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Antonio Durán y Cháves
(Abt 1725-Bef 1781)
María Bárbara Francisca Padilla
(1735-Bef 1793)
María Gertrudis Aragón
(1742-)
Juan Jóse Cháves
(1751-Bef 1812)
Ana María Aragón
(Abt 1759-Bef 1812)
María Bárbara de la Luz Dolores Cháves
(1784-)

 

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Juan María García Jurado

María Bárbara de la Luz Dolores Cháves

  • Born: 3 Feb 1784, Belén, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 34
  • Christened: 8 Feb 1784, San Augustín de la Isleta, Isleta, Nueva Méjico, Nueva España 34
  • Marriage: Juan María García Jurado on 16 Aug 1801 in Belén, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 46

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial. 438
Juan María de Jesús García [Jurado], 27, español, was the legitimate son of Juan García Jurado and Juana Andrea Baca, both deceased. All were citizens of the plaza of Los Garcías. María Bárbara de la Luz Dolores Cháves, 17, española, was the legitimates daughter of (Juan) José and Ana María Aragón, citizens of the first plaza of Los Chaves in the jurisdiction of Belén. The couple was related in the fourth degree of consanguinity.

In Belén, Father Bernal conducted the prenuptial proceedings in accordance with the edict of 25 Feb 1786 from Dr. Raimundo Sotomayo, vicar general of the Durango diocese.

Witnesses: Josée Francisco Salas, 80, citizen of San Antonio del Sabino, said the couple had lived in that jurisdiction since birth.
Pedro Padilla, 99, citizen of San José del Sausal.
Michael Gabaldón, 51, citizen of San Antonio de los Cháves.

Fernando de ChavesParents Lucía Hurtado
Pedro de Cháves Brothers Nicolás Cháves
Juana Cháves Cousins Antonio Cháves
Juana Andrea [Cháves] 2nd Cousin José Cháves
Juan María García 3rd Cousin María Bárbara de la Luz Cháves

Father Bernal forwarded the proceedings to Durango on 13 March 1801, stating that he was certain of the impediment in the fourth degree of consanguinity and that there was no other basis for a dispensation other than angusti loci. There were no other people of the same station for them to marry to whom they were not related. The prospective groom was orphaned of both parents.

In Durango on 27 April 1801, Vicar General Fernández Valentín, acting for Bishop Olivares y Benito, granted a dispensation on the basis of angusti loci. The bishop approved on 29 April and ordered that the parish priest proclaim the banns three times. Assuming no new impediment arose, he was to marry the couple.

Durango DMs, p. 13

• Baptism. 438
In Isleta, on 8 Feb 1784, Father Bernal baptized María Bárbara de la Lux Dolores, born 3 Feb 1784, the legitimate daughter of José Chávex and Ana María Aragón, citizens of Los Cháves. Her godparents were Juan Domingo Tórres and Marí Rita García, citizens of Belén.

Durango DMs Vol. II, p. 13


María married Juan María García Jurado, son of Juan García Jurado and Juana Maria Andrea Baca, on 16 Aug 1801 in Belén, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.46 (Juan María García Jurado was born in Belén, Valencia, New México, Republic de México and was christened on 15 Sep 1773 in San Augustín de la Isleta, Isleta, Nueva Méjico, Nueva España 34,438.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage. 46
17 Mar 1801 DM, married 16 Aug 1801, Juan María de García, español, (27) of Belén, son of Juan García and Juana Andrea Baca, both deceased, married María Bárbara de la Luz Dolores Cháves, española (16), of the First Plaza de los Bacas, daughter of José Cháves and Anna María Aragon of the First Plaza de los Cháves . Padrinos: José Antonio Enrriques Cháves and his sister María Rosalía Cháves. Tests: José Francisco Salas (70) of Sabinal, Pedro Padilla (70) of Sausal, Miguel Gavaldón of los Cháves.
~Belén Marriages, p. 27

• Diligencia Matrimonial, 20 Mar-29 Apr 1801. 438
Juan María de Jesús García Jurado, 27, español, the legitimate son of Juan García Jurado and Juana Andrea Baca, both deceased. All citizens of the plaza of Los Garcías. María Bárbara de la Luz Dolores Cháves, 17, española, the legitimate daughter of José Cháves and Ana María Bárbara Aragón, citizens of the plaza of Los Cháves in the jurisdiction of Belén. The couple was related in the fourth degree of consanguinity.

In Belen, father Bernal conducted the prenuptial proceedings in accordance with the edict of 25 Feb 1786 from Dr. Raimundo Sotomayor, vicar general of the Durango diocese.

Witnesses: José Francisco Salas, 80, citizen of San Antonio del Sabino, said the couple had lived in that jurisdiction since birth.
Pedro Pedilla, 99, citizen of San José del Sausal
Miguel Gabaldón, 51 citiaen of San Antonio de los Cháves

Fernando de Cháves and Lucíca Hurtado
Pedro de Cháves son Nicolás Cháves 1st degree, brothers
Juana Chávesgrandchildren Antonio Cháves 2nd degree, 1st cousins
Juan Andrea Cháves y Baca great grandchildren José Cháves 3rd degree, 2nd cousins
Juan María García María Bárbara de la Luz Cháves 4th degree,3rd cousins

Father Bernal forwarded the proceedings to Durango on 23 Mar 1801, stating that he was certain of the impediment in the fourth degree of consanguinity and that there was no other basis for a dispensation other than angusti loci. There were no other people of the same station for them to mary whom they were not related. The prospective groon was orphaned of both parents.

In Durango on 27 April 1801, Viscar General Fernández Valentín, acting for Bishop Olivares y Benito, granted a dispensation of the basis of angusti loci. The bishop approved on 29 April and ordered that the parish priest proclaim the banns three times. Assuming no new impediment arose, he was to marry the couple.

Baptismal Certificated

In Isleta Pueblo, on 8 Feb 1784, Father Bernal baptized María Bárbara de la Lua Dolores, born 3 Feb 1784, the legitimate daughter of José Cháves and Ana María Aragón, citizens of Los Cháves. Her padrinos were Juan Domingo Tórres and María Rita García, citizens of Belén.

Isleta Pueblo, on 16 Sep 1773. Father Bernal baptized Juan María de Jesús, the legitimate son of Juan García Jurado and Andrea Baca, españoles and citizens of the puesto de Bélen. His padrinos were Santiago Trujillo and Victoria Cháves.

~Durango Prenuptial Investigations, Vol. II, pp. 13-14


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