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Jose Miguel Sedillo 1842 - abt 1898

Birth 24 FEB 1842, Lemitar, New México
BAPTISM: 1 MAR 1842, Socorro, San Miguel del Socorro Church, New Mexico.

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Today the 8 of April 1860, Jose Migues Sedillo, son of Blas Sedillo and Petra Sanchez, married Maria Ines Garsia, duaghter of Pedro Garsia and maria Lucero, residents of Las Cruces, witnesses, Dionicio Silva, Francisco Antonio Silva and Manuel Luna. Signed by Manuel Chavez Presbiteon.

Maria Inez  Garcia b.1842 d. 1877



Ramona Sanchez

Marriages January 7, 1883. In this jurisdiction of El Rio Bonito, I married and veiled Miguel Sedillo husband of the late Ines Garcia, with Ramona Sanchez, single natural of Refugio Sanchez. Witnesses, Juan Trujillo and Tranquilino Montoya.

The marriage information is from:

The Santa Rita Church of Lincoln County, May 30, 1869--Dec. 12, 1910 (Sacramental Records from the Archives of the Diocese of Las Cruces) and transcribed by Luis G. Padilla y Baca and published by the Hispanic Genealogical Research Center of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico which was originally microfilmed by the Church of Latter Day Saints and is Microfilm FHL 016-756. dfmkwilson@yahoo.com

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sedillo Link ! LIFE Magazine Aug 4, 1941

Jose Miguel Sedillo
24 Feb 1842















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ID

Child

Baptized/Note

Age/Birthdate

Place

Father

Mother

Godfather

Godmother

Notes

Page #

2413

Sedillo, Maria

31May1874

7 months

 

Sedillo, José Miguel

Garcia, Ma Ines

Trujillo, Feliz

Olguin, Petra

 

A/21

407

Sedillo, Daniel

20Dec1873

15 Dec 1873

San Patricio

Sedillo, José Miguel

Garcia, Maria Ines

Aban, Antonio

Sedillo, Maria Rita

 

7

 

Sedillos, Rufino

20Jun1876

24 Apr 1876

San Patricio

Sedillos, José Miguel

Garcia, Maria Ines

Sedillos, Rufino

Sanchez, Maria

 

 

Information On Catholic Preist Field Records Provided By:
dfmkwilson@yahoo.com 







Lincoln County New Mexico

Jose Miguel Sedillos
Maria Chaves Garcia
Children

Martin Garcia Sedillos 1864
Rafail Garcia Sedillos 1866
Sisto Garcia Sedillos 1867
Daniel Sedillo 1873
Maria Sedillo 1874
Rufino Sedillos 1876

The Authentic Life of Billy, The Kid - Chapters XI-XV

By Pat F. Garrett

CHAPTER XI


Jesse Evans Again -- The Kid and Jesse -- Whilom Friends, Now Mortal Foes -- Reminiscences -- Bloodless Encounter -- Tom O. Foliard


THE KID AND HIS desperate gang were now outlawed in Lincoln, yet they haunted the plaza by stealth and always found a sure and safe place of concealment at McSween's. The laws were not administered, and they often dared to enter the plaza in broad day, defying their enemies and entertained by their friends
For some space Lincoln County had no sheriff. Few were bold enough to attempt the duties of the office. At length, George W. Peppin consented to receive a temporary appointment. He appointed, in his turn, a score of deputies, and during his tenure of office, robbery, murder, arson, and every crime in the calendar united and held high carnival in their midst. The Kid was not idle. Wherever a bold heart, cool judgment, skillful hand, or reckless spirit was required in the interests of his faction, the Kid was in the van.
San Patrick), a small Mexican plaza on the Rio Ruidoso, some seven miles from Lincoln by a trail across the mountain, was a favorite resort for the Kid and his band. Most of the Mexicans there were friendly to him, and kept him well informed as to any movement which might jeopardize his liberty.

Jose Miguel Sedillo, a faithful ally of the Kid, brought him information, one day in June about daylight, that Jesse Evans with a party from below were prowling about, probably with the intention of stealing a bunch of horses belonging to Chisum and McSween, and which were in charge of the Kid and party.
Without waiting for breakfast, the Kid started with five men, all who were with him at that time. They were Charley Bowdre, Henry Brown, J. G. Skurlock, John Middleton, and Tom O. Foliard. This latter was a young Texan, bold and unscrupulous, who followed the fortunes of the Kid from the day they first met, literally to the death. At this time he had only been with the gang a few days.
"How are you, Jess?" answered the Kid. "It's a long time since we met. Come over to Miguel Sedillo's and take breakfast with me; I've been wanting to have a talk withyou for a long time, but I'm powerful hungry."















































































































































































































































 

Baptisms for children of Martin Cedillo (Sedillo) and Timotea Silva

ID

Child

Baptized/Note

Age/Birthdate

Place

Father

Mother

Godfather

Godmother

Notes

Page #

1396

Cedillo, Juan

01Dec1902

9 Nov 1902

San Patricio

Cedillo, Martin

Silva, Timotea

Sanchez, José M.

