Anthony McCoy born April 6 1959 in Cuba New Mexico to Raynel McCoy and Isel Lopez . And a descendant of Juan de Atencio and his brother Juan Lorenzo Atencio grantees of the San Joaquin del Nacimiento del Río Puerco land Grant of 1769. I am also a descendant of Ignacio Roybal y Torrado who arrived as a citizen soldier under don Diego de Vargas during the Reconquista of la Nuevo México In 1692. Also a descendant of Hernán Martin Serrano who arrived in New Mexico with the Oñate Expedition of 1598. I also have ties to the McCoy and Hatfield family of Kentucky.
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