Miguel de la Cruz de Lara
- Born: Abt 1660, Zacatecas, Nueva Galicia, Nueva España
- Marriage: Juana de Ancizo 252
Noted events in his life were:
• Family Background Information.
Miguel de la Cruz de Lara's heritage was half Black and half Indian. He died before his wife and children came to New Mexico.
• Background Information. 252
Among the colonists from Zacatecas were a Juana de Ancizo de la Cruz, who married Francisco Pérez de la Rosa in 1698; Josefa de la Encarnación, wife of Ignacio Losano; and María de Ancizo, wife of Agustín de la Cruz. They were the daughters of Miguel dela Cruz de Lara and Juana de Ancizo. The latter, or else the younger Juana, is referred to as the mother (mother-in-law?) of Cristóbal Crespín, and was very likely the Juana de la Cruz, called "La Mozonga," who died in Santa Fe, May 9, 1727.
~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, Kindle Locations 5410-5418
Miguel married Juana de Ancizo.252 (Juana de Ancizo was born about 1660 in Zacatecas, Nueva Galicia, Nueva España.)