Francisco Martín Serrano (1673 - 1743) MP

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Birthplace: Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Provincia de Nuevo México, Virreinato de Nueva España
Death: Died in El Paso del Norte, Provincia de Nuevo México, Virreinato de Nueva España
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About Francisco Martín Serrano

Francisco Martin Serrano

He appeared on the Don Diego de Vargas census 22 Dec 1692 to 2 Jan 1693 in El Paso del Norte, Nuevo México, Nueva España.

Twelfth household, three sons, five daughters

Capt. Luis Martin, married to Melchora de los Reyes, with three sons and, likewise, daughters named Francisco Martin, twenty; Manuel, nine; Sebastian, six; Sebastiana, twenty; Catalina, fifteen; Maria de la Rosa, twelve; Catalina, nine; and Polonia, three. He says that, as a loyal vassal of his majesty, he is ready to enter immediately, as soon as I, the governor and captain general, enter to settle this kingdom.

To The Royal Crown Restored, pg. 41

Notes

Kessell, John L. and Hendricks, Rick, editors, To The Crown Restored, The Journals of Don Diego de Vargas, New Mexico, 1692-1694, University of New Mexico Press. 1995, ISBN 0-8263-1559-3

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Francisco Martín Serrano's Timeline

1673
1673
Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Provincia de Nuevo México, Virreinato de Nueva España
1694
1694
Age 21
Santa Fe, NM, USA
1698
1698
Age 25
Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1704
1704
Age 31
Chimayo, Rio Arriba, New Mexico, United States
1708
1708
Age 35
Santa Fe, Provincia de Nuevo Mexico, Virreinato de Nueva España
1710
1710
Age 37
Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
1712
1712
Age 39
Santa Cruz, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1715
March, 1715
Age 42
San Juan de los Caballeros, Provincia de Nuevo México, Virreinato de Nueva España
1715
Age 42
Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1717
1717
Age 44
Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico