New Mexican Colonists who returned to New Mexico along with Don Diego de Vargas in 1693 To The Royal Crown Restored, the Journals of Don Diego de Vargas
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Diego de Vargas, Census of the El Paso district, El Paso, 22 Dec 1692 - 2 Jan 1693
New Mexicans Living In El Paso
Capitán Antonio Montoya, alcalde ordinario de segundo voto, married to María Hurtado, three boys: Juan (19), Andrés (14), Antonio (nursing); five girls: Juana (13), María (11), Antonia (7), Nicolasa (5), Tomasa (3).
Capitán Juan García de Noriega, alguacil mayor of the cabildo, married to Francisca Sáchez de Iñgo, three sons: Juan Antonio (11), Francisco (7), José (5); daughter: María (2); eight servants, Juana (18). Luis, Luisa (20) Gertrudis (7), Bernardino (4), María (5), Mónica (5), Alanso (3), Marteo (1), Antonio (9).
Ayudante Antonio Lucero, regidor, married to Antonia Varela de Perea, three sons: Antonio (5), Juan (3), Diego (1); daughters: Martina (15),Bernardina(7), two sisters: Gerónima (widow without children), María (18); and an orphan girl (11).
Diego Montoya, regidor, married to Josefa de Hinojos, children: Salvador (3), Juan Esteban (5), Antonio (3), Marí de la Rosa (8), Lucía (4), Juana (2). Two married servants named Antonio & his wife, Ana Durán.
Capitán José Téllez Girón, married to doña Catalina Romero, two daughters: Jacinta Téllez Girón & María Zapata. He states that he has a daughter named Juana Téllez, with his brother Juan Téllez Girón. Capitán José Téllez Girón states that he has two other children, Lucía & Catalina, and five dependents, named Gertrudis, María, Josefa, Isabel and Nicolás.
Capitán José Téllez Girón states that he has four orphans, María (5), Josefa (4), Ramón (4) & Ysidro José (2).
Sargento Mayor Juan Lucero de Godoy, married to doña Isabel de Salazar, chidren: Matías (30), Cayetano Lucero (4), doña Josefa (50), Bárbara (1). He states that he has four dependents: María, Juana, Josefa and Juan.
Sargento Mayor Bartolomé Gómez Robledo, unmarried, states that he has the following persons as family: doña Juana Ortiz (sister & widow), his sister doña Ana María Robledo, doña María Ortiz, Francisca Lucía, María Rosa, doña Ana Gómez, Gregoria, Francisca and four female and two males dependents named Magdalena, Petrona, María, Ana, Luis and Sebastián.
Capitán Lázaro de Mizquía, married María Llucero de Godoy, children: Alonso (13), Domingo (11), Salvador (1), Leonor Rosa (14), Francisca (7), his nephew José (12).
Ayudante general of the kingdom Diego Varela, married to Mariana Fresqui, children: Cristóbal (15), Juan (7), José (6), Antonia (12), Gregoria (11), María (5). He has dependents María and Antonio. Orphans: Juana and María and María the wife of Juan Sánchez Cabello.
Capitán Francisco Romero de Pedraza, married to doña Francisca Ramírez de Salazar, children: Domingo (6) and Graciana (12). He has a servant, Juan, married to María, and their children are Francisco (4) and Antonia (8). He states that he has another dependent named María (13).
Sargento Mayor Antonio Jorge, single.
Capitán Luis Martín, married to Melchora de los Reyes, children: Francisco Martín (20), Manuel (9), Sebastián (6), Sebastiana (20), Catalina (15), María de la Rosa (12), Catalina (9), Polonia (3).
José Gallegos, married to Catalina Hurtado, children: Antonio (15), Juan (7), Nicolás (5), Diego (3), and Juan (3).
Andrés Hurtado, married to Antonia Domínguez
Antonio Montaño, married to Isabel de Vera, children: Antonio (8), José (7), Lucas (6), Manuel (3), Polonia (11), María (5), Leonor (2); two dependents named Juana and Indian José and a married woman named Isabel Lucero whose husband is absent, with a daughter named Micaela (7), and a young Apache girl.
