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By Jaime Alvarado - Posted on 19 January 2009

Juana Dominguez (Married to Juan Macias Valadez, 12 Jun 1683 in
Aguascalientes) was daughter of Juan Hernandez and Ana Dominguez. Juana had at least 6 siblings. In the baptismal records of one of these, Ana is listed as Ana Domingues de los Inojos (Hinojos). I've not been able to locate Juan & Ana's marriage record, to find the names of the Juana's grandparents, so I've hit a road block. However, I found a potential couple: Pedro Alonso de los Inojos and Ana Domingues (died 14 August 1675). Could these be Ana's parents and thus Juana's grandparents? Any help will be appreciated.

Jaime

Jaime,

You are correct. Pedro Alonso de los Inojos and Ana Dominguez married in Sierra de Pinos 3 May 1632 and had ten children before 1650. At least seven of them were baptized at the old "Parroquia de la Asuncion de Aguascalientes", including their daughter Ana Dominguez, who went by her mother's name. This Ana married twice. First, she married Juan Hernandez (I haven't found their marriage record either) who died Feb 1688 in Aguascalientes. After her husband died, she married Francisco Fernandez de Palos Dec 1688 at Las Peñuelas. They had no children, as Ana was already 49 years old. The parents of the first Ana Dominguez (who married Pedro Alonso de los Inojos) were Miguel Diaz and Maria Medel. You're probably wondering: Where does the name Ana Dominguez come from...? Well, it's not that complicated. Maria Medel was the daughter of Pedro Medel and Ana Dominguez. The name of this first Ana Dominguez was used for several generations by her descendants, which is typical of that period.

Hope this helps.

Bill Figueroa

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Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Ana Dominguez de Inojos

Juana Dominguez (Married to Juan Macias Valadez, 12 Jun 1683 in Aguascalientes) was daughter of Juan Hernandez and Ana Dominguez. Juana had at least 6 siblings. In the baptismal records of one of these, Ana is listed as Ana Domingues de los Inojos (Hinojos). I've not been able to locate Juan & Ana's marriage record, to find the names of Juana's grandparents, so I've hit a road block. However, I found a potential couple: Pedro Alonso de los Inojos and Ana Domingues (died 14 August 1675). Could these be Ana's parents and thus Juana's grandparents? Any help will be appreciated.

Jaime

Bill,
One more time thanks. Regarding Pedro Alonso de los Inojos -and maybe Daniel can contribute here as recently he mentioned Felipe Alonso de los Inojos as the great grandson of Lope Ruiz de Esparza. Do we know what is the relationship between Pedro and Felipe?

Jaime

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From: "Bill Figueroa"
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Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2009 3:08:01 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
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Jaime,

You are correct. Pedro Alonso de los Inojos and Ana Dominguez married in Sierra de Pinos 3 May 1632 and had ten children before 1650. At least seven of them were baptized at the old "Parroquia de la Asuncion de Aguascalientes", including their daughter Ana Dominguez, who went by her mother's name. This Ana married twice. First, she married Juan Hernandez (I haven't found their marriage record either) who died Feb 1688 in Aguascalientes. After her husband died, she married Francisco Fernandez de Palos Dec 1688 at Las Peñuelas. They had no children, as Ana was already 49 years old. The parents of the first Ana Dominguez (who married Pedro Alonso de los Inojos) were Miguel Diaz and Maria Medel. You're probably wondering: Where does the name Ana Dominguez come from...? Well, it's not that complicated. Maria Medel was the daughter of Pedro Medel and Ana Dominguez. The name of this first Ana Dominguez was used for several generations by her descendants, which is typical of that period.

Hope this helps.

Bill Figueroa

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jaime Alvarado"
To:
Sent: Monday, January 19, 2009 8:06 PM
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Ana Dominguez de Inojos

Juana Dominguez (Married to Juan Macias Valadez, 12 Jun 1683 in Aguascalientes) was daughter of Juan Hernandez and Ana Dominguez. Juana had at least 6 siblings. In the baptismal records of one of these, Ana is listed as Ana Domingues de los Inojos (Hinojos). I've not been able to locate Juan & Ana's marriage record, to find the names of Juana's grandparents, so I've hit a road block. However, I found a potential couple: Pedro Alonso de los Inojos and Ana Domingues (died 14 August 1675). Could these be Ana's parents and thus Juana's grandparents? Any help will be appreciated.

