Antonio Ortiz Baca

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Antonio Ortiz Baca

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Mexico City, DF, Nueva España
Death: Died in Nuevo México, Nueva España
Cause of death: Beheaded
Place of Burial: Santa Fe, Nuevo México, Nueva España
Immediate Family:

Son of Capitán Cristóbal Baca; Cristobal Baca, III; Ana Maria Pacheco y Ortiz and Ana Baca
Husband of Yumar Perez Baca and Yumar Pérez de Bustillo
Father of Gertrudis Baca; María Ana Archuleta; Ana Baca; Antonia Vaca; Maria Baca and 1 other
Brother of Maria de Villanueva Ortiz Baca; Capitán Alonso Ortiz Baca; Isabel de Bohorquez Baca; Juana de Zamora; Cristobal II Baca and 1 other
Half brother of Isabel de Bohorquez Baca

Occupation: Beheaded leader of Santo Domingo Rebellion.
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About Antonio Ortiz Baca

Antonio Baca was born circa 1589. He was married to Yumar Pérez de Bustillo who was born c.1591. They had three daughters: Gertudris, who married Antonio Jorge; Ana, who married Francisco López de Aragón, and Antonia, who was the wife of Antonio de Albizu. It does not appear that Antonio had any sons to carry on the Baca name. Antonio was the main ring-leader in the anti-Rosas faction which caused the Governors death. He was also the leader of the people who defied the Governor by barricading themselves with the Friars at Santo Domingo Pueblo. His turbulent career ended when he was be-headed along with seven others July 21, 1643. -------------------- He came with his family when they moved to New Mexico from New Spain in 1600. His family were among the Loyalists who stayed in New Mexico.

"Antonio Ortíz Baca, was a Capitán by 1628 and was twenty-six years old, he said, married and living in Santa Fé. He was the main ring-leader in the anti-Rosas faction which caused this Governor's death, January 25, 1642. He was also the leader of the people who defied the Governor by barricading themselves with the friars at Santa Domingo pueblo. His turbulent career ended on July 21 1643 when he was beheaded with others in Santa Fé.

His wife was Yumar Pérez de Bustillo, forty years old in 1631. She, too, had come to New Mexico as a child with her parents. Of their three known daughers, Gertrudis married Antonio Jorge, Ana was the wife of Franciso López de Aragon, and Gregoria married Antonio de Alvizu. What later Bacas were their sons, if any, cannot as yet be ascertained."

Angélico Chávez

ONMF p.10

Antonio married Yumar Pérez de Bustillo, daughter of Juan Pérez de Bustillo and María de la Cruz. (Yumar Pérez de Bustillo was born in 1591 in Ciudád de México, Nueva España 252 and died after 1643.)

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Antonio Ortiz Baca's Timeline

1589
1589
Nueva España
1600
1600
Age 11
Pueblo de Sandía, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1610
1610
Age 21
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
1630
1630
Age 41
Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1631
1631
Age 42
Santa Fé, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1642
January 25, 1642
Age 53
Santa Fe, NM, USA

Corrupt and tyrannical ex-Governor of New Mexico murdered by Nicolás Ortiz, along with twelve other patriots. Rosas is alleged to have had an affair with Maria Perez de Bustillo, the wife of Nicolas Ortiz. Eight of these men were later executed for their involvement. Those involved included Luis Martín Serrano I, who kicked in the door to the room where Rosas was being held at the Casa de Reales, and Antonio Baca, his brother, Alonso Baca, Juan de Archuleta, Diego Marquez, Agustin Carvajal, Don Fernando Duran y Chaves, Cristobal Enriques, Juan Ruiz De Hinjos, Nicolas Perez de Bustillo, Juan de Archuleta, Diego Martin Barba, Francisco de Salazar Hachero, Pedro Duran y Chaves, Diego del Rio de Losa, Antonio De Salas, Francisco Lopez de Aragon, brothers Francisco and Juan II Lujan, Alonzo Ramirez de Salazar, Juan De Tapia, and Manuel de Peralta.

1643
July 21, 1643
Age 54
Santa Fe, NM, USA

Eight of the men involved in the assassination of New Mexico Governor Luís de Rosas are beheaded on the Santa Fe plaza. Including Antonio Baca, Juan de Archuleta, Diego Marquez, Cristobal Enriques, Juan Ruiz De Hinjos, Nicholas Perez de Bustillo, Juan de Archuleta, Diego Martin Barba, and, Francisco de Salazar Hachero.

July 21, 1643
Age 54
Nuevo México, Nueva España
1643
Age 54
Nuevo México, Nueva España
1989
November 28, 1989
Age 54