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New Mexico Colonists, 1697
Blood on the Boulders, Vol. II  510
Pages - 1139 - 1157

This is a list of the families who were living in New Mexico in 1697. The list includes families who were originally in New Mexico as well as new settlers from Zacatecas, Sombrerete, and the kingdoms of Nueva Galicia and New Biscay.

(p. 1139)

Capitán Diego Arias, Alcalde Ordinario & Ana María Montoya, children: Mateo Arias, José Arias, Juana Arias, Diego's sister Martina and her daughter Felipa.

Maestre de Campo, Lorenzo Madrid & Ana de Anaya

Capitán Francisco Romero & Francisca Ramírez, children: Graciana Romero, Domingo Romero, and Antonio.

Sargento Mayor Francisco de Anaya & Felipa Sedillo, children: Salvador, Antonio Joaquín, María José

Capitán Antonio de Montoya & María Hurtado, children: Andrés Montoya, María Antonia, María, Nicolasa, Tomasa, Antonio, Antonia

Capitán Francisco Lucero & Catalina de las Heras, Francisco's sister, doña Antonia Beatriz Lucero, children: María, Antonia, Fracisca, Josefa, Andrés, orphan: Joaquín

Sargento Mayor Juan Lucero de Godoy & Isabel de Salazar, children: Caetano, Francisco Luis

Nicolás Lucero & María Montoya, children: Miguel, Cristóbal, Francisco, Pedro Lucero, Manuela

Juan Lucero, María López

Antonio Lucero, regidor & Antonia Varela, children: Rosa, Antonio, Juan, Diego

Cristóbal Martín & Antonia de Moraga, children: Cristóbal, Josefa, Francisco, Miguel, Diego, Juana Antonio

(p. 1140)

Diego Durán & Pascuala (Martín), children: María, Nicolás

Ambrosio Frésquez & María de Aragón, children: José, Antonio, two nephews: Salvador & Simón.

Don Juan Severino Manuel Rodríguez de Suballe's, orphan children: Rufina, Juana, Salvador.

María Severina, wife of Francisco Jurado de Valenzuela (absent)

José de Quintana & Antonia Luján

Sebastián Bas González & Lucía Ortiz, orphan: Antonio de la Concepción

Miguel Morán & María Celestina, children: Juan Nicolás

Juan de Villalpando & Ana Romero, children: Catalina

Carlos de Villavicencio & María de Hinojos, children: Francisca

Silvestre Pacheco & Lucía Martín, children: José

Domingo Martín & Josefa de Herrera, children: Matías, María, Miguel, Juana, Blas, María, Josefa

Diego Martín & Pascuala, children: Antonio

Agustín Sáez & Antonia Márquez

Pedro López & Sebastiana (Martín)

Juan de Tafoya & wife Josefa Pacheco, Juana Baca

(p. 1141)

Francisco de Ontiveros & Lorenza

Cristóbal Nieto & Petronila, children: Simón, Sebastiana, María, Lucía

Felipe Moraga & Catalina, child: Manuel, Orphan: Micaela

José, the sacristan & Juana de la Cruz, children: Andrea, Juana Eufrasia, Francisca

Nicolás Celedón (described himself as a "Indian Servant") & Fabiana, child: María

Cristóbal de Apodaca & Melchora, children: Juan, Caetana

Juan de Rivera & María García, children: María

Diego Trujillo & Catalina Griego, children: Antonio, Marcos

Antonio Cisneros & Josefa de Sosa, child: Juana

Luis Martín & Melchora de los Reyes, children: Sebastiana, María, Magdalena, Polonia, Manuel, Sebastiana, Antonia, Petrona

Tomás Bejarano & María Martín, child: Mariana

Diego Antonio Martín & María Barba, child: Micaela,

Felipe Sánchez & Olaya de Otón, children: Gertrudis, Antonia, María

Luis Maese & Josefa, children: Francisco, Cristóbal, Juan, María, Antonia

(p. 1142 )

