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By fromGalveston - Posted on 01 December 2008

2.  MARIA4DE ONATE was born 14 Feb 1542 in San Miguel. Valladolid, Spain, and died in Vitoria. Guipuzcoa, Spain.  She married RUYDIAZ-DE-SALDIVAR2in Vitoria, Guipuzcoa, Spain, son of JUANMARTINEZ-DE-ZALDIVARand MARIADE EGUILETA.  He was born in Vitoria, Guipuzcoa, Spain.
 
Notes for MARIADE ONATE:
Source: Mil Familias III by Rodolfo Gonzalez de la Garza. Page 416.
 
Notes for RUYDIAZ-DE-SALDIVAR: A.K.A. Rodrigo Diaz de Saldivar.
Source: Mil Familias III by Rodolfo Gonzalez de la Garza. Page 416.
       
Children of MARIADE ONATEand RUYDIAZ-DE-SALDIVARare:
                   i.       MAESE DE CAMPOJUAN5DE SALDIVAR-Y-ONATE, b. Vitoria, Guipuzcoa, Spain; m. MARINAMENDOZA-DE-MARIN, Zacatecas, Mexico; b. Mexico City, F.D., Mexico.
 
Notes for MAESE DE CAMPOJUANDE SALDIVAR-Y-ONATE:
In 1540, he headed an expedition from Nueva Galicia to Florida. Source:Historia del Nuevo Reino de Leon by Eugenio del Hoyo.
New Mexico's First Colonists, compiled and arranged by David H. Snow.
 
Marriage Notes for JUANDE SALDIVAR-Y-ONATEand MARINAMENDOZA-DE-MARIN:
Mil Familias III by Rodolfo Gonzalez de la Garza. Page 326.
Fundadores de Nueva Galicia - Guadalajara - Tomo I, by Guillermo Garmendia Leal. Page 10 and 70.
 
                  ii.    LT. CAPTAIN GENERALVICENTEDE SALDIVAR-Y-ONATE3, b. Vitoria, Guipuzcoa, Spain; d. 20 Feb 1635/36, Ciudad Zacatecas, Zacatecas, Mexico; m. MAGDALENADE MENDOZA-SALAZAR, Abt. 1568, Zacatecas, Mexico; b. Granada, Spain.
 
Notes for LT. CAPTAIN GENERALVICENTEDE SALDIVAR-Y-ONATE:
He was the lieutenant captain general of the Viceroy, Don Martin Enriquez de Almanza.
This viceroy's served the king of Spain from November 5, 1568 to October 3, 1580.
Source: From the book's, Don Juan de Onate Colonizer of New Mexico by George P. Hammond and Northern New Spain, A research Guide by Thomas C. Barnes, Thomas H, Nayor, And Charles W. Polzer.
 
 
 
                 iii.       ALONSODE SALDIVAR-Y-ONATE, m. ISABELDE VERGARA.
                 iv.       DIEGODE SALDIVAR-Y-ONATE.
 
 
3.  COUNTCRISTOBAL4DE NAHARRIONDO-PEREZ-DE-ONATE(JUAN3PEREZ-DE-ONATE, CRISTOBAL2PEREZ-DE-NARRIAHONDO, PEDRO1DE BAEZA)was born Abt. 1500 in Onate, Guipuzcoa, Spain, and died 06 Oct 1567 in Panuco, Zacatecas, Mexico.  He married CATALINASALAZAR-DE-CADENA1545 in Spain, daughter of GONZALODE SALAZARand CATALINADE-LA-CADENA-Y-MALVENA.  She was born Abt. 1510 in Granada, Andalusia, Spain, and died in Panuco, Zacatecas, Mexico?.
 
Notes for COUNTCRISTOBALDE NAHARRIONDO-PEREZ-DE-ONATE:
In 1524, he and his family arrived in Mexico. By 1526, he was an official in Mexico City.
In the summer of 1539, he gave his friend, Coronado, two handsome horses. Only one horse survived Coronado's long expedition.
Hero of the Mixton War.
Inspector of finances for Nueva Galicia. In 1540 he succeeded Coronado as Governor of Nuevo Galicia, New Spain (Mexico). Guadalajara was it's capital city.
In 1548, Don Cristobal was one of the  founders and the wealthiest silver miner of Zacatecas, Mexico. Father of Juan de Onate, the celebrated founder of New Mexico
During the era of the Viceroy Don Antonio de Mendoza, he was the Conquistador of Suchilila.
Source: From the book's,
New Mexico Royal Road by Max L. Moorhead;
Origen de los Fundadores de Texas, Nuevo Mexico, Coahuila, y Nuevo Leon, by Guillermo Garmendia Leal. (page 66 & 67).
Coronado, Knight of Pueblos and Plains by Herbert Eugene Bolton;
The Last Conquistador, Juan de Onate and the Settling of the far Southwest, by Marc Simmons.
New Mexico's First Colonists, compiled and arranged by David H. Snow.
Glory, God, and Gold, edited by Lewis Gannett.
With All Arms by Carl Laurence Duaine;
Historia del Nuevo Reino de Leon, by Eugenio del Hoyo.
and the Texas Handbook Online.
A.K.A. Cristobal de Onate y Narria.
 
