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New Colonists to New Mexico, 1693
Taken from the Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Vol. II269
Pages 95-98

  • ANTONÍO DE YASASSI Y AGUILERA, son of Mateo, native of Mexico, thirty-eight years of age, medium height, large eyes, and a wound on the nose.

  • GERTRUDES HERNANDEZ, wife of the above, daughter of Mateo, native of Mexico, twenty-eight years of age, medium height, round face, swarthy color.

  • JOSÉ BENITO YSASSI Y AGUILERA, the supposed child of the above named, native of Mexico, three years of age, round face, small eyes, and rather flat-nosed.

  • ANTONÍO RINCON DE GUEMES, son of Don Andrés, native of Mexico, thirty-six years of age, tall, aquiline face, large eyes, swarthy color.

  • ANTONÁO VALENZUELA, wife of the above, daughter of Juan, native of Mexico, twenty-eight years of age, able bodied, aquiline face, and sharp nose.

  • JOSÉ RINCON, child of the above named, native of Mexico, eight years of age, round, reddish face, large eyes and broad nose.

  • MARRÍ RINCON, child of the above, native of Mexico, five years of age, round face, large eyes and forehead.

  • MANUEL RINCON, child of the above, native of Mexico, one year old, swarthy, forehead and eyes large, nose small.

  • JOSÉ VELASQUES CORTEZ, son of Antonío, native of Seville, thirty-six years of age, tall, broad face, marked with smallpox, broad forehead, and deep set eyes.

  • JUANA DE GARAS, wife of the above, daughter of Francisco, native of Puebla, thirty years old, medium height, broad swarthy face, large eyes.

  • MARÍ VELASQUEZ CORTEZ, child of the above, native of Guatemala, three years old, round face, small eyes and nose.

  • JOSÉ MASCAREÑAS, son of Felipe, native of Mexico, twenty-six years of age, medium height, large eyes, and on the eyebrow and moustache, the mark of a wound.

  • MARÍA ACOSTA, wife of the above, daughter of Nicolás, native of Mexico eighteen years of age, medium height, swarthy, large eyes, and small nose.

  • JOSEPHA MELCHORA MASCAREÑAS, child of the aforesaid, native of Mexico, eight years of age, broad face, large eyes, and thick nose.

  • CHRISTOBAL MARZELINO, son of Bartolomé de Guerra, native of Usuña (?) in the kingdom of Castile, eighteen years of age, able bodied, round face, forehead and nose large.

  • JUANA DE GÓNGORA, wife of the above, daughter of Juan, native of Mexico, fourteen years old, medium height, aquiline face, large eyes.

  • JOSÉ DEL VALLE, son of Juan, native of Seville, thirty-eight years of age, able bodied, aquiline face, forehead, eyes and nose large.

  • ANA DE RIVERA, wife of the above, daughter of Layga, native of Tezcuco, twenty-eight years of age, able bodied, broad face, large eyes, and on the left side of the nose a mole.

  • BERNARDINO DEL VALLE (SENA), reputed son of the above named, native of Mexico, nine years of age, round and swarthy face, large eyes, and thick nose. (Adopted son)

  • FRANISCO DE LIMA, bachelor, miner and quicksilver smelter by trade, son of Antonío, native of Villafranca, fifty years of age, able bodied, broad face, narrow forehead, and grizzled hair.

  • PETRONILA DE LA CUEVA, widow of Juan de Góngora, daughter of Lorenzo, native of Mexico, thirty-three years of age, medium height, aquiline face, large eyes, and on the lower part of the left cheek a scar.

  • CRISTÓBAL DE GÓNGORA, son of the aforesaid native of México City, twelve years old, fair, pockmarked from smallpox, and three moles on the left cheek.

  • MARÍA GERTRUDIS DE GÓNGORA, daughter of the same, native of México City, eight years old, broad face, large eyes, and broad forehead.

  • FRANCISCA DE GÓNGORA, daughter of the same and sister of the aforementioned, native of México City, six years old, aquiline face, large eyes, and a wide nose.

  • GREGORIA DE GÓNGORA, sister of the aforesaid, native of México City, three years old, fair and blond, large eyes.

  • JUAN DE GÓNGORA, son and brother of the aforesaid, native of Mexico City, one year old, fair, large eyes.

