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January Issue of Herencia Error

Some HGRC members received The January 2014 issue of Herencia with some miss-collated pages, and some of you had missing pages. If you have missing pages please contact Ronaldo Miera. I sincerely apologize for this error. -R.M.

 

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CURRENT ISSUE

Volume 21 Issue 2 April 2013:


  • • Sebastian de la Cruz—A Native American Colonist, by Miguel Torrez, Lorraine Aguilar, and Lori Awasthi
  • • Romero and Martinez Families: Loma Parda to Black Lake, by Juan Romero
  • • The Diary of Francisco Miera, Part V, by Epifanio “Mike” Miera
  • • Los Versos de Eduardo Montes Vigil (Composed August 5, 1909), submitted by Evangeline Donkersley
  • • Juan Dominguez de Mendoza: Soldier and Frontiersman of the Spanish Southwest, 1627-1693, by Marc Simmons and Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Top Ten Genealogy Books In My Library, by Patricia Sanchez Rau

 

INDEX OF ALL BACK ISSUES

1993 Herencia Back Issue

Volume 1 Issue 1 October 1993

  • • Letter from the President (Samuel Sisneros)
  • • Congratulatory Letter from State Historian Robert J. Torrez
  • • Laguna Baptisms, Gallup Diocese:1811-1833, by David Gonzalez
  • • Vacaville, California Founded by New Mexico’s Baca Family, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Genizaro Settlers in Lower Rio Abajo Quickly Followed by Spanish Families, by Carlos Lopopolo
  • • Captain Don Bartolome Baca, Governor of New Mexico, 1823-1825, by James Hugo Cabeza de Vaca
  • • Racial Mixtures, by Samuel Sisneros
  • • Oral Family History: A Foundation for Genealogical Research, by Pauline Chavez Bent and Ophelia Marquez
  • • The Genealogy of the Late Honorable Dennis Chavez of New Mexico, by Margaret Buxton
  • • Franciscan Missions of New Mexico: Custody of the Conversion of St. Paul, 1694-1850
  • • Hispanic Civil War Officers
  • • Mortality List, 1885, Socorro County, Territory of New Mexico, by Ed Schoolcraft
  • • Source Material for the Beginner, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Governors of New Mexico, 1598-1938, by Dr. Don Lucero
  • • El Camino Real de la Tierra Adentro, by Carlos Gomez
  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families"
  • (Captain Jose de Padilla, Sebastian de Salas, Juan Vasquez Coronado)

  • • Queries:
  • (Lobato, ; Valdez, Baca, Martinez, Sisneros; Apodaca, Garcia, Gonzales, Lovato, Tapia; Ortega, Mares)

NOTE - Volume 1 Issue 1 was the first and only issue published in 1993. There is NO Issue 2, 3, or 4 for the year 1993.

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1994 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 2 Issue 1 January 1994

  • • HGRC President (Samuel Sisneros) Letter
  • • Proclamation: Fray Angelico Chavez
  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families," by Felipe Mirabal
  • (Pedro Duran y Chavez, Miguel Garcia de La Riva, Brigida Garcia, Juan Garcia de la Riva, Fray Juan de Garcia,
    Juan Paez Hurtado, Diego Montoya, Carlos Jose Perez de Mirabal, Santiago Abreu)

  • • Extractions of Entierros Taken From the Libro de Difuntos de Ntra Sra de Guadalupe del Paso, 1663-1684, by Felipe Mirabal
  • • De Albuquerque a Alburquerque, by Ramon D. Gonzales
  • • Spanish New Mexico: Melting Pot or Mosaic?, by Paul Trujillo
  • • New Mexico's Zamora Family, by William Zamora
  • • The Contreras Family Mystery of the Rio Abajo, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Laguna Marriages, Diocese of Gallup: 1801-1847, by David Gonzales
  • • Queries:

    (Romero, Valdes, Marquez, Martin; Martin,
    Baca, Valdez; Barbera, Sanchez; Garcia de Noriega)

  • • HGRC Membership List
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Volume 2 Issue 2 April 1994

  • • Thank You to the Center for Regional Studies, UNM
  • • Diligencias Matrimoniales Discovered in Durango, Mexico Records, by Samuel Sisneros

    (Phelipe Guadalupe Montoya—Maria Rosa Carrillo;
    Juan Gallegos Baca—Maria de la Luz Tafoya;
    Mariano Martin—Barbara Rosalia Lopes)

  • • Lobato Family Origins in Sombrerete, Mexico, by Rick Hendricks, PhD
  • • The Descendants of Francisco Padilla and Francisca Guillen, Vecinos de la Villa de Santa Fe (married in 1731), by Daniel E. Martinez
  • • Genealogy of Edmundo Margarito Lucero, by Carlos Gomez
  • • Doña Eufemia, La Valerosa: the Great Martesia of Oñate’s Colony, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • San Miguel del Bado Grant, by Ernestino Tafoya
  • • Representative Raymond Sanchez Continues Family Tradition in Public Service, by David Gonzales and Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Nuevo Mexicanos Casados en El Paso, by Samuel Sisneros
  • (Miguel Garcia—Petra Paula Solado;
    Miguel Martin—Lorenza Benavidez;
    Miguel Saldana—Maria Pasquala Lucero;
    Jose Torrez—Maria Maese;
    Salvador Garcia—Maria Concepcion Veanes;
    Joaquin Gonzales—Juana Niño Ladron de Guevara (viuda de Nicolas Valencia);
    Jose Lucero de Godoi (viudo de Joaquina de la Peña)—Dominga Roibal;
    Juan Jojana (viudo de Josefa Rivera)—Manuela;
    Don Juan Nepomuceno [Gortazar]—Maria Anna Pino)

  • • Spanish Militia Enlistment Papers: (Jose Alexandro Aragon)
  • • Just Who was the Wife of Geronimo Marquez?, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Beyond "Origins," by Felipe Mirabal -(Cristobal de Anaya)
  • • Beyond "Origins," by David Gonzales -(Pedro Antonio Chavez)
  • • Spanish Militia Enlistment Papers: (Juan Aguilar)
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Volume 2 Issue 3 July 1994

  • • HGRC President (Samuel Sisneros) Letter / Thanks to Outgoing President (Samuel Sisneros)
  • • Blea/Diaz Family, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Diligencias Matrimoniales From the Durango Archives, by Francisco Sisneros
  • (Lorenzo Roman Garcia—Maria Dolores Luna;
    Hermenegildo Cisneros—Maria Rita Juliana Lucero;
    Tomas de Herrera—Maria Guadalupe Cisneros ;
    Antonio Sandoval—Ana Maria Rodriguez;
    Juan Nicolas de la Cruz Chaves—Juan de los Reyes Baca;
    Vicente Romero—Tomasa Trujillo ;
    Juan Jose Chaves (viudo de Maria Josefa Baca)—Maria Josefa Trujillo;
    Jose Montoya—Rosa Archuleta ;
    Jose Pablo Archuleta—Maria Barbara Lovato;
    Don Jose Luis Contreras—Doña Juana Catalina Chaves y Duran;
    Eusebio de Luna—Maria de la Luz Lucero ;
    Pedro Antonio Martinez—Dolores Abeytia ;
    Julian Antonio Lucero—Barabara Cisneros ;
    Miguel Chaves—Maria Lucia Montoya ;
    Domingo de Jesus Sanchez—Maria Guadalupe Baca;
    Manuel Mariano Trujillo—Maria Andrea Lucero ;
    Jose Agustin Cesario de la Peña (viudo de Maria Lorenza Gutierrez)—Maria Dolores Chaves ;
    Juan Bautista Gonzales—Maria Guadalupe Chaves ;
    Jose Antonio Sanchez—Maria Guadalupe Molina ;
    Jose Lucas Armijo—Barbara Ortiz ;
    Tomas Francisco Sanchez—Apolonia de Jesus Baca;
    Juan de la Trinidad Barela—Maria Josefa Chaves)

  • • Coronado: The Campsite, by Paul Trujillo
  • • Capitan Don Bernardo Miera y Pacheco, by Ronaldo Antonio Miera
  • • 1821 Census of Santa Fe (partial), by Lee Chavez and Ernestino Tafoya
  • • Spanish Enlistment Papers: (Dionisio Montaño-Contreras)
  • • In Search of:
  • (Lovato, Chavez, Sandoval, Martinez, Mora, Thomas Alva Edison,
    Elfego Baca, Aranda, Bueno, Saavedra, Toledo, Castelu,
    Joseph Lujan and Antonia Esquivel;
    children of Capitan Don Antonio Ulibarri and Doña Antonia Teresa Rael de Aguilar; et al)

  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families"
  • (Ambrosio Saez, Lucas Flores and Maria Ramos, Governor Alonso Pacheco de Heredia)

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Volume 2 Issue 4 October 1994

  • • Ancestry of the Claimants of the Antonio Martinez Land Grant, Taos, 1716, by Margaret Buxton
  • • 1717 Muster Roll at Santa Fe, by John B. Colligan
  • • Ancestors of Jacqueline Grace Ortega, by Jacqueline Grace Ortega y Garley
  • • Esquibel Families of Nineteenth Century New Mexico, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Spanish Militia Enlistments: (Antonio Esquibel, Jose Manuel Esquibel, Rafael Esquibel, Ventura Esquibel)
  • • Spanish Militia Enlistments: (Diego Zamora, Pablo Silva)
  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families," by Gerald Mandell
  • (Captain Antonio de Ulibarri, General Juan Dominguez de Mendoza)

