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Felipe Romero de Pedraza
(1639-Bef 1695)
Jacinta Bernardo de Guadalajara y Quirós
(1640-Bef 1695)
Juan Maestre de Góngora
(Abt 1653-Abt 1692)
Petronila de la Cueva y Almonacid
(1656-After 1714)
Baltasar Romero
(1673-)
Francisca Góngora
(1687-)
Pedro Romero Captain
(Abt 1711-After 1767)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Gregoria Baca Luna

Pedro Romero Captain

  • Born: Abt 1711, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España
  • Marriage: Gregoria Baca Luna on 26 Aug 1728 in Isleta, Bernilillio, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 34
  • Died: After 1767, Río Abajo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España

bullet  General Notes:


Isleta Marriages, p. 2

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Family Connection, 10 Dec 1762, Tomé , Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. 31
José Antonio Romero
(23), español of San Gabriel de las Nutrais, son of Capitan Don Pedro Romero and Doña Gregoria Luna, deceased.

~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, p. 1584

• Records: Grant for the town of Tomé, 1739, Tomé , Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.
From the Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Volume I, p. 285:

"The original settlers were: Juan Barea, José Salas, Juan Ballejos, Manuel Carillo, Juan Montaño, Domingo Sedillo, Matias Romero, Bernardo Ballejo, Gregorio Jaramillo, Francisco Sanches, Pedro Romero, Felipe Barela, Lugardo Ballejos, Agustín Gallegos, Alonzo Perea, Tomas Samorra, Nicolás García, Ignacio Baca, Salvador Manuel, Francisco Silva, Francisco Rivera, Juan Antonio Zamora, Miguel Lucero, Joachim Sedilo, Simón Samorra, Xptobal Gallegos, Juan Ballejos, grande, Jacinto Barela and Diego González.

Captain Pedro Romero shows up again in the Spanish Archives, Vol. I on p. 43 as one of the grantees of Belén Land Grant in 1767.

• Web Reference: San Gabriel de as Nutrias, Río Abajo, New Mexico 1760s.

In the 1760s, San Gabriel de las Nutrias was a short lived settlement in the Rio Abajo south of Tomé and Belen, across the Rio Grande and south of Sabinal. In 1764 and 1765 two census records were taken of the settlers.

Census of San Gabriel de las Nutrias Settlers 14 February 1764 as taken by Alcalde Miguel Lucero, Fonclara

1. Pedro Romero, Spanish with arms
2. Tomás Montoya, Spanish with arms
3. Juan Domingo Jaramillo, Spanish with arms
4. José Antonio Montoya, Spanish with arms
5. Antonio Chaves, Coyote with arms
6. Cristóbal Baca, Spanish with arms
7. Juan Antonio Baca, Spanish with arms
8. José Salas, Spanish with arms
9. María Baca, Widow with two children
10. Bárbara Barela, Spanish
11. Miguel Montoya, Spanish with arms
12. Francisca Salas, Spanish with one daughter with arms
13. Antonio Serna, Spanish with arms
14. Severino Romero, Spanish with arms
15. Vicente Gallegos, Spanish with arms
16. Matías Alderete, Spanish with arms
17. Juan Barela, Spanish with arms
18. José Chaves, Spanish with arms
19. Javier de Anaya, Genízaro on foot
20. Juan de Anaya, Genízaro on foot
21. Pablo de Anaya, Genízaro on foot
22. yerno de Griego, Genízaro on foot
23. José, Apache on foot
24. Andrés Chaves, Coyote with Spanish arms


Census of San Gabriel de las Nutrias Settlers 28 November 1765 - Taken by Governor Tomás Vélez Cachupín
*The first fourteen families listed are reputed to be and known as white.

1. Tomás Montoya, with his wife and six children, 8 in family
2. Juan Antonio Garcia, single, 1
3. Juan Varela, with his wife and two children, 4
4. Antonio Serna, with his wife and four children, 6
5. Juan Miguel Chaves, with his wife and five children, 7
6. Juan Chaves, with his wife and five children, 7
7. José Antonio Montoya, single with his mother and one sister, 3
8. Pedro Romero , with his wife and six children, 8
9. Antonio Montoya, single and ready to marry, 1
10. Bártolo Aragon, with his wife and four children, 6
11. Matías Alderete, with his wife and seven children, 9
12. Vicente Gallegos, with his wife and four children, 6
13. María Luisa Baca, widow with two children, 3
14. María Baca, widow with six children, 7
15. Antonio Chaves, quality mestizo, with his wife and two children , 4
16. Andrés Chaves, mestizo, with his wife and four children, 6
17. Antonio Baca, mestizo, with his wife and one child, 3
18. José Antonio García, mestizo with his mother and two siblings, 4
19. José Jaramillo, mestizo, single, 1
20. Gregorio Griego, mestizo with his wife and three children, 5
21. Juan Domingo Jaramillo, mestizo with his wife and one child, 3
22. Joseph (de Salas?), mestizo with his wife and eight children, 10
23. Francisca Salas, mestiza, widow with five children, 6
24. Juan Antonio Anaya, quality Indian with his wife and three children, 5
25. Francisco Javier Anaya, Indian with his wife and five children, 7
26. Pablo Anaya, Indian with his wife and two children, 4
27. Juan Chaves, Indian with his wife and three children, 5
28. Manuel Bustos, quality mulato with his wife and seven children, 9
29. Antonio Garcia, mulato with his wife and one child, 3
30. (S)ánchez, Indian genízaro with his wife and five children, 7
158 people


Pedro married Gregoria Baca Luna, daughter of Antonio de Luna and Jacinta Peláez, on 26 Aug 1728 in Isleta, Bernilillio, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.34 (Gregoria Baca Luna was born after 1710 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España and died before 1762 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)


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