Jesús Ozuna

b. 1834, d. May 1880
     Jesús Ozuna was born in 1834. In 1866 in Wickenburg, Arizona Territory, USA, Jesús Ozuna married Martina Imperial. Jesús was listed as the head of a family on the Census of 27 August 1870 in Wickenburg, Arizona Territory.1 He died in May 1880 in Norton's Landing, Arizona Territory, USA.

Children of Jesús Ozuna and Martina Imperial

Citations

  1. [S78] 1870 US Federal Census Wickenburg,Yavapai AZ,.

William Young Drew

b. 7 March 1834, d. 16 August 1904
     William Young Drew was born on 7 March 1834 in New York, New York, USA. He was the son of John S Drew and Sarah Pape. William Young Drew was listed as a son in John S Drew's household on the Census of 18 July 1850 in New York, New York.1 William Young Drew was listed as a son in John S Drew's household on the Census of 14 July 1860 in Ridgeway Township, Kansas.2 William Young Drew died on 16 August 1904 in Huntington Beach, California, USA at age 70.

Citations

  1. [S82] 1850 US Federal Census New York City, NY,.
  2. [S83] 1860 US Federal Census Osage Kansas,.

Mariá Refugio Crispina Uriarte y Brabo

b. 27 October 1834
     Mariá Refugio Crispina Uriarte y Brabo was baptized on 27 October 1834 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, México.1 She was the daughter of Pedro Uriarte and Mariá Ygnacia Brabo.

Citations

  1. [S101] Family Search, Mexico Baptisms 1560 - 1950.

Margaret Elizabeth Selzer

b. 28 October 1834, d. 8 March 1901
     Margaret Elizabeth Selzer was born on 28 October 1834 in Meisenheim, Rheinland, Germany. She was the daughter of Jacob Selzer and Elizabeth Engel. According to a passenger list, Margaret Elizabeth Selzer was listed as a relative traveling with Jacob Selzer and Elizabeth Engel in June 1836 in Ship Franziska Augustine. Margaret Elizabeth Selzer died on 8 March 1901 in Millersburg, Ohio, USA at age 66.

José Ruperto Almada y Ybarra

b. 29 October 1834, d. before 1866
     José Ruperto Almada y Ybarra was born on 29 October 1834 in Promontorios, Sonora, México. He was the son of Don José María Almada y Alvarado and Mercedes Ybarra y Pacheco. José Ruperto Almada y Ybarra died before 1866 in Álamos, Sonora, México.

Bartolomé Suástegui

b. 2 November 1834, d. 25 January 1902
Bartolome Suastegui
     Bartolomé Suástegui was born on 2 November 1834 in Altar, Sonora, México.1 He was the son of Bartolomé Suástegui and Juana Moraga. In 1848 he was accepted into the Seminary at Culiacan to study for the priesthood. His expenses were paid by a grant from the Fund for the Poor at the College. In 1855 he passed his examinations and was assigned to the Parish of Altar. Upon the death of Bishop Loza, he served as Governor of the Mitra until the appointment of a new bishop.1 Bartolomé Suástegui died on 25 January 1902 in Tucson, Pima, Arizona Territory, USA, at age 67. Died at the home of Thomas Cordis in Tucson, of pneumonia. He was buried in the Catholic Cemetery, Tucson, on order of Mrs. R.A. Wilbur (Rafaela Salazar de Wilbur).1 He was buried on 27 January 1902 in Holy Hope Cemetery, Tucson, Arizona Territory.2

Citations

  1. [S18] Suastegui Family History Report, March 5, 2007, Raclare Kanal.
  2. [S32] The Moragas: Concerning the Last Conqueror and His Descendants, Carlota Salazar, July 7, 1933 translated from Spanish by Oscar-Ernesto Morales.

Mary Elizabeth Renner

b. 28 November 1834, d. 8 March 1907
     Mary Elizabeth Renner was born on 28 November 1834 in Niederkirchen, Bavaria, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Johan Valentine Renner and Katherina Honebarger. Mary Elizabeth Renner was baptized on 30 November 1834 in Niederkirchen, Bavaria, Germany.1 She died on 8 March 1907 in Auburn Township, Ohio, USA at age 72.