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1995 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 3 Issue 1 January 1995

  • • Onofre Baca and His Brother Elfego Baca, by David Gonzales and Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • 1842 New Mexico Pioneers From Abiquiu, New Mexico to San Bernardino, California, by R. Bruce Harley, PhD
  • • The Esquibel Families of the Rio Abajo, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • "Los Franceses" of Seventeenth Century New Mexico: Jean L’Archeveque, Jacques Grolet, and Pedro Meusnier, by Paul Trujillo
  • • The Silva Family From the Valencia/Tome Area of New Mexico, by William Zamora
  • • Spanish Militia Enlistments: (Jose Leon Silva, Cristobal Tafoya)
  • • 1870 Census, Southern Apache Indian Country, Socorro County, New Mexico, by Edward Schoolcraft
  • • In Search of:
  • (Castillo, Miera, Saavedra, Torres, Chaves, Turrieta; Borrego, Chavez, Martin, Salazar, Chavez, Gonzales, Gallegos (Vallejos), Leal, Marquez, Martin, Montoya, Salazar, Vigil, Virela (sic)

  • • Spanish Militia Enlistments: (Andres Garcia, Francisco Chaves)
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Volume 3 Issue 2 April 1995

  • • Letter from Fray Angelico Chavez Regarding Juan de Oñate and Pedro de Peralta
  • • Some Descendants of Captain Hernan Martin Serrano, by Margaret Buxton
  • • Spanish Militia Enlistments: (Antonio Martinez, Jose Martin, Buenaventura Martin, Jose Martin)
  • • Juarez Cathedral Diligencias Matrimoniales, by Samuel Sisneros
  • (Juan de Dios Lucero de Godoi—Juana Luisa de Padilla;
    Antonio Fresqui—Maria Gertrudis de la Cruz;
    Nicolas de Archuleta—Manuela Holguin;
    Manuel Bernabe Provencio—Rosa Maria Telles Giron;
    Antonio Trujillo—Francisca Xabiera Sandoval;
    Miguel Begil—Maria Flores;
    Juan Jose—Maria Rosa ;
    Juan Antonio de Jesus Hurtado de Mendosa—Josefa Griego;
    Juan Antonio Gonzales—Maria Romona Lucero;
    Juan Ignacio Moya—Maria Josefa Madrid;
    Juan Carlos Santisteven—Maria Trinidad Lopez;
    Juan Cristobal Angel—Maria Petra Feliciana Apodaca;
    Jose Miguel Leiva—Maria Inez Sauseda;
    Antonio Jaramillo—Doña Simona Bernal ;
    Juan Felipe Trujillo—Maria Nicolasa Marquez;
    Doroteo Ruiz—Juana Orcasitas;
    Francisco Montaño—Doña Magdalena Lucero)

  • • Don Silvestre Mirabal: Western New Mexico’s Cattle and Sheep Baron, by Abe Peña
  • • Paternal Line Genealogy of Francisco Sisneros, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Colonel Manuel Antonio Chavez, “El Leoncito” de Cebolleta: A True American Hero, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Don Bernardo Duran y Chaves, Casado Con Doña Maria Francisca Quintana, y Su Hermano Don Hernando Duran y Chaves, Casado Con Doña Maria Antonia Sanchez, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Cristobal Baca, Casado Con Barbara Ballejos, y Cristobal Baca, Casado Con Maria Ursula Sanchez, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Sena Family Reunion, San Luis, Colorado, by R. Velasquez
  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families"
  • (Garcia de Alviar, Don Juan Dionisio Baca)

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Volume 3 Issue 3 July 1995

  • • Don Pedro Ignacio Gallego, Jose Vicente Villanueva, y Cavo Juan Lucero and the Beginnings of Trade on the Santa Fe Trail, by Harry C. Myers
  • • The Honorable Padre Jose Manuel Gallegos
  • • The Thirty-One Seboyeta (Cebolleta) Land Grantees, by David Gonzales
  • • The Tigua Indians of Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, Cousins of New Mexico’s Tiwa Isleta Indians
  • • Juarez Cathedral Diligencias Matrimoniales and Burials, by Samuel Sisneros
  • (Burials: Maria de Chaves ,
    Francisco de Tapia ,
    Salvador Salazar,
    Capitan Francisco Casados ,
    Juaquin Barela ,
    Joseph Trujillo ,
    Matias Carabajal ,
    Antonio Trujillo ,
    Cristobal Griego,
    Juan Ximenes ,
    Antonio Tafoya,
    Miguel Crespin ,
    Mateo Fernandez ,
    Vicente Baela,
    Bernardo de Sena ,
    Don Manuel Saenz Garvizu ,
    Thadeo Torres ,
    Pedro Trujillo ,
    Juan de Anaya,
    Manuel Tenorio,
    Alexandro Benavides,
    Joseph Lujan ,
    Jose Antonio Tapia,
    Jose Chavez ,
    Jose Antonio Martinez,
    Juan Antonio Trujillo,
    Ignacio Moya ,
    Pablo Velasco)

    (Diligencias Matrimoniales:
    Miguel Garcia—Pilar Silva;
    Jose Garcia—Maria Juana Sinecia;
    Don Jesus Maria Chavez—Doña Maria de la Luz Torres;
    Jose Sanchez—Paulina Chavez;
    Atilano Baca—Maria Mauricia Otero;
    Jose Maria Fresquis—Maria de los Remdios Ortiz;
    Francisco Esquibel—Bernardina Silva;
    Refugio Chavez—Nestora Otero)

  • • Spanish Militia Enlistments:
  • (Pablo Juan Archibeque, Antonio Armijo, Juan Armijo)

  • • San Agustin de la Isleta Marriages, 1849-1853, by Samuel Sisneros
  • • Western New Mexico’s Sheep vs. Cattle Conflict Causes Old West Style Death to F. W. Sharp in 1924 (The Isa Garcia Story), by David Gonzales and Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Alvino Salas and Elvira Baca: Romance on the Rio Grande, by Gloria Grice y Salas de Richardson
  • • Juana Baca "La Vieja," by Ernest Sanchez
  • • Jorge de Vera Chart, by Barbara A. Martinez
  • • Juan (Manuel) Saiz and Doña Josefa (Otero) Chavez: Grantees of the La Joya de Sevilleta Land Grant (May 29, 1819), by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • In Search of:
  • (Apodaca, Romero; Cruz, Gabaldon, Romero,
    Ortega, Montes Vigil, Sena, Romero)

  • • Letters, Opinions, etc.
  • • Errata
  • • HGRC Membership
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Volume 3 Issue 4 October 1995

  • • Beyond “Origins of New Mexico Families,” by Mario de Chavez Jacobson
  • (Vasquez de Lara)

  • • The Sanchez/Padilla Families of Lincoln County, New Mexico, by George A. Sanchez
  • • Toward Understanding Spanish and Mexican Land Grants in New Mexico, by Orlando Naranjo
  • • New Mexico’s Aranda y Tafoya/Aranda y Saavedra, and Saavedra Families, by Margaret Buxton and Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • New Mexico Census Summaries for 1793 and 1795, by John B. Colligan
  • • Los Ortegas, Vecinos de la Plaza del Sabinal de Belen, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Spanish Militia Enlistments: (Jose Gutierrez, Jose Rafael Perea)
  • • New Mexicans in Juarez Cathedral Diligencias Matrimoniales, by Samuel Sisneros
  • (Juan Tomas Alderete—Magdalena Duran;
    Juan Barela—Doña Margarita Lucero de Godoi;
    Salvador Padilla—Doña Rosa Maria Lopes;
    Luis Maese—Clara Gamboa;
    Francisco Maese—Josefa de Martinez;
    Vicente Duran—Estefana Maese;
    Tomas de Venavides—Maria Antonia Cordero;
    Cayetano de la Rosa—Maria Persingula (?) ;
    Marcial Rodriguez—Gertrudis Gomes;
    Alexandro Padilla—Candelaria Telles;
    Joseph de Horcasitas—Juana Telles Jiron;
    Don Juan Antonio Peres Velarde—Doña Jazinta Valencia;
    Francisco Xavier Cordero—Florentina Alderete;
    Cristobal de Leyba—Brianda Dolores Lopes;
    Asencio Raymundo Almasan—Alfonza Rosa Sonca?;
    Juan Luis Brito—Josepha Valencia;
    Nicolas Gonzales—Jacinta ________;
    Miguel Manuel Marquez—Marical Lucero;
    Isidro Trujillo—Maria Thomasa Duran;
    Juan Luis Montaño—Francisca Contreras;
    Jose Marcos Baca—Maria de los Dolores Esperanza;
    Jose Juaquin Gonzales del Campo—Maria Francisca Duran de Armijo;
    Juan Miguel Albares del Castillo—Doña Rosalia Garcia de Noriega;
    Alonzo Garcia—Maria Felipa de la Cruz;
    Bernardo Sandoval—Juana Rivera;
    Miguel Saldaña—Maria Pasquala Lucero;
    Antonio Silverio Chaves—Maria Josefa Parra;
    Miguel Martin—Lorenza Venavides;
    Don Manuel Delgado—Maria Josepha de Garcia;
    Joseph Torres—Maria Maese;
    Juan Jose Policarpo Fuentes—Maria Anastacia Fernandez;
    Antonio Coca—Maria Cirilia Portillo;
    Jose Ramon Aragon—Doña Tersa Gallegos;
    Don Jose Longino Diaz—Doña Lazara Castrillo;
    Don Juan Cristobal Sanchez—Doña Maria de Jesus Garcia;
    Domingo Anaya—Marcelina Gonzales;
    Juan Gonzales—Maria Merced Pedraza;
    Florencio Molina—Maria Maxima Chaves;
    Don Jesus Luna—Doña Maria Octaviana Garcia;
    Santiago Esquibel—Vicenta Campos)

