Agustín Maria de Salazar (c.1665 - c.1740) MP

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Birthplace: Zuni Pueblo, New México
Death: Died in Santa Cruz de La Canada, New Mexico
Occupation: interpreter, "proficient in his mother's tongue"
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About Agustín Maria de Salazar

Born: 1665, Zuni Pueblo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España

Died: 7 Feb 1740, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España at age 75

He appeared on the Diego de Vargas El Paso Area Muster census from Dec 1692 to Jan 1693 in Pueblo la Ysleta del Sur, Nuevo Méjico. Nueva España.

Nineth household, two sons, his mother-in-law, one of her daughters

Agustín de Salazar, married to Felipa de Gamboa, with two sons named Antonio, four and Miguel, two. Likewise, living in this house were his mother-in-law, named Lucía Martín, with one daughter, a young woman named Petrona Domínguez, sixteen. He states that being given a way to settle that kingdom, he will go with his family

  1. RESIDENCE: Santa Cruz de la Cañada 1723
  2. RESIDENCE: Santa Cruz de la Cañada 1721
  3. BIRTH: 1665, Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico
  4. DEATH: 17 FEB 1740, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, New Mexico
  5. EVENT: member '93 Vargas: 4 OCT 1693
  6. EVENT: as an interpreter, "proficient in his mother's tongue"

Even though he was blind, he used his languge ability to warn of the impending Indian resistance that developed when Vargas was waiting for the Tanos to vacate Santa Fe. He had overheard the Indians talking about how they would defeat Vargas and informed Miguel Lujan who relayed the information to Vargas at 4 A.M. The fact that he was in Santa Fe in Dec of 1693 proves that he and his family made the trip north with the first reconquest settler party. The phrase, 'his mother's tongue," seems to negate Fray Angelico's suggestion that he might have been Apache and supports the fact that his mother, Maria de Hinojos, was indeed pueblo (Zuni) .

http://www.hgrc-nm.org/surnames/GNMPD.html/d0133/g0013353.html#I1238

Father: Bartolome de SALAZAR Mother: Maria de HINOJOS

Family 1 : Felipa Teresa de Gamboa Marriage: ABT 1687

  1. Antonio de Salazar
  2. Miguel Salazar
  3. Lugarda Salazar
  4. Juana Salazar
  5. Pedro Salazar
  6. Pascuala Salazar
  7. Nicolas Salazar
  8. Catarina Salazar
  9. Manuel Salazar
  10. Josefa Salazar

http://www.hgrc-nm.org/surnames/GNMPD.html/d0133/g0013353.html#I1238

-------------------- Augustin María de Salazar Born: 1665, Zuni Pueblo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España Marriage: Felipa Teresa de Gamboa Died: 7 Feb 1740, Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España at age 75

His name appeared on the Diego de Vargas El Paso Area Muster census from Dec 1692 to Jan 1693 in Pueblo la Ysleta del Sur, Nuevo Méjico. Nueva España. P 287

Agustín de Salazar, married to Felipa de Gamboa, with two sons named Antonio, four and Miguel, two. Likewise, living in this house were his mother-in-law, named Lucía Martín, with one daughter, a young woman named Petrona Domínguez, sixteen. He states that being given a way to settle that kingdom, he will go with his family

Dates & Events: 4 Oct 1693: He returned to New Mexico with Don Diego de Vargas in 1693.

Dates & Events: He was an interpreter, "proficient in his mother's tongue." Even though he was blind, he used his languge ability to warn of the impending Indian resistance that developed when Vargas was waiting for the Tanos to vacate Santa Fe. He had overheard the Indians talking about how they would defeat Vargas and informed Miguel Lujan who relayed the information to Vargas at 4 A.M. The fact that he was in Santa Fé in Dec of 1693 proves that he and his family made the trip north with the first reconquest settler party. The phrase, 'his mother's tongue," seems to negate Fray Angélico's suggestion that he might have been Apache and supports the fact that his mother, María de Hinojos, was indeed pueblo(or more appropriately, Zuni).

Augustín and his wife Felipa de Gamboa had a daughter named Lugarda, who married Ficente Jirón in 1723. Another duaghter, Josefa, married Juan Lorenzo de Valdés. They also had a son anmed Antonio. ~The Origins of New México Families, P. 279

http://www.cybergata.com/roots/4865.htm'''

He had a residence in 1723 in Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España. P. 252

Augustin married Felipa Teresa de Gamboa, daughter of Juan de Gamboa and Lucia Martín Barba. (Felipa Teresa de Gamboa was born in 1672 in San Juan de los Caballeros, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252 and died on 6 Feb 1756 in San Juan de los Caballeros, Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 252.)

RESIDENCE: Santa Cruz de la Canada 1721 RESIDENCE: Santa Cruz de la Canada 1723 BIRTH: 1665, Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico EVENT: member '93 Varg: 4 OCT 1693 EVENT: as an interpreter, "proficient in his mother's tongue" POSITION: DEC 1693

http://www.nmia.com/~hgrc/surnames/GNMPD.html/d0133/g0013353.html#I1238

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Agustín Maria de Salazar's Timeline

1665
1665
Zuni Pueblo, New México
1686
1686
Age 21
Santa Cruz de la Canada, Santa Fe, NM
1687
1687
Age 22
El Paso del Norte
1688
1688
Age 23
El Paso del Norte
1689
1689
Age 24
Ysleta, El Paso del Norte
1695
1695
Age 30
New Mexico
1700
1700
Age 35
Santa Fe, New Mexico
1740
February 7, 1740
Age 75
Santa Cruz de La Canada, New Mexico
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