Citations

  1. [S113] FamilySearch, Germany Births and Baptisms, 1559-1898.

Epifanio Figueroa

b. circa 1835, d. after 1869
     Tumacacori National Historical Park, Historic Resource Study
Early Settlers and the Open Range
Regardless of the mix of cattle and sheep, stockraising in the Santa Cruz Valley remained a dangerous frontier enterprise whose transaction costs rose or fell depending upon relationships with surrounding Native Americans. The massacre at Mototicachi in 1688 sparked an O'odham rebellion that drove early ranchers like Romo de Vivar from the Santa Cruz. Three decades later, Spanish frontiersmen once again settled the great bend of the river they called the San Luis Valley. Perhaps the first were Diego Romero and his four sons, Nicolás, Cristóbal, José, and Ignacio, who founded the Santa Bárbara and Buenavista ranches. Members of the Grijalva, Figueroa, Bohórquez, Tapia, Gallego, Núñez, Fernández, Gallego, Amésquita, Samaniego, Rivera, Villela, Barba, Ortega, Durán, and Covarrubias families soon followed (Garate 2003).
Nevertheless, a frontier elite began to emerge with connections to capital and political influence beyond the region. One such enterprising individual was Juan Bautista de Anza the Elder. Anza was Basque, one of the many vizcainos drawn to northern New Spain. Born in Hernani, Spain, in 1693, he sailed for Mexico in 1712 when he was nineteen years old. By 1718, he had reached Sonora, where he owned and operated a store and silver mine in the mining real of Aguaje south of modern Hermosillo. Characteristically, the other two mine owners in Aguaje were Basques as well. Two years later, Anza and four Basque companions founded the real de minas of Tetuachi in the upper Sonora River drainage south of the mission of Arizpe. They dedicated it to Nuestra Señora de Aránzazu, a manifestation of the Virgin Mary who appeared to a Basque goatherd in 1447. Anza was a young and ambitious entrepreneur, but his success was due in part to a close-knit network of Basque merchants and miners that extended from Mexico City to the mining camps of Sonora and Nueva Vizcaya (Garate 1994, 1995, 2003). in 1700 in Tumacácori, Sonora, México.1
Epifanio was born circa 1835. Circa 1860, Epifanio Figueroa married Concepción Borquez, daughter of Don Trinidad Borques and Doña Mariá Loreta Féliz. Epifanio died after 1869.

Children of Epifanio Figueroa and Concepción Borquez

Citations

  1. [S66] Thomas E. Sheridan, Tumacacori National Historical Park, Historic Resource Study, (Tumacacori National Historical Park),.

Concepción Menendez

b. circa 1835
     Concepción Menendez was born circa 1835. Circa 1854 in Altar, Sonora, México, Concepción Menendez married Francisco Suástegui, son of José Antonio Suástegui and Doña María Ignacia Cañete. As of circa 1854, her married name was Concepción Suástegui (Menendez).

Children of Concepción Menendez and Francisco Suástegui

Gabriel Vasquez

b. circa 1835
     Gabriel Vasquez was born circa 1835. On Thursday, 11 February 1864 in Altar, Sonora, México, Gabriel Vasquez married Mariá Jesús Suástegui, daughter of Pedro Suástegui and Anna Mariá Orosco.1

Citations

  1. [S5] Filmado pro la Sociedad Genealogica de Utah, Áltar, Mexico, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Registros parroquiales, 1771 - 1968 Matrimonios.

Katherine (?)

b. circa 1835
     Katherine (?) was born circa 1835 in Jaroslav, Podkarpackie, Poland. Circa 1850 in Jaroslav, Podkarpackie, Poland, Katherine (?) married Blazej Haloszka, son of (?) Haloszka. They are identified as Tomas Haloska's parents in his death record.1 As of circa 1850, her married name was Katherine Haloszka.

Children of Katherine (?) and Blazej Haloszka

Citations

  1. [S80] West Virginia County Clerks, West Virginia Deaths 1853-1970.

Jorge LeBrun

b. circa 1835
     Jorge LeBrun was born circa 1835. Circa 1855 in Álamos, Sonora, México, Jorge LeBrun married Mariá Dolores Viniegra.

