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Francisco Martín Serrano (abt. 1672)

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Francisco Martín Serrano
Born about in Santa Fé, Nuevo México, Nueva Españamap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married about 1692 [location unknown]
Husband of — married 26 Oct 1694 in Santa Fé, New Mexico Territorymap
Descendants descendants
Died [date unknown] in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Nuevo México, Nueva Españamap
Profile last modified 25 Aug 2019 | Created 10 Sep 2011
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Contents

Biography

Birth

Francisco was born about 1668.[1]
Text:
Francisco Martin's age was given as twenty (b.ca. 1672), in the December 1692 when his father, Luis Martin, registered the commitment of his family to re-settle the Villa de Santa Fe; Kessell, Hendricks, and Dodge, To the Royal Crown Restored. pg. 41; Francisco Martin and Juana Garcia were identified as natives of New Mexico when their daughter, Maria Martin, born circa 1712, sought in 1726 to marry Luis Carrillo. Chavez, "New Mexico Roots, Ltd., An Addendum, Part I," New Mexico Genealogist. 49:1 March 2010, pg 8.

Parents

He is the son of Luís Martín Serrano II and María Antonia de Miranda.

Marriage

Juana Laurera, between 1692 and July 1693 (Age 20 years).[1]
Text:
Francisco Martin was single and living in the household of his father and step-mother in Dec. 1692, and thus he married Juana Laurela sometime after this and before his marriage to Juana Garcia in Oct. 1694; "New Mexico Roots, Ltd.," DM 1694, October 5, no. 8, Santa Fe.
Note: "New Mexico Roots, Ltd.," DM 1694, October 5, no. 8, Santa Fe, states that Juana Laurela was buried a year and 3 months ago ate El Paso del Norte. We can deduce that Francisco Martin and Juana Laurera were married before July of 1693.

Census

December 1692 (Age 20 years) Age: 20, El Paso del Norte, Nuevo México, Nueva España.[2]
Text:
Twelfth household, three sons, five daughters
Capt. Luis Martin, married to Melchora de los Reyes, with three sons and likewise, daughters named Francisco Martin, twenty; Manuel, nine; Sebastian, six; Sebastiana, twenty; Catalina, fifteen; Maria de la Rosa, twelve; Catalina, nine; and Polonia, three. He says that, as a loyal vassal of his majesty, he is ready to enter immediately, as soon as I, the governor and captain general, enter to settle this kingdom.

Prenuptial Investigation

Juana Garcia de los Rios, Diligencias Matrimoniales, October 5, 1694 (Age 22 years), Santa Fé, Nuevo México, Nueva España.[3]
Text:
1694, Oct. 5 (no. 8), Santa Fe. Francisco Martin, widowed of Juana Laurela who was buried a yr. and 3 mos. ago at El Paso del Norte, son of Capt. Luis Martin and Antonia de Miranda, deceased, and JUANA GARCIA, d. of Francisco Garcia and Maria Montoya. - Witnesses, all natives of Santa Fe: Juan Luis (70), Diego Duran (25), Juan de Dios (42), Juan Lucero de Godoy (70).
PAIR MARRIED, OCT. 26, 1694, With Witnesses Sebastian Martin and Maria Lujan.

Marriage

Juana Garcia de los Rios, October 26, 1694 (Age 22 years), Santa Fé, Nuevo México, Nueva España.[4]
Text:
1694, Oct. 5 (no. 8), Santa Fe. Francisco Martin, widowed of Juana Laurela who was buried a yr. and 3 mos. ago at El Paso del Norte, son of Capt. Luis Martin and Antonia de Miranda, deceased, and Juana Garcia, d. of Francisco Garcia and Maria Montoya. - Witnesses, all natives of Santa Fe: Juan Luis (70), Diego Duran (25), Juan de Dios (42), Juan Lucero de Godoy (70).
PAIR MARRIED, OCT. 26, 1694, With Witnesses Sebastian Martin and Maria Lujan.

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Descendants of Hernan (I) Martin Serrano in New Mexico: An Authorative Account of Five Generations Revised November 2013, 2019 - Esquibel; Citation details: Page 28, Endnotes #40 & 41
  2. To The Royal Crown Restored - Kessell, Hendricks & Dodge; Citation details: Page 41, Household #12
  3. New Mexico Roots, Ltd.: A Demographic perspective from genealogical, historical, and geographical data found in the Diligencias Matrimoniales or Prenuptial Investigations (1678-1869) - Chavez; Citation details: p.1093 vol 6
  4. New Mexico Roots, Ltd.: A Demographic perspective from genealogical, historical, and geographical data found in the Diligencias Matrimoniales or Prenuptial Investigations (1678-1869) - Chavez; Citation details: Volume VI, Page 1093
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Acknowledgments

  • WikiTree profile Martin Serrano-22 created through the import of jefflorrie(1).ged on Sep 10, 2011 by Jeff Johnson. See the Serrano-22 Changes page for the details of edits by Jeff and others.
  • Source: S-2087525741 Repository: #R-2142232775 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. Note: This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Page: Ancestry Family Trees Note: Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=27418815&pid=1805
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