Capitán Juan Luis, single, with one Indian man and one Indian woman, named Magdalena (30) & her eight year old son, and Clara (18)
Sargento Mayor Alonso García, widower, children: Juan Antonio (15), Alonso (14), Luis (10), Vicente (5), Juan (5). He states that he has in his household and family María (35), Lorenzo and Josée.
Juan de Perea, married to Lucía de Tapia & son Francisco (6); his mother-in-law, María de Chávez, sister-in-law, María López (15), brother-in-law, Francisco (14).
Hernando Martín married to María Montaño, and daughter Pascuala (14).
Cristóbal Martín, married to Antonia Moraga, children: Cristóbal Martín (14), Simón (8), Miguel (5), Diego (4), Josefa (12), Juana (2).
Juan de Rivera, Married to María García, children: Juan (7), María (3), Juana Andrea (6), Bernardina (5).
Domingo de Herrera, married María Martín, children: Marcos (7), Francisco (9), Juan (4), Matía (2), Josefa (11).
Luis Martín, married to María de Vega, children: Antonio (4), Josefa (8), Petronila (1); Sister-in-law named Francisca de la Vega and a boy named Pascual (1).
Sebastián Martín, married to María Luján, with a son named Martín (1).
Pascual Cobos de la Parra, married to Lucía del Castillo, and son, Lucas (12).
Cristóbal Durán, single with one sister & her three children: Lorenzo (7), Alejo (5), Ana María (9). Three brothers & sister, Sebastián (13), Miguel (9), María (12).
Cristóbal de la Serna, his mother, Isabel Luján (widow), and his brothers & sisters: Francisco (12), Antonio (5), Antonia (13), María (10), Gregoria (7), Cayetana (6).
Agustín de Perea with his grandmother, Francisca García, aunt Felipa de Perea & her children: Francisco (12), Antonio (8), Teresa (12), & Teresa (4); and his sisters, Juana de Perea & Isabel de Perea.
Catalina de Esparza, single with her three nephews & nieces: Juan (15), Manuel (12), María (7); servants: Miguel (40), Magdalena (30), Francisca (15), Lucía (10), Miguel (8) & María Magdalena.
Tiburcio de Ortega, married to Margarita de Otón, children: Antonio (12), Ysidro de Ortega (8), Pablo (4), Gregorio (2), María (13); female Indian dependents, Luisa, Juana & Anastasia, and male dependent, Felipe.
Jacinto Sánchez de Iñigo, married to Ysabel Girón, children José (1 ½), & Juana (4), and one female dependent.
Pedro Sánchez de Iñigo, married to Leonor Baca.
Mateo Trujillo, married to María de Tapia, children: Agustín (12), Antonio (6), Francisco (2), Lucía (10), Juana (5), Juana de Trujillo (1); stepchildren: Diego Romero (14), José Romero (15) & Jacinta Romero (14).
Agustín Luján, single
Juan de Archuleta, married to Isabel González, children: Andrés de Archuleta (10), Diego (6), María (8), Antonia (4), Juana (6 months).
Maestre de Campo Alonso García. married to doña Teresa Varela, with twelve dependents: Juana (20), Bernardino and his wife, Josefa, Cristóbal, Francisca, Magdalena Catalina, María, another Maréa. another María, Juan, Antonio, and Catalina.
Josefa de Fuente, widow of Diego Hurtado, children: Juana (15), Diego (6), and one Apache woman.
Doña Bernardina Trujillo, widow of Capitán Andrés Hurtado, with one daughter, doña Mariana Salas (18) one step-daughter named Juana with her children: Marría (14), Bernardina (8), José (4).
Diego Romero, single, in his household there are three siblings named Bernardo (10), Cristóbal (7), Isabel (16).
The widow (of Antonio Domínguez de Mendoza) Juana García, children María (12), Teresa (9), Leonor (7), Francisco (6), Antonio (6), Francisca (15). She has five dependents named María (30) with a two-year-old son named Miguel, and an other Antonio (6), Catalina (9) and Juliana (5).
The widow Josefa Durán, with children: José (4), Agustín (nursing), María (4). Also she has her sister named Juana Durán, two brothers, Lázaro Durán & Bartolomé Durán (20), as well as two dependents named Cristóbal and María (10).
Juana de Herrera, with children Matías (15), María (6), Juana (4).