Mariá Dolores Viniegra

b. circa 1835
     Mariá Dolores Viniegra was born circa 1835. Circa 1855 in Álamos, Sonora, México, Mariá Dolores Viniegra married Jorge LeBrun.

Children of Mariá Dolores Viniegra and Jorge LeBrun

Marcial Valenzuela

b. 1835, d. circa 1860
     Marcial Valenzuela was born in 1835. In 1854, Marcial Valenzuela married Martina Imperial. Marcial Valenzuela died circa 1860.

Child of Marcial Valenzuela and Martina Imperial

Francisco Mariá de Candelaria Quirós y Mora

b. 2 February 1835
     Francisco Mariá de Candelaria Quirós y Mora was baptized on 2 February 1835 in Álamos, Sonora, México.1 He was the son of José Manuel Tiburcio Quirós y Mora and María Petra Fox.

Citations

  1. [S14] Iglesia Católica. Purísima Concepción. Alamos Sonora, Registros parroquiales, 1696-1968, Bautismos, matrimonios y defunciones.

María Eudojia Bustamante

b. 11 March 1835
     María Eudojia Bustamante was also known as Dolores Bustamante. She was baptized on 11 March 1835 in Moctezuma, Sonora, México.1 She was the daughter of Juan Bustamante and Dolores Mason. On Monday, 6 July 1863 in Altar, Sonora, México, María Eudojia Bustamante married, at age 28, José Tomas Escalante, son of (?) Escalante.2 As of 6 July 1863, her married name was María Eudojia Escalante (Bustamante). María Eudojia Bustamante witnessed the baptism of Enriqueta Peralta on 5 May 1876 in Catedral de la Asunción, Hermosillo, Sonora, México.3

Children of María Eudojia Bustamante and José Tomas Escalante

Citations

  1. [S16] Iglesia Católica. Nuestra Señora del Rosario. Moctezuma Sonora, Moctezuma, Sonora Registros parroquiales, 1707-1961.
  2. [S5] Filmado pro la Sociedad Genealogica de Utah, Áltar, Mexico, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Registros parroquiales, 1771 - 1968 Matrimonios.
  3. [S15] Iglesia Católica. La Asunción. Hermosillo Sonora, Hermosillo Sonora Registros parroquiales 1783-1961.

Mariá Ascencion Antonia Teodora Almada y Quiros

b. 29 May 1835, d. 10 December 1909
     Mariá Ascencion Antonia Teodora Almada y Quiros was baptized on 29 May 1835 in Álamos, Sonora, México.1 She was the daughter of Don José María Almada y Alvarado and Doña Isabel Quirós y Mora. Mariá Ascencion Antonia Teodora Almada y Quiros left a will in 1896 in Álamos, Sonora, México.2 She died on 10 December 1909 in Álamos, Sonora, México at age 74.

Citations

  1. [S14] Iglesia Católica. Purísima Concepción. Alamos Sonora, Registros parroquiales, 1696-1968, Bautismos, matrimonios y defunciones.
  2. [S76] El Colegio de Sonora, Testamentos de Sonora, 1786-1910.

José Mariá Franco de Jesús Quirós y Gil

b. 6 July 1835
     José Mariá Franco de Jesús Quirós y Gil was baptized on 6 July 1835 in Álamos, Sonora, México.1 He was the son of Pedro Francisco Mariá Quirós y Mora and Mariá Balvanera Gil de LaMadrid.

Citations

  1. [S14] Iglesia Católica. Purísima Concepción. Alamos Sonora, Registros parroquiales, 1696-1968, Bautismos, matrimonios y defunciones.

Thomas Edward Cordis

b. 4 November 1835, d. 2 February 1916
     Thomas Edward Cordis was born on 4 November 1835 in Concord, Massachusetts, USA. On Monday, 17 August 1885 in Tucson, Arizona Territory, USA, Thomas Edward Cordis married, at age 49, María Clara Margarita Suástegui, age 24, daughter of Rafael Suástegui and Emilia Pompa.1 Thomas was listed as the head of a family on the Census of 8 June 1900 in Tucson, Arizona Territory.2 Thomas was listed as the head of a family on the Census of 17 April 1910 in Tucson, Arizona Territory.3 He died on 2 February 1916 in Tucson, Arizona Territory, USA at age 80.

