- Born: Abt 1641, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 252
Juan de Madrid escaped with his wife and six small children, and was described in 1681 as a native of New Mexico, forty years old, of thickset, medium build, dark, with curly, gray beard and thick, black hair; also, a cataract over the left eye. He had three successive wives: Micaela Martín, María de Mondragón, and Ana Holguín. His family stayed at Guadalupe del Paso where a son, Francisco., married María de Salazar at Socorro del Paso, in 1703; a daughter, Manuela, became the wife of Antonio Valencia in 1710; and another, María, married Alonso Cisneros in 1690.
~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 3117-3125
• Dates & Events. 269
Francisco Madrid and his sons Juan de Madrid and Roque Madrid are listed in the Spanish Archives for 22 Sep - 16 Oct 1681 as "soldiers and male colonists under pay for the reconquest of New Mexico."
~The Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Volume II, p. 68