- Born: 1679, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España
- Marriage: Francisco Palomino Rendón on 17 Dec 1693 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 70
ONMF Pgs. 235 & 256
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 252
Francisco Palomino Rendon was a native of Puerto de Santa María in Spain, the son of Juan Gallegos and Catalina Palomino Rendón. After four years in southern New Spain, and one at Guadalupe del Paso, he reached Santa Fe with the Reconquest colony in 1693, to marry Juana Montoya on December 17, a few days before the battle of Santa Fe. The final nuptial papers had been drawn up at Santo Domingo Pueblo on the way up to Santa Fe. Francisco died before 1710, when his widow married Juan Manuel Chirinos. They had one daughter, María Estela, who married Juan Felipe de Ribera.
~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, p. 255 (Kindle Locations 11364-11371)
• Family Connection. 248
5 Mar 1715, Santa Fé. Juan Felipe de Ribera (21), native of the city of Zacatecas, son of Ayudante Slavador Matias de Ribera, deceased, and Juana Sosa Canela, and Doña María Rendon Palomino (15), native of Santa Fe, daughter of Francisco Rendon Palomino and Doña Juana Montoya ~ Witnesses" Teniente de Capitan Francisco Montes Vigil (55), Alferez Salvador de Santisteban (30), Felipe Pacheco (33), Ventura Esquibel (29). Pair married 24 Mar 1715.
~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, p. 1546-1547
• Background Information. 509
Juana Montoya married, as her first husband, - son of Juan de Gallegos and Catarina Palomino Rendón on 17 Dec 1693. The Diligencias Matrimonial for this couple was dated 8 Sep 1693, Santo Domingo Pueblo. Francisco's parents were identified as residents of Puerto de Santa María in the Realms of Castilla. The pair married near the Santa Fé Plaza de Armas with witnesses Alférez Antonio Montoya and María de Hinojos. Francisco Palomino Rendón was born about 1673 in Puerto de Santa María and died before 1710 in Santa Fé.
Juana Montoya married a second time to Juan Manuel Chironos, son of Captain Juan Martínez de Cervantes and María Antonia Chirinos, Nov 1710, in Alburquerque. The marriage investigation for this couple took place on 9 Nov 1710 in Alburquerque. At the time of the investigation Juan Manuel Chirinos was forty-four years old, español, a native of Mexico City and widower of María de Guadalupe.
~Aqui Se Comienza, pp. 76-77
Juana married Francisco Palomino Rendón, son of Juan Gallegos and Catalina Palomino Rendón, on 17 Dec 1693 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.252 (Francisco Palomino Rendón was born in Puerto de Santa Maria, España 252 and died before 1710 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252.)