- Born: 1639, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252
- Marriage: Jacinta Bernardo de Guadalajara y Quirós
- Died: Bef 9 Aug 1695, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 416
Herencia, Vol. 11, 2003, chart on the "Romero-Robledo and Related Families of Seventeenth Century New Mexico" p. 10 1505
Noted events in his life and other information:
• Dates & Events: 252
Felipe Romero, captain, escaped in 1680 with his wife and six sons, one of military age and the rest small, as well as four grown daughters. He said he was forty-two in 1681, and is described as slender, of good stature, with long straight hair.
In 1661, Felipe had been accused, along with Bartolomé Gómez robeldo, of killing some cattle hat belonged to Alamillo Pueblo. He and his wife, Jacinta de Guadalajara y Quinrós lived near this Pueblo at their hacienda of San Antonio de Sevilleta. She was twenty-seven in 1667.
Their oldest son was named Sebastián, and he passed muster in 1681. He was seventeen, tall and thing, with a long face and somewhat thick lips. Two know daughters were Juana, who married Antonio Domínguez de Mendoza, and Isabel, wife of Diego del Río. The last marriage shows that the parents were already dead. They had five other sons, small in 1680, and two other grown daughters.
~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, p. 97
Felipe married Jacinta Bernardo de Guadalajara y Quirós, daughter of Diego de Guadalajara and María Quirós. (Jacinta Bernardo de Guadalajara y Quirós was born in 1640 416 and died before 9 Aug 1695 416.)