Inéz de la Cruz, with three daughters named Inés (20) & María (24); two orphans, Blas (4) & Gertrudis (5) and also another boy named José (6).
Leonora Martín, widow, two children: Antonio (15), Juana de Ojeda (6).
Capitán don Fernando Durán y Chaves, married to doña Lucía de Salazar, children: Bernardo (16), Pedro (15), Antonio (14), Isabel (13), Francisco (11), Luis (9), Nicolás (6), María (4), Catalina (1) & dependents: Francisca (28), Vetura (5).
María Romero, married to Pascual Naranjo (absent), children: Juan (18), Fabián (10), Francisca (6).
Manuel Gómez, married to Antonia Ursula Durán, children: Francisco (12), José (20), son-in-law, Nicolás López who is married to Manuel's daughter María de la Rosa; Tomasa (10), Josefa (8).
New Mexicans Living San Lorenzo
Maestre de Campo Luis Granillo, lieutenant governor & captain general, married to doña Magdalena Varela de Losada. They have three orphans: María (18), Felipe (16), Juan (15) and servants: Domingo (60) married to Catalina (40) and their children Catalina (20), María (18), Agustín (15), another Indian woman in their service, Clara (13), Josefa (8), Francisco (4), Antonio (2) and another Indian woman, Margarita (18).
Sargento Mayor Francisco de Anaya Almazán, alcalde ordinario de primer voto of the cibildo, married to doña Felipa Rico de Rojas, children: Salvador (10), Antonio (8), María (4); one orphan girld named María (15); Francisco's sister, a widow named doña Inés de Anaya, with one female dependent and a son named José (20); and another Indian named Antonia.
Sargento Mayor Lorenzo de Madrid, married to doña Ana de Almazán. Five dependents (not children): Luisa (30), Paula (9), Eusebia (8), Juan Francisco (8), Cristóbal (14), and Pedro (nursing).
Capitán Pedro Sedillo, widower with two children: Juan Rico de Rojas Sedillo (20) and Joaquín Rico de Rojas (17) and an Indian woman.
Capitán Alonso del Río, married to doña María González, orphans: Juliana (15) & Nicolasa (12); Indian servant: Jacinta; another dependent Antonia (12) and another servant (13); also in his household is his mother, doña María Madrid, with one daughter, who is a young woman, and a child named Juan del Río (12), female dependent (30), male dependent named Cristóbal (13), Antonio (12), a girl named Magdalena and another child named Andrés (11).
Sargento Mayor Cristóbal Tapia, married to Juana de Valencia, without children, two orphans, María (20), Juana Andrea (7); one servant (21), his mother Elena Ruiz; another orphan named Angela de Tapia, widow with children: Bernardino (20), Antonio (27); his son José (18); an orphan, named Domingo, and another Indian girl (12).
Francisco Jurado, married to doña Lucía Varela de Losada, children: Juan (20), José (18), Francisco (6), Antonio (4), María (12), Isabel (10), Magdalena (8), and seven dependents: Petrona (30), Margarita (18), María (14), Alonso (13), Antonia (12), Nicolás (9), Manuel (5).
Sargento Mayor Sebastián González, married to Josefa Rico de Rojas, children: Francisco Gonzálea (20), Augustín (16), Sebastían González (10), Miguel González (1), Antonia González (15), María González (13), Lucía González (8)and Francisca González (3); four servants: María (30), Juan (9), José (4), Miguel (12).
Capitán Juan del Río, married to Ana de Moraga, children: Diego (25), Francisco (23), José (22), María (24), another María (18), Antonia (15), and female dependent named Diega (9).
Capitán Pedro de Leyba, married to Maria de Nava, children: Diego (6), Juan (3), María (15), Antonia (10), María Magdalena (1); and one female dependents, named María who has three sons named Luis (8), Juan Antonio (5), Cayetano (1); and another servant named Antonio (10). His household includes his niece, Juana single (30) with two children: José (9) and Juana (8).
