Juana Ortiz (deceased) MP

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About Juana Ortiz

Dona Juana Ortiz

In 1692, Juana is listed as a widow, her husband's name is not known.

Juana Ortiz is the daughter of Francisco Gómez and Ana Robledo Romero

Biography

In 1692, Juana is listed as a widow, her husband's name is not known.

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

Seventh household, nine sisters and nieces, four dependents

Sgto. major Bartolomé Gómez Robledo, unmarried, states that he has the following persons as family: doña Juana Ortiz, widow, his sister; doña Ana Maria Robledo; doña Maria Ortiz; Francisca Lucia; Maria Rosa; doña Ana Gómez; Gregoria; Francisca; and four female and two male dependents, named Magdalena, Petrona, Maria, and Ana; and Luis and Sebastian. He states that he will enter with me, the governor and captain general, solely to establish his household and sow his fields and after this is done, he will come and enter with all the persons mentioned.

To The Royal Crown Restored, pg. 40

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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