María Manuela Aragón
- Marriage: Juan José Sánchez on 16 May 1822 in Tomé, Nuevo Méjico, Republica de Méjico 46
María married Juan José Sánchez, son of Jacinto Sánchez and María Gertrudis Albarez del Castillo, on 16 May 1822 in Tomé, Nuevo Méjico, Republica de Méjico.51
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Diligencia Matrimonial, 21 Feb-27 Sep 1822. 438
Juan José Sánchez, 24, expañol, single, was the legitimate son of Jacinto Sánchez and María Gertrudis Castillo, María Manuela Aragón, 17, española, single, the legitimate daughter of Miguel Aragón and Antonia Rita Chávez. All citizens of Valencia. The couple was related in the closed third and fourth degrees of consanguinity on the transverse line.
| Rosa Romero|
|María Vallejos || 1st degree|| Tomasa Vallejos|
|Miguel Aragón|| 2nd degree || Lutgarda Gallegos|
|Manuela Aragón || 3rd degree || Gertrudis Castillo|
| ||4th degree ||Juan José Sánchez|
| Efigenia Chávez|
|Pedro Sánchez || 1st degree || Juliana Sánchez|
|Jacinto Sánchez || 2nd degree|| Antonia Rita Chávez|
|Juan José Sánchez || 3rd degree || María Manuela Aragón|
Witnesses: Vicente Cháves, 77, citizen of Valencia jurisdiction.
Felipe Vigil, 69, citizen of Valencia
Domingo Cháves, 63, citizen of Valencia
Father Madariaga forwarded the proceedings to Durango on 25 Feb 1822. On 6 Mar 1822, Father Madariaga wrote the bishop from Tomé stating that Juan José Sánches learned he was related to María Manuela in the second degree of affinity of the basis of copula illicita.
Bishop Castañoza granted dispensation from the impediment in the third and fourth degrees on a transverse line of the basis of angusti loci, but he failed to mention the impediment of affinity, which suggests he acted before learning of the new impediment. He assigned as penance that the couple would go to confession and communion during the year once they required by Church precepts. He ordered the priest in Tomé to publish the banns three times. Assuming no new impediment arose, he was to proceed with the marriage and nuptial blessing.
On 26 Apr 1798 in the puesto of Tomé, Father Bernal, minister of Belén, baptized five-day-old Juan José, the legitimate son of Jacinto Sánches and Gertudis Alvarez del Castillo, citizens of Valencia. His godparents were Miguel Cháves and Gertrudis Vigil.
On 8 Sep 1804, in Alburquerque, Father Guerra, baptized one-day-old María Manuela de Jesús, the legitimate daughter of Miguel Aragón and Antonia Cháves and Gertrudis Vigil.
In Valencia on 2 March 1822, Miguel Aragón, citizen of the Valencia district granted his permission for his daughter, María Manuel, to marry Juan José Sánches.
On 25 Feb 1822, Jacinto Sánches and his wife granded permission for his son, Juan José, to wed.
~Durango Prenuptial Investigations, Vol. II, pp. 143-144