Notes for CATALINASALAZAR-DE-CADENA:
Her grand-parents were members of the royal court of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain.
Source: With all Arms by Carl Laurence Duaine.
Her father was the lieutenant governor of all of New Spain and factor of the Royal treasury in Mexico.
Source: From the book, Don Juan de Onate Colonizer of New Mexico, by George P. Hammond.
Dona Catalina was twice married. 1st. Don Ruy Diaz de Mendoza. 2nd.Governor Cristobal de Onate.
In the book,The Last Conquistador, Juan de Onate and the settling of the far Southwest, the author,
Marc Simmons, list her 1st husband as Don Ruy Diaz de Mendoza.
>From both of her marriages, she left descendents who now live in Texas.
Source: Origen de los Fundadores de Texas, Nuevo Mexico, Coahuila, y Nuevo Leon, Saltillo Tomo II, by
Guillermo Garmendia Leal. Page 66.
Glory, God, and Gold, edited by Lewis Gannett.
       
Children of CRISTOBALDE NAHARRIONDO-PEREZ-DE-ONATEand CATALINASALAZAR-DE-CADENAare:
                   i.       ALCALDE MAYORFERNANDO5DE ONATE, b. Panuco, Zacatecas, Mexico; d. Tacambaro, Michoacan, Mexico; m. LEONORDE RIVADENEIRA-Y-MERIDA.
 
Notes for ALCALDE MAYORFERNANDODE ONATE:
Source:Origen de los Fundadores de Texas, Nuevo Mexico, Coahuila, y Nuevo Leon, Saltillo Tomo II, by
Guillermo Garmendia Leal. Page 67.
A History of New Mexico by Gaspar Perez de Villagra, Alcala - 1610, translated by Gilberto Espinosa.
 
Notes for LEONORDE RIVADENEIRA-Y-MERIDA:
A.K.A, Dona Leonor Riva de Neira.
 
                  ii.       MARIADE ONATE-SALAZAR, m. JOSE-ANTONIODE ORDAZ; d. Puebla, Mexico.
                 iii.       ANTONIADE PEREZ-DE-ONATE-SALAZAR, b. Panuco, Zacatecas, Mexico; m. BERNARDOVASQUEZ-DE-TAPIA, Panuco, Zacatecas, Mexico.
 
Notes for BERNARDOVASQUEZ-DE-TAPIA:
His niece, Dona Guiomar Vasquez de Espinosa, was married to Don Luis Cortez. (Hernan Cortez's son).
 
                 iv.       CATHALINADE PEREZ-DE-ONATE-SALAZAR, b. Panuco, Zacatecas, Mexico.
                  v.       LUISPEREZ-DE-ONATE.
                 vi.       ALONSODE ONATE, b. Panuco, Zacatecas, Mexico; d. New Mexico ?; m. INESDE RIVADENEIRA.
 
Notes for ALONSODE ONATE:
In the book's, Origins of New Mexico Families by Fray Angelico Chavez, and The Last Conquistador by Marc Simmons, it is stated that he is the yougest of the brothers.
A History of New Mexico by Gaspar Perez de Villagra, Alcala - 1610, translated by Gilberto Espinosa.
and in the book, Don Juan de Onate, Colonizer of New Mexico, by George P. Hammond, Don Alonso is listed as a brother.
 
 
                vii.       CRISTOBALPEREZ-DE-ONATE, b. 1552, Panuco, Zacatecas, Mexico.
 
Notes for CRISTOBALPEREZ-DE-ONATE:
Twin brother to Juan de Onate.
Attended the University of Salamanca, Spain.
No further information has been found on his life.
Source: From the books, Portraits of Basques in the New World, edited by Richard W. Etulain and Heronima Echeverria.
A History of New Mexico by Gaspar Perez de Villagra, Alcala - 1610, translated by Gilberto Espinosa.
 
               viii.       GOVERNORJUANPEREZ-DE-ONATE, b. 1552, Panuco, Zacatecas, Mexico; d. Abt. 03 Jun 1626, Guadalcanal, Spain; m. ISABELDE TOLOSA-CORTEZ-MOCTEZUMA, Abt. 1588, Panuco, Zacatecas, Mexico; b. Mexico City, F.D., Mexico; d. 1620, Panuco, Zacatecas, Mexico.
 
Notes for GOVERNORJUANPEREZ-DE-ONATE:
Explorer and founder of the first European colony in the upper Rio Grande valley of New Mexico.
 
