by Moises Garza

October 7, 2021

Jose Jacinto Peña and Ana Maria Guajardo Seven Generations of Descendants
Last Names of Nuevo Leon

This book contains seven generations of the descendants of Jose Jacinto Peña and Ana Maria Guajardo. Ana Maria Guajardo was listed as a widow among the nineteen founding families of Mier, present-day Ciudad Mier, Tamaulipas. Her descendants and Jacinto’s can be found all over Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas, Texas, and beyond. This book contains genealogical information from the early 1700’s through the late early 1900’s.

Information about Jose Jacinto Peña is lacking and I have yet to discover who his parents are. It is unknow when he was born but we can assume that he was born in the late 1690s. We do know that he was killed by Indians prior to September 7, 1734 in Tamaulipas in a Cerro named Ventana de Conde. He was buried in Linares, Nuevo Leon on September 7, 1734. His death record states that he was a presidial soldier of San Gregorio Zerralvo, which is nowadays Cerralvo, Nuevo Leon.

To date we still have to find a marriage record for Jacinto and Ana Maria. My assumption is that they got married in Cerralvo before 1728 but those records are lost.

Ana Maria Guajardo was born May 24, 1698 and was baptized on June 1, 1698 in the parochial church of Monterrey. She is the daughter of Joseph Martinez Guajardo and Margarita Gutierrez. Ana first came to Camargo and is listed in the 1750 census and three years later in 1753 she is listed as a widow among the founding families of Mier. Her daughter Maria Margarita de la Peña along with her husband Jose Florencio Chapa is also listed among the settling families of Mier. Ana Maria died before January 22, 1769 and was buried January 22, 1769 in Mier.

This book has three sections. On the first section you will find seven generations of descendants for Jose Jacinto Peña and Ana Maria Guajardo. The second section contains some notes on research for Jose Jacinto. The third and final section contains four generations of ancestors for Ana Maria Guajardo.

Keep in mind, this book as all my others are only tools to help you build your tree. Once you discover a death date, baptism date, and or marriage date get a copy of the original. It is very rewarding to do so and you will learn more details about your ancestors.

Also this book does not include every descendant of theirs since that is impossible, it only includes the ones that I have identified through documents, reliable published, and unpublished works.

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This 543-page book contains seven generations of the descendants of Jose Jacinto Peña and Ana Maria Guajardo. Ana Maria Guajardo was listed as a widow among the nineteen founding families of Mier, present-day Ciudad Mier, Tamaulipas. Her descendants and Jacinto’s can be found all over Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas, Texas, and beyond. This book contains genealogical information from the early 1700’s through the late early 1900’s.

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Table of Contents

Here is the table of contents so that you can see what is included in the book.

Introduction i

Jose Jacinto Peña and Ana Maria Guajardo Seven Generations of Descendants Pg. 1

Ancestors of Jose Jacinto Peña: Research Note Pg. 461

Ancestors of Ana Maria Guajardo Pg. 465

Index of Individuals Pg. 483

Note: each section has its sources listed at the end of it.

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About the author 

Moises Garza

I have doing my family genealogy since 1998. I am also the creator of this blog We Are Cousins, and the Mexican Genealogy blog. To always be up to date with both of these sites follow me on Facebook. To contact me or book me for a presentation, buy my books, and or learn more about me visit my personal website at www.moisesgarza.com.

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