Pedro Hidalgo, married to Ana Martín Griego, children: Nicolás (17), Alonso (12), Cristóbal (11), Francisco (8), María (7) and Marta (4); and one orphan girl named Bernardina (5). There are also six servants named: María (40), with two children: Antonio (14)& José (12), Gertrudis (9), Bernardino (4), Salvador (9) and Isabel (30)
Capitán Pedro Madrid, married to Guiomar Varela (Jaramillo), children: Domingo Lorenzo (15), Antonio (12), Diego (10), José(8), Juana Madrid (20), and Lucía (6).
Bartolomé Romero de Pedraza, married to Lucía Varela, children: Matías (9), Juana (3), and María (nursing).
Alonso Maese, married to Catalina Montaño, children: Gabriel (20), Antonio (15), Francisco (12), Nicolás (10), Juan (6), Cayetano (3), Diego (5), Josefa (20), María (15) and Ana María (10). He also has in his household two sisters named Luisa (20) and María (18).
Juan Pacheco, married to Antonia de Arratia, children: Juan Antonio (12), Felipe (9), Matías (7).
Manuel Baca, married to María de Salazar, children: Antonio (9), Diego (1), Gregorio Baca (3), María (13), Josefa (7), and Bernardina (5).
Cristóbal Varela, married to Casilda de García, children: Gerónimo (3) and María de la Rosa (nursing); and two orphans: Antonio (13) and Petrona (12).
Antonio Cisneros, single, with mother, a poor widow he supports named Ana Gutiérrez; brother: Francisco (13); sisters: Magdalena (20), Ana María (15), Catalina (12) and Gerónima (17); orphans: Juan (3), María (12) and Agustina (nursing).
Agustín Luján married to María Cisneros, children: Juana (12), María (7), Ana (5), Antonia (3), Francisco (17), Antonio (nursing).
Sebastián González, single, with mother, Polonia Varela (70), Orphan: Inés (13), dependent: Antonia with three children: José (13), Ventura (2), and Estefana (15).
Capitán Francisco López, married to María Moraga, without children; three orphans: Matís (nursing), María (15), and María and Indian without children.
Juan Varela, married to Isabel Rico de Rojas.
Luis Maese, married Josefa Montoya, children: Juan (13), Chritóbal (9), María (17), Francisca (7), Rosa (9) Antonia (3) and two orphans named Francisca (13) and Felipa (9).
Juan Griego, single, bothers: Francisco (17) & Antonio (10); sisters: Juana (20) & María (18); Orphans: Nicolás (1), María (3), Josefa (4).
Juan Antonio, married to María Magdalena, without children, and one brother-in-law, Tomás (15).
Capitán Francisco Lucero de Godoy, married to doña Josefa Sambrano, children: Andrés, Francisco Mateo, Beatriz, Juana Tomasa, María Magdalena, Antonia Gregoria and Francisca Josefa.
Doña Juana de Almazán, widow (of Ignocio Baca) age 28, Children: Alonso (12), Ignacio Baca (11), Juan (10), Luis Baca (4), Gerónima Gace (4), Greforia Baca (8), Antonia Baca (7), María Magdalena (6) and Margarita (2); her niece Magdalena (15); dependents: Antonio (30), Baltasar (6), José (4), Pedro (6), Pascuala (40), Francisca (12), Marcela (30), Antonia (25), Isabel (15) and Margarita (10).
Doña Lucía Jaramillo, widow, with two orphan girls.
Maí Luján, widow (possibly María Martín widow of Antonio Luján), children: Francisco Luján (24) and Luis Luján (17).
Loyal Indians Living in San Lorenzo
Juan de Dios (b. Santa Fé abt. 1646, son of Juan de Dios & Clara Susana), married to Catalina (Gómez) with one daughter aged four.
Agustín Brito, married to Fabiana with daughter Pascuala (14) and an orphan boy (12).
Nicolás, widower with two sons, Blas (13) and Antonio (2).
Francisco Brito, married to María de la Concepción, children: Nicolás, José (4), María (3), Augustín (nursing).
Miguel Morán, married to María de Ortega, childless.
Domingo, married to Angelina, children: Felipe (20), Juliana (18), Francisca (8), Antonio (nursing).
Miguel de la Cruz, married to Juana de Archuleta, with on daughter (nursing) and Ana María, a widow.
Christóbal de Apodaca, widower (of Regina Peralta), children: Cayetana (17) and Juan (Andrés) (6). (Christóbal de Apodaca was a Spanish speaking Native Tewa of New Mexico.)
