María de Palacios Bolívar
- Born: 1678, Vera Cruz, Nueva España 252
- Marriage: Diego Márquez de Ayala 252
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information: 252
Diego Márquez de Ayala was a native of Zelaya in New Spain who joined the colonists of 1693. He was the son of Don Juan, nineteen years old, with an aquiline face, large eyes, the left one darker than the other. His wife was María de Palacios Bolívar, fifteen, daughter of Antonio and born in Vera Cruz; she was fair with a round face and big eyes.
Diego was a coppersmith by trade. But by 1716 he held the rank of captain in the militia. A known child of his, María, became the wife of Lázaro Trujillo. Another was, in all probability, a Juana Márquez de Ayala who was the wife of José Antonio Naranjo.
Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 9825-9837
María married Diego Márquez de Ayala.252 (Diego Márquez de Ayala was born in 1783 in Zelaya, Nueva España 252.)