Diego Velázquez (Velasco) María (de Tapia)

Onofre Montoya, Ana Martín, children: María. Margarita

Juan de León (Brito), María Ganillo, children: María, Margarita

Nicolás López, María de la Rosa (Martín), child: Juan Francisco

The orphan Manzanares children: Juan Diego, Juan de Dios, Tomasa, Juana

Nicolás de la Cruz y Trinidad & Petrona Gómez, children: Juana, Manuel

Juan de Dios Pasote & Juana Girón

Miguel Pasote & Juana da la Cruz

Bartolomé de Anzures (Native American from Puebla) & Ynés de Arratia

Cristóbal de la Cruz (Mexican Native American) & María Madrid, children: Francisco, Ana María, Sebastiana, Juana, Diega Antonia

Fernando Martín, widower, son: Antonio

Antonio Martín, widower, daughter: María

Doña Juana Ortiz, widow (of Andrés Gómez), daughters: Rosa, doña Lucía

Doña María Gómez Robledo, her husband absent

María López, widow, daughters: María, María de la Concepción

Antonia de Arratia, widow (of Juan Pacheco), sons: Juan Antonio, Matías, Felipe

(page 1143)

Ana Luján, widow, son: Luis Durán

Antonia Frésquez, widow, children: Sebastián, María

María Frésquez, single, daughters: Melchora, Maríz and one orphan

Francisca García, widow, daughters: Felipa, Isabel, Teresa

Juana de los Reyes, widow, children: Teresa, Francisco (Perea), Antonio de Perea, Jacinto

Juana Martín, widow, children: Ana María, Josefa, Juan de Dios (Martín)

María de la Cruz, widow, children: Juan José, Ana María. Lucas

María de le Vega, widow (of Luis Martín Serrano III), children: Josefa, María Zamora, Antonio

Leonor Martín, widow, grandchildren: Juana de Ojeda (daughter of Antonio de Ojeda & Bernadina Bernal), Antonio

Juana Griego, widow, children: Nicolás, Pedro, Josefa, María

Isabel Lucero (Lusano), her husband absent, daughter: Micaela

María de Tapia, widow, daughters: María, Juana, grandson: Juan Esteban

Juana de la Cruz, single, daughters: María, another María

Polonia Varela, widow, Orphans: Josefa & Estefanía

Juana Domínguez, widow, children: Juan, Josefa, Leonor, María

Sebastiana de Mondragón, widow, her grandchildre: Ana, Margarita, Tomasa, Manuela, María, Gertrudis

(p. 1144)

María Maese, widow (of Miguel Maese), her children: Juana López, Salvador de Archuleta

Antonia Rodríguez, widow, son: Francisco

Antonia de Sandoval (returned to El Paso del Norte), widow with child: Juan de Sandoval

Magdalena de Ogama, widow with daughters: Juana & María, grandchildren: Pascuala, María

María de Nava, widow (of Pedro de Leyba), children: Antonio, Diego, Juan, Magdalena, María, Juan Antonio

Ana María de Herrera, single, children: Francisco, Antonia, Juan

Angela de Tapia, widow with daughter: María Francisco

Angela Cecilia (Native American woman from Mexico City), widow with children: Lucía, María, Luisa, Clara, Micaela, Matea, Juana de la Cruz, Josefa María, Pascuala, Josefa, María, Antonio, Santiago, José, Diego

Juan Trujillo, widower of Elvira Sánchez Jiménez, children: Diego Trujillo, Catalina, Antonio, Santiago, Manuel

Josefa de Ortega, widow, children: Angela, Diego Antonio Ortega, Magdelena

Clara de Chaves (said to be natural daughter of Fernando Chaves y Durán), single, children: Caetano, Clara

María (Bernal) Monroy, widow of Sebastián Monroy y Mondragón, children: Juan de Mondragón, Diego, Catalina, María

