1767 Baptism of Anselmo Perez in Santiago, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

This is the May 1, 1767 Baptism of my 4th great grandfather Anselmo Perez in Santiago, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.

This record indicates that the parents of Jose Anselmo are Gregorio Peres and Maria Theodora Marroquin. It is interesting to note that he is labeled as being a coyote. According to wikipidia a coyote has African, Spanish, and Indian.

Joseph Anselmo grows up to marry Maria Rita Rodriguez for whom I have not been able to identify parents for.

Transcription of Above Image

Je. Anselmo

En la Parroql. de esta Valle de Santiago del Guaxco. en el primero Dia del mes de Mayo de mil setecientos sesenta y siete ans. Baptise y puse los santos oleos y Crisma a Jph. Anselmo de ocho dias nasido collote hijo lexitimo de Gregorio Peres y de Maria Theodora Marroqn. y fueron sus padrinos Ramon Rendon y Anastacia Ynoxosa aquienes adverti su conasion y obligacion y para qe. conste lo firme =

Br. Juan Josph Amaro de Arispe

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If  Jose Anslemo Perez is also one of your ancestors please let me know how you are related to him in the comments of this blog post.

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2 thoughts on “1767 Baptism of Anselmo Perez in Santiago, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

  1. David Coronado

    In 1908 and 1932, immigration papers show my great grandmother traveling with Trinidad Perez Sanchez, possibly a nephew or a son. She was unmarried but it may be this boy’s father, Trinidad Perez Sánchez from Monterrey, Nuevo León, who is my great grandfather.
    Could he be linked to this “Jose Perez”?

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