José de la Cruz Salazar (c.1832 - d.) MP

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Birthplace: (Probably Present Bernalillo County), Nuevo México, México (Present USA)
Death: (Date and location unknown)
Managed by: Ben M. Angel
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Immediate Family

About José de la Cruz Salazar

Ben M. Angel notes: Jose de la Cruz Salazar is listed as the father in both marriages of Maria Josefa Salazar (to Juan Chavez and Felipe Angel):

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He was also listed in the 1850 Federal Census, just after the capture of New Mexico from Santa Ana's "United Mexican States":

http://files.usgwarchives.net/nm/bernalillo/census/1850/pg013a.txt

  • Year: 1850
  • Territory: New Mexico
  • County: Bernalillo
  • Sheet No: 13A
  • Reel No: M432-467
  • Division: None listed
  • Page No: 24
  • Enumerated on: Oct 16, 1850
  • by: Jim Giddings
  • Transcribed by Virginia Grace and Proofread by Gina Whitney for the USGenWeb Archives. *Copyright: 2009
  • Line: 16; Dwelling 210; Family 210
  • Jose de la Cruz Salazar 18 M Farmer
  • Birthplace: Territory New Mexico
  • R - SNDX: S426; No remarks

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From Early Marriages of Bernalillo County, New Mexico, 1850 through 1855 (regarding his first marriage):

http://bernalillo.nmgenweb.us/mar1850s.htm

These records were extracted from LDS film #0016643 and are for marriages recorded at San Felipe de Neri Catholic Church. The modern spelling of the surnames was used (such as Jaramillo vs. Xaramillo), and only those records that were readable and contained at least one surname were extracted by our volunteers. The film is available at the Denver Public Library, the Family History Centers of the Mormon church, and probably other sources. We encourage you to view the film to obtain other information (such as parents and godparents) that does not appear in the tables. Because they are in date order, it is a good idea to use your browser's "Find" feature to make sure you don't overlook your marriage.

San Felipe de Neri Catholic Church is located in Old Town Plaza, Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Duke of Albuquerque named the church in honor of King Philip of Spain. The church was started in 1706, and was completed around 1718-19 and stood on the west side of the town plaza. The cemetery was east of the church, and the convento (rectory) was to the south. In 1792, rain collapsed the old church, and it was rebuilt the following year and still stands today (and still holds services). Except for its tin ceiling, brick floor, and south entrance, the church is the same structure as in 1793.

6 Feb 1853

  • Jose Luiz Griego and Maria Guadalupe Contreras
  • Jose Feliz Olguin and Maria Encarnacion Garcia
  • Ramon Garcia and Maria Francisca Pere
  • Jose de la Cruz Salasar and Maria Dolores Santillanes
  • Eusebio Martinez and Maria Dolores Garcia

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Marriage Records of the San Felipe de Neri Church in Albuquerque, NM 1850 to 1855, From LDS microfilm reel 0016643, Extracted by Jackie Luna.

http://home.earthlink.net/~carnuel/am1850.html

These marriage records continue where Donald S. Dreesen's series of articles "Albuquerque Marriages" published in the New Mexico Genealogist leaves off. Please check the LDS microfilm reel for verification of the entire record as only bride and groom and parents were provided for most of the entries below.

p. 95 Feb 6, 1853: JOSE DE LA CRUZ SALASAR soltero hijo legitimo de Juan Salasar y de Madalena Lopez vec de esta jurisdn con MARIA DOLORES SANTILLANES soltera hija natural de Maria Anta Santillanes. Test: Salvador Lopez y Tomas Lopez.

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Jose De La Cruz Salasar, "New Mexico, Marriages, 1751-1918"

  • groom's name: Jose De La Cruz Salasar
  • bride's name: Maria Dolores Santillanes
  • marriage date: 06 Feb 1853
  • marriage place: San Felipe Catholic, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico
  • groom's father's name: Juan Salasar
  • groom's mother's name: Madalena Lopes
  • bride's father's name: Maria Antonia Santillanes
  • indexing project (batch) number: M51267-4
  • system origin: New Mexico-VR
  • source film number: 16643
  • reference number: 2:1S62QZC

"New Mexico, Marriages, 1751-1918," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FDPD-WJ6 : accessed 14 Feb 2013), Jose De La Cruz Salasar and Maria Dolores Santillanes, 06 Feb 1853; citing reference 2:1S62QZC, FHL microfilm 16643.

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Jose De La Cruz Salazar in household of Juan Salazar, "United States Census, 1850"

  • name: Jose De La Cruz Salazar
  • event: Census
  • event date: 1850
  • event place: Bernalillo county, Bernalillo, New Mexico Territory, United States
  • gender: Male
  • age: 18
  • birthplace: New Mexico Territory
  • estimated birth year: 1832
  • dwelling house number: 210
  • family number: 210
  • line number: 16
  • nara publication number: M432
  • nara roll number: 467
  • film number: 16603
  • digital folder number: 004196758
  • image number: 00030

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  • Household Gender Age Birthplace
  • Juan Salazar M 50 New Mexico Territory (est. 1800)
  • Magdelena Salazar F 40 New Mexico Territory (est. 1800)
  • Gabriela Salazar F 25 New Mexico Territory (est. 1825)
  • Jose Salazar M 23 New Mexico Territory (est. 1827)
  • Marcos Salazar M 20 New Mexico Territory (est. 1830)
  • Jose De La Cruz Salazar M 18 New Mexico Territory (est. 1832)
  • Jesus Salazar M 10 New Mexico Territory (est. 1840)
  • Juan Salazar M 7 New Mexico Territory (est. 1843)
  • Francisco Salazar M 5 New Mexico Territory (est. 1845)

"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MFS7-H63 : accessed 14 Feb 2013), Jose De La Cruz Salazar in household of Juan Salazar, Bernalillo county, Bernalillo, New Mexico Territory, United States; citing dwelling 210, family 210, NARA microfilm publication M432, roll 467.

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José de la Cruz Salazar's Timeline

1832
1832
(Probably Present Bernalillo County), Nuevo México, México (Present USA)
1853
February 6, 1853
Age 21
Alburquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico Territory, United States
1861
September 1861
Age 29
New Mexico Territory, United States
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