Bernardina Isabel, widow, children: María (18) & Luisa (16); orphans: Agustín (4) & Antonio (2); and a family member named José (20).
Clara Susana, child: Andrea; orphans: Francisco (12), Diego (10) and Santiago (2).
María Brígida, children: Juan Josée (7), Ana María (5) & Lucas (2); also Melchora (18).
Josefa de Ortega (Indian from Los Humanas Pueblo), children: Lázaro (20), Angelina (6), Magdalena (7) and Diego Antonio (4).
Agüeda Morán, children: Benito (20) and Juan Luis (3); a daughter-in-law, María with children: María (4) and Juan Morán (2).
Josefa de la Cruz, widow, children: Juana (20) and two orphans.
José married to Juana, children: Andrea (20), Francisca (15), Cayetano (4) and María (nursing).
Magdalena de Ogano, widow, children: Juana (20), María (15); orphan: Pascuala (2); and Gertrudis with five-year-old daughter.
New Mexicans Living in Senecú
Capitán José Padilla, alcalde mayor and capitáa a guerra of this pueblo of Senecú, married to María López, children: Felipe (19), Juan Antonio (16), Antonio (14), Diego (12), José (9), Cayetano (7), Joaquín (3), Luis (nursing); orphans José (14), Juan de Dios (9); servants: Diego (30), Antonio (24), Domingo (15), Cristóbal (16), Gabriel (13), Alonso (11), Diego (10), José Antonio (10), Agustín (8), Nicolás (7), Juan (6), Juanillo (30), Marí (35), another María (26) Juana (40), Lucía (40), María (10), Antonia (10), Gertrudis (9), Ana (8), Dorotea (40).
New Mexicans Living in La Ysleta
Capitán Diego de Luna, married to Elvira García, children: Antonio (15), Nicolás (5), Gregoria (24); servants: Juan (40), Juan Antonio (10); and female dependents named Francisca (30), Juana (40), Tomasa (30), María (10), Juana (5) and Josefa (1); Capitán Diego de Luna's mother, María Jaramillo.
Francisco de Apodaca, married to María López de Luna, childless.
Matías Luján, married to Francisca Romero, children: Felipe (11), Juan (6), Pascual (5), Miguel (2), Catalina (18), Antonia (16), María (13), Juana (8) and Manuela (1).
Domingo Martín, married to Josefa de Herrera, children: Diego (22), Matías (16), Miguel (9), Blas (6), Sebastiana(13), María (12), Juana (4) & Bárbara (nursing); his mother-in-law, Juana de los Reyes.
Francisco Romero, married to Juana García, children: José (12), Pablo (10), Matías (1), Teodora (3), Petrona (2).
Lucía García, with two daughters, Antonia (10) & Felipa (12).
Pascual Trujillo, married to Antonia Durán, childless, with his aunt, Ana de Sandoval y Manzanares, his niece Gregoria Trujillo was has a daughter named Pascuala de Soto, and his two cousins, who are sisters, Sebastiana de Sandoval y Manzanares & Antonia de Sandoval y Manzanares who has a daughter named Felipa de Sandoval & a son named (12). He also recognized the three children of Ana de Sandoval who were Feliciano de la Candelaria (16), Francisco (20), and María de la Rosa (14). Pascual Trujillo also claimed an orphan boy he was raising named Santiago (4).
Juan Trujillo, widower, children: Diego (15), Antonio (8), Manuel (6), María (12), and Catalina (11); and one of his sisters, Antonia & Antonia's daughter Catalina (12).
Agustín de Salazar, married to Felipa de Gamboa, children: Antonio (4) & Miguel (2), along with his mother-in-law, Lucía Martín, who has a daughter named Petrona Domíngez (16).
Antonio Durán, single, age twenty-six, also living in the household are his mother Isabel Durán, with three children: Manuel (9), Ana María (14), and Juana (12); and a female servant (25) with a son named Juan Antonio (4). Also living with Antonio is a niece named Francisca who has four children: Pedro (5), Miguel (nursing), María (13) and Lucía (4).
Inés Herrera, children: Carlos (7), Josée (4), Gertrudis (12), & her mother, Lucía de Herrera.