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1996 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 4 Issue 1 January 1996

  • • Albuquerque City Councilman Michael Brasher: A Descendant of Capitan Sebastian Martin Serrano and Other Prominent New Mexicans, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Charts: Martin Serrano, Martin Barba, Lucero de Godoy, Garcia, Trujillo, Hurtado, Gonzales, Duran (de la Cruz), Archibeque, Duran y Chaves, by Daniel and Barbara Martinez
  • • Would the Real Jose Mauricio Sanchez Stand Up?, by Ernest J. Sanchez
  • • Diligencias Matrimoniales de Cusihuiriachic, Chihuahua, by Samuel Sisneros
  • (Capitan Francisco de Archuleta—Antonia Ramires Acheros;
    Don Joseph de Albisu—Maria Campusano;
    Juan de Salazar Achero—Maria de Trujillo;
    Tomas Ramires—Mariana de Apodaca;
    Diego de la Cruz—Maria Beronica ________;
    Sebastian de Herrera—Doña Antonia Chaves;
    Juan Salvador de Villanueva—Doña Juana de la Escallada y Castillo;
    Salvador Rodriguez—Marcela de Carbajal;
    Joseph de la Piedad—Maria Suares;
    Diego de la Cruz—Margarita de la Cruz;
    Miguel Cristobal—Antonia Marquez;
    Antonio de Chavez—Josepha Cortes de Arzate;
    Juan de Thalavera—Maria de la O;
    Francisco Madrid—Maria de la Cruz;
    Cristobal Naranjo—Casilda Perea;
    Lucas Lujan—Rosalia de Rebalcaba;
    Juan Lucero—Maria Evora;
    Don Julian Nieto—Doña Maria Decideria Montoya)

  • • Salazar and Hinojos Family Ties, by Samuel Sisneros
  • • The Descendants of Sebastian de Salas: Natural de Sevilla de los Reinos de Castilla, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Letters, Opinions, Searches, etc.
  • • Errata
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Volume 4 Issue 2 April 1996

  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families," by John B. Colligan
  • (Montes Vigil)

  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families," by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • (Maria de la Luz Garcia - mother of Col. Manuel Antonio Chavez and Roman A. Baca)

  • • The Genealogy of Albuquerque Mayor Martin Chavez and First Lady Margarita Aragon de Chavez, by David Gonzales and Jonathan A. Ortega.
  • • Teresa McBride, by David Gonzales and Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • The Ancestry of Buenaventura de Esquibel, ca. 1570-1684 (Part I), by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Follow-up to Don Silvestre Mirabal, by David Gonzales
  • • A Second Look at Captain Antonio de Ulibarri, Alcalde de Santa Fe, by Gerald Mandell
  • • San Mateo Springs Grants, February 5, 1768, by Abe Peña
  • • Ortiz Family History, by Bill Zamora
  • • Errata, Volume 3, Issue Four
  • • 1704 Santa Fe Tool Distribution List Actually Made Circa 1712, by Elias Armijo and John B. Colligan
  • • Errata: Origins and Herencia, by Daniel E. Martinez
  • • Family Charts (Captain Francisco Trebol Navarro, Diego Montoya), by Daniel and Barbara Martinez
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Volume 4 Issue 3 July 1996

  • • Beyond “Origins of New Mexico Families,” by Ernestino Tafoya and Maria Martinez

    (Nicolas Ortiz and Mariana Coronado;
    Manuel Vallejo and Gertrudis Lopez ;
    Antonio de Silva and Gregoria Ruiz)

  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families”
  • (Vasquez de Lara (Alcala y Orozco)

  • • Padre Antonio Jose Martinez: the Priest and the Man, by Jose Lorenzo Gallegos
  • • San Agustin de la Isleta Baptisms, 1854 -1856, by Samuel Sisneros
  • • 1818 Military Census of Santa Fe Presidio, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • The Ancestry of Buenaventura de Esquibel, ca. 1570-1684 (Part II), by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Herencia Journal Index
  • • Antonio Montoya Chart, by B. A. Martinez
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Volume 4 Issue 4 October 1996

  • • Hispanic Soldiers in the Civil War, by Jacqueline Dorgan Meketa
  • • Trinidad, Colorado Founded by Tome’s Baca Family, by Richard Reyes
  • • The Ancestry of Jose Marcial Torres (Toledo), by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • Tome and Valencia Baptisms, December 1825-February 1852, by Margie Trujillo and Ronaldo Miera
  • • San Antonio del Sabinal Marriages, December 1854-April 1855, by Margie Trujillo and Ronaldo Miera
  • • The Lincoln County Sanchez Family, by Bill Zamora
  • • Letters, Opinions, Searches, etc
  • • Various Chihuahua Extractions, by Samuel Sisneros
  • (Marriages:
    Pedro Ortiz—Andrea Hernandez;
    Juan de Santiago—Lucia ________;
    Pedro de Isaguirre—Antonia de la Cruz;
    Antonio de Vergara—Juliana de la Peña;
    Pedro Gomez—Maria Martin Barba;
    Antonio Padilla—Maria Rosa Luxan;
    Diego Marcelino Marquez de Ayala—Doña Juana de Carbajal;
    Miguel de Huertas—Manuela Geronima Garcia;
    Francisco Antonio de Anza— ___________;
    Francisco Jaramillo—Antonia___________;
    Francisco Sandoval—Paula Valencia;
    Antonio Cortes—Maria Francisca Armenta;
    Jacinto Trujillo—Andrea Josefa Billegas;
    Don Francisco Peres Serrano—Doña Guadalupe de Aguirre;
    Pablo Moraga—Maria Guadalupe Garcia;
    Jose Martin Espalin—Patricia Barela;
    Juan Ignacio Archuleta—Maria Bitalia Apodaca;
    Juan Garcia—Ana Maria Lucero;
    Vivente Garcia—Micaela Lucero;
    Juan Ysidro Burule—Maria Petra Lujan;
    Tomas Garcia—Perfecta Gemente;
    Juan Rael—Juana Alderete;
    Jose Manuel Romero—Maria Nicolasa Gomez;
    Santiago Ortiz—Anacacia Xiron)

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1997 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 5 Issue 1 January 1997

  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families," by Ernestino Tafoya
  • (Juana de Medina, Nicolas Ortiz)

  • • Estancia Springs Shootout, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Implications for Descendants of Two Supposed Children of Captain Don Nicolas Duran Chaves, by John B. Colligan
  • • Letters, Opinion, Searches, etc.
  • • An Irish Dragoon in New Mexico, by Victoria Sanchez
  • • Cristoval Garcia, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • Maria de la Ascencion de Jesus Torres: A Coyota of Quality, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • Letters, Opinions, Searches, etc
  • • Capitan Alonso de Moraga, by Raclare Kanal
  • • We Are Indeed All Primos
  • • Miscellaneous San Miguel del Bado Church Records, by Ed Schoolcraft and Ernestino Tafoya
  • • Lost Marriage Records From San Felipe de Neri, by Ed Schoolcraft
  • • The Genealogy of Victoria Perea (Sedillo), Albuquerque City Councilor, by Bill Zamora
  • • Felipe Montoya Chart, by B. A. Martinez
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Volume 5 Issue 2 April 1997

  • • Research Breakthroughs:
  • (Mascareñas, Bernal, Cordova y Fernandez, Espinoza, Saiz)

  • • Juliana Tafoya, Mother of Catalina Aranda y Tafoya, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • Matias Lujan and Francisca Romero Chart, by B. A. Martinez
  • • Ancestry of Manuela Jaramillo and Gertrudis Benavides, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • The Evolution of One Silva Family, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • 1694 Recruitment List of Zacatecas (Mateo de Aranda)
  • • Two Women Named Juana Hurtado, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • Errata, Vol. 5, Issue 1
  • • Galvan-Hurtado of Zia Pueblo, Hurtado, Extended Hurtado Family Charts, by Barbara A. Martinez
  • • 1764 and 1765 Census of San Gabriel de Las Nutrias (Northern Socorro County), by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Some Pre-World War I Grave Markers in Central New Mexico, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Heirs of Capitan Diego de Padilla, by Carlos Lopopolo
  • • Misc. Alderete Family Records (D.M.s and Death Records), 1729 to 1961, by Ed Schoolcraft
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Volume 5 Issue 3 July 1997

