Agustín Gerónimo de Aragón
(Abt 1587-)

 

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Francisca de Quintana

Agustín Gerónimo de Aragón 250

  • Born: Abt 1587, España or Nueva España 250
  • Marriage: Francisca de Quintana

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Reference: Website Aragón.
Agustín Gerónimo de Aragón, the grandfather of Ignacio de Aragón (ONMF: 127) was master organ-maker ("maestro de hacer órganos") by occupation. In 1623, Agustín Gerónimo was a witness for the solicitation for a license to marry related to the proposed union of Pedro Rodriguez Loaiza, español, and María de Quintana, española. Agustín Gerónimo identified himself as español, age thirty-six, indicating he was born circa 1587. It is not clear if he was a native of the Spanish Americas or Spain.

It is worthwhile to note that the wife of Agustín Gerónimo de Aragón was doña Francisca de Quintana, who was perhaps a relative of the prospective bride. The other witnesses to the above event, which took place at the Catedral de México, were Juan de Martos, español, age thirty-six, Maestro Sedero; Diego Valdez, español, age forty-four; Francisca de Saldamuela, española, age forty; and María de Quintana, española, age eighteen.

Researcher: José Antonio Esquibel

Source: Archivo General de la Nación, Matrimonios, Vol. 90, exp. 97, ff. 221-222.

• Children. 250
Children of Agustín Gernónimo de Aragón and doña Francisca de Quintana:

Alonso de Aragón y Quintana, baptized, 16 Apr 1614, at the Catedral de México, Mexico City. Padrinos: Alonso de Alaves and doña Mariana de Cepeda Alaves.

María [de Aragón] y Quintana, baptized, 26 Dec 1615, at the Catedral de México, Mexico City. Padrino: Pedro de Sayns Cox. Note: In this record the father is identified only as Agustín Gerónimo. As María de Alcazar she recorded banns of matrimony at the Catedral de México on December 8, 1632, with Juan Dionisio, a native of Oporto, Portugal.

Agustín de Aragón y Quintana, baptized, 13 Jul 1620, at the Catedral de México, Mexico City. Padrinos: Francisco de Canalujo and Luisa de Morales.

Antonia [de Aragón] y Quintana, baptized 30 Jan 1623, at the Catedral de México, Mexico City. Padrinos: Gerónimo (illegible) and María de Angulo. Note: In this record the father is identified as Agustín Hieronimo.

Melchior de Aragón y Quintana, baptized 18 Jan 1624, at the Catedral de México, Mexico City. Padrinos: El Doctor Francisco de Urieta and his wife doña Francisca (no surname recorded).

Juan de Balcazar Aragón, married 24 Nov 1647, at the Catedral de México (banns: November 25, 1647), Mensia Galindo, native of Mexico City. Parents of Ignacio de Aragón who settled in New Mexico in 1694.

Doña Ysabel de Quintana Balcazar y Aragón, married 24 Mar 1651 (banns: April 2, 1651), at the Catedral de México, Mexico City, Nicolas Martínez de la Mata, native of Mexico City.

~Beyond Origins, Vol. 9
Researcher: The Honorable Don José Antonio Esquibel
Sources: Mexico City, Mexico, Distrito Federal, Asunción Church (Catedral de México), Bautismos de Españoles, 1590-1611, LDS microfilm #0035168 and Bautismos de Españoles, 1612-1627, LDS microfilm #0035169; and José Antonio Esquibel and John B. Colligan, The Spanish Recolonization of New Mexico, HGRC, 1998, 108-110.


Agustín married Francisca de Quintana.


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