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Alonso García de Noriega MP (1728 - 1811)

Alonso García de Noriega, II MP (1649 - c.1696)

Additional Settlers of 17th Century New Mexico 1601-1680. El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro brought wagon trains of good to trade as well as new settlers into New Mexico. The Spanish government kept s...

Ana María García de Noriega MP (1746 - 1800)

Andrea Quiteria García de Noriega MP (1746 - d.)

Domingo García de Noriega MP (1725 - d.)

Felipa de Jesús García de Noriega MP (1754 - 1787)

Francisco García de Noriega MP (c.1714 - d.)

Francisco Antonio García de Noriega MP (1743 - d.)

Francisco Xavier García de Noriega MP (c.1770 - d.)

Gregorio de Jesús García de Noriega MP (1727 - d.)

Gregorio José García de Noriega MP (1756 - d.)

José Anselmo García de Noriega MP (1722 - d.)

José Manuel García de Noriega MP (c.1765 - d.)

José Pablo García de Noriega MP (1798 - d.)

José Salvador García de Noriega MP (1730 - d.)

Captain Juan García de Noriega, alguacil mayor de el cabildo MP (b. - 1732)

Juan Garcia de Noriega born 1658 died January 13, 1732, age 74 Married: Dona Francisca Sánches de Iñigo Children of Juan Garcia de Noriega and Dona Francisca Sánches de I...

Juan García de Noriega MP (1679 - d.)

Juan Esteban García de Noriega MP (1696 - 1756)

Juan Tomás García de Noriega MP (1723 - d.)

Juana García de Noriega MP (1658 - d.)

Juana Manuela García de Noriega MP (1760 - d.)

Lazaro García de Noriega MP (1655 - 1680)

Luis García de Noriega MP (1684 - 1746)

María Agueda de Jesus García de Noriega MP (1764 - d.)

María Ana García de Noriega MP (1671 - d.)

María de la Ascensión García de Noriega MP (1802 - d.)

From New Mexico Prenuptial Investigations from the Archivos Historicos del Arzobispado de Durango, 1800-1893, ed. Rick Hendricks, comp. John B. Colligan (Rio Grande Historical Collections, New Mexico S...

María del Carmen García de Noriega MP (c.1775 - d.)

María Dolores García de Noriega MP (deceased)

Dolores' parents are confirmed by her sister's baptismal record.

María Josefa García de Noriega MP (1767 - 1811)

María Josefa García de Noriega MP (1758 - d.)

María Luisa García de Noriega MP (1708 - 1767)

María Luz García de Noriega MP (1800 - d.)

María Manuela García de Noriega MP (1760 - 1842)

María Rosa García de Noriega MP (1750 - 1805)

Pedro Antonio García de Noriega MP (1755 - d.)

Pedro Vicente García de Noriega MP (1752 - d.)

Rosalla García de Noriega MP (c.1707 - d.)

Salvador Matias García de Noriega MP (1711 - 1775)

Tomás García de Noriega MP (1685 - c.1761)

Toribia García de Noriega MP (1806 - d.)

Vicente García de Noriega MP (1763 - d.)

Alonso García de Noriega, III (b. - 1737)

Alonso Garcia De Noriega (1627 - d.)

Ana Maria García de Noriega (deceased)

Ana Maria de Jesus Garcia de Noriega (Quintana) (1746 - d.)

New Spain (Spanish: Nueva España), was the political unit of Spanish territories in North America and Asia-Pacific. The territory included the present-day Southwestern United States, Central Ame...

Andrea Quiteria Garcia de Noriega (deceased)

Antonia Garcia de Noriega (c.1728 - d.)

Joseph Vallejos, a 26 year old Mulatto man, and his wife Rosalia Garcia, a 20 year old Mulatta woman, were living in Alburquerque in 1750. Their children who were living with them at the time were Juan...

Bernardo Luis García de Noriega (1661 - 1747)

Francisca Garcia De Noriega (1706 - 1748)

Francisca Antonia Varela Jaramillo (1710 - d.)

Francisco García de Noriega (1677 - d.)

Francisco Mariano Garcia de Noriega (1760 - 1824)

Francisco Mariano Garcia de Noriega (1760 - 1824)

Gregorio Garcia De Noriega (b. - 1806)

Jose García de Noriega (deceased)

Jose Garcia de Noriega (c.1719 - c.1780)

Jose Pablo Garcia de Noriega (1789 - d.)

Jose Candelario Garcia de Noriega (1765 - d.)

Jose Joaquin Garcia de Noriega (1735 - d.)

Jose Antonio Albino Garcia de Noriega (1732 - 1824)

Jose and Maria and their daughters are living in Rio Arriba county in 1850 and he is a farmer.

Jose Maria Garcia de Noriega (deceased)

Jose Ygnacio GARCIA DE NORIEGA (1789 - d.)

Josef Antonio Garcia de Noriega (1782 - d.)

Josefa Ana Rael de Aguilar (Garcia de Noriega) (1654 - 1735)

Josefa Ana García de Noriega (1654 - 1735)

Juan García de Noriega (deceased)

Juan Antonio García de Noriega (deceased)

Juan GARCIA DE NORIEGA (c.1728 - d.)

Juan Antonio Garcia de Noriega (deceased)

Juan Estevan Garcia de Noriega (deceased)

Juan Antonio García de Noriega (c.1691 - 1750)

Juan Esteban Garcia De Noriega (1752 - 1785)

Juan Rafael Garcia de Noriega (1765 - 1817)

Juana Garcia de Noriega (deceased)

Juana Antonia García de Noriega (deceased)

Lazaro Garcia de Noriega (1700 - d.)

Luis Garcia de Noriega (deceased)

Maria Garcia de Noriega (1766 - d.)

Maria de Rivera (1680 - 1732)

Maria Manuela Garcia de Noriega (1785 - d.)

Maria Gertrudis Garcia de Noriega (deceased)

Maria Josefa de Jesus Garcia de Noriega (1773 - d.)

Maria de la Ascencion Garcia de Noriega (1771 - d.)

Maria Ygnacia de Jesus Garcia de Noriga (Garcia de Noriega) (deceased)

Maria del Rosario Ortiz (Garcia de Noriega) (1804 - 1832)

Maria Antonia SALAZAR (GARCIA DE NORIEGA) (1827 - d.)

Maria Candelaria Garcia de Noriega (Ulibarri) (1765 - 1824)

Maria Concepcion Garcia De Noriega (Vigil) (b. - 1806)

Maria Ignacia Francisca Garcia de Noriega (1753 - d.)

Maria Josefa Garcia de Noriega (deceased)

Maria Luisa Garcia de Noriega (deceased)

Maria Marta Garcia de Noriega (deceased)

María García de Noriega (1736 - 1786)

mateo garcia de noriega (deceased)

Mateo Garcia de Noriega (1767 - d.)

Petra Garcia De Noriega (Salazar) (1806 - 1827)

Rosalia Garcia de Noriga (1730 - d.)

Joseph Vallejos, a 26 year old Mulatto man, and his wife Rosalia Garcia, a 20 year old Mulatta woman, were living in Alburquerque in 1750. Their children who were living with them at the time were Juan...

Rosalia García de Noriega (c.1761 - d.)

Tadeo García de Noriega (deceased)

Vicente García de Noriega (1683 - 1740)