  • • 1790 Taos Census, by Ernestino Tafoya and Ronaldo Miera
  • • The Bueno Family of New Mexico, 1751-1850, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Ancestry of George A. Sanchez y Gurule, by George A, Sanchez
  • • A View of New Mexico's Candelarias, 1692-1750, by Margaret Buxton
  • • Margaret Buxton Honored
  • • New Mexico Land Grants, by Ed Schoolcraft
  • • Editorial Responses "Racial Classifications"
  • • Dates, Dates, and More Dates, by B. A. Martinez
  • • Herencia Index April 1996 - April 1997, by Ed Schoolcraft
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Volume 5 Issue 4 October 1997

  • • Torivio Villalpando: Interpreter of the Comanche Nation, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • A Line From Jose Trujillo and Antonio Lujan, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • Ancestry of Leroy (Lee) Chavez, by Lee Chavez
  • • The Genealogy of Domingo Cruz “Mingo” Chavez of Lincoln County, by William Zamora
  • • Dow, Elwell and Pohl, Hispanic Families?, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • A Brief History of a Castillo - Lujan Family from the Rio Abajo, by William Zamora
  • • Editor Note Regarding the Parents of Fernando Duran y Chaves II
  • • The Great New Mexico Pedigree Database Project, by Eddie Jaramillo
  • • Some Descendants of Juan Francisco Gutierrez and Maria Dolores Aranda de Savedra de Sandia, by Robert and Nancy Anderson
  • • The Family of Patrick Garrett: 1900 U.S. Census for Las Cruces, Doña Ana County
  • • Miscellaneous Taos Baptisms, by Ed J. Schoolcraft
  • • Jose Antonio Apodaca, Casado Con Maria Andrea Candelaria, Maria Bernarda Tafoya, y Maria Isabel Vigil, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Letters, Opinions, Searches, etc.
  • • Doña Maria Francisca Gallego Chart, by Barbara A. Martinez
  • • Lucia Montoya Chart, by Barbara A. Martinez
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1998 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 6 Issue 1 January 1998

  • • Domenici Introduces Cuartocentenario Resolution
  • • Parentage of Capitan Cristobal Baca's Wife - Ana Ortiz
  • • A Chavez Line for Vic Chavez of Wichita, Kansas, by Margaret Buxton
  • • Francisco Vallejos AKA Francisco Juipe, a Challenging Search in the Gila, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • A Montaño to Maldonado Metamorphosis, or “Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave, by Robert B. Isaac
  • • 1684 El Paso Census
  • • A List of the Soldiers of the Presidio of San Jose in the Province of New Mexico in the Year of 1684
  • • 1684 El Paso del Norte Presidio Muster
  • • Letters to Herencia
  • • Origin of the Term Genizaro / Genizara, by Margaret Buxton
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Volume 6 Issue 2 April 1998

  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families," by Ernestino Tafoya
  • (Jose Romo de Vera)

  • • Holguin Coat of Arms, by John M. Garcia
  • • Holguin and Montes Vigil, by John M. Garcia
  • • A Brief Description of Hidalguia, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Bueno Family Genealogy Revisited, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Editor Note Regarding Bueno Family
  • • Santa Fe Presidio Muster List, June 3, 1715, by Ronaldo Miera and Francisco Sisneros
  • • The Identity of Maria Martin, The Wife of Salvador Garcia Noriega, by Margaret Buxton
  • • A Direct Line to Pedro Martin Serrano (Also a Look at Francisco Valdes y Bustos), by Margaret Buxton
  • • A Line from Jose Armijo and Catalina Duran, Natives of Zacatecas, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • Juana Rita Baca and Juan Nepomuceno Montoya/Trujillo, by Margaret Buxton
  • • Escondida Cemetery (Socorro County), by Victoria Sanchez
  • • Letters, etc.
  • • Marriage Record of Jose Pole (Pohl) and Josefa Padilla
  • • Available Research Tools
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Volume 6 Issue 3 July 1998

  • • New Mexico's Aragon Family, by Damien Aragon
  • • The Great New Mexico Pedigree Database Continues to Grow, by Eddie Jaramillo
  • • Computer Genealogy Programs for Beginners or Experts, by Eddie Jaramillo
  • • Muster of Presidial Soldiers and Civilians, 1705, by Order of Governor Francisco Cuervo y Valdes, by David H. Snow
  • • Ciboleros y Campañeros, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • An Unplaced Candelaria, by Margaret Buxton
  • • Pedro Otero (Duran y Chaves), by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Herencia Journal Index
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Volume 6 Issue 4 October 1998

  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families," by Ernestino Tafoya
  • (Simon de Molina Mosquera)

  • • Papers of Merit and Service of 17th Century New Mexico Citizens, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Urdiñola, "Conquistador de Nuevo Mejico" Instead of Don Juan de Oñate? by EL Torres
  • • In Honor of our Ancestors, by Gilbert Maldonado
  • • The Origin of One Jaramillo Line, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • Jojola: An Indian Ancestry, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • Regarding Two Men Named Francisco Valdez, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • Luis Maria Cabeza de Baca, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Santa Fe Militia, December 18, 1800, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • 1940 Sabinal, New Mexico Map
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1999 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 7 Issue 1 January 1999

  • • Damasio Provencher, "El Padre de los Pobres," Assassinated in San Rafael, New Mexico on November 6, 1888, by David Gonzales
  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families," by Ernestino Tafoya
  • (Armijo)

  • • Beyond Origins of New Mexico Families: The Web Site, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Beyond ONMF Volume 1, Part 1, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • (Arellano, Baca, Benavides,
    Castellano, Crespin , Dominguez,
    Espinosa, Fresquis, Gallegos,
    Gonzales Bernal, Lujan, Madrid, Moraga)

  • • Beyond "Origins of New Mexico Families," by Ernestino J. Sánchez
  • (The Cristobal Colon (Christopher Columbus), Francisco Vasquez Coronado, Francisco Enriques (Duque de Alburquerque) Connection to Doña Ana María Ortiz)

  • • A Martin Lineage, by Margaret Buxton
  • • Taos Native Brings Story of Chimayó to Museum (Albuquerque Journal)
  • • Addition to Urdiñola, "Conquistador de Nuevo Mejico" Instead of Don Juan de Oñate?, by Lamberto Armijo
  • • Land Grant Records as a Genealogical Resource or Cabeza de Baca Revisited, by Jonathan Ortega and Ronaldo Miera
  • • Pesos de la Tierra vs U.S. Dollars, by Robert Baldonado Isaac
  • • My Grandparents, Soledad Duran y Clemente Chavez, by Dorothy Chavez-Wiskup
  • • Some Descendants of Capitan Diego de Padilla, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Newly Discovered Marriages from the Parish of San Marcial
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Volume 7 Issue 2 April 1999

  • • In Memory of Margaret L. Buxton
  • • A Vigil Line, by Margaret Buxton
  • • Pedro Otero y Vicente Otero de Valencia, Nuevo Mexico - A Rebuttal, by Ernest J. Sanchez
  • • Beyond Origins of New Mexico Families: The Web Site, Volume I, Part 2, compiled by José Antonio Esquibel
  • (Montoya, Paredes, Peña, Perez Granillo,
    Rodarte, Saes, Varela Jaramillo, Vasquez de Lara)

  • • Consider the El Paso del Norte Connection, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Letters, etc., tribute to Ernie Jaskolski
  • • A Count of Hispanic New Mexican Dead, Captured and Missing During the Pueblo Indian Uprising and Massacre of 1680, by F. Luis Carabantes
  • • Diego de Vargas Distribution of Livestock and Supplies, Santa Fe, 1 May 1697, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Letters, etc.
  • Correction to the name "Morja" which should be "Morga" Vaca, Baca, de Vaca, Cabeza de Baca, C de Baca, etc.