  • SEBASTIAN DE SALAS, son of Bernardino de Salas, native of Salamanca, twenty-five years old, medium height, swarthy, large eyes, and mark of a wound on the forehead.

  • MARÍA GARCÍA, wife of the above, daughter of Nicolás, native of Puebla, twenty-three years of age, able bodied, white, small nose, rather deep set eyes.

  • JOSÉ CORTÉZ, son of Pedro, native of Puebla, forty years of age, medium height, aquiline face, large eyes and forehead, and under the nose a scar.

  • MARÍA DE CARBAJAL, wife of the above, daughter of Ygnacio, native Queretaro, twenty-one years of age, able bodied, broad face, white, large eyes.

  • RAFAELA CORTÉZ, child of the above, native of San Miguel el Grande, five years of age, round face, large eyes and forehead.

  • LIONISIO DANIEL CORTÉZ, also child of the above, native of Mexico, large eyes and forehead.

  • ANTONÍO GODINES, son of Don Francisco, native of Mexico, thirty-three years of age, medium height, eyebrows joined, narrow forehead, large eyes.

  • MARÍA LUISA GODINES, daughter of the same, native of Mexico, fourteen years of age, able bodied, round face.

  • JOSÉ NUÑEZ, son of Nicolás, native of Mexico, twenty-two years of age, round face, a mole on the chin.

  • GERTRUDES DE LA CÓNDE DE JARIAGERRERA, wife of the above, daughter of Tomás, native of Zelaya, twelve years of age, medium height, swarthy, marked with smallpox, large eyes.

  • JOSÉ RODRÍGUEZ, son of Juan, native of Santa Maria Real de Nicua (?), forty years of age, medium height, round face, broad nose, and a large number of moles on the face.

  • MARIA DE SEMANO, wife of the above, daughter of Juan, native of Mexico, twenty-eight years of age, medium height, swarthy, large eyes, small sharp nose.

  • GERTRUDES RODRÍGUEZ, daughter of the above named, native of Mexico, six years of age, large eyes and forehead, small nose, and chestnut hair.

  • JUAN ANTONIÓ RODRÍGUEZ, son of the same, native of Mexico, four years of age, round reddish face, large eyes, and small nose.

  • JUANA RODRÍGUEZ, daughter of the above named, native of Mexico, two years old, round and reddish face, large eyes, small nose.

  • MANUEL VALLEJO GONZÁLES, son of Juan, native of Acazingo, thirty-three years of age, tall, swarthy, bald, large eyes.

  • MARIA LÓPEZ DE ARTEGA, wife of the above, daughter of Bernabe, native of Tacubaia, thirty-one years of age, medium height, black hair, white, large eyes and forehead.

  • ANGELA TERESA VALLEJO GONZALES, daughter of the first marriage of the said Manuel Vellejo, native of Mexico, seven years old, swarthy, large eyes and forehead, thick nose.

  • FRANCISCO DE PORRAS, son of Juan, native of Madrid, forty years of age, able bodied, broad forhead, and blind in the right eye.

  • DOÑA ANA GONZALES, wife of the above, daughter of Santiago, native of Mexico, thirty years of age, able bodied, aquiline face, high forehead, and broad nose.

  • MARÍA DE PORRAS, daughter of the above, native of Mexico, thirteen years of age, able bodied, broad face.

  • JUAN DE MEDINA, son of Melchor, native of Mexico, twenty years of age, able bodied, tall, long face, large eyes, and thick nose, scar on the left cheek.

  • JUANA MARQUEZ, wife of the above, twenty-six years of age, medium height, aquiline face, swarthy color, large eyes.

  • NICOLAS TRUJILLO, son of Antonio, native of Cuba, forty years of age, strong, growing gray, large forehead and somewhat deep-set eyes.

  • MARIA RUIZ DE AGUILAR, native of Mexico, wife of the same, daughter of Nicolás, thirty-four years of age, able bodied, large eyes, and eyebrows joined.

  • MARIA DE GUADALUPE, daughter of the same, native of Mexico, thirteen years of age, medium size, aquiline face, swarthy color.

  • JUANA TERESA TRUJILLO, daughter of the same, native of Mexico, seven years of age, round face, rather flat nose, and a scar on the forehead.

  • MICAELA ANTONIA TRUJILLO, daughter of the same, native of Mexico, two years old, broad face, small broad nose, and high forehead.

"native of Mexico" = Mexico City or Ciudád de Méjico

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