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Juan Baptista de Azqueta
(Abt 1610-Bef 1652)
Micaela de Arana
(Abt 1610-)
Juan Santiago de Esquibel
(Abt 1610-)
Antonia Fernández de Mancilla
(Abt 1610-)
Juan Antonio de Azqueta y Arana
(Abt 1649-)
María de Esquibel y Fernández de Mancilla
(Abt 1650-)
Buenaventura Miguel Esquibel
(1684-1739)

 

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Rosa Bernadina Lucero de Godoy

Buenaventura Miguel Esquibel

  • Born: Nov 1684, Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España 371
  • Christened: 19 Nov 1684, Catedral de Méjico, Ciudád de Méjico, Nuevo España 371
  • Marriage: Rosa Bernadina Lucero de Godoy on 3 May 1702 in Santa Fé, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España
  • Died: 8 Apr 1739, Santa Fé, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España at age 54 371

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Dates & Events. 371
Benaventura most likely arrived in New Mexico when his brother Antonio arrived on July 2, 1697. He to New Mexico as a soldier and was stationed at the Santa Fé Presidio. He and his wife Rosa stayed in Santa Fé and raised 8 children.

He requested a land grant in the Chama jurisdiction. In his petition for this land, he stated that he had served his Majesty as a soldier of the Real Presidio de Santa Fé for twenty-three years and was asking to be granted some land for his services so he could better provide for his family, which consisted of his wife and eight children. This request was denied in a response dated 23 Jan 1734.
NMGenealogist, March 1992, pg. 27-28

• Baptism. 371
Benaventura Miguel, En dies y nueve de Noviembre de milseiscientios y ochenta y quatro años con licencia del cura semanero Baptise a Buenventura Migel hijo de Antonio de Asqueta y Arana y Doña María de Esquibel fe su parino Don Diego de Alba Narbaes.
(Baptisms: 1674-1685, Mexico Citiy, Asucion Church. LDS microfilm # 0035174)
New Mexico Genealogist, June 1992 pg. 50

• Name. 371
It was common for children to take their mother's family name if that family is more prominent or distinguished than the father's family. Since Benaventura's mother was given the title of Doña, it is likely that her family was the more prominent family.

The name Esquibel, Asqueta and Arana are all Basque in origin, suggesting a strong Basque lineage in the antecedents of Buenaventura de Esquibel.
~ José Antonio Esquibel in NM Genealogist, June 1992, pg. 50


Buenaventura married Rosa Bernadina Lucero de Godoy, daughter of Antonio Lucero de Godoy and Antonia Varela de Losada Perea, on 3 May 1702 in Santa Fé, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. (Rosa Bernadina Lucero de Godoy was born about 1686 in Guadalupe del Paso, Nuevo Méjico. Nueva España and died on 30 Sep 1748 in Santa Fé, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 364.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial:. 371
15 Apr 1702


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