Jacinto Sánchez de Iñigo

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Jacinto Sánchez de Iñigo

Spanish: Sanchez de Inigo
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Santa Fé, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
Death: December 14, 1734 (70-71)
Alameda, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
Immediate Family:

Son of Fray Francisco Muñoz and Juana López de Aragón
Husband of Isabel Telles Jiron and María Rodarte de Castro Xabalera
Father of Pedro Sánchez de Iñigo; José Sánchez de Íñigo; Joaquín Sánchez de Iñigo; Ana Juana Sánchez de Iñigo; Jose Tomas Sanchez and 5 others
Brother of Francisca Sánchez de Iñigo; Pedro Sánchez de Íñigo and Felipe Sánchez
Half brother of J. Sanchez de Inigo

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About Jacinto Sánchez de Iñigo

Illigitimate son Herencia: vol 4, iss.4 - states probable illigitimate son of Tome Dominguez de Mendoza and Ana Lopez del Castillo of Santa fe

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In the Estate of Jacinto Sanchez-1735 it states that his son Joseph Sanchez noted "This 22nd of December 1724, God took my father, Jacinto Sanchez" and proceeds to list the expenses of his funeral. And the fact that Jacinto lived in a house built at the expense of his son Joseph and a lot on a piece of land that Joseph owned and that he lived there until his death.

My name is Joseph H. Sanchez and Jacinto is my 8th grandfather. I am one of the Y-DNA, Haplogroup J-M267 noted on this profile. I spent a few weeks a couple years ago researching a match for all the 37 loci examined by Family Tree DNA. Our Y-DNA is not a exact match for the Cohen Model Haplotype (CMH), although we are part of the Cohen Model Haplotype Cluster, which includes Jewish and Arab Haplotypes. Our DNA is listed within the CMH Cluster as MH Galilee Haplotype with the markers DYS388-17, DYS390-23, DYS391-11 and DYS393-12. This data was taken from an article : "High Resolution of Chromosome Haplotype of Israeli and Palestinian Arabs", written in 2000.

This subgroup is located in in the Middle East in a small area north of Israel in Galilee. Discovered in a study of Palestinian Arabs and is characterized by the high number of DYS388-17. It was found that 18% of males carried the Haplotype. Closely linked to the CMH but only found in Arabs. It is said that the Palestinians are descended from Arabized Hebrews ( Arabs of Jewish descent) and Canaanites (Phoenicians). No matter who they are descended from I found the information to be very interesting and I am placing this data here for future reference for anyone interested in our family history.

Biography

Jacinto escaped with the rest of the colony to El Paso after the Indian uprising in 1680. When he was 22 when he tried to run away from the exiled colony with Juan Dominguez de Mendoza and was accused of deserting the colony. He appeared in the El Paso Muster census from December 1692 to January 1693 as 33 household, one son, one daughter and one female dependent. Jacinto returned to New Mexico with Diego de Vargus in 1693. He stated that if he was provisioned he would take his family and enter the Kingdom of New Mexico.

In 1702 he received a land grant in the Rio Del Norte, on the east side opposite Cochiti Pueblo.He was married to Isabel Jiron, with two children named Jose age 1-1/2 and Juana. In 1713 he was alcacde major of Santa Cruz, Santa Fe, but was not considered competent by the Governor. In 1715 he was asked for a permit to travel outside New Mexico with his son Fernando. On his return he settled in the Rio Abajo district.

From the book "Between the Rivers" written by Joseph P. Sanchez, describes the purchase of land In Atrisco by his grandson and namesake in 1757 as follows : The problem begins when Jose Duran y Chaves from El Paso del Norte appeared before the alcade major of the Ville de Albuquerque and stated that he had sold land inherited from his father, Bernando Duran y Chaves, son of Fernando Duran y Chaves .

The buyer was Jacinto Sanchez de Inigo, husband of Efigenia Duran y Chaves, granddaughter of Fernando Duran y Chaves. As there were no claims against the property, alacade major Antionio Baca verified and certified the sale at a price of 550 pesos. For nearly 12 years, the land underwent a series of division and transactions as it had previously - all in the family. This is how our family came to settle on the Atrisco Land Grant in New Mexico.

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Jacinto Sánchez de Iñigo's Timeline

1663
1663
Santa Fé, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1688
1688
Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Rio Arriba, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1690
June 1690
Guadalupe Del Paso, New Mexico, United States
1691
1691
Guadalupe del Paso, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1693
1693
Santa Fe, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1695
1695
Bernalillo, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1697
1697
Guadalupe del Paso, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España