Juan Vallejos
(Abt 1630-)
Ana González
(Abt 1635-)
Manuel Vallejos González
(Abt 1660-Bef 1700)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. María Nicolasa López Solis

2. María López de Arteaga
3. Maríana Hurtado

Manuel Vallejos González

  • Born: Abt 1660, Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 252,287
  • Marriage (1): María Nicolasa López Solis on 10 Sep 1682 in Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 250
  • Marriage (2): María López de Arteaga on 20 May 1691 in Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 250,287
  • Marriage (3): Maríana Hurtado on 7 Nov 1694 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 250
  • Died: Bef 1700, Río Abajo, New México Territory

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
Manuel Vallejo González was the son of Juan Vallejo González and a blacksmith. He was born in Acazingo, and was thirty-three at the time he joined the New México colonists in 1693. He was described as tall, dark and bald, with large eyes. He brought his wife, María López de Arteaga, and his seven-year-old daughter from a previous married named Angela Teresa.

Angela Teresa Vallejo González was born in México City and was described as having a dark complexion, big eyes and forehead, and a thick nose.

María López Arteaga died of childbirth on the journey, and was buried in the convent church of San Francisco de Santiago in Querétaro. Later, in Santa Fé, he married Mariana Hurtado. This took place on 7 Nov 1694. At the time he gave his age as thirty-four, and his parents names, Juan Gonzáles Vallejo, deceased and Ana González.

He was granted land at Santa Cruz in 1696, which he sold in 1698. From there they moved to the Río Abajo. Two known sons of Manuel and Mariana were Antonio, who married to Micaela Silva, and Lugurdo, married to Rosa Romero. His daughter Angela Teresa became the wife of Miguel Lucero and later Matías Romero.

~The Origins of New México Families, p. 303

• Background Information. 250
Manuel Vallejo González (ONMF: 303), progenitor of the Vallejos family of New Mexico, was first married with María Nicolasa López in Mexico City. This couple presented themselves to the authorities of the Catedral de México to record their banns of matrimony on September 4, 1682. The banns record provides tha names of the parents of Manuel Vallejo:

"Manuel Vallejos nl del Pueblo de Alasingo [sic Acasingo] del obispado de la Ciudad de los Ángls y vezo desta de sies años aesta parte hijo lexmo. De Juan Vallejo y de Ana Gonzales i con María Nicolasa mestisa nl y veza desta ciud."

This couple were wed at the Sagrario of the Catedral de México, Ciudad México, on September 10, 1682. Witnesses to this union were: Captain Pedro Delgado, Antonio Delgado, and Francisco de Herrera. The oficiating priest was Bachiller Manuel Delgado Monzón. Manuel Vallejo and María Nicolasa were the parents of two known children: Ángela Vallejo, bt. October 16, 1685, Catedral de México, and Miguel Vallejo, bt. 1 March 1689, Catedral de México.

Widowed of his first wife, Manuel Vallejo entered into his second marrige with María Getrudis López de Arteaga. According to the banns of matrimony of this couple, which were recorded at the Catedral de México, Ciudad México, on May 6, 1691, María Getrudis was a daughter of Bernabé López and María Benites. Manuel and María Getrudis were married at the Sagrario of the Catedral de México on May 20, 1691. Witnesses to this union were Joseph Vasarena and Francisco de Herrera. The oficiating priest was once again Bachiller Manuel Delgado Monzón.

Manuel Vallejo and his wife enlisted as colonists for New Mexico in 1693. María Getrudis was in the last months of a pregnancy when this expedition to New Mexico left Mexico City in early September 1693. Something around mid-late September 1693, María Getrudis went into labor, and died in childbirth. It appears that her child survived the birth since subsequent muster rolls show an additional child in the household of Manuel Vallejo. This additional child was a son.

~José Antonio Esquibel, Beyond Origins, Vol. 4

Sources: LDS microfilm #0035255 (Información Matrimonial, Asunción Church, Mexico City, 1653-1693); LDS microfilm # 0035269 (Matrimonios de Espñoles, Asunción Church, Mexico City, 1672-1688), LDS microfilm # 0035270 (Matrimonios de Espñoles, Asunción Church, Mexico City, 1688-1701); LDS microfilm # 0035175 (Bautismos de Españoles, Asunción Church, Mexico City, 1685-1695); José Antonio Esquibel and John B. Colligan, The Spanish Recolonization of New Mexico: An Account of the Families recruited at Mexico City in 1693, Hispanic Genealogical Research Center of New Mexico, Albuquerque, 1999: 48 & 422.

• Census: Fray Farfán, Jul 1693, Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España. 287
Manuel Vallejo González,
blacksmith, his wife, Manuela López de Arteaga; with a daughter, Angela Teresa, five years old.

