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Francisco de Anaya Almazán
(-1662)
Juana López de Villafuente
(-)
Hernando de Hinojos
(1562-Bef 1632)
Beatriz Pérez de Bustillo
(1593-After 1631)
Francisco de Anaya Almazán
(After 1626-After 1693)
Gerónima Pérez de Bustillo
(-)
Juana de Anaya Almazán
(1665-1696)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Ygnacio Baca

Juana de Anaya Almazán

  • Born: 1665, Santa Fé, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España
  • Marriage: Ygnacio Baca
  • Died: 1696, San Ildefonso, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España at age 31 252

bullet  Noted events in her life and other information:

• Families: 239

  • spouse: Ignacio Baca (1657 - 1692)
  • María Baca (1677 - )
  • Leonor Baca (*1682 - 1696)
  • Gerónima Baca (*1687 - )
  • Magdalena Baca (*1691 - )
  • Alonso Baca (*1693 - 1696)
  • Rosa Baca (*1693 - 1696)
  • Andrés Baca (*1693 - 1696)
  • Margarita Baca (*1693 - )
  • spouse: Olivas, Juan de la Cruz y (*1665 - ) - m. 17 FEB 1693 in El Real de San Lorenzo

• Dates & Events: 252
Juana returned to New Mexic in 1693 as a widow with two sons and five daughters. She was killed at San Ildefonso when the natives there rebelled against the Spanish return to New Mexico. Her son Alonso died with her. Andres was masacred at Nambé Pueblo. Her daughters Leonor who was married to Pedro Sánchez & Rosa, still single, were also killed. The other three dauthers survived. Maria married Tomás Gutiérrez, Gerónima married Francisco Rodríguez Calero, and Margarita married Diego Lucero de Gody.

ONMF p. 11

• She appeared on the Diego de Vargas census from Dec 1692 to Jan 1693 in San Lorenzo del Paso, Nuevo Méjico, Nuevo España. 287
Twenty-seventh household, nine children, one niece, ten dependents
Doña Juana de Almazán, widow, twenty-eight, with the following children; Alonso, twelve; Ignacio Baca, eleven; Juan, ten; Luis Baca, four; Gerónima Baca, four; Gregoria Baca, eight; Antonia Baca, seven; Maria Magdalena, six; and Margarita, two; Ana Magdalena, her niece, fifteen; and dependents Antonio, thirty; Baltasar, six; José, four; Pedro, six; Pascuala, forty; Francisca, twelve; Marcela, thirty; Antonia, Twenty-five; Isabel, fifteen; and Margarita, ten. She states that, if she is given financial assistance to be able to move her family, then she well settle this kingdom.
Royal Crown Restored, pg. 55

• Second Marriage: 287
Juana returned to new México and married Juan de la Cruz y Olivas, son of Pedro Olivas de rueda and Magdalena Abeyta, natives of the city of Durango, in 1693.


Juana married Ygnacio Baca, son of Alonso Ortiz Baca and Graciama "Native American Woman." (Ygnacio Baca was born in 1657 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España and died before Oct 1689 in San Lorenzo del Paso, Nuevo Méjico, Nuevo España.)


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