Juan José Pacheco
- Born: 1642, San Juan de los Caballeros, Santa Fé, New México Territory 252
- Marriage: Antonia de Arratia
- Died: Bef Aug 1697
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 252
Juan Pacheco returned to New Mexico at the time of the Reconquest. His wife Antonia de Arratia may have returned with him. His family lived inside the Indian occupied Santa Fé upon arrival, but he had to vacate it and join the other colonists outside when the Tanos decided to resist Vargas. Juan gave his age as fifty-two in 1694. He was an officer of the Conquistadora Confedernity in 1693.
His children were; Silvestre, Josefa, widow of José Baca, who was murdered by her brother Silvestre; María, mother-in-law of Roque de Madrid, who had died before 1693; and very likely, Petrona, wife of Cristóbal Nieto, who was captured in 1680 and returned in 1692.
~The Origins of New Mexico Families, p. 252
Juan married Antonia de Arratia, daughter of Francisco de Arratia and Unknown. (Antonia de Arratia was born about 1648 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España and died after 1694 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)