~The Royal Crown Restored, p. 248

• Information: Muster Roll & Support, 1 Sep 1693, Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España. 287
320 pesos given to Manuel Vallejo, son of Juan, native of Acatzingo, thirty-three years old, tall, dark skin, large eyes.

María López de Arteaga, wife of the aforesaid, daughter of Bernabé, native of Tacubaya, thrity-one years old, medium build, black hair, fair, large eyes, and a broad forehead.

Anela Teresa Vallejo Gonzáles, daughter of Manuel Vallejo's first marriage, native of Mexico City, seven years old, dark sink, braod forehead and a wide nose.

~The Royal Crown Restored, p. 272

• Muster Roll: Juan Bautista Anzaldo de Peralt Inspection, 16 Nov 1993, Nuestra Señora de los Zacatecas, Nueva España. 287
Master blacksmith Manuel Vallejo; his wife died in childbirth, according to what the captain said, in the outpost of Los Collotillos and was buried in the convento of San Francisco de Santiago de Queréntaro; with daughter and son.

~The Royal Crown Restored, p. 312

• Background Information. 287
Manuel Gonzáles Vallejo was born in Acatzingo to Juan Gonzáles Vallejo and Ana Gonzáles around 1660. He married María Gertrudis López Arteaga on 20 May 1691. María Gertrudis was baptized in the Parish of La Candelaria in Tacubaya on 7 Feb 1671, the daughter of Berabé López and María de Medina Benítez. María was Manuel's second wife.

From his first marriage, he had a daughter named Angela Teresa. His second wife died in childbirth at El Puesto de Collosiallas. Manuel married for a third time to Mariana de Salas, the daughter of Andrés Hurtado and Bernadina de Salas. This marriage took place in Nov 1694.

~The Royal Crown Restored, p. 328


Manuel married María Nicolasa López Solis on 10 Sep 1682 in Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España.250 (María Nicolasa López Solis died before 20 May 1691 in Ciudad de Méjico, Nueva España 250.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Record.
Manuel Vallejo González (ONMF: 303), progenitor of the Vallejos family of New Mexico, was first married with María Nicolasa López in Mexico City. This couple presented themselves to the authorities of the Catedral de México to record their banns of matrimony on September 4, 1682. The banns record provides tha names of the parents of Manuel Vallejo:

"Manuel Vallejos nl del Pueblo de Alasingo [sic Acasingo] del obispado de la Ciudad de los Ángls y vezo desta de sies años aesta parte hijo lexmo. De Juan Vallejo y de Ana Gonzales i con María Nicolasa mestisa nl y veza desta ciud."

This couple were wed at the Sagrario of the Catedral de México, Ciudad México, on September 10, 1682. Witnesses to this union were: Captain Pedro Delgado, Antonio Delgado, and Francisco de Herrera. The oficiating priest was Bachiller Manuel Delgado Monzón. Manuel Vallejo and María Nicolasa were the parents of two known children: Ángela Vallejo, bt. October 16, 1685, Catedral de México, and Miguel Vallejo, bt. 1 March 1689, Catedral de México.

~José Antonio Esquibel, Beyond Origins, Vol. 4

Sources: LDS microfilm #0035255 (Información Matrimonial, Asunción Church, Mexico City, 1653-1693); LDS microfilm # 0035269 (Matrimonios de Espñoles, Asunción Church, Mexico City, 1672-1688), LDS microfilm # 0035270 (Matrimonios de Espñoles, Asunción Church, Mexico City, 1688-1701); LDS microfilm # 0035175 (Bautismos de Españoles, Asunción Church, Mexico City, 1685-1695); José Antonio Esquibel and John B. Colligan, The Spanish Recolonization of New Mexico: An Account of the Families recruited at Mexico City in 1693, Hispanic Genealogical Research Center of New Mexico, Albuquerque, 1999: 48 & 422.


Manuel next married María López de Arteaga, daughter of Bernabé López and María Benites, on 20 May 1691 in Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 250.,287 (María López de Arteaga was born in 1660 in Nueva España, died in 1693 in El Puesto de Collosillas, Nueva España 252 and was buried in Church of San Francisco de Santiago in Querétaro, Nueva España 252.)


Manuel next married Maríana Hurtado, daughter of Andrés Hurtado Captain and Bernardina de Salas y Trujillo, on 7 Nov 1694 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.252 (Maríana Hurtado was born about 1674 in Bernalillo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 76 and died after 1718 252.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Padrinos. 248,509
Marriage Padrinos: Cabo de Escuarda Antonio Gutiérrez and Jactinta Jirón.
~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, p. 2042


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