María Vásquez de Lara
- Born: Abt 1692
- Marriage: Diego de Padilla Captain on 18 Sep 1713 in Bernalillo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 29,252
Other names for María were María Baca and María Vásquez Baca.
Noted events in her life were:
• Children. 252
María Vásquez Baca, Diego Padilla's second wife, bore him eight children: Francisco, 24 and executor of his will; Manuela, wife of Francisco Cháves; Diego, 17 at the time of the will; Nicolás, 14; Bernardo, 12; Tomasa, 8; Pedro, 6; and María Barbara, 3.
Of these children, Francisco married Isabel Baca on March 13, 1732; Manuela married Francisco Xavier Chávez on September 29, 1735; Diego married María Luisa Chávez; she died on December 23, 1741 ; Bernardo married Quiteria Chávez after she had illegitimate children; Tomasa became the wife of Tomás Chávez, December 3, 1742; Pedro, born May 26, 1731, married Victoria Chávez, January 28, 1755; María, born August 29, 1733,16 must have died young; María Barbara, born February 27, 1735, married Antonio Chávez, April 13, 1750. Pedro, referred to as the "seventh child," sold his father's estate to Clemente Gutiérrez in 1768.
~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, p. 253 (Kindle Locations 11289-11304)
María married Diego de Padilla Captain, son of José de Padilla Villasenor and Maria López, on 18 Sep 1713 in Bernalillo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248.,252 (Diego de Padilla Captain was born in 1688 in Guadalupe del Paso, Nuevo Méjico. Nueva España, baptized in Querétaro, Nueva España and died about 1736 in El Puerto de San Andre, Isleta, Nuevo Méjico, Nuevo España 252.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Diligencia Matrimonial. 248
18 Aug 1713. Bernalillo. Diego de Padilla (25), español, native of El Paso del Norte where he was married to Catrina Gutierrez, deceased, son of Captain José de Padilla and María López, both deceased, and María Vásquez, española, native of New Mexico, daughter of José Vásquez and María Baca, deceased. Witnesses: José de Quintana, notary; José López (70), Antonio Gallegos (35), Vicente García (25), and Antonio Montoya (24) who said that the groom had been married to a first cousin of his. Pair married, Sept 18, 1713, with witnesses Captain Tiburcio de Ortega, Captain Diego Montoya, Captain Antonio Baca and wife María de Aragón.
~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, p. 1441