- Born: 1648-1650, San Cristobal de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252
- Marriage (1): Francisca Romero
- Partnership (2): Native American Woman
- Died: After 1716, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España
Noted events in his life were:
• Dates & Events. 252
Matías Luján was a soldier who passed muster with a family of eight. This included his wife, children and brothers-in-law. In 1681, he is described as a native of New México, twenty-five to twenty-nine years old, married, having a good stature, slender, with a dark complexion, thick, black hair and a beard. He was born in the la Cañada area, where he lived before the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. He, his wife and their children returned to New México with the reconquest.
~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, p. 63
Matías Luján, described in 1680-1681, came back to his pre-Revolt lands at Santa Cruz. He had been born and reared at the place called "San Cristóbal" after the Reconquest. In 1693-1695 he gave his age as fifty. His wife was Francisca Romero. His known children were: Miguel, María, Antonia, and Juana. María was married to Pedro Sánchez, Antonia to José Trujillo, and Juana was the author of a unique family.
~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 9364-9371
• Census: Diego de Vargas, 22 Dec 1692-2 Jan 1693, Pueblo la Ysleta del Sur, Nuevo Méjico. Nueva España. 287
Third houshold, four sons, five daughters
Matías Luján, married to Francisca Romero, with nine children named, Felipe, eleven; Juan, six; Pascual, five; Miguel, two; Catalina, eighteen; Antonia, sixteen; María, thirteen; Juana, eight; and Manuel, one. He states that as his majesty's loyal vassal, he will go to settle this kingdom whenever I (Vargas), the governor and captain general, enter.
Royal Crown Restored, p. 60
Matías married Francisca Romero. (Francisca Romero was born about 1660 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)
Matías had a relationship with Native American Woman.