Twin brother to Cristobal de Onate.
In 1567, at 15 years of age, he took over the responsibility of managing his family properties
and mining business.
On August 27, 1592, the Viceroy of New Spain, named him as alcalde mayor of San Luis Potosi.
In July 23, 1596, at the mines of Avino, Durango, he organized his force that would be part of the
entrada into New Mexico. Source:A History of New Mexico by Gaspar Perez de Villagra, Alcala - 1610, translated by Gilberto Espinosa.
On April 30, 1598, as Conquistador and in the name of King Felipe II of Spain, he took possession of all the kingdoms and provinces of New Mexico. His explorations extended from the Colorado River to the plains of Kanasa.
>From 1598 to 1607, he served as governor of New Mexico.
By 1607, he had lost favor with the Spanish government, and on August 24, 1607, he resigned his post. Source:Kiva, Cross, and Crown by John L. Kessell.
He was the first to give the name "Apache" to the indian tribe of New Mexico. A Zuni word for "Enemy".
Exiled from New Mexico, he returned to Spain.
In in Spain, and on October 4, 1625, he signed his last will and testament.
He was both, uncle and cousin to Juan and Vicente de Saldivar. Cousin to Fray Cristobal de Salazar.
Source:From the book's;
A History of New Mexico by Gaspar Perez de Villagra, Alcala - 1610, translated by Gilberto Espinosa.
Arizona, A History by Thomas E. Sheridan.
Origen de los Fundadores de Texas, Nuevo Mexico, Coahuila, y Nuevo Leon,
by Guillermo Garmendia Leal.
Coronado, Knight of Pueblos and Plains by Herbert Eugene Bolton
Spanish Texas 1519 - 1821 by Donald E Chipman.
Great River - The Rio Grande in North American History by Paul Horgan.
Historia del Nuevo Reino de Leon, by Eugenio del Hoyo.
The Last Conquistador, Juan de Onate and the settling of the far Southwest, by Marc Simmons.
Beyond the Frontier, Exploring the Indian Country, by Stan Hoig.
Northern New Spain, A Research Guide by Thomas C. Barnes, Thomas H. Naylor and Charles W. Polzer.
Mexico's Miguel Caldera, the Taming of America's First Frontier (1548-1597) by Philip Eayne Powell.
Nueva Vizcaya, Heartland of the Spanish Frontier, by Oakah L. Jones, Jr.
Portraitsof Basques in the New World, edited by Richard W. Etulain and Heronima Echeverria.
New Mexico's First Colonists, compiled and arranged by David H. Snow.
Glory, God, and Gold, edited by Lewis Gannett.
Rio del Norte by Carroll L. Riley
The Texas Handbook Online.
 
A.K.A. Juan de Onate y Salazar and Juan de Onate.
 
Notes for ISABELDE TOLOSA-CORTEZ-MOCTEZUMA:
Grand-daughter to Hernan Cortez and great-grand-daughter of Moctezuma, Emperor of the Aztec.
Her father, Captain Juanes de Tolosa, was a prominent figure in the conquest and settlement of Nueva Galicia, New Spain. (Mexico)
Her death in 1594, is mentioned in the book, Land of the Conquistadores by Cleve Hallenbrek.
Source:Historia de la Nueva Mexico, 1610, by Gaspar Perez de Villagra.
Spanish Texas 1519 - 1821 by Donald E Chipman.
Source:The Last Conquistador, Juan de Onate and the settling of the far Southwest, by Marc Simmons.
Kiva, Cross, and Crown, the Pecos indians and New Mexico 1540-1840 by John L. Kessell.
Glory, God, and Gold, edited by Lewis Gannett.
The Texas Handbook Online.
 
 
Marriage Notes for JUANPEREZ-DE-ONATEand ISABELDE TOLOSA-CORTEZ-MOCTEZUMA:
Marriage source:Origen de los Fundadores de Texas, Nuevo Mexico, Coahulia, y Nuevo Leon, by Guillermo Garmendia Leal. (page 66).
The Last Conquistador, Juan de Onate and the settling of the far Southwest, by Marc Simmons.
 
 
4.  JUAN4PEREZ-DE-ONATE-GONZALEZ(JUAN3PEREZ-DE-ONATE, CRISTOBAL2PEREZ-DE-NARRIAHONDO, PEDRO1DE BAEZA)was born Abt. 1501, and died Aft. 1537 in Peru.
 
Notes for JUANPEREZ-DE-ONATE-GONZALEZ:
In 1537, he left for Peru.
Source: Historia del Nuevo Reino de Leon 1577 - 1723, by Eugenio del Hoyo.
 
       
Child of JUANPEREZ-DE-ONATE-GONZALEZis:
                   i.       CRISTOBAL5DE ONATE, d. 08 Jan 1567/68, Madrid, Spain.
 
Notes for CRISTOBALDE ONATE:
On May 5, 1567 - January 8, 1568, he was tried for conspiracy against the King of Spain. During his trial, he was tortured. Found guilty, he was executed.
The Harkness Collection in the Library of Congress. Manuscripts concerning Mexico. A Guide.
Library of Congress, US manuscript division, Washington, D.C.

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