Jacinto de Sandoval Martínez
Juana de Estrada
Juan de Díos Sandoval Martínez
(1658-1732)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Juana Hernández

2. Gertrudis de la Concepcíon Herrera

Juan de Díos Sandoval Martínez

  • Born: 1658, Ciudad de Méjico, Nueva España
  • Marriage (1): Juana Hernández in Feb 1683 in Ciudad de Méjico, Nueva España 248,252
  • Marriage (2): Gertrudis de la Concepcíon Herrera on 12 May 1695 in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248,252
  • Died: 12 Mar 1732, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España at age 74

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
Juan de Díos Sandoval Martínez and his wife Juana Hernández, or Medina, joined the 1693 colonists with their eighteen-year-old son, Miguel. Juan was the son of Jacinto de Sandoval Martínez and Juana de Estrada, both natives of Mexico City. His Hernández wife died in Santa Fe on March 24, 1695, and on May 12 he married Gertrudis de Herrera, widow of José Nunez, at Santa Cruz. Juan was then thirty-seven years of age. He sold some Santa Cruz land in 1710. In 1716 he gave Mexico City as his birthplace, his age as sixty, and Santa Cruz as his residence. He died on March 12, 1735, at the age of seventy-two. A son, Antonio, was born to his second wife, March 6, 1701.

Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period Kindle Locations 12659-12669

Juan de Díos Sandoval Martínez married his first wife, Juana Hernández, in the parish church of Santa Catalina Mártir in Mexico City sometime after 1672 [DM, 1693, no. 14]. Their son Miguel de Dios married Lucía Gómez Robledo in Santa Fe, Oct. 28, 1697 [DM, 1697, no. 11]. Another son could have been a Pedro de Sandoval, born in the Valley of Toluca, and 20 years old in 1698 when he was soldiering in Santa Fe [DM, 1698, no. 6]. The soldier of this name who was brought to trial in 1694 for mistreatment of his wife, Rosa de Contreras, might have been this same man [Gen., 1694, no. 5]. And he might also be the Pedro Martínez in ONMF, p. 227. Old Juan de Dios next married Gertrudis de Herrera, by whom he had Antonio, who married Josefa Villalpando at Santa Cruz in 1722 [DM, 1722, no. 8]; Juan José, who married María Fernández in 1720 [DM, 1720, no. 14]; Miguel, born at Santa Cruz, Oct. 1, 1713; and Feliciano Antonio, July 31, 1715 [Gen., 1710, no. 7].

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 16744-16758

• Original Settler, 1965, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. 1510
Juan de Díos Sandoval Martínez petitioned to marry his second wife, Gertrudis de Herrera in 1695 from Santa Cruz de la Cañada which shows that he, his second wife and her parents, Tomás Herrera Sandoval and Pascuala de la Concepción Ribera were also among the first settlers of Santa Cruz de la Cañada.

Early Settlers of Santa Cruz de la Cañada
, p. 3,

• Census: Spanish, 1707, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. 1510,1513
Juan de Dios (Sandoval) married with Gertrudis (de Herrera) has six persons.

Early Settlers of Santa Cruz de la Cañada
, p. 69
New Mexico Genealogist, Vol. 28:1 , p. 23


Juan married Juana Hernández, daughter of Juan Martínez and Petrona Hernández, in Feb 1683 in Ciudad de Méjico, Nueva España 248.,252 (Juana Hernández died on 25 Mar 1695 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial. 248
1693, Mexico City. Marriage certificate of Juan de Sandoval Martínez and Juana Hernandez, natives of Mexico City, married in Feb 1683. Cathedral Records.

~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, p. 1748


Juan next married Gertrudis de la Concepcíon Herrera on 12 May 1695 in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248.,252 (Gertrudis de la Concepcíon Herrera was born in Celaya.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial. 248
22 Apr 1695, Santa Cruz. Juan de Dios Sandoval Martínez, widowed of Juana Hernandez who died in Santa Fé on 24 Mar 1695, son of Don Jacinto Sandoval Martínez and Juana Estrada, natives of Mexico City, and Gertrudis de la Concepcíon Herrera, widow of José Nuñez, run over by a carre at a place called Las Cruces, daughter of Tomás de Herrera and Pascuala Ribera, natives of Mexico City. - Witnesses: Juan de Medina (22), José Mascareñas (26), natives of Mexico City living in Santa Cruz; José Rodríguez (45), native of Santa María la Real in Castilla la Vieja; Manuel Cervantes (22), native of Mexico City, these two also residents of Santa Cruz. Pair married 12 May 1695.

~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, pp. 1748-1749


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