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SEDILLO FAMILY TREE

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Joaquin Sedillo 1674-1750

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NM Roots Ltd. p. 1788
Sep 27, 1695 (no. 16) Santa Fe, Josquin Rico de Rojas 21, vecino of New Mexico, s/o Capt. Pedro Sedillo de Rojas and Isabel Lopez de Gracia vecinos of New Mexico, both deceased with Maria Varela 20 of unknown parentage, wite: Antonio Martin 44, single, Juan Trujillo 40, married. Pair married Oct 30, 1695 with witnesses Diego Romero and Josefa Hinojos.

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Joaquin Sedillo Land Grant

Sedillo & Antonio Gutiérrez, Joaquín Sedillo, Bosque de los Pinos)

Reel:PLC 274, 275 (54/112-251)

Date Of Royal Grant From King Of Spain 1617-1623

Antonio Gutierrez



Joaquin Sedillo

11/5/1716

Hispano private & Pueblo Purchased

Grantor: Gov Felix Martinez

County Valencia


Claimed Acres 22,636

Confirmed Acres 22,636

Before the Spanish came to the Rio Abajo, Tewa lndians roamed the area and settled in as many as five Pueblos (settlements). The nearby lsleta lndians became allies to the Spanish, who first came to the area in 1540. Bosque Farms was originally part of the Antonio Gutierrez and Joaquin Sedillo land grant in 1716. The Gutierrez and Sedillo properties were sold to Nicolas Duran de Chaves in 1736 and eventually to Clemente Gutierrez. A few years later in 1739 a flood moved the course of the river two miles to the west, and the area became known as "Bosque de Los Pinos" or "Los Pinos."

Joaquin Sedillo







The history of the Villa de San Felipe de Alburquerque .It had been decided in 1698 during the administration of Governor Vargas to establish a city below Bernalillo. Now, that the kingdom was at peace, Governor Cuervo sent general Juan de Ulibarri: sargento mayor, procurador general, and rexidor of this kingdom to inspect an area known as El Bósque Grande de doña Luisa (The Large Grove of doña Luisa also known as “Bosque Grande de San Francisco Xavier”) near the present site of Old Town. This wooded area was named for the widow of Diego de Trujillo, who had built the first estancia in the area about 1632. Juan de Ulibarri found it to be the most fitting and convenient for the establishment of people and a new villa, to make the settlement attractive to colonists, acting Governor Cuervo stationed a detachment of 10 soldiers in the area and awarded land grants to settlers. The soldiers, all of whom brought families, were as follows: Captain don Martín Hurtado, Juan de Piñeda, Francisco García, Pedro Durán y Chávez, Andrés de Montoya, Sebastián de Canseco, Antonio de Silva, José de Salas, Tomás García, Francisco Xavier de Benavides. Additionally, other families settled in the Albuquerque area; among them were Cristóbal Jaramillo, Juan Barela, Francisco Candelaria, Feliciano Candelaria, Nicolás Lucero, Baltazár Romero, Joaquín Sedillo, Antonio Gutiérrez, Cristóbal Barela, Pedro López y Castillo, Bernardina de Salas y Trujillo, Juana Lopez de Castillo.







Children!

Juana Magdalina Sedillo 1699

Isabela Sedillo 13,Jan,1700

Ana Maria Sedillo 1 Aug 1702

Antonio Sedillo 9Oct,1704-15 Dec,1788

Ysabel Sedillo 13 Apr,1707

Domingo Francisco Sedillo 1 Aug,1709

10 Dec 1715 Alburquerque, Carlos López (35), native of New México and soldier of Santa Fé Presidio, and Juana Sedillo (16), married. Native of New México, daughter of Joaquín Sedillo and María Varela.


Joaquin Was a Native of New Mexico .He Married Maria V Lucero in Santa Fe.Soon thereafter ,they moved to the Rio Abajo and reared a large Family on the Joaquin Sedillo Land Grant.The Sedillo Land Grant was located between the Pueblo of Isleta on the north and the old Pueblo of San Clemente on the south, In the vicinity of present Los Lunas.This Spanish Land Grant from the King of Spain Was Granted In the year of our Lord 1716 Source El Rio Abajo By Gilberto Espinosa Bishop Publishing Pages 30, 92,153, 154















Title: BUSTAMANTE, JUAN DOMINGO DE (GOBERNADOR Y CAPITAN

GENERAL). JUNTA DE GUERRA PROCEEDINGS REGARDING CAMPAIGN

AGAINST CUMANCHAS FOR ATTACKS ON JICARILLAS.

Author(s): BUSTAMANTE, JUAN DOMINGO DE (GOBERNADOR)

Date: 11-08-1723 02-11-1724

Documentation: SANTA FE. FEBRUARY 1, 1724. 34 PAGES. AUTO.

PETICION. ORIGINAL. SIGNED. DCT NOVEMBER 8, 1723 - FEBRUARY

11, 1724.

