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Juan Osca de Alzamora
(Abt 1625-)
Juliana Rael de Aguilar
(Abt 1640-After 1703)
Alonso García
(1627-1694/1697)
Teresa Varela de Losada
(Abt 1636-)
Alonso Jayme Rael de Aguilar
(1661-1735)
Josefa Ana García de Noriega
(1654-1735)
Alonso Rael de Aguilar
(1697-Between 1745/1750)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Tomasa Montoya

2. Melchora Sandoval Martínez

Alonso Rael de Aguilar

  • Born: 1697, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252,1485
  • Marriage (1): Tomasa Montoya in 1709 in Nuevo Méjico. Nueva España 252
  • Marriage (2): Melchora Sandoval Martínez on 9 Feb 1729 in Villa de Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 1485
  • Died: Between 1745 and 1750, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España

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• Background Information: 252
Alonso Rael de Aguilar II, often referred to as "El Mozo" followed in his father's steps as a military figure. In 1715 he was involved in a serious case when he stabbed a soldier fatally and then sought sanctuary in various mission churches. In 1745 he made his last will, in which he stated that he was a native of New Mexico who had lived in Santa Fe for forty-eight years. His first wife was Tomasa Montoya, married eighteen years when she died, by whom he had the following six children: Alonso III, Josefa, Francisca, Manuela, Margarita (died when five), and Julián Lorenzo.

He had been married a second time, for eighteen years also, to Melchora de Sandoval Martínez, by whom he had two children, Tomasa and José. Tomasa Montoya had died on 20 May 1727, and was buried near the altar of La Conquistadora.

Alonso then married Melchora at her home (because she was ill) on 9 Feb 1729. He died on 15 Mar 1745; Melchora lived on until 21 Oct 1783. Both Alonso and his father left behind a reputation of heavy gamblers.

Of his children, Alonso III went to study in New Spain in 1750, and is not heard of again; Josefa married Juan Manuel Sandoval in 1733 ; Francisca became the wife of Juan González in 1747; Manuela married Baltasar Baca (q.v.); Julián Lorenzo married Teresa González, and died on 24 Jan 1799, at the age of seventy-two, and Feliciana, not mentioned in her father's will, had married Salvador Martin in 1743. Of the two children by the second wife, Tomasa married Salvador de Ribera in 1747, while José (Pablo) married María Barbara Baca; he enlisted as a soldier in 1759 when twenty-five years of age.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 11784-11797


Alonso married Tomasa Montoya, daughter of Antonio de Montoya and Maria Hurtado de Salas, in 1709 in Nuevo Méjico. Nueva España.252 (Tomasa Montoya was born before May 1697 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España,1485 died on 20 May 1727 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252 and was buried near the altar of La Conquistadora, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)


Alonso next married Melchora Sandoval Martínez, daughter of Miguel Sandoval Martínez and Lucía Gómez Robledo, on 9 Feb 1729 in Villa de Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.1485 (Melchora Sandoval Martínez was born about 1698 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 1080 and died on 21 Oct 1783 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial: 1485
30 Sep 1728, Santa Fé. Alonso Rael de Aguilar, 38, native of this realm, son of Alonso Rael de Aguilar and Josepha Garsia de Noriega, widow of doña Tomasa Montoia, who died in this villa, with doña Melchora de Sandobal Martines, 30 more of less, single, daughter of Miguel de Sandobal Martines and doña Luisa Gomes Robledo.

Withnesses: Phelipe de Tamaris, 42, a soldier of this royal presidio of the said villa; Juan Phelipe de Rivera, 34, a soldier of said presidio; Juan de Abeitia, 23, a soldier of this presidio; José Trujillo, 22, a soldier of this presidio; Dimas Giron, curandero of this villa de Santa Fé who was the witness with Juan Manuel Chirinos and José Barela. The marriage took place when the bride said she was sick, the groom came in, and they got married. The mother reters to the case to the vice custodio because she is afraid her daughter is in mortal sin and danger of losing her soul.

Witnesses: Francisco Gonzales, 48, who it is said is the true father of said Melchora, admitting he visited and left Luisa with a baby boy or girl, that Luisa's husband was a soldier who had left for the city of Zacatecas for six months during which time Francisco's visits to Luisa were frequent; and that Melchora was born four months after Miguel returned. Luisa then says that the daughter of Francisco Gonzales, melchora Martines, was not raised by her mother, but by Petrona Gomes.

Seven priests, Juan de la Cruz, Fry Juan Sánchez and Fry Pedro Antonio Esquer, signed a document stating that the married couple say they are justly married. With no impediment, the couple was veiled on 9 Feb 1729 by Fry Juan del Pino with witnesses José de Armijo and José de Barela.

"NM Roots, Ltd., and Addendum, Installment Number Four," NM Genealogist, Vol. 49:4, Dec 2010, p. 186


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