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Juan de Luján
(1573-After 1632)
Francisca Jiménez
(1583-After 1632)
Juan de Ramos
(Abt 1598-)
Maríana
(1612-)
Francisco de Luján
(1611-Bef 1663)
María Ramos
(Abt 1630-)
Juan Domingo Luján
(1655-1693)

 

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Juana Domínguez

Juan Domingo Luján

  • Born: 1655, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 239
  • Marriage: Juana Domínguez
  • Died: 1693 at age 38 239

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
Domingo Luján was twenty-six and married in 1681. He was described as a native of New Mexico, of good stature, swarthy, with black hair and a thick beard. He had been stationed outside New Mexico proper, perhaps at Guadalupe del Paso, when the Rebellion came; hence he was not among the refugees of 1680. Apparently he is the man of this name who, against strict orders, gave some gunpowder to a Cochití [half-]brother of his during the Otermín Campaign in 1681, as well as the soldier of this name who was killed in 1693 when chasing a cow on horseback. Meanwhile, between 1680 and 1692, his wife and children had been held captives in the Pueblos. His Cochití connections make hims a possible son of Francisco Luján.


~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, pp. 63-64 & Kindle Locations 2989-2996


Juan married Juana Domínguez, daughter of Tomé Domínguez de Mendoza and Ana Velásquez. (Juana Domínguez was born in 1656 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España and died in 1717 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)


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