Joseph de Ayala, 1694 Death in Monterrey, Nuevo, Leon Mexico

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 de Tremino and Leonor de Ayala. He obviously got his last name from his mother. If you are a descendant of them let me know in the comments.

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Joseph de Ayala Espanol

En diez de Abril de mil seiscientos y nobenta y quatro Anos murio Joseph de Ayala se mando enterrar en El convento de San Franco. hizo testamto. anto D. Diego de Miranda Llanos ecrivano Rl fue su albacea Nicolas de Ayala su hijo mando dean dos nobenarios de missas cantadas el uno en la Parrochia y el otro en en campto. de San Franco. con missa y Vigilia cantada de cuerpo presente = Dexo a la casa Santa de Jerusalem quatro pesos y alas de mas mandas, por, cosas a quatro Rs. para que conste lo firme et supra –

Br Lorenzo Perez de Leon

Source: FamilySearch

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  • Levi

    I descend from his daughter Juana Francisca

    • That is awesome we are cousins, distant but cousins. Let me know if you want to trade descendant reports. I would love to add her descendants to my database.

  • Levi

    I only have the my direct line to her, will that be helpful?

    • That will be great, I only have my direct lines too. I am barely branching out to include the extended family. Tonight ill email mine to you.

  • Levi

    sounds good

  • cecilia

    well, we are cousins too! i hope you speak spanish because my english isn’t good.
    I descend from Joseph de Ayala I’m loocking for his baptism or some paper saying who are his parents, Do you have any information?

    • Cecilia, I do speak and understand Spanish. At this moment I am switching computers once i get my family tree up and running I will let you know what citation I used.