Doña Isabel Jorge, widow, children: José, Lucas, María, Leonor, Juana, Juan

Alonso García, widower, grandchildren: Juana, Clara

(p. 1145)

María de Chavez, widow, son: Francisco

María Romero, widow, children: Juan Naranjo, Fabián, Francisca

Luisa Varela, widow, children: Matías, Juana, María

Agueda Morán, widow, sons: Benito, Juan Luis, grandchildren: Juana, María

María Magdalena (or María Augustina), widow, daughers: María Magdalena & María de la Encarnación

Gerónima Varela, widow, niece: Margarita

María Griego, widow, nephew: Juan Griego

Juan Cristóbal de Losada & María López, children: Juana, Micaela, María de la Candelaria

Ana Luján, widow (of Nicolás López), sons: Carlos López, Bernardo López

Pedro de Avila & María de Apodaca, children: Petrona, Gertrudis de Avila

Families from Mexico City who live in this villa de Santa Fé

José García Jurado, alguacil mayor & Josefa Herrera

Antonio de Aguilera Isasi, regidor & Teresa Fernández, child: José Benito

Ramón García & Doña Antonia de Espíndola

Capitán Miguel García de la Riva & Micaela Velasco, children: María, Antonia, Juan, María Francisca, Teodora

Francisca de Velasco, daughter: Manuela

(p. 1146)

Antonia Gutiérrez wife of Tomás de Hita (absent), son: Miguel (de Archibeque son of Jean l'Archevêque)

José Castellanos & Manuela de la Paz, children: Gertrudis, Juan de Castellanos, María, Inés, Manuel, Francisca

Juan de Chaves Goitia & Petronila de la Cueva (widow of Juan Maestre de Góngora), children: María, Francisca, Gregoria, Juan José

José de Mascareñas & María de Acosta, children: Josefa, Caetano

Nicolás Moreno de Trujillo & María Ruiz, children: María, José Damián, José Joaquín, Juana Teresa, Micaela, Hipólito, Manuela

Micaela de Medina, widow (of Simón de Molina Mosquera), children: María, Paula Molina, Nicolás Molina

Antonia de Valencia, widow, children: José Rincón, María Rincón, Damiana Rincón

María Rodríguez, widow, children: Bartolomé Rodríguez, Mariana Rodríguez

María de Rivera, widow, children Andrea, Juana, Joaquín, Martiana

Critóbal de Góngora & Inés de Aspeitia

Don José del Valle & Ana, orphan: Bernardino

José López & Sebastiana (Rodríguez), children: Domingo, Salvadora

Families from Zacatecas who live in this villa de Santa Fé

Juan Bautista de Olivas & Magdalena, children: Isabel, Gracia, María Teresa, Juana, granddaughter: María

Antonio Durán & María de Quirós. child: Juan Durán

(p. 1147)

Don Felipe (Ruiz) de Soria & Teresa

Catalina Durán, widow (of José de Armijo), children: Marcos, Vicente (Durán de Armijo), José, María

Ana de Reinoso, widow, daughters: Ursula, Antonia, María, Josefa, grandson: Juan

Juana Guerrero, widow (of Miguel Rodarte), children: Nicolás Rodarte, Baltasar, Gabriel, Cristóbal, José, Catalina, Juana de Dios

Inés de Braga, widow, daughter: Juana

Simona de Béjar, widow, daughter: Pascuala

Nicolás de Ortega & Juana Hernández, child: Esteban

Francisca de Sierra, widow, children: Joaquín, Gertrudis, Domingo

María Canseco, single, daughter María

Josefa de la Cruz, Laureano's widow, sons" Juan, Domingo

María de la Encarnación, children: Lucas, Toribio, Juan, Juana, María, Nocolasa

María de Castañeda, single, daughter: María

Nicolás Ramírez & Isabel de la Rea, son: Antonio

Families of Villa Nueva de Santa Cruz

Agustín Rodríguez Y Nicolasa, son Francisco

Juan de Guido & Isabel, son Luis

Juan de Guatemala, single

(p. 1148)

