Hernán Martín Serrano Captain
- Born: Abt 1562, Zacatecas, Nueva España 252
- Marriage: Juana Rodríguez about 1577
- Marriage: Ynés
- Died: After 1632, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252
Noted events in his life were:
• Dates & Events. 252,274
Hernán came with Don Juan de Oñate's party in 1598. He brought along his wife and family. He was among those who made the first Spanish Settlement at San Juan de los Cabelleros, which was near present day Española, New Mexico.
Juan signed a Petition of loyalty in San Gabriel on October 2, 1601. He was among the Loyalists who stayed in New Mexico.
• Dates & Events. 251,252
Sergeant of Captain Juan Ruiz, native of the city of Zacatecas, tall, scanty beard, pock marked, 40 years of age, son of Hernan Martin Serrano, with complete armor for himself and horse. He is taking his wife and family. ~From Oñate's Muster Rolls of 1598
Hernan was among the original settlers who came with Oñate in 1598. In the muster rolls of 1598, he is designated as the Sargento of the expedition. He and his wife, Juana Rodriguez, brought their family with them as well as cattle, horses, utensils and even a millstone.
In 1626, Captain Martín Serreano was seventy years old, and was considered an ancient settler and resident of Santa Fé. He had two sons, Hernán and Luis. María Martím was, most likely his daughter, married Alonso Martín Barba. ~Origins of New México Families, pgs. 71-72.
• Dates & Events: Hernán Martín Serrano and his wife, Ynés were one of the first families of Santa Fé. 655
Hernán married Juana Rodríguez about 1577. (Juana Rodríguez was born in 1563 239 and died after 1626 239.)