Children of Thomas Edward Cordis and María Clara Margarita Suástegui

Citations

  1. [S18] Suastegui Family History Report, March 5, 2007, Raclare Kanal.
  2. [S22] 1900 US Federal Census Tucson Pima Arizona,.
  3. [S20] 1910 US Federal Census Tucson Pima Arizona,.

José Visente Almada y Ybarra

b. circa 1836
     José Visente Almada y Ybarra was born circa 1836 in Promontorios, Sonora, México. He was the son of Don José María Almada y Alvarado and Mercedes Ybarra y Pacheco.

Fernando Zepeda

b. 1836, d. 1916
Fernando and Maria Zepeda
     Fernando Jesús Mariá Zepeda was baptized in 1836 in Horcasitas, Sonora, México. His baptism name was Fernando Jesús Mariá Zepeda. He was the son of Pedro Zepeda and Teresa Valenzuela. Fernando Zepeda and Pedro Zepeda were employed in Altar, Sonora, México. The Zepedas had a large mercantile store in Altar, Sonora, and had extensive land holdings.1 On Tuesday, 12 October 1858 in Altar, Sonora, México, Fernando Zepeda married María Suástegui, daughter of José Antonio Suástegui and Guadalupe Moraga.2 Fernando Zepeda and María Suástegui had 13 children.3 Fernando Zepeda died in 1916.

Citations

  1. [S32] The Moragas: Concerning the Last Conqueror and His Descendants, Carlota Salazar, July 7, 1933 translated from Spanish by Oscar-Ernesto Morales.
  2. [S5] Filmado pro la Sociedad Genealogica de Utah, Áltar, Mexico, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Registros parroquiales, 1771 - 1968 Matrimonios.
  3. [S18] Suastegui Family History Report, March 5, 2007, Raclare Kanal.

Rafaela Suástegui

b. 1836, d. 26 August 1887
     Rafaela Suástegui was born in 1836 in Altar, Sonora, México. She was the daughter of Bartolomé Suástegui and Juana Moraga. In 1851 in Altar, Sonora, México, Rafaela Suástegui married Maríano Salazar, son of Teodoro Salazar and Lucia Sermeño.1 As of 1851, her married name was Rafaela Salazar (Suástegui). Rafaela Suástegui was listed as a daughter in an unknown person 's household on the Census of 1852 in Altar, Sonora.2 She died on 26 August 1887 in Altar, Sonora, México, Her death was reported by her brother, Rafael Suastegui, on August 26, 1887 and is recorded in the Altar Civil Records (Acta 33, 1887 Fallecimientos). She died at 4 AM on August 26, 1887 at age 45. Her birth year is estimated from this record..1

Children of Rafaela Suástegui and Maríano Salazar

Citations

  1. [S18] Suastegui Family History Report, March 5, 2007, Raclare Kanal.
  2. [S41] 1852 Census Guadalupe del Altar Sonora Mexico,.

Tolentino Quirós

b. 1836
     Tolentino Quirós was born in 1836.1 On Wednesday, 23 June 1858 in Altar, Sonora, México, Tolentino Quirós married Jesús Valencia.1,2

Child of Tolentino Quirós and Jesús Valencia

Citations

  1. [S18] Suastegui Family History Report, March 5, 2007, Raclare Kanal.
  2. [S5] Filmado pro la Sociedad Genealogica de Utah, Áltar, Mexico, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Registros parroquiales, 1771 - 1968 Matrimonios.

Sarah E Davis

b. 1836
     Sarah E Davis was born in 1836 in Franklin, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of John P Davis and Izabella (?). Sarah E Davis was listed as a daughter in John P Davis's household on the Census of 14 August 1850 in Franklin, Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S123] 1850 US Federal Census Armstrong, Pennsylvania,.

