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Antonio de Moya

  • Born: Jul 1670, Santa Teresa, Ciudád de México, Nueva España
  • Baptized: 31 Jul 1670, Catedral Ciudád de México, Nueva España 247
  • Marriage: Francisca Antonia Morales de Guijosa on 26 Aug 1691 in Catadral Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 247
  • Died: By 1617, Villa de Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España at age -53 252

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information: 252
Antonio Moya was a mason by trade who joined the colonists of 1693 with his wife, Francisca Antonia Morales, or de Guijosa. He was a native of Mexico City, born at Santa Teresa, the son of Juan, and twenty-one years old. He had a broad face, large eyes and forehead, and a rather wide nose. His wife, seventeen, the daughter of Juan, and born in Mexico City at Las Escalerillas, had a round face and big eyes.

By 1715 Antonio was dead and his widow was married to Andrés de la Paz. Francisca herself passed away on April 20, 1752, "more than eighty years old."

Their children were: Pedro Antonio, Lucas Miguel, and María Francisca, the eldest. For she had been born on the way from Mexico City at the Presidio del Gallo; in 1709 she married Juan Esteban de Apodaca in Santa Fe.

Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 10681-10692

• Background Information: 247
Antonio de Moya and Francisca Antonia Morales (a.k.a. Francisca Antonia de Guijosa) were the progenitors of the Moya name in New Mexico. Francisca was an orphan born in Mexico City. Antonio de Moya was baptized at the Catedral de Méjico on 31 July 1670, son of Juan Moreno and María de Moya.

1. Bartolomé de Huertas & Catalina de Moya, residents of Sevilla, Spain

...2. Bartolomé de Moya, a carpener by trade, born around 1559, Sevilla, Spain married to Juana Rodríguez (died before 1614) daugther of Juan Sanguas and Elvira Rodrígues. Bartolome de Moya and Juana Rodriguez travel to the Americas in May of 1600 with their eight children. They settle in Puebla de los Angles, Nueva España.

......3. Marcos de Moya, native of Sevilla, marries María de Toro, native of Sevilla and daughter of Cristóbal de Quesada and Juana Pérez (deceased at the time), on 27 1614, Catedral de Puebla. They move to Mexico City, and had a third child.

.........4. Antonio de Moya, native of Mexico City married Magdalena de Rivera, native of Mexico City and dauhter of Francisco Martín and Luisa de Rivera, on 27 Oct 1641, Catedral de Méjico.

............5. María de Moya, native of Mexico City, married Juan Moreno, navtive of San Cristóbal de la Havan, Cuba, Nuevo España & son of Agustín Moreno and Justa Hernández.

...............6. Antonio de Moya, baptized 31 Jul 1670, Catedral de Méjico, married 26 Aug 1691, Catedral de Méjico to Antonia Morales de Guijos, orphan, native of Mexico City.

The Spanish Recolonization of New Mexico, pp. 275-282

Antonio married Francisca Antonia Morales de Guijosa on 26 Aug 1691 in Catadral Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España.247 (Francisca Antonia Morales de Guijosa was born before 1672 in Las Escalerillas, Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 252 and died on 20 Apr 1752 in Villa de Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252.)


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