Francisco García de Noriega
- Born: 1677, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252
- Marriage: María de Ribera on 27 Oct 1697 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252
- Died: 1746, Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España at age 69 509
- Buried: 15 Apr 1746, Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 509
Noted events in his life were:
• Dates & Events. 252
Francisco García de Noriega, widowed of María de Ribera, married Juana Sedillo, Widow of Carlos López on 17 Mar 1732. María Ribera had died on 28 Jan 1732.
Children he had had with María de Ribera were:
Lazaro, who married Nicolasa López and then Francisca Varela
María Francisca, born 14 Dec 1705
Antonia, born 20 Feb 1711
~Origins of New Mexico Families, pg. 182
Francisco García de Noriega married María Ribera when he was 20, on 27 Oct 1697. He was the natural son of Nicolasa Varela by Lázaro Garía (DM, pg 1697) Lázaro was most likely the son of Alonso who was killed in the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. His daughter María Francisca married Salvador Márquez on 8 Nov 1705. He had another daughter, Petrona Efigenia who lmarried Ventura Candelaria in 1719.
~Origins of New Mexico Families, pg. 358
• Information. 509
Francisco García de Noriega and his wife were among the Founding Families of Alburquerque;.
Francisco married María de Ribera, daughter of Juan de Ribera and Luisa López de Ocanto, on 27 Oct 1697 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.252 (María de Ribera was born before Aug 1680 in Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252 and died on 28 Jan 1732 in Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Marriage Record. 509
On 27 Oct 1697, in Santa Fé, Francisco García was a twenty-two year old native of the Río Abajo and a soldier at the Santa Fé Presidio. He was the son of Lázaro García de Noriega and Nicolasa Varela. On that date he married María de Ribera, a seventeen year old, native of Santa Fé, and the daughter of Juan de Ribera and Luis de Otón, both natives of New México Witnesses were fellow soldiers and Río Abajo native, Carlos López, nineteen, Juan Trujillo, forty-three, another Río Abajo native, and Pedro Luján, a fellow soldier.
~Aqui Se Comienza, pg. 231