by Moises Garza

February 25, 2020

1694 Death Record of Juana de la Garza
Last Names of Nuevo Leon

This is the death record of Juana de la Garza who died January 7, 1694 in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Juana is my 9th great grandmother.

Her death record indicates that she was married to Francisco Botello. He was the son of Pedro Botello Morales and Ana Maria Avila.

Her parents are Marcos Alonso de la Garza and Catarina Martinez Guajardo.

Transcription of 1694 Death Record of Juana de la Garza

Jua. dela
Garza españo

En Veinte y siete de henero de mil Seiscinetos y nobeta
y quatro años murio Juana dela Garza muger de Franco.
Botello Recivio Los Santos Sacramentos dela Eucharis-
tia y Extremauncion Se Enterro en la Parrochial de
Sta Ciudad y para que conste lo firme et -

Ba Lorenso Perez de

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If she is also one of your ancestors please let me know how you are related to her in the comments of this blog post.


  1. Crispin D. Rendon, Crispin D. Rendon - Antepasados de Sandra Dominga Trevino (3430 Bahia Place, CA 92507, Self-Published, March 6, 2015), Pg. 45.
  2. Guillermo Garmendia Leal, Fundadores de Nueva Galicia: Guadalajara Tomo I (Monterrey, Nuevo, Leon, Mexico, Self-Published, 1996), Pg. 150.
  3. Guillermo Garmendia Leal, Fundadores de Nueva Galicia: Guadalajara Tomo I (Monterrey, Nuevo, Leon, Mexico, Self-Published, 1996), Pg. 150.
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  1. I will have to do more research and go further back. My fourth great grandfather was Diego de la Garza. His daughter, Maria de Jesus, married Juan Jose Elguezabal and she died and was buried in Saltillo. Her granddaughter also married a de la Garza, but I haven’t followed that branch.

  2. I have Juana De La Garza and Francisco Botello in my tree. Juana shows up as the mother-in-law of 8th great-aunt of husband. Thank you for sharing!

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