Alonso Baca (1589 - 1662)
Ciudad de México, Nueva España
1621 in Bernalilllo, Reyno (de) Nuevo Mexico
Santa Cruz, Provincia de Nuevo México
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1634: "As a young captain he led a small exploratory expedition three hundred leagues into the eastern plains"
"He was one of fourteen conspirators ordered executed by Governor Pacheco in 1643 (where his brother Antonio died), but all these fourteen escaped death"
"He was still living at his place in the Rio Abajo district as late as 1662. Nothing else is known of him, not even his wife’s name. Cristobal Baca ... was apparently a son.”
The Baca family lived among the Pueblo Indians.
↑ Chavez, Angelico, and Angelico Chavez. 1992. Origins of New Mexico families: a genealogy of the Spanish colonial period. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press.
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