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Volume 7 Issue 3 July 1999

  • • Beyond “Origins of New Mexico Families,” by Gloria Sanchez
  • (Don Balthazar Dominguez de Mendoza)

  • • A Lujan-Sosa Problem Solved, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Another Ortega Line: Mateo de Ortega and Antonia Lujan, by Luis A. Passalacqua-Christian
  • • The Will of Maria Reyes Gutierres, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Mid 1800s Migration Patterns from the Rio Grande to San Juan (St. John's) and Concho in the Arizona Territory, by Pauline Chavez Bent
  • • East Central Arizona First Settled by New Mexicans - Concho, St. John's and Springerville, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Letters, etc.
  • • Herencia Journal Index
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Volume 7 Issue 4 October 1999

  • • More About Diego de Vera Perdomo, by John B. Colligan
  • • El Rayado de Los Valdez's, by John Peña y Lujan, y Marcia Peña y Lujan de Thompson
  • • Chavez, a Distinctive American Clan of New Mexico - Pride or Prejudice?, by Robert C. de Baca
  • • Robert H. Stapleton of Socorro, by Victoria Sanchez
  • • The St. Lawrence Day Massacre Victims, by Luis (Carabantes) Brandtner
  • • More on the Cabeza de Vaca Debate, by George C’ de Baca
  • • Mi Linaje-Una Gran Familia, by Geraldine LaPierre
  • • Chavez Coat of Arms, by Prof. J. M. Tolman and R. D. Gonzales
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2000 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 8 Issue 1 January 2000

  • • Beyond “Origins,” by Francisco Sisneros
  • (Pino Family Records) (Part I)

  • • The 1720 Don Pedro Villasur Expedition, by Benceslado Lopez Jr.
  • • Bernardo de Miera y Pacheco: Unsung Mapmaker Blazes Path Through Southwest, by Micaela Seidel
  • • Medina Women: 1743 Cundiyo Grant, by Isabelle Medina Sandoval
  • • Raised on New Mexico's Jornada del Muerto, by Fermin-Fermon Torres
  • • Untangling Your Ancestral Roots - A Genealogy Primer, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Stirring the Ants, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Letters, etc.
  • • Genealogical Research in Zacatecas, by John P. Schmal
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Volume 8 Issue 2 April 2000

  • • Beyond “Origins,” by Francisco Sisneros and Ernestino Tafoya
  • (Pino Family Records) (Part II)

  • • Beyond “Origins,” by Robert D. Martinez and J. Richard Salazar
  • (Pino and Rael de Aguilar)

  • • Governor Rosas: Mystery and Murder in 1642 Santa Fe (Part I), by Isabelle Medina Sandoval
  • • Governor Rosas: Mystery and Murder in 1642 Santa Fe, The 1661 Telles Jiron Connection (Part II), by Isabelle Medina Sandoval
  • • Some Descendants of Captain Diego de Medina, by Benceslado Lopez, Jr.
  • • Which Antonio Gurule married Teresa Gallegos?, by George A. Sanchez y Gurule and Angela Lewis
  • • Letters, etc.
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Volume 8 Issue 3 July 2000

  • • Mariño Family Records, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Geronimo Marquez, by Marlin Aker, Jr.
  • • Carriaga, by John M. Garcia
  • • A History of the Naranjos of Northern New Mexico, by Orlando A. Naranjo
  • • Rio Abajo and Rio Arriba, by Daniel E. Martinez
  • • Letters, etc.
  • • Herencia Journal Index
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Volume 8 Issue 4 October 2000

  • • Beyond “Origins of New Mexico Families,” by Patsy Mendoza Castro de Ludwig
  • (Dominguez de Mendoza)

  • • Manuel Romero and Manuel Marquez, Are They the Same Person?, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • From Duran y Chavez to Martinez, by Daniel E. Martinez
  • • A Padilla Family of Rio Arriba, by Daniel E. Martinez
  • • An Ortiz Legacy, by Geraldine Ana Ortiz LaPierre
  • • La Villa de Santa Cruz, by Henrietta Martinez Christmas
  • • Letters, etc.
  • • Two Maria Guadalupes, by B.A. Martinez
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2001 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 9 Issue 1 January 2001

  • • Beyond “Origins of New Mexico Families,” by Francisco Sisneros
  • (Pedro Ignacio Pino)

  • • A Guide to the Sacramental Records of the Diocese of Gallup (1777-1920), by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Ancestors of Bartolome Olguin I (Part 1), by Benceslado Lopez Jr.
  • • A Southern New Mexico Chavez Line, by Nemecio Ramirez Chavez
  • • Capt. Tomas Lopez Holguin, by Benceslado Lopez Jr.
  • • Nicolas Martin, by Margaret L. Buxton
  • • Padre Antonio Jose Martinez’ Abuelo Paterno: Teniente Don Jose Martin, by Daniel D. Martinez
  • • New Mexico’s Perea Family, by Angelo Cervantes
  • • El Sacristan Mayor Bartolome Marquez y Maria Damiana Micaela Duran, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Francisco Javier Duran y Chavez, by Luis Gilberto Padilla y Baca
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Volume 9 Issue 2 April 2001

  • • Beyond “Origins,” by Francisco Sisneros with Ernestino Tafoya
  • (Fray Antonio Gabaldon and Juan Manuel Gabaldon)

  • • The Moya Family Records to New Spain, 1599-1600, by José Antonio Esquibel
  • • A Few Northern New Mexicans: Ancestors of Bartolome Olguin I (Part II), by Benceslado Lopez Jr.
  • • Family History of Samuel Mascareñas of Colorado, by Juanita Mascareñas Rutherford
  • • The Massacre of Jose Manuel Martin, Jr., Jose Basilio Martin, Juan Manuel Salazar, Antonio Maria Archuleta, J. Maria Martin, Francisco Castillo, and Jose Blas near Abiquiu, New Mexico, on January 3, 1850, by Leroy D. Moloney
  • • The San Luis Valley of Colorado: A Short Partial History, by Marlin Aker, Jr.
  • • Another Look at New Mexico’s Perea Family, by Angel Cervantes
  • • Beyond “Origins of New Mexico Families,” by Earnest J. Sanchez
  • (Fernando Duran y Chaves II)

  • • A Mis-Identification of Francisco Xavier Duran y Chaves, by Luis Brandtner
  • • In Search of Anselmo Ortega, Miguel Salas, and Simon de Ortega, by Jonathan A. Ortega
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Volume 9 Issue 3 July 2001

  • • 1852 Census of San Ignacio, Research by Samuel Sisneros (Submitted by Francisco Sisneros)
  • • Who Were the Settlers of the Socorro Town Land Grant?, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Marriage Investigation of Juan de Alderete and Maria Galindo de Castro, by Ernestino Tafoya
  • • Missing Links No Longer, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • (Jose Marquez and Petra Yturrieta;
    Florencio Padilla and Maria Francisca Valdez;
    Juan Antonio Baca and Petronila Garcia Jurado;
    Juan Jose Lujan and Maria Antonia Esquibel)

  • • Genealogy of Joe Marquez, vecino de Belen, nativo de Tome
  • • Herencia Journal Index
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Volume 9 Issue 4 October 2001

  • • The Roybal Family of New Mexico, by Robert D. Martinez
  • • Descendants of Pedro Sanchez de Yñigo, by Patricia Sanchez Rau and Henrietta Martinez Christmas
  • • La Familia Garcia (de Noriega), by Geraldine Anna Ortiz LaPierre
  • • The Girards of New Mexico and Colorado, by Marlin Aker, Jr.
  • • Late 16th and Early 17th Century Historical References to New Mexico, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Ancestors of Luisa Silva of Sabinal, by Jonathan A. Ortega
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2002 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 10 Issue 1 January 2002

  • • The 1749 Will of Francisco Ortiz, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • The Will of Gertrudis Montoya, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Some Descendants of Don Diego Vasquez Borrego, by Daniel E. Martinez
  • • Some Descendants of Jose de la Cruz Crespin, by Virginia Sanchez
  • • Brigadier General Jose Maria del Socorro Chavez, by Marlin Aker, Jr.
  • • Origins of Manuel Jorge From His Last Will and Testament, by Gilbert T. Maldonado, translated by Ernestino Tafoya and Patricia Tafoya
  • • Genealogy of a Bustamante Family of the Rio Abajo, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • The Vikings of Spanish Colonial New Mexico, by Gilbert T. Maldonado
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Volume 10 Issue 2 April 2002

  • • The Family of New Mexico’s Don Juan de Baca, by Luis Gilberto Padilla y Baca
  • • More Information on the Genealogy of the Alcalde (early 1700s) of Santa Fe, Captain don Antonio de Ulibarri, by Ernestino Tafoya
  • • Family Record Book of Juan Andres Mascareñas, La Joya de Sevilleta, 1805-1845, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Genealogy of Captain Saturnino Baca, the Father of Lincoln County, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Manuel Jorge and Ana de Vera, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • La Genealogia de Dos Abuelas con el Apellido Salazar, by Geraldine Ana Ortiz LaPierre
  • • The 1762 Will of Juana Romero, Wife of Nicolas Chaves and Cristobal Montoya, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
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Volume 10 Issue 3 July 2002

  • • Socorro and La Joya (Sevilleta) Civil War Era Muster Rolls, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Ancestors of Jose Valentin Torres, by Ronald Roman
  • • Some Descendants of Manuel Miera y Pacheco: Two Josef Antonios and Ana Maria, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Sandoval Martinez to Martinez: Twelve Generations Connected, by Daniel E. Martinez
  • • My Mexican Brother "Chavalo," by George A. Sanchez
  • • Herencia Journal Index
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Volume 10 Issue 4 October 2002

  • • The Padilla Family in the 16th and 17th Centuries, by Francisco Sisneros and ErnestinoTafoya
  • • Los Benavides de Nuevo Mexico, by Henrietta Martinez Christmas and Antoinette Duran Silva
  • • The Stealing of Mexican Land Grants by the American Government, Lawyers and Land Speculators, with a Historical [Look?] on the Anton Chico Land Grant, by Louie H. Tapia
  • • A Trio of Micaelas, One for Ignacio, One for José, and One for Pascual, by Carlos A. Barrreras
  • • The Marriage of Antonio Enriquez and Maria Domínguez de Mendoza, by Dan Shelden
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2003 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 11 Issue 1 January 2003

  • • The Romero Family of Seventeenth Century New Mexico (Part I), by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Family of Juana Lujan: Her Legacy and Her Descendants, by Henrietta Martinez Christmas and Patricia Sanchez Rau
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Volume 11 Issue 2 April 2003

