Gonzalo Peláez
(Abt 1635-)
Elvira Mendez
(Abt 1639-)
Jacinto Peláez


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1. Margarita Gómez Robledo

2. Maria Ysabel Durán y Chávez

Jacinto Peláez

  • Born: 1670, Villanueva, Asturias, España
  • Marriage (1): Margarita Gómez Robledo on 13 Jun 1691 in El Paso del Norte, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252
  • Marriage (2): Maria Ysabel Durán y Chávez about 1700 252

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• Background Information. 252
Jacinto Peláez, a native of Villanueva in Asturias, was the son of Gonzalo Peláez and Elvira Méndez. He was twenty-one when he married Margarita Gómez Robledo at Guadalupe del Paso in 1691. Another Spanish soldier, Alonso Romero, had married Margarita's sister, María. Peláez denounced Romero as a bigamist and the charge was proven true. The grant made to him by Vargas was at Jacona near San Ildefonso.

Margarita bore him two daughters: María, who married Juan Fernández de la Pedrera, and Jacinta, first married to Antonio de Luna and then to Antonio Montoya.

After Margarita's early death Jacinto married Isabel de Chaves in 1700; but he died shortly after, for in 1705 his widow married Baltasar de Mata.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 11388-11399

Jacinto married Margarita Gómez Robledo, daughter of Andrés Gómez Robledo and Juana Ortiz Baca, on 13 Jun 1691 in El Paso del Norte, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.

Jacinto next married Maria Ysabel Durán y Chávez, daughter of Captain Fernando Durán y Chávez and Lucía Hurtado de Salas, about 1700. (Maria Ysabel Durán y Chávez was born in 1679 in Bernalillo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)


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