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Manuel Gómez
Ana Vincent
Bartolomé Romero
(1563-After 1632)
Lucia López Robledo
(Abt 1573-1618/1626)
Francisco Gómez
Ana Robledo Romero
(Abt 1604-After 1664)
Andrés Gómez Robledo
(Abt 1643-1680)


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Juana Ortiz Baca

Andrés Gómez Robledo

  • Born: Abt 1643, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España
  • Marriage: Juana Ortiz Baca 252
  • Died: Aug 1680, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España about age 37 252

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
Andrés Gómez Robledo, twenty years old and single in 1663, said he was twenty-four, a native of Santa Fe, and still single in 1665, when he and his brother Juan helped Gov. Peñalosa cheat on sacks of piñón kept at the Gómez estancia of Las Barrancas in the Rio Abajo. Andrés served with two of his elder brothers in the General Council of the Kingdom prior to 1680. When the Indians struck he was a Maese de Campo, most active in the defense of Santa Fe in which he lost his life, the only officer killed.

Andrés had married Juana Ortiz, a daughter of María Ortiz de Vera, or Baca, by Diego de Montoya or a previous husband. Juana escaped with the Santa Fe refugees; with her went her orphaned children, all girls, most of whom figured after the Reconquest as the wives of prominent leaders. Their names were: Margarita, wife of Jacinto Peláez; María, who married Alonso Romero and then Diego Arias de Quirós; Francisca, wife of Ignacio de Roybal; Lucía, married to Miguel de Dios Sandoval; and Rosa, who died single. Perhaps a Juana, who married Domingo Roybal, was a sister of theirs.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 1808-1822

Andrés married Juana Ortiz Baca, daughter of Diego de Montoya and María Ortiz de Vera.252 (Juana Ortiz Baca was born about 1648 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.)


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