Summary: AUTO DE GUERRA AND TWO ACCOMPANYING LETTERS OF PETITION

RECOUNTING ATTACKS AND DESTRUCTION AGAINST JICARILLA APACHES

BY CUMANCHAS. THE GOBERNADOR OUTLINES THE CASE AGAINST THE

CUMANCHAS AND ESTABLISHES A JUNTA DE GUERRA - THE MEMBERS OF

WHICH GIVE THEIR OPINIONS AS TO THE INITIATION OF A CAMPAIGN

AGAINST THE CUMANCHAS. THE MAJORITY ARE IN FAVOR OF

DEFENDING AND AVENGING THE JICARILLAS, LOYAL VASSALS OF THE

CROWN - THOUGH NOT YET CHRISTIANS. IMPORTANT LETTER BY JUAN

PAEZ HURTADO OUTLINING DANGER OF CUMANCHAS AND THEIR WARLIKE

HISTORY. GOBERNADOR BUSTAMANTE ORDERS CAMPAIGN AND APPOINTS

CAPITAN ANTONIO PEREZ VELARDE TO LEAD IT. MS MENTIONS YUTAS

ARE ALLIED WITH CUMANCHAS AND THERE IS FEAR OF MORE

ALLIANCES. (RAUL SABA) (1980)

Persons: BUSTAMANTE, JUAN DOMINGO DE (GOBERNADOR)/ENRRIQUEZ,

MIGUEL (SECRETARIO)/MIRABAL, JUAN DE (OFM)/MONTES, FRANCISCO

(CAPITAN)/BARAL, ANTONIO (CAPITAN)/GUTIERREZ, ANTONIO

(CAPITAN)/SEDILLO, JOACHIN/LUPAN, JOSEPH/TORRES, DIEGO

(TENIENTE DE ALCALDE)/HURTADO, MARTIN (CAPITAN)/QUINTANA,

MIGUEL DE/MONTOYA, ANTONIO (CAPITAN)/QUINTANA, JOSEPH DE

(CAPITAN)/ROIBAL, IGNACIO DE (CAPITAN)/CASSADO, FRANCISCO

LORENZO DE (CAPITAN)/MARTIN, SIMON/GARCIA, FRANCISCO DE

(CAPITAN)/GARCIA, LUIS (CAPITAN) (ALCALDE MAYOR)/ARIAS DE

QUIROS, DIEGO (CAPITAN)/CASSADOS, FRANCISCO JOSEPH

DE/MONTES, JUAN (SARGENTO)/PLAZA, JOSEPH DE LA

(ALFEREZ)/BUENO, FRANCISCO (CAPITAN) (ALCALDE MAYOR)

Places: SAN DIEGO DE LOS XEMES (PUEBLO)/SAN GERONIMO DE LOS TAOS

(PUEBLO)/BERNALILLO/JICARILLA (VALLE)/RIO ABAJO

(JURISDICCION POLITICA)/LA CANADA (JURISDICCION

POLITICA)/PECOS/ GALISTEO/SANTA CRUZ/ALBURQUERQUE/SANTA FE

Ethnic Group: CUMANCHES/APACHES

JICARILLAS/YUTAS/TAOS/XEMES/APACHES

FARAONES/NAVAJOS/PANANAS/PALOMAS/QUARTELEJO/ ESCALCHUFINES

Keywords: EDUCATION (RELIGIOUS)/INDIANS (REDUCCION)/INDIANS

(WARS)/MILITARY CAMPAIGNS

Subjects: ETHNOGRAPHY/HISTORY/MILITARY/RELIGIOUS

First Location: AZU. FILM 2182 RL. 06 FR. 0104-0137.

Original Location: SANM, SANTA FE, SPAN.ARCH. 1621-1821, RL. 006

FR. 0104-0137.

Other Location: UNM-ZIMMERMAN LIBRARY.

Language: SPANISH

Notes: TWITCHELL VOL. II, NO. 0324.

Serial Number: 275-00508

Title: . PETITION REQUESTING THE RETURN OF A MILITARY DETACHMENT
WHICH HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM ALBURQUERQUE.
Date: 10-15-1712
Documentation: ALBURQUERQUE. OCTOBER 15, 1712. 2 PAGES.
PETICION. ORIGINAL. SIGNED.
Summary: CUERBO HAD GRANTED THE RESIDENTS OF ALBURQUERQUE A
DETACHMENT OF TEN SOLDIERS FOR THEIR PROTECTION. LATER, THE
MARQUES DE LA PENUELA WITHDREW THE DETACHMENT. THE RESIDENTS
ARE PETITIONING FOR THE RETURN OF THE DETACHMENT, HAVING
SUFFERED LOSSES AT THE HANDS OF THE APACHES. (LLOYD KENDALL)
(1980)
Persons: CUERBO, FRANCISCO (GOBERNADOR)/PENUELA, MARQUES DE LA
(GOBERNADOR)/SEDILLO, JOACHIN/XARAMILLO, XPTOBAL/BARELA,
JUAN/ VEFALAN DE LA RIA, FRANCISCO/CANDELARIA, FRANCISCO DE
LA/ TARAMILL, GERONIMO/GARCIA, LUIS/CANDELARIA, FELISIANO DE
LA/ BARELA, XPTOBAL/TORES, JUAN DE/GARCIA, XPTOBAL/GALLEJO,
JUAN/ LOPES, PEDRO/LUZERO, NICOLAS/BARELA, ANTONIO
Places: ALBURQUERQUE (VILLA)
Ethnic Group: APACHES
Keywords: INDIANS (DEPREDATIONS)
Subjects: MILITARY
First Location: AZU. FILM 2182 RL. 04 FR. 0686-0687.
Original Location: SANM, SANTA FE, SPAN.ARCH. 1621-1821, RL. 004
FR. 0686-0687.
Other Location: UNM-ZIMMERMAN LIBRARY.
Language: SPANISH
Notes: TWITCHELL VOL. II, NO. 0181.
Serial Number: 275-00345

Theft Of Sedillo Land Grant

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