Dos Familias en la Conformacion Historica del Noreste Novo Hispano, Siglos XVII-XIX by Francisco Javier Rodriguez Gutierrez describes the strategies that some Northern Mexico families utilized to acquire, conserve, and consolidate their power and presence in the area from the beginning of the 17th century.
The following is the baptism record of my wife’s 6th great grandmother Josepha Antonia Cantu de la Garza. Her parents are listed as being Joseph Cantu and Gertrudis de la Garza.
The following is the 1695 marriage of my 7th great grandparents Nicolas de Ayala and Antonia de la Garza Montemayor. They got married in Monterrey Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The following document indicates that the parents of Nicolas where Joseph de Ayala and Ana de Benavides and at the time of the marriage both were deceased by […]
This is the 1690 Marriage record for my 9th great grandparents Diego Gonzalez Ochoa and Maria Anastacia de Trevino Ayala. They got married in what is present day Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Through other sources we have come to know that the parents of Diego where Diego Gonzalez de Esquivel and Maria Petra Ochoa de Ruelas […]
The following is the 1728 Death record of my 9th great grandfather Diego Gonzalez. This document indicates that his wife is Ana Caballero. I am a descendant of Diego and his first wife Maria Anastacia de Trevino whom died 18 Mar 1707. From other sources Diego’s parents are Diego Gonzalez de Esquivel and Maria Petra Ochoa de Ruelas.
The following is the October 17, 1734 marriage of my 6th great grandparents Nicolas Marroquin and Maria Josepha de Alanis, they got married in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The following documented indicates that Nicolas was the son of Nicolas Marroquin and Francisca Montemayor. It also indicates that the parents of Josepha are Lorenzo de Alanis and Fabiana Rodriguez. […]
The following is the 1694 death record of my 11th great grandfather Joseph de Ayala. He was buried in El Convento de San Francisco. This document indicates that his son Nicolas de Ayala was his executor. Through other sources we have found out that his wife was Ana de Benavides and that he was the son of Joseph […]
The following is the transcription to the 1734 marriage of my wife’s sixth great grandparents Joseph Gonzalez Hidalgo and Maria Rita Guerra. They married in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. They were the parents of my wife’s 5th great grandmother Maria Ynes Gonzalez. The great thing about this document is that it lists both of their parents. The […]
Yesterday I received the following email concerning the Marriages for Monterrey Mexico. It is very interesting and in my opinion very informative. Let me know in the comments what you think about it. It has been alleged that Monterrey, Nuevo Leon was founded partly by a population of conversos and crypto-Jews. Many believe that descendants […]
The following is the 1805 Baptism record for my wife’s 3rd great grandfather Jose Tomas Perez. His parents are listed as Joseph Ygnacio Perez and Maria Guadalupe Garcia. He was nine days old at the time of baptism. His Godparents are listed as Ygenio Gonzalez and Maria Josefa Vaies. I have yet to discover whom his grandparents might have had been. You […]