Sanchez, Antonia

 

4/141

996

Cedillo, José Miguel

11Sep1900

9 Aug 1900

 

Cedillo, Martin

Silva, Timotea

Perez, Faustino

Contreras, Joséfa

 

4/77

5974

Sedillo, Francisco

03Apr1892

12 Mar 1892

San Patricio

Sedillo, Martin

Silva, Timotea

Sedillo, Raphael

?, Reinalda

 

183

134

Cedillo, Eufelia

29Jan1895

11 Oct 1895

San Patricio

Sedillo, Martin

Silva, Timotea

Gutierrez, Francisco

Sedillo, Angela

 

A/242

5958

Sedillo, Maria Ines

08Aug1890

21 Jun 1890

Lincoln

Sedillo, Martin

Silva, Timotea

Trujillo, Pedro

Miranda, Andrea

 

164

5975

Sedillo, José

02Mar1894

19 Dec 1893

San Patricio

Sedillo, Martin

Silva, Timotea

Sisneros, Teofilo

Fresques, Reyes

 

206

740

Cedillo, Petra

14Feb1899

14 Dec 1898

 

Cedillo, Martin

Silva, Timotea

Maes, Roman

Mendoza, Concepcion

 

4/35

ID

Child

Baptized/Note

Age/Birthdate

Place

Father

Mother

Godfather

Godmother

Notes

Page #

31

Sedillo, Francisca

09Jun1895

15 Apr 1895

San Patricio

Sedillo, Xisto

Olguin, Margarita

Maes, Juan

Serna, Maria

 

A/232

32

Sedillo, Francisca

01Oct1913

 

 

Sedillo, Xisto

Olguin, Margarita

 

 

m. Otero, José

A/232

2608

Cedillo, Leopoldo

24Apr1909

24 Mar 1909

San Patricio

Cedillo, Cixto

Olguin, Margarita

Gutierres, Francisco

Cedillo, Angelita

 

D/83

2609

Cedillo, Leopoldo

14Apr1940

 

 

Cedillo, Cixto

Olguin, Margarita

 

 

m. Sanchez, Adelaida

D/83

5986

Sedillo, Miguel

13Dec1891

28 Nov 1891

San Patricio

Sedillo, Sisto

Olguin, Margarita

Sedillo, Martin

Silva, Timotea

 

180

3108

Cedillo, Daniel

28Feb1912

2 Feb 1912

San Patricio

Cedillo, Xisto

Olguin, Margarita

Gonzales, Isaquio

Hernandez, Jesus

 

D/155

6154

Sedillo, Miguel

 

 

 

Sedillo, Sisto

Olguin, Margarita

 

 

m. Trujillo, Rita

180

5959

Cedillo, Anesemio

02Nov1893

8 months

Lincoln

Sedillo, Xisto

Olguin, Margarita

Olguin, Estanislao

Sedillo, Lorenza

 

200

756

Sedillo, Ramon

08Apr1899

25 Feb 1899

San Patricio

Sedillo, Sisto

Olguin, Margarita

Herrera, Pascual

Tafoya, Nabora

 

4/38

3109

Cedillo, Daniel

15Aug1951

 

Ruidoso

Cedillo, Xisto

Olguin, Margarita

 

 

m. Montaño, Flora

D/155

1279

Cedillo, Eduardo

18May1902

20 Oct 1904

 

Cedillo, Sixto

Olguin, Margarita

Lucero, Aniceto

Trujillo, Refugio

 

4/124

1280

Cedillo, Eduardo

26Feb1938

 

 

Cedillo, Sixto

Olguin, Margarita

 

 

m. Mes, Dominga

4/124

Children Of Don Sisto (Sixto) Sedillo

San Patricio, a Mexican plaza on the
Ruidoso river, about eight miles below
Lincoln, was a favorite hangout for the
4 "Kid" and his "warriors," as most of
the natives there were their sympathiz-
ers.

One morning, before breakfast, in San
Patricio, Jose Miguel Sedillo brought
the "Kid" news that Jesse Evans and a
crowd of ' ' Seven River Warriors ' ' were
prowling around in the hills, near the
old Bruer ranch, where a band of the
Chisum-McSween horses were being
kept.

Thinking that their intentions were to
steal these horses, the "Kid" and party



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started without eating breakfast. In the
party, besides the "Kid,", were Charlie
Bowdre, Henry Brown, J. G. Skerlock,
John Middleton, and a young Texan by
the name of Tom OThalliard, who had
lately joined the gang.