Salvador Armijo
(1748-Bef 1826)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Francisca Torres

Salvador Armijo

  • Born: 1748, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 33
  • Marriage: Francisca Tórres on 21 Mar 1781 in San Augustín de la Isleta, Isleta, Nueva Méjico, Nueva España 34
  • Died: Bef 1826, Sabinal, Valencia, Nueva Méjico, Nueva España 248

bullet  General Notes:


My father always told me that our Armijo line was close to New México's last Méxican governor, native Manuel Armijo. I have yet to find the link. Salvador is the last tracable name of our the Armijo line.

The name Armijo came to New Mexico in 1695 with the children and wife of Joseph de Armijo. The sons of Josph de Armijo used the name Armijo de Durán, which includes their mother, Catalina Durán's family name.

How my Salvador is related to José and Catlina is a mystery for those of use who have research Salvador's family, but he has to be connected to them in some way. I have based his date of birth, 1748, on the Spanish census of 1790. Unfortunately the 1750 Spanish census only lists the number of sons and daughters. There is no way I can find a young 2-4 year old Salvador living with an Armijo father from this census.

Possible parents I have found, based on Salvador's age are:
1-Salvador Manuel "el Primero" Durán de Armijo and Maria Francisca Baca
2-Salvador Manuel "el Segundo" Durán de Armijo and Francisca Alfonsa Lucero de Godoy. This Salvador would fit with my father's stories. His son, Vicente Ferrer Durán de Armijo was the father of Governor Manuel Armijo. Could my Salvador be the brother of Vicente Ferrer Durán? This Salvador and his wife Francisca had twelve children, but I can only find eight of their children. Salvador and Francisca were married in 1734, so perhaps the records for their earlier children haven't been found. I suspect that my Salvador Armijo who married Francisca Torres may have been one of this Salvador's earlier children.
3-Salvador Manuel "el Tercero" Durán de Armijo

All three Salvadors above are the son's of Vicente Ferrer Durán de Armijo and María Magdalena Apodaca. Vicente was the son of José and Catalina. My Salvador may also be one of the other sons of José and Catalin, but by merely being named Salvador, it is hard to imagine him not being related one of the three Salvador sons of Vicente.

(Click on highlighted names to find the people mentioned in my data base and more information on the Armijo Family.)

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Census, 1790, Sabinal, New México, Republica de México. 45
Salvador Armijo, 42, farmer m. Francisca Torres 26; 2 sons: 9, 2; 1 daughter 4; 1 nephew 12

• Web Reference: Will of Cayetano Torres from 1598 New Mexico.
"There remain in favor of the heirs, 986 pesos, diving as follows: Javier Garcia, widower of Juana Maria Torres, 246 pesos and four reales; to Salvador Armijo, husband of Maria Francisca Torres, the same amount. To Juan Francisco Torres, the same amount. To Antonia Rita Torres, the same amount."


Salvador married Francisca Tórres, daughter of Cayetano Cristobal Tórres and María Feliciana Vallejos, on 21 Mar 1781 in San Augustín de la Isleta, Isleta, Nueva Méjico, Nueva España.34 (Francisca Tórres was born about 1765 in Sabinal, Valencia, Nueva Méjico, Nueva España and died on 6 Sep 1843 in Belén, Valencia, New México, Republic de México.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage. 34
21 March 1781 Salbador Armijo, single, Spanish, m. Francisca Torres, single, Spanish, both of Sabinal.

Isleta Marriages, p. 26


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