Pedro "El Mozo" Lucero de Godoy

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Pedro Lucero de Godoy

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Ciudád de México, Reino de México, Reino de Nueva España
Death: Died in Santa Fé, Provincia de Nuevo Mexico, Reino de Nueva España
Immediate Family:

Son of Juan López de Godoy and Inés Lucero González Jaramillo
Husband of María Petronila de Zamora and Doña Francisca Gómez y Robledo
Father of Sargento Major Juan Antonio Lucero de Godoy; Catalina Lucero de Zamora; Joséfa de Zamora; Pedro Lucero de Godoy; Luisa Lucero de Godoy and 11 others
Half brother of Francisco Lucero de Godoy and Diego Lucero de Godoy

Occupation: Lieutenant Governor
Managed by: Ric Dickinson
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About Pedro "El Mozo" Lucero de Godoy

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 strict control over travelers coming into and leaving New Mexico. Very few family groups arrived in New Mexico in this period. Mainly single men were the new settlers. They married the daughter and granddaughters of the earlier settlers. In parenthesis is the earliest known year for which those families that can still be found in New Mexico appear in New Mexico records, with place of origin if known.

LUCERO de Godoy (1616, Mexico City, Neuva Espana); married into the Montoya family.


Tree info at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nmscgs/SOCORRO/wga33.html#I7924
Pedro Lucero de Godoy:

  • B: 1600 Ciudad de Mexico, Nueva Espana
  • M: Petronila de Zamora about 1621
  • D: Bef 1680 Nuevo Mejico, Nueva Espana

Noted events in his life and Other Information:

  • Families:

Spouse: Francisca Gomez Robledo (b: 1620-)

Son: Francisco Lucero de Godoy (b: 1638-)

Daughters: nez Lucero de Godoy (b: 1639-); Luisa Lucero de Godoy (b: 1639-); Maria Lucero de Godoy b: 1642-)

Spouse: Petronila de Zamora - de Montoya (b: 1602-)

Sons: Juan Lucero de Godoy (b: 1624-); Pedro Lucero de Godoy (b: 1635-)

Daughter: Catalina de Zamora - de Godoy (b: 1635)

Pedro Lucero de Godoy worked as a Lt. Governor and Commanding General of Royal Troops in New Mexico.

Pedro Lucero de Godoy was a native of Mexico City, where he had a brother, Francisco; another Diego, was a secular priest there.

Pedro was involved in most of the Church and Political intrigues in New Mexico of his time, although he managed to steer clear of unpleasant consequences experienced by others. By 1663, when he gave his age as sixty-three, he had attained the rank of Maese de Campo. In this same year he was Lieutenant Governor of the Kingdom, as well as, Syndic of the Franciscans.

His first wife was Petronila de Zamora, who married him, she later claimed, when she was eleven years old. To all apperaences, she was the Petronila listed as the youngest child of Bartolome Montoya and Maria de Zamora when they came to New Mexico in 1600. They had a daughter, Catalina, who married Diego Romero, son of Gaspar Perez, and also a son, Juan, also prominent in public affairs. Another son, Pedro, Alcalde of Santa Fe, at this time, (1663) might have been a child by Petronila, or else his second wife.

Pedro's second wife was Francisca Gomez Robledo, who was also active in affairs connected with the Palace of Governors, in Santa Fe. In 1663, they had five daughters "of Marriagable age," and the young Pedro, just mentioned. Another son, Francisco, figured in later historical events. One of the daughters, Maria, who was perhaps the youngest, became the wife of Lazaro de Misquia.

Two other Lucero women, Ynez, wife of Juan de la Escallada, and Luisa, married to Pedro Montoya de Esparza, were most likely his daughters, Pedro Lucero de Godoy, also had a stepson, Antonio de Salas.

Pedro died before the rebellion of 1680 and Francisca appears to be among the colonists who were massacred; from a statement by Diego Lucero de Godoy.




            
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Pedro "El Mozo" Lucero de Godoy's Timeline

1599
July 26, 1599
Ciudád de México, Reino de México, Reino de Nueva España
1622
1622
Age 22
Santa Fé, Provincia de Nueva México, Reino de Nueva España
1623
1623
Age 23
Santa Fé, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1626
1626
Age 26
1628
1628
Age 28
1642
1642
Age 42
1643
1643
Age 43
1644
1644
Age 44