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Alonso Ortiz Baca
(1589-After 1662)
Native American Woman of Analio
Diego de Luna Capitán
(Abt 1630-After 1693)
Elvira García
Cristóbal Baca
(Abt 1635-1697)
Gregoria de Luna
(Abt 1669-)
Antonio de Luna


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Jacinta Peláez

Antonio de Luna

  • Marriage: Jacinta Peláez on 29 May 1718 in Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248,252
  • Died: 9 Aug 1729, Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252
  • Buried: Aug 1729, Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 252
Antonio de Luna is the oldest man of this name appearing after the Reconquest, and only as an obituary. He was married to Jacinta Peláez when he died on August 9, 1729. His widow then married Captain Antonio Montoya in 1737; surviving her second husband, she herself died at Tomé, January 27, 1766.

The next generation contains several men, any or all of whom could have been Antonio's sons. These were: Domingo, Joaquín, Felipe, Antonio, Bernardo, Salvador, and José.

Of early Luna women, María Rosa, wife of Juan Chaves, died October 6, 1738; on October 12, her baby of the same name also died. Gregoria became the wife of Pedro Romero, August 26, 1728.

~ Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, p. 214 & Kindle Locations 9440-9450.

Antonio married Jacinta Peláez, daughter of Jacinto Peláez and Maria Ysabel Durán y Chávez, on 29 May 1718 in Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248.,252 (Jacinta Peláez died on 27 Jan 1766 in Tomé , Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial. 248
19 May 1718, Alburquerque. Antonio de Luna (20) native of New Mexico of unknown parentage and living in Bernalillo, and Doña Jacinta Pélaez (14), daughter of Don Jacinto Pélaez, deceased, and Doña Ysabel Chaves. Dispensed, 3rd to 4th degree consanguinity, the excuse being that the bride was orphaned of her father, as also agustia loci (dearth of suitabe people), and the danger of her marrying beneath her status. Penalties: Groom to work personally for 15 days in building the church in Bernalillo, and to donate 1500 adobes for it, as well as 500 adobes for the church in Alburquerque. Bride to sweep either church for the space of ten days prior to vespers of the fiesta. ~ Jose de Quintana, notary of Bernalillo; Captain Cristobal de Arellano (43), español; Ygnacio de Aragón (60), español; Juan de Dios Martín, notary of Alburquerque; Nicolás Lucero (74); Sebastian Antonio (44). Pair married 29 May 1718.

~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, p. 1029


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