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Joseph Manuel Ayala and Josepha Antonia Cantu, 1732 Marriage In Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

The following is the 1732 marriage record for my wife’s 6th great grandparents Joseph Manuel Ayala and Josepha Antonia Cantu. They married in Monterrey Nuevo, Leon Mexico. The following document indicates that Manuel’s parents were Nicolas de Ayala and Antonia de la Garza. Josepha’s parents are listed as Joseph Cantu and Gertrudis de la Garza. The document also indicates that they had received a dispensation for being related in the 3rd degree. I have yet to search for their marriage dispensation. Continue reading

Juan Bautista Chapa, 1695 Church Death Record, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

The following is the transcript for the 1695 Death Record for my 9th great grandfather Juan Bautista Chapa. He was buried in the Cathedral of Monterrey. He was also the husband of  Beatrice Trevino de Olivares. If you would like to read a short Biography about him please check the following article by Dr. Lino Garcia, Jr. Juan Bautista Chapa, A Notable Explorer published in the Rio Grande Guardian on January 27, 2013. It was through this great article that I was able to find this document.

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Ju. Bapta. Chapa Espanol. –

En Veinte de Abril de mil seicientos y nobenta y cinco as. murio Juan Baptista Chapa aviendo Recivido Los Santos Sacramtos. Y se enterro enta Parrochial deta Ciud. con Vigilia y misa de Cuerpo Preste. y para que constelo firme – ut Supra

Br Lorenso Perez de Leon

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Nicolas de Ayala, 1741 Church Death Record, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Mexico

The following is the 1741 church death record for my wife’s 7th great grandfather Nicolas de Ayala. The following document also indicates that his wife was Antonia de la Garza. The document also indicates that he left a will which I have yet to find. Also he names his sons Joseph Baptista and Caietano de Ayala as his executors. It is interesting to note that Nicolas is my 10th great grand uncle since he was the brother of Catalina de Ayala my 10th great grandmother and yes their parents are our common ancestors.

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Dn Nicolas de Ayala esp.l

En veinte y sinco de Abril de setecientos quarenta y un anos seledio sepultura en el tercero Cuerpo de esta Yglesia con Cruz alta a Dn Nicolas de Ayala viudo de Da Antonia de la Garza vecinos que fueron de esta Ciudad sele administraron los Stos. Sacramtos. seledixo y vigilia como lo pidio en su memoria testamentaria que hizo ante el Alcalde Ordinario de Primer Voto Dr Franco Sanchez de Robles enlaque dexo a las mandas forzosas a do reales y por Albezeas a Dn Jun Baptista y Caietano de Ayala sus hijos y porque conste lo firme =

Br Juan Baez Trevino

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Ines de la Garza, 1690 Church Death Record, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

The following is the 1690 Church death record of my 8th great grandmother Ines de la Garza. She was the widow of Diego Rodriguez de Montemayor and was burried in the Parroquia in Monterrey, Nuevo leon, Mexico.

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 Ines de la Garza, FamilySearch, Monterrey, Church Death Record, Pg. 39See Original

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Ynes de la Garza espanola

En doze de Marzo de mil y siscientos y noventa Anos murio Ynes de la Garza viuda del Cappan. Diego Rodrigues, Confesso y resivio Los stos. sacramtos. de la Eucharistia y estrema uncion, se enterro en la Parrochial de esta ciudad con vigilia y missa de cuerpo presente y paraque conste lo firme.

F. Joseph Guaxardo

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Diego Rodriguez de Montemayor, 1676 Church Death Record, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

The following is the 1676 Church Death Record, transcription, and English translation for my 8th great grandfather Diego Rodriguez de Montemayor. He was married to Ines de la Garza. This document indicates that he was buried in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It also indicates that his father was Miguel de Montemayor. His son Francisco my 7th great grandfather is also listed as an “albecea” wich means as one of the executors of his will. I have yet to find his will. He is also the great grandson of Diego de Montemayor.

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Diego Rodrigues de Mte.maior espanol

En tres de Mayo de mil y seiscientos y setenta y seis anos, murio el Capan. Diego Rodriguez de Montemaior espanol, fu Sassado Con Ynes de la Garza, Confesso y resivio Los Stos. Sacramentos de la Eucharistia y extremauncion; testo ante el Capan. Gregorio Fernandez Alcalde ordinario de esta Ciudad y mando enterrar en la Parrochial desta esta ciudad con missa de cuerpo presente y un novenario de missas cantadas = veinte missas rezadas, en el Convento de esta ciudad por el alma de los naturales, que an muerto en su convielo, Diez missas resadas porel alma de Miguel de Mte.maior supadre, y a dos Reales a las madres forsosas = fueron sus albaceas Franco. Rodriguez y Diego Rodriguez. y para que Conste Lo firme. =

F. Joseph Guaxardo

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Spanish Mte.maior Diego Rodrigues

On May 3 of one thousand and six hundred and seventy-six years, died Capan. Diego Rodriguez de Montemaior Spanish, whom was married With Ynes de la Garza, He confessed and received the Holy Sacraments of the eucharist and Extreme Unction; made a will before the Captain. Gregorio Fernandez ordinary Mayor of this city and commanded to be buried in the Parrochial of this city with mass with present body and ninety sung masses = twenty prayed masses, in the Convent of this city for the souls of the natives, who died in his convielo, Ten prayed Masses for the soul of Miguel de Mte.maior his father , and two Reales to the mothers forsosas = his executors were Franco. Rodriguez and Diego Rodriguez. and to make it known I sign. =

F. Joseph Guaxardo

I know that the above translation has errors but I did the best I could. Also there ae some words that I have no idea what they mean so I just left them alone.

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Justo Lozano Ramirez and Maria Gertrudis Bosques Flores, 1839 Marriage in Catedral, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

The following is the 1839 marriage of my wife’s 3rd great grandparents Justo Lozano Ramirez and Maria Gertrudis Bosques Flores. His parents are listed as Pedro Lozano and Maria Rita Ramirez, also listed as deceased. The parents or Gertrudis are Miguel Bosques and Maria Vidala Flores.

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No. 32 Justo Lozano, con Ma. Gertrudis Bosques., Casta

En el Sagrario de esta Santa Yglesia Catedral de Monterey a 14 de Junio de 1839, mi vicario el presbo. Dn. Franco. Garza Ayala caso y velo infaccie eclecie a Jose Justo Lozano origo. y vecino de esta ciudad hijo Legitimo de Pedro Lozano y de Maria Rita Ramirez difuntos, con Maria Gertrudis Bosques del mismo origen y vecindad hija Legitima de Miguel Bosques y de Maria Vidala Flores, fueron testigos de su matrimonio Tomas Nunez y Santiago Flores y pa. constancia lo firme.

Juan Jose Garcia

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