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Nicolas Nino Ladron de Guevara Ortiz
(Abt 1640-)
Maríana Coronado de Vargas Barba
José Baca
Josefa Pérez Pacheco
(1668-Bef 1707)
Nicolas Nino Ladron de Guevara Ortiz
(1671-Abt 1742)
Juana Baca
(Abt 1686-)
Nicolas Ortiz
(Abt 1710-1769)


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Nicolas Ortiz

  • Born: Abt 1710, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 367
  • Marriage: Gertrudis Páez Hurtado on 28 May 1730 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 424
  • Died: 4 Sep 1769, Abiquiú, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España about age 59 367

bullet  General Notes:

The Ortiz Family of New México-The first Six Generations, p. 3-4

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
Nicolás Ortiz married Gertrudis Páez Hurtado, daughter of the Lieutenant General, Juan Páez Hurtado, on May 28, 1730. She died after twenty years of married life on April 12, 1750, when Nicolás was the Teniente of the Santa Fe Presidio. They had five children:
• Antonio José, born September 6, 1734, who married Rosa Bustamante, December 31, 1754
• Juan Antonio, who married María Loreto Ribera
• Teodora, wife of Nicolás Rael deAguilar
• Gaspar, who married Josefa Martín, October 23, 1765, and then Dolores Alarid, November 27, 1810
• Tomás, who married María Rosa de los Reyes Martin at the same ceremony in Santa Clara in 1765 (two brothers marrying two sisters).

The last two are mentioned as their sons when they enlisted as soldiers in 1771 and 1779.

Nicolás III married a second time, ten months after Gertrudis died. He gave the full "Ortiz Niño Ladrón de Guevara" name, February 6, 1751, when he married Doña Josefa Bustamante, adopted daughter of Don Bernardo Antonio de Bustamante y Tagle. Josefa and Rosa Bustamante (the latter married Nicolás' eldest son) were otherwise considered full sisters and actual daughters of Don Bernardo. In 1769, Captain Nicolás was killed by savage Indians during a campaign, and was buried in Santa Fe on September 4, 1769. In memory of his death, and to obtain divine aid during the Cumanche menace of the times, his widow, Doña Josefa, was instrumental in re-establishing the fiesta and Confraternity of La Conquistadora

The known children of Nicolás Ortiz III and Josefa Bustamante were:
Ana María Feliciana, born August 18, 1761,41 who married José Campos Redondo
María Josefa de Jesús, December 18, 1762,42 who married Manuel Alarí
Feliciana María Joaquina, August 1, 1765
José Vicente, April 5, 1767 who enlisted as a soldier in the Santa Fe Presidio in 1779.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 11060-11098

Nicolas married Gertrudis Páez Hurtado, daughter of Juan Páez Hurtado and Teodora García de la Riva, on 28 May 1730 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.424 (Gertrudis Páez Hurtado was born about 1710 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España and died on 12 Apr 1750 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 424.)


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