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Pedro Durán y Chávez
(Abt 1677-1735)
Juana Montoya y Hinojos
(1690-1728)
Antonio de Silva
(1670-1732)
Gregoria Ruíz
(1671-1736)
Diego Antonio Durán y Chávez
(Abt 1723-)
Juana Paula Silva
(1724-1786)
Pedro Antonio Chávez
(1744-)

 

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Juana Catalina Baca

Pedro Antonio Chávez

  • Born: Apr 1744, Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 40
  • Baptized: 30 Apr 1744, Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 40
  • Marriage: Juana Catalina Baca on 3 Sep 1772 in Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
Pedro Antonio Chávez, son of Diego Antonio Chávez and Juana Silva, married María Catalina Baca in September, 1772. He was a stockman, forty years old, residing at Atrisco in 1790; his wife was thirty. Their place of residence in 1803 was the second Plaza of San Fernando at Los Chávez.

Their children, according to the records, were the following: María Juliana, March 14, 1774; María Gertrudis, November 11, 1777; María Toribia, April 7, 1779; the twins, Ana Teresa and Juana María, October 23, 1780; María Gregoria, November 29, 1781; Tomás Mauricio, September 25, 1784; Rafael Antonio, October 20, 1787, who married Polonia García at Cebolleta, December 10, 1830; María Guadalupe, December 20, 1800, who married Juan Policarpio Serna at Cebolleta, September 24, 1815; Francisca Antonia, February 15, 1802; and Diego Antonio, who married Barbara Baca, or Jaramillo, August 11, 1816, at Cebolleta. A census list of the family at Atrisco in 1802 omits the first three girls, who must have died or were already married, and includes two more boys, José Julián and Ambrosio. José Julián might well be the firstborn, entered as a girl by mistake in the register of 1774, and who married María Luz García.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, p. 324 (Kindle Locations 14589-14613).

• Family Connection. 40
Manuel Estevan, batptized 3 Aug 1826 at age 3 days old, son of Tomás Candelaria and Juana Chaves; Paternal Grandparets: José Candelaria and María Griego; Maternal Granparents: Pedro Antonio Chávez and Catalina Baca; Padrinos: Domingo Sánchez and María de la Luz Perea.

~Alburquerque Baptisms
, p. 101

• Baptismal Record. 40
Pedro Antonio de Chabes, Spanish, baptized 30 Apr 1744, son of Diego Antonio de Chaves and Juana Silba; Padrinos: Jacinto Sanches and Dona Efigenia de Chabes

~ABQ Baptisms, p. 146

• Census: Spanish, 1790, Atrisco, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. 33
Plaza 2 of Atrisco

Pedro Antonio Chaves, Spanish, 40, rancher; married to Catrina Baca, Spanish, 30; three sons 16, 14, 12; five daughters: 11, 10, 8, 6, 4

~Spanish Census of 1790, p. 15

• Census: Spanish, 1802, Atrisco, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. 270
2nd Plaza de Señor Fernando de los Chávez:
Pedro Antonio Chávez, his wife, Catrina Baca; Gregoria Chávez; José Julian Chávez; Tomás Chávez; Rafael Chávez; Diego Antonio Chávez; Ambrosio Chávez; Juana Chávez; Teresa Chávez; María Guadalupe Chávez; Francisca Antonia Chávez.

~Spanish & Méxican Census, 1750-1830, p. 133


Pedro married Juana Catalina Baca, daughter of Ygnacio de Luna Baca and Rosa Margarita Romero, on 3 Sep 1772 in Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. (Juana Catalina Baca was born in 1752 in Río Abajo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

Herencia, October 1997, p. 16

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