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Cristóbal Martín Serrano (1655 - 1736)

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Cristóbal Martín Serrano
Born in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, El Reyno de Nuevo México, Nueva Españamap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, El Reyno de Nuevo México, Nueva Españamap
Profile last modified 9 May 2019 | Created 10 Sep 2011
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Contents

Biography

Birth

Cristóbal was born in 1655.[1]
Text: Page 224: Cristobal Martin Serrano returned in 1693 with his wife, Antonia Moraga. Page 372: Luis Martin Serrano, husband of Antonia de Miranda, ..., Some children by this wife were Antonio, Hernando, Francisco, CRISTOBAL, and Maria, who were suing the children by a second wife in 1711 at Santa Cruz, (Gen., 1711, no. 6[2]
Text: October 21, 1720, Canada. Simon Francisco Martin, ..., son of XPTOBAL MARTIN AND ANTONIA DE MORAGA, NATIVES OF THIS REALM AND RESIDENT OF CHIMAYO.

Record and list of payments made to settlers

September 30, 1681 (Age 26 years), El Paso del Norte, Nuevo México, Nueva España.[3]
Text: On the said day there enlisted as a settler Cristobal Martin Serrano, married, who has a distinguishing marks a good stature, is slender, with black eyes, thick black hair and beard, and is twenty-six years of age. He received the assistance in goods, like the rest, and did not sign because of not knowing how. His lordship signed it before me, the secretary. Antonio De Otermin (rubric). Before me, Francisco Xavier, secretary of government and war (rubric).

Description

September 30, 1681 (Age 26 years)[3]
Text: On the said day there enlisted as a settler Cristobal Martin Serrano, married, who has a distinguishing marks a good stature, is slender, with black eyes, thick black hair and beard, and is twenty-six years of age, (b.ca. 1655).
Note: Cristobal was listed immediately after his brother, Luis.

Auto for the distribution of carbines

November 4, 1681 (Age 26 years), El Paso del Norte, Nuevo México, Nueva España.[3]
Text: 75.) On the said day Cristobal Martin Serrano took another carbine. He did not sign because of not knowing how, and I, the said secretary, signed it. Francisco Xavier, secretary of government and war (rubric)

Auto for passing muster

November 7, 1681 (Age 26 years), El Ancon de Fray Garcia, Nuevo México, Nueva España.[3]
Text: Recruit. Cristobal Martin Serrano passed muster with three colts and a sword and a dagger, without anything else. U003

Census

Antonia Moraga, between 1692 and 1693 (Age 37 years), El Paso del Norte, Nuevo México, Nueva España.[4]
Text: Cristobal Martin, married to Antonia Moraga, with six children, four boys: Cristobal Martin, fourteen; Simon, eight; Miguel, five; Diego, four; Josefa, twelve; and Juana, two. He states that he is quite ready to enter this kingdom to settle with his family whenever he is so ordered and commanded.

Petition

Blind and unable to work, 1696 (Age 41 years), Santa Fé, Nuevo México, Nueva España.[5]
Text: In a petition dated December 1696, Antonia de Moraga mentioned that her husband, Cristobal Martin, was incapacitated due to his being blind and he was unable to support his family; Spanish Archives of New Mexico (SANM), Series I, 491.

Petition

Residence: 1697 (Age 42 years), Santa Fé, Nuevo México, Nueva España.[6]
Text: In a petition made in Santa Fé in 1697, Antonia de Moraga asked Governor Vargas for a grant of land that belonged to her father, Juan de Moraga, and was originally granted to her grandfather, Diego de Moraga; SANM I, 491.
Note: This family resided in the Villa de Santa Fé until the family moved to the area of Chimayo where Antonia de Moraga was granted title to land that previously belonged to her father before the 1680 Pueblo Indian uprising.

Census

1707 (Age 52 years), Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo México, Nueva España.[7]
Text: Cristobal Martin [Serrano] md. Antonia [Moraga] has 9 persons.

Death

November 28, 1736 (Age 81 years) Age: 70, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo México, Nueva España.[1]
Text: Cristóbal died at Santa Cruz at the age of seventy, November 28, 1736.[8]

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Origins of NM Families - Fray Angelico Chavez Citation details: Page 224, 372
  2. New Mexico Genealogist - The Journal of the NMGS - Volume 49 - 2010 Citation details: Volume #49, Issue #3, Sept 2010, Page 150
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Revolt of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico 1680-1682 - Hachett; Citation details: Volume IX, Pages 120, 188, 192
  4. To The Royal Crown Restored - Kessell, Hendricks & Dodge; Citation details: P. 42, 20th household
  5. Descendants of Hernan (I) Martin Serrano in New Mexico: An Authorative Account of Five Generations Revised November 2013 - Esquibel Citation details: Page 28, Endnote #36
  6. Descendants of Hernan (I) Martin Serrano in New Mexico: An Authorative Account of Five Generations Revised November 2013 - Esquibel Citation details: Page 28, Endnote #37
  7. El Farolito Quarterly Journal; Citation details: Volume #14, Issue #1, Spring 2011, Page 37, Household #69
  8. Santa Cruz De La Cañada Burials, Extracted by Henrieta M. Christmas: Frame 95, 1st entry: 28 Nov 1736, Christoval Martin, 70 years old more or less, buried in this church.
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Acknowledgements

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  • WikiTree profile Martin Serrano-26 created through the import of jefflorrie(1).ged on Sep 10, 2011 by Jeff Johnson. See the Serrano-26 Changes page for the details of edits by Jeff and others.
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