  • • The Descendents of Juana Lujan (Part 2): Francisco Gomez del Castillo, by Henrietta Martinez Christmas and Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Antonio Xavier Madrid Service Record, by Henrietta Martinez Christmas
  • • Wills of a Father and Son and a Contribution to the American Revolution, by Virginia Sanchez
  • • Notes on the Tenorio de Alba Family of Zacatecas, by Robert Martinez
  • • The Marriage of Two Cousins in 1784 (Julian Padilla), by B.A. Martinez
  • • Corrections and Other Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 11 Issue 3 July 2003

  • • The Romero Family of Seventeen Century New Mexico (Part 2), by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Descendants of Juana Lujan (Part 3): Juan Lujan Gomez del Castillo, by Henrietta Christmas and Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • A Matrilineal Martin Line: Descendants of Pascuala Martin, by Orae Dominguez
  • • Manuel de Silva's Birth and Death (Abt Oct. 1693 - 14 Aug. 1720), by Sylvia Silva
  • • Proclamation Executive Order, HGRC-NM Ten Year Anniversary, by Mayor Martin Chavez
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Volume 11 Issue 4 October 2003

  • • The Roybal Family of New Mexico, 1693 – 1825, by Mona Hernandez
  • • The Descendants of Juana Lujan (Part 4): Unconnected Families, by Henrietta Christmas and Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • A Further Study of Jose Duran y Chaves and His Two Wives, With Some New Conclusions, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Notes on Diego Vasquez Borrego of Zacatecas, by Robert Martinez
  • • Beyond “Origins,” by Marilyn Britton, submitted by Ronaldo Miera
  • (The Marriage of Bernardo de Miera y Pacheco and Estefania Dominguez)

  • • Comments and Corrections, by Ronaldo Miera
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2004 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 12 Issue 1 January 2004

  • • Vega y Coca / de la Vega / Laso de la Vega y Vique / Coca, 1693-1800 (Part I), by Mona Hernandez, Eduardo Morga, and Gloria Trujillo
  • • Some Evidence in Support of Diligencia #13, Julian Gallegos and Maria Gregoria Garcia Jurado, by Joe Gallegos
  • • The Will of Francisco Afan de Ribera, by Robert Martinez and Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Primary vs. Secondary Sources; The Do’s and Don’ts to Consider Before Publishing Your Research, and What You Need to Know When Researching Your Family, by Mona Hernandez
  • • Beyond “Origins of New Mexico Families,” Research by Marilyn Britton, Submitted by Ronaldo Miera
  • (The Marriage of Bernardo Miera y Pacheco and Estefania Dominguez de Mendoza)

  • • Comments and Corrections, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 12 Issue 2 April 2004

  • • Vega y Coca / de la Vega / Laso de la Vega y Vique / Coca, 1693-1800 (Part II), by Mona Hernandez and Gloria Trujillo
  • • A Sephardim Ancestry, by Geraldine Ana Ortiz La Pierre
  • • Article VIII of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and Its Aftereffects on New Mexico Society, by Orlando A. Naranjo
  • • Beyond “Origins of New Mexico Families,” by Mona Hernandez
  • (La Familia Gomez Robledo)

  • • The Marriage of Vicente de Saldivar and Maria de Oñate y Cortes, by Angel Cervantes y Armijo
  • • Guadalupe del Paso Burials, 1663-1684, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Romolo Del Valle: An Elusive Character, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Los Ricos of Northern New Spain, by George A. Sanchez
  • • Jose Miguel Coca and Juana de Mata Gomez: Correction to Vol. 11:3 (2003), pg. 31, by Henrietta Christmas
  • • Comments and Corrections by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 12 Issue 3 July 2004

  • • The Zaldivar, Diaz de Mendoza, and Oñate Families, 1450-1650: New Genealogical Findings (Part I), by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Beyond “Origins” by Mona Hernandez
  • (Gomez del Castillo, Gomez Robledo, Gomez y Silva,
    Anza, Barela y Losada, de la Vega)

  • • Sebastian Salas and Maria Garcia, Soldier and Colonists, by Henrietta Martinez Christmas
  • • Correction to “A Sephardim Ancestry,” by Patricia Sanchez Rau, Jose Antonio Esquibel, and Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 12 Issue 4 October 2004

  • • The Zaldivar, Diaz de Mendoza and Oñate Families, 1450-1650: New Genealogical Findings (Part II), by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Corrections to Antonio Salas and Antonio Fileto Salas, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Sebastian Salas and Maria Garcia, Soldier and Colonists (con’t), by Henrietta Martinez Christmas
  • • Corrections to My Otero Line, by Ernest J. Sanchez
  • • Notes on New Mexico Families from Zacatecas, by Robert D. Martinez
  • • Notes on the Montes Vigil Family of Zacatecas, by Robert D. Martinez
  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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2005 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 13 Issue 1 January 2005

  • • Salvador de Orta Madrid and His Parents Juan Pedro Madrid and Agustina Martin Serrano, by Francisco Sisneros and Clifford Madrid
  • • Juan Antonio Baca m. Maria Romero, a Genealogical Proof Standard, by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • The Genealogy and Dowry of Doña Eduarda Yturrieta, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • The Identification of Magdalena Roybal m. Francisco Xavier Lujan, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 13 Issue 2 April 2005

  • • Juan de Oñate’s Coat of Arms, by Damien Aragon
  • • The Janos Presidio Soldiers, 1715 and 1723, by Mona Hernandez
  • • Beyond “Origins,” by Ronaldo Miera
  • (Baptism of Anacleto Miera y Pacheco)

  • • The Identification of Andres Roybal m. Ana Maria Griego, by Patricia Sanchez Rau, Lorraine Aguilar, Marilyn Britton
  • • The Will of Jose Antonio Griego, by Marilyn Britton and Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • More Descendents of Salvador de (H)Orta Madrid, by Maria C. Martinez
  • • Diego Montoya, Texas Cavalry Bugler, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 13 Issue 3 July 2005

  • • Los Argüellos, A.D. 1350 – A.D.1600: Ancestors of the Montes Vigil Family of New Mexico, by Marietta Vigil Gonzales, Jose Antonio Esquibel, and Juan Diaz Alvarez
  • • Origins of the Peña Families of New Mexico, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • The Birthplace of Don Domingo Labadie, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • All in the Family: The Alcaldia of Alburquerque, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 13 Issue 4 October 2005

  • • The Francisco Tapia Family of New Mexico, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Miguel Antonio Tapia, from Pajarito to Anton Chico, by Henrietta Martinez Christmas
  • • The Beginning and History of the Presbyterian Church of Mora County, Territory of New Mexico, translated and formatted by Luis Gilberto Padilla y Baca
  • • The Orae Hypothesis, by Orae Dominguez
  • • Beyond “Origins,” submitted by Mida Griego
  • (Jean L’Archeveque)

  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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2006 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 14 Issue 1 January 2006

  • • Correspondence of Bernardo de Miera y Pacheco, translated by Marilyn Britton
  • • Some of the Descendants of Juan Gonzales Bas and Maria Lopez del Castillo (Part I), compiled by Dorothy Chavez Wiskup
  • • Alberto Evaro y Hilaria Gonzales, a Southern New Mexico Family, by George A. Sanchez
  • • Jose Aragon y Jose Rafael Aragon, Escultores de Santa Fe, by George A. Sanchez
  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 14 Issue 2 April 2006

  • • Deer for the King and a Journey to Spain: The Commission of don Francisco Trebol Navarro, 1779-1785, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • An Analysis of the Castes in the 1790 Census of the Alcaldia de Alburquerque Through the Gurule surname, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Ethnic Mixtures of Castas: Composite List from Nicolas Leon (Las Castas del Mexico Colonial o Nueva España)
  • • Albuquerqueans Mourn Native Sons, Heroes of WWI, by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • History of Our Lady of Guadalupe Fiesta in South Broadway “Williams” en la Parroquia de St. Francis Xavier, by Gloria Chavez Robinson
  • • Albuquerque’s Founding Mothers: Valdes, Chavez, Montoya, Trujillo, and Lopez del Castillo, by Rita Sanchez
  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 14 Issue 4 July 2006 [Should read Issue 3]

  • • Roots to Branches: The Soltero Ruiz de Castañeda Ancestry of Gregoria Ruiz, Wife of Antonio de Silva, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • A Story of Survival: The Taos Massacre of August 4, 1760, by Henrietta M. Christmas and Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Henry Vaughn Becomes Enrique Bone, by Luis E. Madrid
  • • Recorded Marriages in Albuquerque, 1706-1726, from the HGRC Great New Mexico Pedigree Database
  • • Aragon and Esquibel DNA Research Findings and the New Mexico DNA Project, by Damien Aragon and Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Will of Francisco Tomas C’ de Baca, by George C’ de Baca
  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 14 Issue 4 October 2006

  • • Ancestry of Maria Reyes Gutierrez, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Ancestors of the Jose/Joseph and Antonio Gallegos Family of New Mexico, by Albert J. Gallegos and Marietta Vigil Gonzales
  • • Rosa Villalpando and Julian Jaques: A New Twist on an Old Tale, by Patricia Sanchez Rau and Henrietta Martinez Christmas
  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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2007 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 15 Issue 1 January 2007