Tomás Méndez & María, child: María

Miguel de Zárate & Ana, children Juan, Juana

Simón de Contreras & Manuela

Cristóbal Jorge & Teresa de la Cruz, children" Rosa, Nicolás, Manuel


Families from Sombrerete & Zacatecas who live in this villa de Santa Fé

Sebastián Canseco & María

Juana de los Ríos, absent husband, children: Juana, Antonio, Francisco, Catalina Juan Antonio Ramos & Catarina Girón (born in New Mexico)

Juana de Encisco, widow, children, Marcos, Cristóbal, Juana, Pedro

Juana (Gertrudis) Gutiérrez, widow, son: Juan

Gerónima de la Cruz (Indian born in San Felipe Pueblo), widow (of Miguel Diaz), son: Juan

María (de Mares of Zacatecas), widow of (Simón de) Ortega, children: Gerónimo, Juana

Martín de Valenzuela & Inés, children: Antonio, Cristóbal, María

Asencio Pacheco (Pérez) & Antonia (Naranjo)

(Many of the following are either returning New Mexicans or their children)

Doña Juana de Almazán's orphan children, Luis & Magdalena

Ignacio Baca's (born New Mexico & husband of Juana de Almazán) orphan daughters: Antonia, Gerónima, Margarita

Cristóbal García & his sister María García

Sargento Mayor Alonso García's orphan sons: Alonso García, Luis, Vicente, Juan

(p. 1149)

Sebastián Rodríguez's orphan sons: Diego, Domingo

Capitán Juan Holguín's orphan sons: Salvador Holguín, Antonio Holguín

María de Perea's orphan children: Francisco García Perea, Antonio, Jacinto, Teresa

Francisco Martín & Juana García, children: Marcos, María, Francisco

María de la Cruz, single, daughter: Pascuala

Juana de Argüello, widow (of Pedro Martín Serrano), children: Francisco, Antonio, Miguel, Josefa (Martín)

Juana Martín, widow (of Juan Holguín), children Josefa, Juan

Domingo Granillo & María (from Parral), children: María, Josefa, Juan

Antonio Godines & María Domínguez

Juan de Aragón & Margarita Varela

Lorenzo Carvajal & Sebastiana Frásquez (both New Mexican Native Americans), children: Antonia, Juana, Alonso, María, and Sebastiana's sister Juana

Juan de Estrada & Rosa

Antonia Varela (de Losada), widow, daughter: Micaela

Don Francisco Palomino & Juana Montoya

José de Contreras's orphan daughters: Casilda, María

José Narano, his wife (Catalina Luján), five people

Manuel Gómez's orphan children, Josefa, Diego, Francisco, Tomasa

(p. 1150)

Capitán don Jacinto Peláez & Doña Margarita Gómez, child: Doña María

Doña Bernardina de Sala (Orozco), widow, daughters: Bernarda, Bernardina

Cristóbal de Aragón's orphan children: Juan de Pedraza, Juan Antonio, Catarina Varela

Doña María Zapata's Orphan children: Rosa, Ramón, Isidro José

María de Viezma's orphan sons, Nicolás, Francisco Javier, Esteban

María Martín, widow, children: Antonio, Josefa, Francisco, Marcos, Juan, Matías

Isabel Gutiérrez's (& Francisco Tamaris's) orphan children, Felipe (Tamaris) & Josefa

Miguel de Sosa's orphan children, Sebastiana, Francisca, José Tres

José Domínguez's orphan children, Domingo, María

Antonio Brito's (& wife Magdalena de Dios Gómez's)orphan sons, José, Pedro, Juan

Juan Romero's orphan (& widow Pascuala Válesquez's) children, María, Isabel & Francisco

