Margarita Gómez Robledo

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Margarita Gómez Robledo

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Birthplace: Santa Fé, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
Death: Died in Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
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Daughter of Andres Gómez Robledo and María Juana Ortiz y Baca
Wife of Capitán Jacinto Peláez
Mother of Da. Jacinta Peláez and María Peláez
Sister of Francisca Gómez Robledo; María Gómez Robledo; Lucía Gómez Robledo; Rosa Gómez Robledo and Juana Gómez Robledo

Managed by: Rachel Anne Alarid de Gowen
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About Margarita Gómez Robledo

Margarita Gómez Robledo born about 1677 in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Margarita married Jacinto Peláez [1670-] on 13 June 1691 in Guadalupe del Paso. He was a native of Villanueva, Asturias. A land grant was given to Jacinto at Jacona near San Ildefonso. They had two daughters. María married Juan Fernández de la Pedrera and Jacinta married {1} Antonio de Luna {2} Antonio Montoya. Margarita died young, and Jacinto then married Isabel de Cháves.

The six daughters of Andrés Gomez Robledo grew up glorifying the statue of La Conquistadora, making and caring for her wardrobe, etc. The statue of the Virgin Mary was taken to Guadalupe del Paso during the 1680 Revolt and returned to Santa Fe with the 1693 re-entry of the Spanish into New Mexico. The historic wooden statue, brought to New Mexico in 1625 by the Spanish, is today housed in the Cathedral of St. Francis in Santa Fe. A Catholic confraternity was named in her honor, and there is a festival every year in Santa Fe to honor her.

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Margarita Gómez Robledo's Timeline

1677
1677
Santa Fé, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1680
August 10, 1680
Age 3
Nuevo México, Nuevo España

On 10 August 1680, the family was forced to leave their home due to the Pueblo Revolt. They retreated into Santa Fe, where the Pueblos then laid siege to the town. Meanwhile the Indians destroyed the family’s Las Barrancas hacienda. Three days later Andres is killed by Indians and Juana and the children manage to escape to Guadalupe del Norte (El Paso).

1693
1693
Age 16
Nuevo México, Nuevo España

Juana and her children re-entered New Mexico, but they could not return to their destroyed home at Las Barrancas. Apache raids prevented Spanish resettlement of this area.

1695
1695
Age 18
1704
1704
Age 27
Bernalillo, Sandoval, New Mexico, United States
1710
1710
Age 33
Guadalupe del Paso, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1715
1715
Age 38
Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España