María de la Luz Baca
- Marriage: Juan José Silva
María married Juan José Silva, son of Francisco Silva and Rosa Gertrudis Durán y Chávez. (Juan José Silva was born in 1737 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Diligencia Matrimonial. 438
Juan José Silva, 40, español and native of New Mexico, was resident of puesto of Tomé in the jurisdiction of Alburquerque. Juan José was a widower from his marriage to Ana María Lucero and legitimate son of Francisco Wilva and Gertrudis Chaves. María de la Luz Baca, 16, españoa, native of New Mexico and resident of Tomé, was the legitimate daughter of Manuel Baca and the ate Margarita Josefa Tafoya. Juan José declared that his late wife, Ana María Lucero, and María de la Luz were related in the same degree of affinity. he requested a dispensation from fray Andrés García, the minister at San Felipe de Neri in Alburquerque.
First Degree: Diego Manuel Baca was the father of Josefa Baca
Second Degree: Josefa Baca had Rosa Baca as her natural daughter.
Third degree: Rosa Baca was the mother of Ana María Lucero, late wife of Ana María, late wife of Juan José Silva
First Degree: Diego Manuel Baca was the father of Manuel Baca
Second Degree: Manuel Baca was the father of another Manuel Baca
Third Degree: Manuel Baca was the father María de la Luz Baca
Father Domínguez of El Paso approved the dispensation on 3 Jan 1778.
New Mexico Prenuptial Investigations From the Archivos Históricos del Arzobispado de Durango, 1760-1799, p. 33