About Cristóbal Enríquez
Cristóbal Enríquez, was beheaded in 1643 for his role in the assassination of New Mexico Governor Rosas.
He was a first cousin of Agustín de Carvajal. (Pg. 15 "Origins"). Their mothers were sisters. In 1660 Agustin was accused of marrying his close relative, Estefania Enriquez, Cristóbal's daughter. Estefania was a second cousin of Agustin's first wife, María Márquez.