Josiah Richard Drew

b. 23 January 1836, d. 6 June 1903
     Josiah Richard Drew was born on 23 January 1836 in New York, New York, USA. He was the son of John S Drew and Sarah Pape. Josiah Richard Drew was listed as a son in John S Drew's household on the Census of 18 July 1850 in New York, New York.1 Josiah Richard Drew was listed as a son in John S Drew's household on the Census of 14 July 1860 in Ridgeway Township, Kansas.2 Circa 1870 in Burlingame, Kansas, USA, Josiah Richard Drew married Sarah (?). Josiah was listed as the head of a family on the Census of 1 June 1880 in Burlingame, Kansas. Josiah is a clerk in the post office and his brother George works in the office of the Surgeon General in Washington D.C.. Josiah is married and has 4 sons and a daughter.3 Josiah was listed as the head of a family on the Census of 1 June 1900 in Burlingame, Kansas. Josiah is a book keeper.4 He died on 6 June 1903 in Uncompahgre, Colorado, USA at age 67.

Citations

  1. [S82] 1850 US Federal Census New York City, NY,.
  2. [S83] 1860 US Federal Census Osage Kansas,.
  3. [S84] 1880 US Federal Census Osage Kansas,.
  4. [S85] 1900 US Federal Census Osage Kansas,.

Franziska Augustine Selzer

b. 10 June 1836, d. 22 December 1908
     According to a passenger list, Franziska Augustine Selzer was listed as a relative traveling with Jacob Selzer and Elizabeth Engel in June 1836 in Ship Franziska Augustine. Franziska Augustine Selzer was born on 10 June 1836. She was the daughter of Jacob Selzer and Elizabeth Engel. Franziska Augustine Selzer died on 22 December 1908 at age 72.

Mariá Christina Ortega

b. 24 July 1836, d. 16 January 1920
     Mariá Christina Ortega was born on 24 July 1836. Circa 1856 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, Mariá Christina Ortega married Jesús Leopoldo Otero. As of circa 1856, her married name was Mariá Christina Otero (Ortega). Mariá Christina Ortega died on 16 January 1920 in Los Angeles, California, USA at age 83.

Child of Mariá Christina Ortega and Jesús Leopoldo Otero

José Leonardo de Jesús Suástegui

b. 13 September 1836, d. 9 September 1922
     José Leonardo de Jesús Suástegui was baptized on 13 September 1836 in Altar, Sonora, México. Godparents were Salvador Salazar and Francisca Esquer. His father's name is spelled Bartolo Suaste. Baptism is recorded in the Oquitoa parish register.1 He was the son of Bartolomé Suástegui and Juana Moraga. José Leonardo de Jesús Suástegui was listed as a son in an unknown person 's household on the Census of 1852 in Altar, Sonora.2 On Tuesday, 19 September 1865 in Hermosillo, Sonora, México, José Leonardo de Jesús Suástegui married, at age 29, Joaquína Carvajal, age 16.1,3 José Leonardo de Jesús Suástegui died on 9 September 1922 at age 85.1

Children of José Leonardo de Jesús Suástegui and Joaquína Carvajal

Citations

  1. [S18] Suastegui Family History Report, March 5, 2007, Raclare Kanal.
  2. [S41] 1852 Census Guadalupe del Altar Sonora Mexico,.
  3. [S15] Iglesia Católica. La Asunción. Hermosillo Sonora, Hermosillo Sonora Registros parroquiales 1783-1961.

José Clemenet Antonio Quirós y Gil

b. 25 November 1836
     José Clemenet Antonio Quirós y Gil was baptized on 25 November 1836 in Álamos, Sonora, México.1 He was the son of Pedro Francisco Mariá Quirós y Mora and Mariá Balvanera Gil de LaMadrid.

Citations

  1. [S14] Iglesia Católica. Purísima Concepción. Alamos Sonora, Registros parroquiales, 1696-1968, Bautismos, matrimonios y defunciones.

Mariá Balbanera Joséfa Andrea Almada y Quiros

b. 26 November 1836
     Mariá Balbanera Joséfa Andrea Almada y Quiros was baptized on 26 November 1836 in Álamos, Sonora, México.1 She was the daughter of Don José María Almada y Alvarado and Doña Isabel Quirós y Mora.

Citations

  1. [S14] Iglesia Católica. Purísima Concepción. Alamos Sonora, Registros parroquiales, 1696-1968, Bautismos, matrimonios y defunciones.