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José Sánchez
(Abt 1691-After 1752)
Teresa Jaramillo
(Abt 1692-1752)
Pedro Durán y Chávez
(Abt 1677-1735)
Juana Montoya y Hinojos
Jacinto Sánchez Captain
(Abt 1704-1763)
Efigenia Durán y Chávez
(1714-Bef 1797)
Pedro Antonio Sánchez


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Maria de la Luz Baca y Chávez

Pedro Antonio Sánchez

  • Born: 1734, Atrisco, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 41
  • Marriage: Maria de la Luz Baca y Chávez after 23 Aug 1761 in Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 41,248
  • Died: 17 May 1823, Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España at age 89

bullet   Another name for Pedro was Julian Diego Antonio Pedro Sánchez.

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Census, 1790, Atrisco, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. 33
Third Plaza of Atrisco
Pedro Sanches; 52, rancher m. Maria de la luz Baca, 47; 4 sons 18, 11, 7, 1; 4 daughters 16, 12, 8, 6; 2 females servants: 1 Apache and her son, 1 female

• Census, 1802, Atrisco, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. 270
3rd Plaza de Sr. San José de los Sánches:
Pedro Antonio Sanches; wife Maria de la Luz Baca; sons: Manuel, Rafel: Barvara Apolonia Sánches.

Spanish & Méxican census 1750-1830, Page 133

• Family Connection. 40
Juan María Sanches baptized 26 Feb 1828 at age 1 day old; daughter of Rafael Sanches and María Ysabel Candelaria; pgp/Pedro Sanches and Luz Chaves; mgp/ Tomás Candelaria & Juana Chaves; gp/ Manuel Antonio Sanches & María Josefa Apodaca.

ABQ. Baptisms, p. 536

Pedro married Maria de la Luz Baca y Chávez, daughter of Domingo Manuel Baca Captain and Feliciana Durán y Chávez, after 23 Aug 1761 in Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 41.,248 (Maria de la Luz Baca y Chávez was born in 1746 in Los Sánchez de Atrisco, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencias Matrimoniales. 248
23 Aug 1761, Don Pedro Sanches (27) of Atrisco, son of Captain Jacinto Sanches and Doña María Durán y Chaves, petitioned to marry Doña María Luz Baca (16), daughter of Captain Don Manuel Baca and Doña Feliciana Durán y Chaves. Dispensed, closed 3rd degree consanguinity; excuse, "The paucity in this Kingdom of blood equality."; one witness in particular, Don Jaun Francisco Moya, says the groom's grandfather and the bride's grandfather were sons of the same parent Don Salvador Martinez (62), Salvador Manuel Velasquez (46).

~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales
, p. 1700

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