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Juan Griego Capitán
(1605-Bef 1680)
Juana de la Cruz
(Abt 1610-)
Nicolas Griego
(Abt 1640-Bef 1680)
Antonia Martín
Catharina Griego
(1674-Bef 1717)


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1. Diego Trujillo

2. Melchor Jaimes de Herrera

Catharina Griego

  • Born: 1674, Nueva Méjico, Nueva España
  • Marriage (1): Diego Trujillo in 1692 287,1485
  • Marriage (2): Melchor Jaimes de Herrera in 1707 in Villa de Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248
  • Died: Bef Dec 1717, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 287

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information: 287
Diego Trujillo was born in the Río Abajo about 1675/9. His wife was Catarina Griego, who was a native of New Mexico & the daughter of Nicolás Griego & Antonia Martín. From 1701-1703, their son Antonio was in Santa Fe trying to recover Catarina's land. In 1715, Antonio married María Márquez de Ayala.

Diego had died before October of 1707, and his wife Catarina married again to Melchor de Herrera. Catarina married for a second time to Melchor de Herrera. She died sometime before December 1716.

~ To The Royal Crown Restored, p. 94

Catharina married Diego Trujillo, son of Cristóbal Trujillo and María Sandoval y Manzanares, in 1692 287.,1485 (Diego Trujillo was born 1675 through 1679 in Río Abajo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 287 and died before Oct 1707 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 287.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial: 1485
18 Jan 1692, Ysleta of the Tegua Indians. Diego Truxillo, 23 more of less, resident of te pueblo of Ysleta and native of New Mexico, son of Cristobal Truxillo and Maria de Sandobal, natives of this province of New Mexico, and residents of the pueblo of Ysleta, with Catharina Griego, 18, a resident of the same pueblo of Ysleta, daughter of Nicolas Griego and Antonia Martín, both deceased, natives of New Mexico. ~ Witnesses: Domingo Martín 38; Agustín de Salasar, 40, a resident of the Pueblo of Ysleta and a native of New Mexico; Mathiás Luján, 40, a resident of this pueblo and native of New Mexico; Capitán Diego de Luera, 50, a resident of this pueblo of Ysleta. There being no impediment I married & veiled them on 2 Feb 1692, and entered them into the book of marriages. By Fray Joachín de Ynojosa. Witnesses: Cristobál Truxillo and María Archuleta.

~ New Mexico Genealogist Vol. 49, Issue 4, December 2010, pp. 190-191

Catharina next married Melchor Jaimes de Herrera, son of Nicolás Jaimes de Herrera and Juana Barón, in 1707 in Villa de Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.248 (Melchor Jaimes de Herrera was born in Guanajuato, Nueva España.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial: 248
5 Oct 1707, Santa Fé. Melchor de Herrera, Presidio soldier widowed of Ángela Gonzales, son of Nicholas Jaimes de Herrera and doña Juana Barrón, natives of Guanjuato, and Catarina Griego (28), native of New Mexico living in Santa Cruz, widow of Diego Trujillo, daugher of Nicolás Griego and Antonia Martín. Occult dispensation, affinity from illicit copula.

Witnesses: juan de Paz Bustillos (50), español, Diego de Velasco (37), español and married, Antonio Durán de Armijo (40), native of Zacatecas, barbero and married, Felipe de Arratia (37), native of Valle de San Bartolomé, married and knew bride since her birth.

~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, p. 824


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