María de Tapia
- Born: Abt 1657, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España
- Marriage: Roque Gutiérrez about 1677 252
- Died: After 1697, Nueva España
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 252
Roque Gutiérrez was a native of New Mexico who lived in the middle of the century, and he was dead by the time of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. He was likey stationed as a soldier at the Guadalupe de Paso Mission and was present for the dedication there in 1668. He was married to María de Tapia, as is mentioned in his children's marriage records. Their children were Alejo, who married María Naranjo; María, wife of Juan Cedillo; Lucía who married Baltasar Francisco de la Peña; Isabel, wife of José Gonzalez de Apodaca; and perhaps, a Juan Roque associated with them.
Roque Gutiérrez and his wife María Tapia had children who returned with the reconquest colony. According to his daughter's marriage testimony, Roque had died prior to 1686.
~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, pp. 44 & 194
María married Roque Gutiérrez, son of Gutiérrez and Unknown, about 1677.252 (Roque Gutiérrez was born about 1641 in Nueva España and died before 1680 in Nueva España 252.)