Nicolasa de Anaya & her daughter Francisca

Antonia Bas González & her daughter Petrona

Antonia Trujillo, widow (of Nicolás Durán) & her son, Antonio Durán

Juana de Leyba's orphan sons, Antonio de Leyba and José

Don Fernando de Chaves & his wife Doña Lucía Hurtado, Antonio, Francisco, Luis, Pedro, Isabel, Lucas, María, Catarina, Nicolás

(p. 1151)

Diego Montoya, wife Josefa (de Hinojos), Salvador, Antonio, Juan, María, Juana, Isabel

Felipe Montoya's (& María de Paredes's) orphan children Clemente & María

Manuel Baca, and wife María (Hurtado de Salazar), Antonio, Gregorio, Diego, Manuel, Juan, Josefa & Bernarda

José Vázquez & María Baca

Cristóbal Jaramillo & Casilda (Cedillo López de García), children: Gerónimo, Antonia, Petrona and two orphans

Juan Varela & Isabel, with sons Pedro & Antonio

Ana de Sandoval with her sons Feliciano, Santiago, Manuel & Juan Mateo

Francisco de la Candelaria & wife Francisca (Montoya) with sons: Juan & Ventura

Juana López, widow and her niece Lucinda

The Orphan children of Jacinto Sánchez, Juana, Gertrudis & Pedro

Pedro López & his wife María Ortega with children (María Micaela) Pedro, José, Francisca & Juan

Cristóbal Varela & wife, Clementa (Ortega) with children: Juana & Sebastián

Doña Catalina (Varela) Hurtado with her children Antonio, Juan, Nicolás, Diego, Juana & María

Capitán Juan Holguín's orphan sons, Salvador & Antonio

(p. 1152)

María de Perea's orphan children, Francisca, Antonio, Teresa and Jacinto

Diego González & his wife María

Francisco Martín & his wife Juana García, with children: Marcos, María, & Francisco

María López de Ocanto, her husband, Salvador (Romero de Pedraza) absent, with children Diego, Agustina, Joaquín

New Mexican Settlers From Mexico City:


Niclás Ortiz, wife Doña Mariana with children Manuela, Niclós, Antonio, Luis, Francisco & José

Juan de Sandoval, wife Gertrudis (de la Concepción Herrera) with his daughter María (from his first wife Juana Hernández)

Juan de Bustos, wife Antonia & child Josefa

José de Atienza, the elder, with his wife Gertrudis (Sevillana) and their children Caetano & José (Joaquín)

Juan de Atienza (de Alcalá y Escobar son of José above), widower (of María Luisa Godines) & his daughter Ignacia

José de Atienza, the younger & wife Estefanía & their children, María & Francisco

José Rodríguez & his wife María with their children Gertrudis, Juan, Juana and Antonio

Ignacio de Aragón & his wife Sebastiana (Ortiz), with their children María, Antonio & Francisco

Tomás Palomino with his wife Gertrudis

Diego Girón de Tejeda & wife María with their children: José & Gertrudis.

Nicolás Girón & hiw wife Josefa

(p. 1153)

Tomás Girón & wife, Antonio with their children Dimas & María

Capitán Antonio Domínguez's orphan children, Teresa, Leonor, Francisca & Antonio

Antonio de Moya & wife, Francisca with their children: María & Francisco

Teresa Fernández (nee Rivera & wife of Juan Fernández) with her children Diego & María.

Miguel Gerónimo del Aguila with his wife, Gerónima and their daughter Josefa

Tomás de Herrera & wife Pascuala with their children: Antonio & Teresa

Miguel de Quintana with his wife Gertrudis () & daughter María

Juan de Medina, "the short one" with his wife Antonia (Sedaño).

Juan de Medina, "the tall one," with his wife Juana and a daughter also named Juana.

