Juan Pérez de Bustillo

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Juan Pérez de Bustillo

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Ciudad de México, Real Audiencia de Mexico, Virreinato de Nueva España
Death: Died in Santa Fe, Provincia de Nuevo Mexico, Virreinato de Nueva España
Immediate Family:

Son of Simon Pérez; Simon Perez; Maria de Bustillo and Senorita Perez
Husband of María de la Cruz
Father of Simón Pérez de Bustillo; Ana Pérez de Bustillo; NN Pérez de Bustillo; Beatriz Pérez de Bustillo; Diego de Santa Cruz and 2 others

Occupation: Soldier
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About Juan Pérez de Bustillo

   * BIRTH: 1558, Ciudád de Mexico, Nueva España [3226]
   * DEATH: AFT 1626 [3227]
   * EVENT: member 98 Oñate: 18 AUG 1598 [3228] [3229]
   * EVENT: small of stature, gray bearded, having a wart on the left side of the face.
     Appearance: 1598 [3230] 

[3224] [S2194] ONMF, p. 112

[3225] [S2194] ONMF, p. 112

[3226] [S2200] ORIGINS OF NM FAMILIES

   * PAGE: pg. 86

[3227] [S2200] ORIGINS OF NM FAMILIES

   * PAGE: pg. 86

[3228] [S2200] ORIGINS OF NM FAMILIES

   * PAGE: pg. 87

[3229] [S2162] New Mexico's First Colonists

   * PAGE: pg. 22

[3230] [S2200] ORIGINS OF NM FAMILIES

   * PAGE: pg. 86

[113663] [S2200] ORIGINS OF NM FAMILIES

   * PAGE: pg. 87

-------------------- Juan and his family were a members of Don de Oñate party that came to settle New Mexico in 1598.

He was listed as 40 years old, the son of Simón Pérez and a native of Mexico City. He was described as small in stature, gray-bearded and having a wart on the left side of his face. With him came his wife, two sons and seven daughters. One son, Simón, was listed as a soldier.

Juan's wife was María de la Cruz. Both Juan and his wife were living in 1626. Besides Simón, they had another son named Diego. Dieg adopted the surname of Santa Crus. Their known daughters were Ana, fifty in 1631 and married to Asencio de Arechuleta; Yman, who was forty in 1631, and married to Antonio Baca; Beatriz, who was thirty-eight in 1631 and married to Alonso Varela. ~The Origins of New México Families, pg. 87

Oñate lead a party into Kansas to search for the legendary Gran Quivara. Upon his return, he found that 400 colonists had deserted San Gabriel, the Spanish colony begun by the Oñate party. Those who remained were considered loyalists, and stayed on to raise their families in New Mexico. Juan was among the Loyalists who stayed in New Mexico. ~New México's First Colonie -------------------- He was a soldier accompanying Don Juan de Oñate on the Oñate Expedition of 1598-1608, and a founding resident of Santa Fe, Nueva España. --------------------

  Was Member of 1598 Ornate Expedition into New Mexico. Appearence in 1598 small of stature, gray bearded wart on left side of face.
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Juan Pérez de Bustillo's Timeline

1558
1558
Ciudad de México, Real Audiencia de Mexico, Virreinato de Nueva España
1575
1575
Age 17
Mexico City, Real Audiencia de Mexico, Virreinato de Nueva España
1576
1576
Age 18
Ciudad de México, Real Audiencia de Mexico, Reino de Nueva España
1581
1581
Age 23
Ciudad de México, Reino de México, Reino de Nueva España
1586
1586
Age 28
Nueva España
1590
1590
Age 32
Ciudad de México, México
1591
1591
Age 33
1591
Age 33
Ciudad de México, Reino de México, Virreinato de Nueva España
1591
Age 33
Ciudad de México, Reino de México, Virreinato de Nueva España
1598
1598
Age 40
Santa Fe, NM, USA