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Ana Moreno de Lara Trujillo

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Birthplace: Santa Fé, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
Death: Died in Bernalillo, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Diego de Trujillo y Salas and Catalina Márquez Vásquez
Wife of Cristóbal Baca, II
Mother of Maria Catalina Baca; Ignacio Baca; Francisco Baca; Capt. Manuel Baca; Felipe Pedro Baca and 4 others
Sister of Cristóbal de Trujillo; María Antonia Trujillo; Francisco de Trujillo; María Bernardina de Salas y Trujillo and Juana Baca

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About Ana Moreno de Lara Trujillo

Census: Diego de Vargas El Paso Area Muster, Dec 1992-Jan 1693, Pueblo la Ysleta del Sur, Nuevo Méjico. Nueva España. 287

Doña Ana Moreno de Lara, married to Cristóbal Baca, absent for five year in passage to this district. She has two daughters who live with her named Juana, eighteen, and Luisa, seventeen. Likewise, she stated that she has two sons who are absent, one named Francisco, who is married and lives at the Cosihuiriáchic mines, and the other named Felipe Baca, likewise married and living at the real of Parral. She has in this household two orphans named Felipe, five, and Elena, twelve. I (Vargas) was also shown a granddaughter named Josefa, five.

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  1. EVENT: member '93 Varg: 4 OCT 1693 [3421] [3422]

[3421] Vargas noted that she was married to Cristóbal Baca, who had been absent for five years. Chávez assumes that Baca was dead by 1687, but Ana did not seem to consider him dead in December of 1692 when she chose to report him as missing. It appears that he abandoned her for Gregoria de Luna in 1684. Her household contained two daughters, Juana, age18, and Luisa, age 17. There were two orphans and one granddaughter, named Josefa. The orphans were Felipe, age five and Elena, age twelve. Her absent sons were Francisco, married and living at the Cosihuiriáchic mines and Felipe, married and living at the real de Parral. Vargas reported that he was also shown a granddaughter named Josefa, age 5.

[3422] [S2198] ROYAL CROWN RESTORED, TO THE

   * PAGE: pg. 62, Fifteenth household
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Ana Moreno de Lara Trujillo's Timeline

1639
1639
Santa Fé, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1650
1650
Age 11
Nuevo México, Nueva España
1657
April 21, 1657
Age 18
Bernalillo, Sandoval, New Mexico, United States
1657
Age 18
Rio Arriba, New Mexico, United States
1659
1659
Age 20
New Mexico, United States
1659
Age 20
Sandia District (Present Bernalillo County), Provincia de Nuevo Mexico, Virreinato de Nueva España
1660
1660
Age 21
Sandia, Sandoval, New Mexico, United States
1661
1661
Age 22
New Mexico, United States
1664
1664
Age 25
Provincia de Nuevo Mexico, Virreinato de Nueva España
1674
1674
Age 35
Bernalillo, Sandoval, New Mexico, United States