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Pedro Lucero de Godoy
(1600-Bef 1680)
Petronila de Zamora
(Abt 1598-Bef 1647)
Juan de Victoria Carvajal Captain
(1560-Abt 1635)
Isabel Holguín
(Abt 1582-After 1626)
Juan Lucero de Godoy
(1624-Abt 1693)
Juana de Carvajal
(Abt 1620-1689)
Nicolas Lucero de Godoy
(1646-1727)

 

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María Montoya de Vera

Nicolas Lucero de Godoy

  • Born: 1646
  • Marriage: María Montoya de Vera 252
  • Died: 27 Apr 1727, Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España at age 81 252

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
Nicolás Lucero de Godoy, who married María Montoya, seems to be a son of old Juan and a brother of Antonio, there being no conclusive proof. He settled in the Río Abajo, giving his age as fifty in 1696. In 1710 he was living in Albuquerque, and by 1716 he gave his age as seventy. His family, and that of Bernardina de Salas y Trujillo [his father's third mother-in-law] were considered among the original founders of Albuquerque in 1706. Nicolás died on April 27, 1727, and María Montoya on January 12, 1740. Their known children were: Pedro; Francisca, who married Juan Antonio Apodaca in 1716; and Manuela, who married Francisco Gutiérrez in 1709. A Luis Lucero, who married María Romero at Isleta in 1719 might also have been his son, and also Miguel Lucero, husband of Angela Vallejo.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 9245-9259

Nicolás Lucero and María Montoya had two other sons: Juan, born in Bernalillo, who was 23 when he married María López Olguín, 15, born at El Paso, in Santa Fe on Mar. 6, 1696 (DM, 1696, nos. 24, 32); here the mother's name is given as "de Vera" instead of Montoya, which makes her a daughter or granddaughter of Diego de Montoya and María Ortiz de Vera, or Baca. Miguel was the other son, as we definitely learn from his marriage to Angela Teresa Vallejo in 1700 at Bernalillo, where he was stationed as a soldier.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 16009-16015


Nicolas married María Montoya de Vera, daughter of Diego de Montoya and María Ortiz de Vera.252 (María Montoya de Vera died on 12 Jan 1740 in Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)


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