Bartolomé Romero
(1528-After 1631)


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María de Adeva

Bartolomé Romero

  • Born: 1528, Corral de Almaguer, Toledo, España, Iberia 274
  • Baptized: Corral de Almaguer, Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, España
  • Marriage: María de Adeva 498
  • Died: After 1631

bullet  General Notes:

Corral de Almaguer, España is located east of Toledo
~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, p.

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Family Background. 498
Romero may have come from conversos family. Romero's hometown, Corral de Almaguer, had a large Jewish population, and the name Romero show up among the "New Christians" in official baptismal records. Bartolomé's baptismal records, dated April 1557, names his parents and padrinos. His parents were Bartolomé Romero and María de Adeva. His padrinos were Blas Ramírez and Juana Martínez del Campo.

A woman named Isabel Romero from Quintanar de la Orden, fourteen miles from Bartolomé's hometown, was convicted by the Inquisition of Cuenca in 1589 for practicing Judaism. She was married to Alonso del Campo. There may have been some relationship between the couple and Bartolomé's padrinos.

~To the End of the Earth, pp. 112-114

Bartolomé married María de Adeva.498 (María de Adeva was born about 1532 in Corral de Almaguer, España.)


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