Ygnacio de Aragón
- Born: 1657, Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 287
- Baptized: 15 Aug 1657, Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 287
- Marriage (1): Sebastiana Ortiz on 9 Jun 1680 in Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 287
- Marriage (2): Lucía Baca on 29 Apr 1708 in La Iglesia de Nuestro Santo Padre San Francisco, Bernallilo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248
- Died: 1719, Bernalillo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España at age 62
Herencia, Jul 1998 p. 2
Noted events in his life were:
• Original Settler, 1695, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. 1510
• Background Information. 252
Ygnacio de Aragón, 32 year old son of Juan de Aragón came with his family to New Mexico with Diego de Vargas in 1693. He was mediaum height, with an aquiline face, high forehead, and small, deep-set eyes. His wife was Sebastiana Ortiz, 27, aslo born in Mexico City, the daughter of Nicolás Ortiz. She had an aquiline face, large eyes and forehead, and a small sharp nose.
They had 2 girls at the time: María, 8 years old and born in Mexico City, having an aquiline face, an high forehead, black eyes, and a small nose; and Antonia, three years old, born in Mexico City, and of exactly the same description as her sister.
Another list has Aragón with his wife and three children. Perhaps one child died on the way, or else an elder boy had joined the Vargas troops. The wife was in all probablity a sister of Nicolás Ortiz, another settler who brought his family in the same group, for both are natives of Mexico City and both are children of Nicolás Ortiz.
Ygnacio still resided in Santa Fé in 1705, but by 1710, had settled in Bernalillo, when he gave his age as 50. His wife and died prior to 1708, when he married Lucis Baca on April 28. She was apparently, a daughter of Christóbal Baca of Bernilillo, and the reason he moved.
There was a son, Salvador Manuel, was born on April 21, 1710. A Nicolás de Aragón, of Bernalillo, 32 years old in 1731, was in all likelihood a son by his first (Ortiz) wife. María, the 8-year-old child of 1693, became the wife of Antonio Baca, June 12, 1706. The numerous Aragón clan of the Río Abajo area stem from the familiy of Ynacio Aragón.
~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, pp. 127-128
Ygnacio de Aragón, a native of Mexico City and the son of Juan de Aragón and Mencia de las Ruelas Galindo, widowed of Sebastiana Ortiz, married Lucía Baca of Bernalillo in April, 1708. Lucía was the daughter of Cristóbal Baca, now deceased, and Ana Moreno de Lara (DM, 1708, no. 10).
~A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period (Kindle Locations 15242-15245)
• Census: Fray Francisco Farfán, 7 Sep 1693, Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España. 287
On 1 Sep 1693, this family received from the hand of the lord treasure, don José de Urrutia, 300 pesos, which the superior government orders them to be given as financial assistance in order to supply themselves with what is necessary for the trip.
Ignacio de Aragón, thirty-two, native of México City, medium build, aquiline face, broad forehead, small deep-set eyes.
Royal Crown Restored, p . 283
Ygnacio married Sebastiana Ortiz, daughter of Nicolas Nino Ladron de Guevara Ortiz and Catalina de Castro, on 9 Jun 1680 in Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España.287 (Sebastiana Ortiz was born in Jan 1662 in Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 247, baptized on 20 Jan 1662 in Catadral Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 247 and died By 1708 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 287.)
Ygnacio next married Lucía Baca, daughter of Cristóbal Baca and Ana Moreno de Lara Trujillo, on 29 Apr 1708 in La Iglesia de Nuestro Santo Padre San Francisco, Bernallilo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.248 (Lucía Baca was born in 1678 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Diligencia Matrimonial. 248
1708, April 8, Bernalillo. Ygnacio de Aragón (40), native of Mexico City and widowed of Sebastiana Oritz, son of Juan de Aragón and Mencia de las Ruelas Galindo, and Luisa Baca (30), daughter of Captain Cristóbal Baca, deacesed, and Doña Ana Moreno de Lara. Witnesses: José de Quintana, notary; José López (60), Simon de Contreras (33), Asencio Valverde (40), all of Bernalillo. Pair married April 29, 1708, with witnesses José de Quintana and wife Antonia Lujan.
Diligencias Matrimoniales Vol. 1, p. 63