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Diego Antonio Baca
(1738-Bef 1801)
Juana de la Cruz Saenz de Garvisu
(1744-Bef 1800)
Francisco Xavier Baca
(Abt 1755-)
María Lucía Alarid
Ana María Baca
(1786-)

 

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Manuel Sánchez

Ana María Baca

  • Born: 23 Mar 1786, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 438
  • Christened: 27 Mar 1786, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 438
  • Marriage: Manuel Sánchez in 1804 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España

Ana married Manuel Sánches, son of Juan Cristóbal Sánches and Juana Tomása Durán y Cháves, in 1804 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. (Manuel Sánches was born in 1779 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)

• Diligencia Matrimonial, 27 Jun 1803-21 Feb 1804. 438
Manuel Sanchez, 27, a soldier of the Santa Fé presidio, was widowed of María Josefa Baca. Ana María Baca, 17, was a relatvie of Segeant Juan Antonio Alarid and the legitimate daughter of the late Francisco Baca and María Luisa Alarid. Ana María was the daughter of a poor widow and was living in the home of Segeant Juan Antonio Alarid. Manuel had the means to support her properly.

Father Hozio questioned Manuel and Ana María at the Santa Fé presidio. Manuel stated that he was related to Ana María in the fourth degree and the third and fifth degrees of affinity on the basis of copula licita.

Witnesses: Juan Domingo Baca, 63, citizen of Santa Fé
Gerónimo Esquibel, 84, citizen of Santa Fé
José Antonio Urioste, 40, rifleman of the Santa Fé presidio company
Antonio Sandoval, 38, presidial soldier in Santa Fé


Pedro ChávezBrothersFrancisco Chávez
Mónica Chávez 1st degree Josefa Chávez
Diego Antonio Baca 2nd degree Juan Cristóbal Sánchez
Franciso Baca 3rd degree Manuel Sánchez
Ana María Baca 4th degree Josefa Baca



When Chaplain Hozio forwared the proceedings to Durango on 28 Jun 1803, he mentioned that he was enclosing baptismal certificates for both parties and a death certificate for María Josefa Baca, only the baptism of Ana María Baca forms part of the proceeding. On 21 Feb 1804, Father Millán Rodríguez, acting for Bishop Olivares y Benito, stated that the couple was in error in stating they were related. The only blood relationship in the fourth and fifth degree was on a transverse line, on the basis of the fact that Pedro Chaves and Francisco Chaves were brothers, in such case a dispensation was not necessary. Because Mónica Chaves and Josefa Chaves were related in the first degree, Father Millán found no relationship of affinity. He recommend a dispensation, and the bishop approved.
~Durango Prenuptial Investigations,Vol. II, pp. 33-34


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