1865 Church Marriage of Jose Encarnacion Perez Ayala and Maria Dorotea Lozano Bosquez in General Teran, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

The following is the image and transcription of the marriage that took place in Nuestra Señora de la Soledad church in General Teran Nuevo leon Mexico back in February 25, 1865 between Jose Encarnacion Perez Ayala and Maria Dorotea Lozano Bosquez. He was 18 years old and she was 15. Even though the image does not indicate it, Jose Encarnacion was the son of Jose Tomas Perez Garcia and Maria Francisca Ayala and Maria Dorotea was the daughter of Jose Justo Lozano and Maria Gertrudis Bosquez. The image indicates that the witnesses to the marriage were Jesus Elizondo and Francisco Sanchez. Jose Encarnacion and Maria Dorotea are my wife’s great-great-grandparents through her paternal side of the family.

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Source: FamilySearch > Mexico, Catholic Church Records > Nuevo León > General Terán > Nuestra Señora de la Soledad > Matrimonios 1855-1882

Transcription from Above Image

Encarnacion Perez con Ma. (Maria) Dorotea Lozano

En la Parroquia de la Villa de Gral (General) Teran, en 25. de Fbro. (Febrero) de 1865 Conducidas las diligencias matrimol. (matrimoniales) y leidas las moniciones en tres dias Festivos continuos que lo fueron segun dispocision conciliar el 2. 5. y 12. del corriente mes y ano, y no habinedoles resultado canonico impedimiento: Yo el Presbo. (Presbito o Presbitero) Cristobal Cavazoz Cura propio de esta Parroqa. (Parroquia) Case y vele infacie Ecce. (Ecclesiae) a Encarnacion Perez de 18 as. (anos) de edad soltero con Maria Dorotea Lozano de quince anos de edad, Fueron Testigos del matrimonio Jesus Elizondo y Franco. (Francisco) Sanchez, lo que para consta. (constancia) firme.

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Sources: FamilySearch

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