  • • The Naranjo Family, by William “Bill” Duffy
  • • Los Martins of la Capilla de la Soledad, by Henrietta M. Christmas and Patricia S. Rau
  • • Roots to Branches: The Soltero Ruiz de Castañeda Family: an Update, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Some of the Descendants of Juan Gonzales Bas and Maria Lopez del Castillo (Part II), by Dorothy Chavez Wiskup
  • • On the Ancestry of Maria Josefa Garcia de Noriega y Velarde Cosio de Delgado, by Dr. Claire Ortiz Hill
  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Am I a Descendant of a Leader of the Pueblo Revolt?, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 15 Issue 2 April 2008 (Should read April 2007)

  • • Private Jose Donaciano Dominguez and Maria Feliz Ortega, by Henrietta Christmas and Lindell Chavez
  • • A Priestly Tale: the Medrano – Castelo Story, by Patricia Sanchez Rau and Henrietta Christmas
  • • Other Priestly Tales, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • The Ancestry of Maria Cleofas Tiofila Garcia, by Clifford D. Madrid
  • • Some of the Descendants of Juan Antonio Montaño de Soto-Mayor, by Clifford D. Madrid
  • • Frenchmen Who Married in New Mexico, 1820-1850: Edited from “Origins of New Mexico Families,” by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Petition for the Chilili Land Grant, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 15 Issue 3 July 2007

  • • Blas Martin Serrano and Rosa Vargas Machuca: New Information on a Rio Arriba Family, by Patricia Sanchez Rau and Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • Captain Manuel Francisco Delgado y de Chavarria Buitron’s Maternal Line, by Dr. Claire Ortiz Hill
  • • The Göke-Ruibal Family of New Mexico, by Luis E. Madrid
  • • A DNA Success, by Damien Aragon
  • • Unknown Cochiti Documents, extracted by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • The 1677 Mizquia List of Convicts, by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • Some of the Descendants of Juan Gonzales Bas and Maria Lopez del Castillo (Part III), compiled by Dorothy Chavez Wiskup
  • • Corrections and Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 15 Issue 4 October 2007

  • • Comparison of the 1692 Census of the El Paso District, Cattle Distribution in Santa Fe in May 1697, and Testimonies at the Vargas Residencia in late 1697 and early 1698, by John Colligan
  • • Fray Diego Muñoz Jurado vs. Juan Jose Bustos, by Francisco Sisneros and Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • Bernardo de Chabes, Rio Abajo to the Rio Arriba to Rio Abajo, Indio to Español, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Descendant Chart of Juan (el Adalid) Rael, compiled from Stanley Hordes’ book “To the End of the Earth”
  • • Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Membership Donation List
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2008 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 16 Issue 1 January 2008

  • • Juan Luis Garcia and the Navajos, compiled by Orlando Naranjo
  • • Article VIII of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and Its Aftereffects on New Mexico Society, by Orlando A. Naranjo
  • • Don Maximo Martinez, by Maximo J. Martinez
  • • The Legacy of Rosa Bustamante to Her Natural Children, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • The Mystery of the Unknown Cochiti Documents, by Rev. Lucian Hendren, Retired
  • • Various Documents Relating to the Pueblo Revolt Period, compiled by Gloria M. Valencia y Valdez and edited by Francisco Sisneros.
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Volume 16 Issue 2 April 2008

  • • An Expanded Study on the Gurule Family: Correcting Erroneous Information on the Internet, by Angela Lewis
  • • Family DNA Findings, by Denise Lovato-Duran
  • • DNA – A New Tool for Genealogists, by Orlando Naranjo
  • • Sapello Land Grant, extracted and translated by Armando Sandoval
  • • Padre Antonio Jose Martinez’s DNA, by Danny Martinez
  • • Wills, by Maximo Martinez
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Volume 16 Issue 3 July 2008

  • • A Minor DNA Success: the Duran’s and Sanchez’s of Santa Cruz, by Henrietta Martinez Christmas and Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Papa Hilario Griego de Peralta, by Consuelo Villarreal
  • • Ana de Sandoval y Manzanares: A New Mexico Spanish Colonial Woman of Perseverance and Triumph, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Juana Maria Montoya’s Lineage: A Credible Hypothesis, by Dorothy Chavez Wiskup
  • • 1870 Census: Navajos Living with Hispanic Families in Rio Arriba, by Lorraine I. Aguilar
  • • Comments and Corrections, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 16 Issue 4 October 2008

  • • The Bartolome Sanchez Garduño Family, by Patricia Sanchez Rau and Henrietta Martinez Christmas
  • • 1870 Census: Pah-Utes Living with Hispanic Families in Rio Arriba County, by Lorraine I. Aguilar
  • • The Death Records of Bernardo Bustamante and Feliciana Vega y Coca, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Does This Song Commemorate the 1680 Pueblo Revolt? by Vernon P. Casias
  • • No Surnames Noted, by Rev. Lucien C. Hendren, Retired
  • • Who Were Juan Coca and Michaela Roybal? by Mona Hernandez
  • • Descendants of Benito Anselmo Larragoiti and Feliciana Valdes y Garcia de Noriega, by Claire Ortiz Hill
  • • Santa Clara, New Mexico Burial Records, 1750-1792, by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • Burials: San Ildefonso, New Mexico, 1840-1855, by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Membership Donation List
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2009 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 17 Issue 1 January 2009

  • • Bernalillo, Mexico, Villasur and some DNA, by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • Tying It All Together: Our Rio Arriba Roots, by Marie Brito
  • • Descendants of Bernardino Sena Martin, by Carlos Martinez y Brito
  • • The Journal of Ana Maria Archibeque, by Eddie Sedillo
  • • Jose Francisco Baca y Terrus, Maria Manuela Delgado de Baca: ¿Quién Sabe? – Some Interesting Notes, by Dolores Byres Lemon
  • • Various Documents relating to the Pueblo Revolt, Continued, compiled by Gloria Valencia and edited by Francisco Sisneros
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Volume 17 Issue 2 April 2009

  • • Beyond “Origins of New Mexico Families,” by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • (Anaya-Biana, Aragon, Casados, Lopez Holguin,
    De la Peña, Rodriguez, Rodriguez Salazar , Silva-Ruiz de Castañeda)

  • • Manuel Delgado: From Dragoon to Captain and Merchant (Part I), by Henrietta M. Christmas and Patricia S. Rau
  • • Various Documents Relating to the Pueblo Revolt Period, Continued, compiled by Gloria M. Valencia and edited by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Rio Arriba County 1870 Census: Navajos Living in San Juan and Santa Clara Pueblos, by Lorraine Aguilar
  • • San Joaquin de Nacimiento Land Grant, SG 66, by Henrietta M. Christmas and Marilyn Britton
  • • President’s Message, by Ronaldo Miera
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Volume 17 Issue 3 July 2009

  • • Manuel Delgado: From Dragoon to Captain and Merchant (Part II), by Henrietta M. Christmas and Patricia S. Rau
  • • New Mexico Contributions to Spain in Mexican War of Independence, by Ronaldo Miera and Francisco Sisneros
  • • New Mexican Marriages and Burials in Paso del Norte, extractions by Aaron Magdaleno, edited by Francisco Sisneros
  • • The Continuing Saga of the Cabeza de Baca Name, by George C’ de Baca
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Volume 17 Issue 4 October 2009

  • • The Will of Miguel Ortiz, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Last Will and Testament of Juana Luisa Martin, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Descendants of Jose Miguel Ortiz and Juana Luisa Martin, by Nancy Anderson
  • • A Letter from Richard R. Armijo
  • • Navajo Residents: Santa Fe County in 1870, by Luis E. Madrid
  • • Chaperito Burials, 1885-1908, by Rev. Lucian C. Hendren, Retired
  • • President’s Message, by Ronaldo A. Miera
  • • Membership Donation List
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2010 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 18 Issue 1 January 2010

  • • Reviewing the History of the Gallegos Family of New Mexico: Implications for further Research, Part 1, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • The Last Will and Testament of Jose Manuel Martinez (1775-1842) – February 25, 1842, by Vicente M. Martinez, Rev. Juan Romero, Elena Napoles Goldfeder
  • • Annotated Genealogy of the O.G. Martinez Sr. Family of Arroyo Hondo, NM, by Vicente M. Martinez
  • • Who is the Father of Miguel San Juan? Discrepancies in Genealogy, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Las Doces Verdades del Mundo, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Chaperito Burials 1885-1908, Part II, by Rev. Lucian C. Hendren, Retired
  • • Some Websites for Doing Your Research
  • • Untangling the Tangled Web – A Montaño to Maldonado Update, by Gilbert Trejo Maldonado and Robert Baldonado Issac.
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Volume 18 Issue 2 April 2010

