María Josefa de Hinojos

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María Josefa de Hinojos

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Provincia de Nuevo Mexico, Reino de Nueva España
Death: Died in Bernalillo, Provincia de Nuevo Mexico, Reino de Nueva España
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Bartolome de Salazar Ledesma and María de Hinojos
Wife of <private> Montoya; Diego Manuel Baca and Cap. Diego de Montoya, II
Mother of María Isabel Montoya; Diego Domingo Baca; María Francisca Montoya; María de la Rosa Montoya; Juan Esteban Montoya and 7 others
Sister of Juana de Salazar Hinojos; Juan de Salazar Hinojos; Agustín Maria de Salazar; Isabel de Salazar and Maria de Salazar Hurtado

Managed by: Ric Dickinson
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About María Josefa de Hinojos

Josefa de Hinojos born c. 1662

Married:

  1. Diego de Montoya, II

Children of Maria Josefa de Hinojos and Diego de Montoya, II:

  1. Maria de la Rosa Montoya
  2. Juan Esteban Montoya
  3. Lucia Montoya
  4. Antonio Montoya
  5. Salvador Montoya
  6. Juana Montoya
  7. Miguel de la Cruz Montoya
  8. Maria Isabel Montoya
  9. Marcial Montoya
  10. Maria Francisca Montoya

Josefa is the daughter of Diego de Montoya, I and [María Hurtado de Salas Maria de Hinojos

Biography

After her father Bartolome de Salazar died, Diego de Trujillo took the three sisters, Marìa de Salazar Hurtado, Marìa Josefa de Hinojos and Isabel de Salazar Hurtado from their mother, Marìa de Hinojos, to be raised and adopted by his granddaughter Bernardina Salas y Trujillo and her husband Andres Hurtado.

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

Fourth household, three sons, three daughters, two servants

Diego Montoya, regidor, married to Josefa de Hinojos, with six children: Salvador, three; Juan Estevan, five; Antonio, three; Maria de la Rosa, eight; Luisa, four; Juana, two. Likewise, this household has two married servants named Antonio and his wife, Ana Duran. He states that, as a loyal vassal of his majesty, he is quite ready to enter to settle with his wife and children when I, the governor and captain general, enter.

To The Royal Crown Restored, pg. 39

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


kidnapped by Indians, rescued by Andres Hurtado; later adopted her along with his wife, Bernardina de Salas Orozco y Trujillo

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María Josefa de Hinojos's Timeline

1662
1662
Santa Cruz de la Cañada, Provincia de Nuevo Mexico, Reino de Nueva España
1675
1675
Age 13
Guadalupe del Paso, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1684
1684
Age 22
El Paso del Norte, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1687
1687
Age 25
Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1688
1688
Age 26
1689
1689
Age 27
Guadalupe del Paso, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1689
Age 27
Nuevo, Chihuahua, Mexico
1690
1690
Age 28
Guadalupe del Paso, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1692
1692
Age 30