Maria Antonia Gutiérrez
- Born: 1678, Ciudád de Méjico, Nueva España
- Marriage (1): Capitán Juan de Archibeque in 1697 in Santa Clara, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 248
- Died: Santa Clara, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España
• Web Reference: Biographies from Santa Fe County Genealogy Trails.
Children of Jean L'Archevêque and María Antonio Gutiérrez:
 Miguel de Archibeque, was born about 1698. On 2 November 1716, he married María Roybal [1697-1744], at San Ildefonso. He was apparently a trader, for at the time of his father's death in 1720, Miguel was gone from Santa Fe on a trading trip to Sonora for his merchant father. Miguel wrote a will on August 14, 1727, in Santa Fe, and died soon afterward. María. Their only son, Lorenzo Claudio, died in infancy. A daughter, Antonia Juliana de Archibeque, married Juan Manuel Gabaldón, 26 July 1735, and had a large family. María de Archibeque and her husband Francisco Casados were the witnesses. In 1744 Juan Manuel probated the estate of his mother-in-law.
 María de Archibeque, was born about 1702. Her mother may have died giving birth to her. She married Francisco José Casados, Alcalde of Santa Fe, on 28 October 1716, in Santa Fe, and was the mother of Gertrudis Casados, [abt. 1738-bef. 1780]. wife of Nicolas Martín [abt.1730-]. In 1729 Francisco and María sold a house and some land to José Riaño, the new husband of María's stepmother, María Manuela Roybal. [Spanish Archives of NM, Vol. I, p.206] Casados was very prominent in Santa Fe.
By Donald Rivara, June 23, 2009.
Maria married Capitán Juan de Archibeque, son of Claude L'Archevêque and Marie d’Armagnac, in 1697 in Santa Clara, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España.248 (Capitán Juan de Archibeque was born in 1671 in Bayonne, France 252 and died on 16 Aug 1720 Near Present Day Platte River on the Villasur Expedition 269.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Diligencia Matrimonial: 248
1697. Santa Fé. Juan de Archibeque (25), native of Bayno in France and soldier of Santa Fé Prsidio (DM incomplete) and Antonia Gutiérrez (26), native of Tezuco, widow of Tomás de Hita who, on way from Mexico City, was killed near the city of Zacatecas after Fray Franciso Farfán, had sent him for some mules of the wagon-train. This petition restates one of the year before, when marriage was delayed for lack of evidence of Hita's death. Later confirming this fact was written by Capitán Juan Paez Hurtado, with new information furnished by Padre Farfán
Witnesses: Capitán Juan Paez Hurrtado, Justicia Mayor of El Paso del Norte; Pedro Munier (25), native of Paris in France and soldier of Santa Fé, who was groom's comrade for 13 years; Santiago Grole (34), native of Rochela in France who was also groom's comrade for 13 years; Fray Francisco Farfán, now missionary at Santa Ana Pueblo, quotes letter he received at Parral from Fray Antonio de Coca, who on his way to Mexico City had learned that Tomás de Hita had been killed at a rancho near Zacatecas by a mulato, said Padre Coca requesting Padre Farfán to notify victim's wife and Capitán Pascual García. -- Letter produced by Capitán Paez Hurtado, one which he had written to Governor Vargas, his Capitán and Compadre, stating that : 1) Francisco de Ayala was shot to death during a fiesta at Villa de Jerez because of his bad character, and his wife (Angela Gonzales) should be notified. 2) Likewise notified should be the wife (Antonia Gutiérrez) of a Fulano Sánchez de Hita; she was "una vermeja" (red-head) assigned to the cart of Miguel García; while looking for some mules at a rancho near Zacatecas, Hita was stabbed by a mulato in a fit of jealousty because of the latter's wife. 3) The Rancho de las Huertas (Algodones) which belongs to his compadre Narano should be be given away by Vargas, since the man was returning to New Mexico.
~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, pp. 87-88