  • • The Zaldivar, Diaz Mendoza and Oñate Families, 1450-1650: New Genealogical Findings, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The El Rito Land Grant, Surveyor General #151, by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • Genealogical Treasures – Wills and Testaments, don Bartolome Baca, by Patricia Sanchez Rau.
  • • The Two Juan Jose Lujans, by Nancy Anderson and Henrietta Christmas
  • • Estancia’s Madril Family: Four Hundred Years in New Mexico and Five Generations of Public Service in Santa Fe and Torrance County, by Jonathon Ortega
  • • “Beyond Origins,” by Ronaldo Miera
  • (Maria de Miera y Pacheco, Daughter of Bernardo de Miera y Pacheco)

  • • Chaperito Burials, 1885-1908, Part III, by Rev. Lucian C. Hendren
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Volume 18 Issue 3 July 2010

  • • A Case of Mistaken Identities: Pedro Gomez Duran and Pedro Gomez Duran y Chaves, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Unsettling Issues of the Ojo Caliente Land Grant, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • From La Entrada to Outer Space, by Dorothy Chavez Wiskup
  • • Administration of Jose Vicente Martinez (1801-1867) March 4, 1867, Translation by Vicente M. Martinez, Rev. Juan Romero and Elena Napoles Goldfeder, Ph.D.
  • • Los Salazares: from Belen to Chama, New Mexico (Part I) – Augustin Salazar and Felipa Gamboa, by Henrietta M. Christmas and Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Santa Ana County Records, New Mexico State Records Center and Archives, Compiled by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • Jemez , New Mexico Baptisms, 1900, by Ernestino Tafoya
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Volume 18 Issue 4 October 2010

  • • Soldado and Grantee, Antonio Salazar and Maria Torres from Rio Abajo to Rio Arriba, by Henrietta M. Christmas and Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Los Villanuevas de Nuevo Mexico, by Lis Könnecke
  • • Juan Antonio Archuleta and Maria Josepha de la Vega and their Mestizo Descendants, by Rita Sanchez
  • • Comments, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Membership Contribution List
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2011 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 19 Issue 1 January 2011

  • • Soldado and Grantee, Antonio Salazar and Maria Torres: from Rio Abajo to Rio Arriba (Part II), by Henrietta M. Christmas and Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Los Villanuevas de Nuevo Mexico (Part II), by Lis Könnecke
  • • Juan Antonio Archuleta and Maria Josepha de la Vega and their Mestizo Descendants (Part II), by Rita Sanchez
  • • The Two Marriages of Ysidro Antonio Garcia and Maria Simona Vallejos, and Juan Lorenzo de Herrera and Maria Rafaela Maldonado, by Francisco Sisneros
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Volume 19 Issue 2 April 2011

  • • Revised Trujillo Genealogy, 1626-1720, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Leon Brito Family in Santa Fe, New Mexico, by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • Following the Borrego Families from New Mexico: Those from Luis Antonio Vasquez Borrego, our GGGGGGGG Grandfather, by Felipe Roberto Borrego
  • • Legendary Lawman Elfego Baca Tracks Down “Manzano Gang” After Murder of Los Ranchos de la Joya Businessman Abran Contreras, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Errata: Photo of Salazar Family from Taos
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Volume 19 Issue 3 July 2011

  • • El Hilo de la Memoria: Did My Eighth Grandfather Santiago Gurule Draw This Ship?, by George Sanchez
  • • Descendants of Jose Maria Martin, Son of Pedro Martin and Margarita San Juan de Luna, by Mary R. Martinez Thompson
  • • Una Cronica de Antonio Sandoval and Ursula Chavez, by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • Descendants of Jose Antonio Sandoval and Apolonia Tafoya, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • New Native American Haplogroups, by Roberta Estes
  • • The Diary of Francisco Miera, by Epifanio (Mike) Miera
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Volume 19 Issue 4 October 2011

  • • El Cañon de Domingo Baca, by Gil Maldonado
  • • Names on the Land: Some 18th Century Residents and Landowners on Santa Fe’s South Side, by David Snow
  • • The Ancestry of Bernardo Pascual Joaquin de Miera y Pacheco, by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • Connections and Corrections: Espinosa/Montolla, by Benny Bernal
  • • From Sais to Arias Back to Sais: The Dilemma When One Family Uses Various Surnames, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • A Diary of Francisco Miera (Part II), by Epifanio “Mike” Miera
  • • President’s Message, by Ronaldo Miera
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2012 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 20 Issue 1 January 2012

  • • Sgt. Phelipe Santiago Luera and His Descendancy, by Nancy Anderson and Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • El Corrido de Rosita Encinias Gonzales, by Victor Gonzales
  • • Embudo—Some Loose Ends, by Jose Nestor Salazar and Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • New Mexico Prenuptial Investigations: A Query Into A Marriage, by Jose Lorenzo Gallegos
  • • Filling in the Blanks—Using Land Records in Santa Fe, by Henrietta Martinez Christmas
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Volume 20 Issue 2 April 2012

  • • The Three Burials of the Venerable Fray Geronimo de la Llana, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Place Names—Chinago, by Jose Nestor Salazar
  • • Nicolas Antonio Abeyta (alias Nicolas Antonio Velarde), by Marilyn Herrera Britton
  • • Selected Marriage Investigations from Sandia Mission, extracted by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Two Juana Silva’s, by Ronaldo Miera
  • • Jose Chaves y Chaves, an old West Lawman; also, the Genealogy of Vicente Silva of the Gorras Blancas, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • The Diary of Francisco Miera, Part III, by Epifanio “Mike” Miera
  • • Errata: El Corrido de Rosita Encinias Gonzales, by Victor Gonzales
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Volume 20 Issue 3 July 2012

  • • The Velasco/Velasquez Family of Durango and New Mexico, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • Alarcon and Alcon (One and the Same), by Rev. Lucien C. Hendren
  • • The Family and Descendants of Maria Francisca Sena, Natural Daughter of Bernardino Sena, by Marilyn Herrera Britton
  • • Manuel Valdez, also known as “Troncon Blanco,” by Joe Martinez
  • • The Lineage of Miguel Baca ( born circa 1741) Husband of doña Barbara Apolonia Duran y Chaves, by Jonathan A. Ortega
  • • Jose Romo de Vera, Santa Fe Soldier and Grantee, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
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Volume 20 Issue 4 October 2012

  • • Alcalde Nerio Antonio Montoya, Land Grantee, 1768, by Henrietta Martinez Christmas
  • • The Saga of Luciano De Herrera: Rio Arriba County Sheriff and Commissioner, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Will of Don Manuel Saenz Garbizu, Juarez Archives, El Paso, by Henrietta Martinez Christmas
  • • Romo de Vera Ancestry (Part I), by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Diary of Francisco Miera (Part IV), by Epifanio “Mike” Miera
  • • Comments (Member Donations to HGRC-NM), by Ronaldo Miera, President
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2013 Herencia Back Issues

Volume 21 Issue 1 January 2013

  • • He Desperately Wanted to be Alcalde Mayor: Eusebio Duran y Chaves in the Court of King Charles III, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • Who is the Progenitor of the Medina Family? by Marilyn Britton
  • • Romo de Vera Ancestry (Part II), by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Genealogy of Luis Gallegos y Terrazas and Pascuala de Rueda (Part I), by Jose Antonio Esquibel, Marietta V. Gonzales, and Albert J. Gallegos
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Volume 21 Issue 2 April 2013

  • • Sebastian de la Cruz—A Native American Colonist, by Miguel Torrez, Lorraine Aguilar, and Lori Awasthi
  • • Romero and Martinez Families: Loma Parda to Black Lake, by Juan Romero
  • • The Diary of Francisco Miera, Part V, by Epifanio “Mike” Miera
  • • Los Versos de Eduardo Montes Vigil (Composed August 5, 1909), submitted by Evangeline Donkersley
  • • Juan Dominguez de Mendoza: Soldier and Frontiersman of the Spanish Southwest, 1627-1693, by Marc Simmons and Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • The Top Ten Genealogy Books In My Library, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
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Volume 21 Issue 3 July 2013

  • • Casé y Velé: Understanding Marriage Customs, by Francisco Sisneros
  • • The Espinosa Brothers: When Two Cultures Clash, by Miguel A. Torrez
  • • The Journey of Juan de Mestas Peralta: Going Back to Mexico for a Bride, by Marilyn Herrera Britton
  • • The Genealogy of Luis Gallegos de Terrazas and Pasquala de Rueda, Part 2, by Jose Antonio Esquibel, Marietta V. Gonzales, and Albert J. Gallegos
  • • Selected Santo Domingo Marriages, 1846-1861, by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • HGRC 20th Anniversary Conference Details
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Volume 21 Issue 4 October 2013

  • • Bernardina Vasquez and Her New DNA Cousins, by Henrietta M. Christmas
  • • How Families Evolve, by Johnny Peña
  • • The Maternal Genealogy of the Valdez Family of New Mexico, by Robert D. Martinez
  • • A Surprising Discovery [Coca-Gusdorf], by Mona Hernandez
  • • The Descendants of Bartolome Lobato and Balvaneda Casillas, by Denise Lovato-Duran
  • • Selected Santo Domingo Marriages, 1846-1861, (continued), extracted by Patricia Sanchez Rau
  • • Garcia Jurado: From the Jurisdiction of Salvatierra to Puebla de los Angeles to New Mexico, 1640s to 1694, by Jose Antonio Esquibel
  • • President’s Message, by Ronaldo Miera
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