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Luis Martín Serrano Captain
(Abt 1610-1661/3)
Catalina de Salazar
(Abt 1615-After 1662)
Luis Martín Serrano
(Abt 1628/33-1697/1707)
Antonia de Miranda
Cristóbal Martín Serrano
(Abt 1655-)


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Antonia Moraga

Cristóbal Martín Serrano

  • Born: Abt 1655, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 1465
  • Marriage: Antonia Moraga 1465
  • Died: Santa Cruz de la Canada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
Cristóbal Martín Serrano returned in 1693 with his wife, Antonia Moraga, and their known children:
Cristóbal, who married María Montoya at Bernalillo in 1698, after being rejected by Gerónima Baca that same year.
Diego, who married Manuela de Vargas in 1714 at Santa Fe
María, wife of Manuel Antonio Domínguez
Josefa, mentioned with her mother and brethren in 1713.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 10007-10015.

Cristóbal Martín and Antonia de Moraga had these other children:
Simón, who married Petrona Domínguez in 1705; Antonio de Jesús, who married Ana María Domínguez in 1717
Josefa, who became the wife of Dionisio Cortés [DM, 1705, no. 17; 1717, no. 12; 1718, no. 15]. Cristóbal II, who married María Montoya in 1698, was married a second time to Juliana Maese [DM, 1728, no. 13].

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 16197-16203

• Background Information. 1465
Critóbal Martín Serran was born around 1655 in New Mexico. He was described as "slender with black eyes, and thick black hair & beard." His first wife was Antonia de Moraga, native of New Mexico & a daughter of Juan de Moraga and María Montáno. Cristóbal was blind by 1697 and unable to work. His family resided in the Villa de Santa Fé until the family moved to the area of Chimayó where Antonia de Moraga was granted title to land that previously beonged to her father before the Pueblo Revolt in 1680.

~ Descendants of Hernán Martín Serrano in New Mexico, p. 8

Cristóbal married Antonia Moraga, daughter of Juan de Moraga and María Montaño.1465 (Antonia Moraga died on 5 Aug 1729 in Santa Catalina Church, Cuidad de Méjico, Nueva España 250.)


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