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Nicolás Durán y Chávez
(1686-After 1768)
Juana Montańo de Sotomayor
(1691-1768)
José Sánchez
(Abt 1691-After 1752)
Teresa Jaramillo
(Abt 1692-1752)
Hernando (Fernando) Durán y Chávez
(Abt 1716-1802)
Antonia Sánchez
(-1794)
Nicolás de la Cruz Chávez
(1770-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Juana de los Reyes Baca

Nicolás de la Cruz Chávez

  • Born: 1770, Los Chávez, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa 438
  • Christened: 3 May 1770, San Augustín de la Isleta, Isleta, Nueva Méjico, Nueva Espańa 438
  • Marriage: Juana de los Reyes Baca on 23 Mar 1793 in Belén, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa

Nicolás married Juana de los Reyes Baca, daughter of José Antonio Baca and Juana María de la Concepción Chávez, on 23 Mar 1793 in Belén, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa. (Juana de los Reyes Baca was born in Nov 1774 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa 438 and was christened in Nov 1774 in Sandia Pueblo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva Espańa 438.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial. 438
Juan Nicolás de la Cruz Chávez and Juana de los Reyes Baca, Isleta, 12 Oct 1792-18 Jan 1793.

Juan Nicolás de la Cruz Chávez, espańol, was the legitimate son of Fernando de Chávez and Antonia Sánchez, citizens of Nuestra Seńora de Guadalupe de los Cháves. Juana de los Reyes Baca, 18, was an espańola, and the legitimate daughter of the late José Baca and Juana María Chaves, citizens of the puesto de Santonio de Sausal. All parties lived in the jurisdiction of San Agustín de la Isleta. Juan Nicolás stated that there was an impediment of exactly how, he and Juana de los Reyes were related. He added that Juana was an orphan because of her father's death, and that most people in the area in which he lived were relatives.
Witness: Pedro Padilla, 57, citizen of Sausal explained the relationship (third cousins) as follows:


Fernando Durán y Cháves & Lucˇa Hurtado
Nicolás Chaves First degree Francisco Chaves
Fernando Chaves Second degree Ygnacio Chaves
Juan Nicolás de la Cruz Chaves Third degree Juana María Chaves
Juan Nicolás de la Cruz ChavesFourth degree Juan de los Reyes Baca

Witnesses:
Toribio García Jurado, 59, of Bélen
Bernardo Mirabal, 60, de el puesto de Tomé

The proceedings were forwarded to Durango for review and included with them were the certifications of baptism for the Couple. On 3 May 1770, Father Bernal, the minister at San Agustín de la Isleta, baptized Juan Nicolás de la Cruz, the legitimate son of Fernando Durán y Chávez and Antonia Sánchez. His padrinos were Juan Durán y Chávez and María Magdalena Varela. The certification was taken from the book of baptisms at Isleta.

A second certification related to Sandía indicated that fray José Medrano baptized Juana de los Reyes in Nov 1774. Toribio García Jurado, Pedro Padilla, and Bernardo Mirabal gave sworn states that they had attended the baptism. Father Bernal recieved this testimony at Isleta on 12 Dec 1792.

In Durango, on 18 Jan 1793, Bishop Tristán granted a dispensation and ordered a corporal penances of 9 pesos 3 reales to be applied to works on the sanctuary of Nuestra Seńora de Guadalupe on the outskirts of Durango, but that would be commuted if they personally worked for a period of two and half months making materials for poor churches in the bishopic.
~Archivos Históricos del Arzobispado de Durango, 1760-1799, pp. 109-110

• Marriage Record. 46
23 Mar 1793, Nicolás de la Cruz Cháves (22), son of Hernando Cháves and Antona Sánchez, married Juana de los Reyes Baca (19), daughter of José Baca, deceased, and Juana María de los Chávez, all of Los Chávez. Padrinos: José Toribio Trujillo and María Josefa Trujillo, his sister. Tests: Toribio García & Pedro Padilla. Witnesses: Miguel Baca & Antonio Chávez
~Tome & Belen Marriages, p. 8


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