Francisca (Herrera) de Abrego, widow (and second wife of Alonso Martín Barba), with an Indian woman named Juana Martín with three children: Antonio (20), Juan de Dios (9) and Ana María (18) as well an an orphan girl named Juana de Ojeda (8).
Diego Trujillo, married to Catarina Griego, childless.
Ana de Abrego, with two grandsons, Antonio (11) and Nicolás (8).
Doña Ana Moreno de Lara (Trujillo), married to Cristóbal Baca, who was absent for the past five years. She lives with daughters: Juana (18) & Lucía (17), and stated that she had two sons who were absent named Francisco, who is married and lives at the Cosihiriáchic mines, and the other Felipe Baca, married and living at Parral. She has two orphans: Felipe (5) and Elena (12) as well as a granddaughter, Josefa (5).
Ana María Montoya, widow (of Pedro Hildalgo) with children: Mateo (13) and Antonia (15); Orphans: Martina (20), Juana (18), Francisca (13), Felipa (7) and Rosa (11).
New Mexicans Living In the Pueblo of Socorro, Near El Paso
Capitán Juan de Valencia, married to Juana Madrid, children: Antonio Elías (18), Miguel (12), Antonio (8), José (1), María (21) and María Rosa(7); with thirty-two servants: Juan (50) married to Isabel with children: María Magdalena (12), Baltasar (4), Felipa (8) and Catalina (4; Juan Girón (40) married to Francisca with children: Mateo (15), Rosa (7), Luis (2); Luis married to Pascuala with a son named Juan Antonio (2); Antonio married to Juana with children: Miguel (11) & Antonia (9); Juan Tovar married to Lucía, children: Lucía (3) & Magdalena (1); Domingo (30) married to Magdalena; Bernardo (20) married to Marcute;a; Pedro (20) married to Juana; Teresa (36) with a daughter, Pascuala (18); Juana (16); and Antonia (15).
Alonso Rodríguez, married to Juana de Valencia, children: Carlos (20), Antonio (4), Felipa (2), Micaela (7) & Juana (4); and his wife's aunt, Sebastiana (30).
Cristóbal Trujillo, married to María de Manzanares, children: Melchor (13) & Micaela (12); and an orphan named Lorenzo (2).
Juana de Argüello, widow (of Pedro Martín Serrano) with children: Antonio (18), Francisco (12), Miguel (5), Micaela (14) & Josefa (12).
María Martín, married to Antonio Bajarano, absent, children: Simón (12) María (8), Micaela (1) & Josefa (3).
María López (de Ocanto) married to Salvador Romero, who is absent, with children: Diego (8) & José (6).
Juana de Leyba, children: Antonio (25), Felipe (20) & Diego (15), who are absent, Sixto (8), María (15), Micaela (12) and Magdalena (9).
Juan de la Paz, married to Pascuala de Archuleta, children: Tomás (12), Antonia (13), Juana (8), & Estefana (2). Also Juan's mother-in-law Ana de la Cruz.
Tomás de la Cruz, married to María Gómez, children: Anastasia (16), María Magdalena (15), Sebastiana (9), Francisca (5) Isabel (4) & Manuel (1). Included in the household are his Juan's brother Bartolo, single (40) and Juan's nephew, José (15).
Matías Francisco, married to María Gómez, with a child named Pedro (8).
Juan de Archuleta, married to María de la Cruz, children: Nicolás (10), Catalina (8), Catalina (8), Nicolás (5), María (4), and Antonio (1). Included in the household was Juan's sister Juana (30) and her children: Diego (8), Francisca (13), Micaela (7) & Rosa (2).
Tomás, married to Ursula Gómez, children: Marcos (12), Antonio (8), Mateo (8) & Simón (nursing).
Sebastiana, widow with children: Felipe (20), Francisco (8), José (2), Feliciana (nursing).
Antonio, married to Magdalena, with a son named Isidro (12).
María de Tapia, children: Alejo (15), Lucía (13), María (12) & Juana (10).
There are in the five pueblos of El Paso and Socorro, 112 households, with 73 married couples; 115 widows, widowers & Single people; 448 boys and girls; and 250 dependents. There also were living 250 domestics (servants) of all ages living in these households.
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New Mexican Colonists ~ 1697--->