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Joaquín de Luna
(1712-)
Juana Angela de Salazar
(1725-)
Santiago García de Noriega
Monica Sánchez
(Bef 1735-)
Bernardo Paulo de Luna
(1747-1828)
María Catarina García de Noriega
Eusebio Santos de Luna
(1775-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
María de la Luz Lucero

Eusebio Santos de Luna

  • Born: 1775, Alameda, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 40
  • Christened: 4 Nov 1775, Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 40
  • Marriage: María de la Luz Lucero in 1797

bullet  Noted events in his life and other information:

• Baptism. 40
Eusebio Santos de Luna, Spanish of Alameda, baptized on 4 Nov 1775; son of Bernardo de Luna and Catharina García; gp/Joaquín Luna and Juana María Montaño.

~ Alburquerque Baptisms, p. 388


bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial: 438 Eusebio [Ignacio] de Luna and María de la Luz Lucero, Albuquerque, 22 Nov 1796-10 Jan 1797 . AHAD-98, f. 592-596

Eusebio de Luna, español, 22, was the legitimate son of Bernardo de Luna and Catalina García. Maria de la Luz Lucero, 18, española, was the legitamate daughter of late Miguel Lucero and Rosalía Abieyta. All were natives and citizens of Alburquerque.

Witness: José Apodaca, 72, citizen of Alburquerque, outlined how the couple was related in the fourth degree (third cousins) of consanguinity as follows:


Juana Baca
Miguel de San Jaun de Luna
first degree
Juana Baca
Joaquín de Luna
second degree
Antonia Chávez
Bernardo de Luna
third degree
Rosalía Abeytia
Eusebio de Luna
fourth degree
María de la Luz Lucero

Witnesses:
Bernardo López, 77, citizen of Alburquerque
Alonso García, 66, citizen of the mission of Isleta
Father Guerra entered baptismal records into the proceedings.

In Alburquerque, at San Felipe de Neri, on June 1774, fray Manuel de Vega baptized an infant born on the 5 of the same month named Eusebio Ignacio, the legitimate son of Bernardo de Luna and Catalina García. His padrinos were Cristóbal Jaramillo and his wife Petrona García, both citizens of Alburquerque.

Another record from the same church was dated 12 April 1777. Fray Andrés García Jurado baptized a nine-day-old baby named María de la Luz, the legitimate daughter of Miguel Lucero and Bárbara Abeytia. José Ortiz and his wife Mónica Durán were padrinos. All were citizens of Alburquerque. Witnesses for the accuracy of the baptismal certifications were Miguel López and Juan Domingo Archuleta, both citizens of New Mexico.

On 12 Jan 1797, Bishop Olivares y Benito granted dispensation.


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