Gabriel de Anzures & wife Doña Felipa and their daughter María

Juan Antonio de Esquibel & wife, María with their children: Magdalena & Teresa

Manuel de Cervantes with his wife Francisca

Cristóbal Marcelino & wife Juana with a son named Caetano

Josefa Durán, widow of Agustín Griego, with her children: Antonia & Juan

Diego Márquez & wife María with two sons: Diego & Juan

(p. 1154)

Juan Chirinos & wife, María de Porras

José Jaramillo & wife María with sons: Pedro, José and Roque

José Cortés & wife María with children: Rafaela, Dionisia & José

Antonio de Silva & wife, Gregoria (Ruiz) with their children: Gertrudis, José and Juan

Andrés de Cárdenas & wife, Juana with children: Petrona & Teresa

José Vázques & wife, Juana with children: María & Lorenzo

Juan Ruiz Cordero & wife, María

Felipa Martín, her husband Agustín de Carvajal, absent, with her children Juana, María, Pedro, Miguel and Antonio

Javier Romero & with María (de la Cruz, daughter of Antonio Centú and Francisca de la Cruz) with son Francisco

Miguel Ladrón de Guevara & wife Felipa

María de Mora (a widow) with her son Diego

Single People


Antonia de la Serna

Josefa Santos

María de la Trinidad

Matiana Pantoja

Miguel de Santiago

Francisco González (de la Rosa, son of Diego Rojas and María de la Rosa & born around 1656 in Huehotzingo)

Pedro Quirós

(p. 1155)

Miguel de Ayala

Miguel Angel (Griego)

Miguel de Reina

Nicolás Rodríguez

Nicolás de la Trinidad

Miguel Tenorio

Nicolás de Espinosa

Nicolás de Espinosa, his brother

Ignacio Muñoz

María de la Encarnación

Pedro de Rojas

Juana la Barreda

Luisa Navarro (sought to return to El Paso in 1705)

María Rodríguez

Ignacia, "the elder"

Catalina Jáquez

Juana de Torres

Juana de Aragón (likely the same as Juana de Torres above)

Diego de Veitia (engaged to Juana de Torres above)

Antonio de Aguila

Tomás Núñez's orphan daughter

José Gaitán (married Cecilia de la Cruz and was the son of Andrés Gaitán and María de la Concepción, born in San Luis de Potosí)

(p. 1156)

Doña Antonia Espíndola

Pedro Varela

Don José Manuel Giltoméy

María de Carvajal

Lázaro Durán

José Mateo (Varela)

Doña Leonor Baca's orphan daughter

Capitán Juan Luis

José Antonio Hernández

Santiago Gurulé

Don Francisco de Porras

Lucía Martín

Francisco de Betanzos

Miguel Pastor

Francisca Domínguez

Juan Granillo

Melchora de los Reyes

Bartolomé Lobato

Juan Montes Vigil

Sebastián Ortiz

Martín Fernández

María Gómez

Miguel de Coca

(p. 1157)

María Montoya

The alcalde ordinario, Capitán Diego Montoya, also appeared with five people: Miguel de la Cruz, Manuel Montoya, Francisca Montoya, Marcial & Rosa

Francisco de Gamboa, orphan

Teresa Domínguez

Doña Lucía Madrid

Diego Hurtado, orphan

Juana de Valencia

Leonor Archuleta

María de la Trinidad de Leyba

Josefa de la Rosa

Juana de Dios, (Miguel) Rodarte's (& Juana Guerrero's) orphan daughter

María Bravo

Juan Romero's widow

Francisco el Témpano

Catalina, Toribio's coyota

Ana María de Almazán

Antonio Montoya

Lucía Cuslapa

Coca's son

Francisco Márquez's (& Estela Luján) orphan son (Juan Márquez who married Josefa Apodaca, daughter Francisco Apodaca.)

Juan el Jojola

Angela Cecilia's orphan daughter

Andrés de Betanzos

Diego de Betanzos's orphan son

Gregoria Trujillo

María Carvajal

Micaela Trujillo

Tiburcio de Ortega

Nicolás Luján

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