apache and supports the fact that his mother, María de Hinojos, was indeed pueblo (Zuñi).

• Census: Diego de Vargas El Paso Area Muster, Dec 1692-Jan 1693, Pueblo la Ysleta del Sur, Nuevo Méjico. Nueva España. 287
Nineth household, two sons, his mother-in-law, on of her daughters

Agustín de Salazar, married to Felipa de Gamboa, with two sons named Antonio, four and Miguel, two. Likewise, living in this house were his mother-in-law, named Lucía Martín, with one daughter, a young woman named Petrona Domínguez, sixteen. He states that being given a way to settle that kingdom, he will go with his family.

~ To The Royal Crown Restored, p. 61

• Census: Spanish, 1707, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. 1512
Augustín Salazar married with Felipe (de Gamboa) has eight persons.

Early Settlers of Santa Cruz de la Cañada, p. 68


Agustín married Felipa Teresa de Gamboa, daughter of Juan de Gamboa and Lucía Martín Barba, on 27 Nov 1708 in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248.,1512 (Felipa Teresa de Gamboa was born in 1672 in San Juan de los Caballeros, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 71 and died on 6 Feb 1756 in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Family Connection - Marriage Record. 1512
Antono Salazar, son of Antonio Salazar and Felipa Gamboa married to María Torres, daughter of Christóbal Torres and Angela Leyva. Padrinos: Sabastian Vargas & María Leyva.

El Farolito, Volume 14 #1, p. 30

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Family Connection - Diligencia Matrimonial, 10 Oct 1708, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. 248
Antonio Salazar, native of El Paso del Norte living in New Mexico, son of Agustin Salazar and Felipa Gamboa, natives of New Mexico, and María Torres of Santa Fé, daughter of Alferez Cristóbal Torres and Angela Leyva, natives of New Mexico. Witnesses: Tomás Jiron de Tejeda and Pedro Martin, natives of Puebla, married and living in Santa Fé; Galtasar Romero, Lorenzo Madrid. The couple married, 27 Nov 1703, with witnesses Sebastian de Vargas and María de Leyva.

~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, p. 1672


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