Jaime

Hi Jaime, from the "dispensa" if you read my last funny story it wasnt a dispensa but a warning from the Pope and the church. This is what I have Felipe Alonso de los Hinojos hijo legítimo de José Alonso de los Hinojos y Teresa Ruiz de Esparza...porque dice Josepha Márquez de Ulloa (she was alive and swore all this info was correct she herself was a granddaughter of Lope) Porque de tronco es Lope Ruiz de Esparza quien tuvó a María y Jacinto Ruiz de Esparza, Jacinto tuvó a Teresa Ruiz de Esparza madre del pretensoy mi madre María prima de ella. Yo tuvé Leonor de Villagrán y Ulloa madre de la pretensa (Agueda de Estrada. Felipe's father (José Alonso de los Hinojos was son of Pedro Alonso and Ana Domínguez if im correct. Maybe Bill can sustain my statement? ALso. There is a Leonor Sánchez de Hinojos how does she fit in is she a daughter of Pedro? Where does Sánchez come from. Eventually the last bit of the dispensa says something about no debéis estar juntos ni veros along the lines basically a warning.

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Jaime,

Felipe Alonso de los Inojos was the grandson of Pedro Alonso de los Inojos and Ana Dominguez. Felipe's parents were Jose Alonso de los Inojos and Teresa Ruiz de Esparza. Felipe was baptized 25 May 1672 at "Parroquia de la Asunción de Aguascalientes".

Bill

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Bill,

One more time thanks. Regarding Pedro Alonso de los Inojos - and maybe Daniel can contribute here as recently he mentioned Felipe Alonso de los Inojos as the great grandson of Lope Ruiz de Esparza. Do we know what is the relationship between Pedro and Felipe?

Jaime

Thanks again Bill,
I also found some information that you may be interested in (although you may already have it). I located and downloaded the jpg files for the burial records of the following:
1. Pedro Alonso de los Inojos, buried March 23 1660 in Aguascalientes
2. Ana Dominguez (wife of Pedro Alonso de los Inojos) buried in Aguascalientes August 14, 1675

I also found the baptism record of: Juana Dominguez (April 11, 1665), daughter of Juan Hernandez and Ana Dominguez.

Now, this is when it gets interesting, and you may be able to provide some insight. In the marriage record of Juan Macias Valades, son of Joseph Macias Valades and Catalina de la Vega, with Juana, on June 12, 1683 in Aguascalientes, Juana Dominguez is listed as Juana Gomez Espejo, legitimate daughter of Juan Hernandez and Ana Dominguez. Any idea where does the "Gomez Espejo" comes from and why would she be given that surname at her wedding? In the marriage of their son Sevastian Macias Valades to Juana Gonzalez Hermosillo, she is simply listed as Juana Dominguez.

Jaime

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Figueroa"
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Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2009 12:48:42 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
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Jaime,

Felipe Alonso de los Inojos was the grandson of Pedro Alonso de los Inojos and Ana Dominguez. Felipe's parents were Jose Alonso de los Inojos and Teresa Ruiz de Esparza. Felipe was baptized 25 May 1672 at "Parroquia de la Asunción de Aguascalientes".

Bill

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Bill,

One more time thanks. Regarding Pedro Alonso de los Inojos - and maybe Daniel can contribute here as recently he mentioned Felipe Alonso de los Inojos as the great grandson of Lope Ruiz de Esparza. Do we know what is the relationship between Pedro and Felipe?

Jaime

Hello Jaime, Its Daniel I believe Juan Hernández is in fact Hernández y Gamiño, the only way a Gómez de Espejo could be produced, there were MANY Juana Gómez de Espejos the last name always passed down maternally. Also if possible I would love a copy of Pedro's and Ana;'s burial record if possible! -Daniel Camino
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I have a strong feeling Juan is son of Domingo Hernández yGamiño and Juana Gómez de Espejo? But need to verify it with documentation! This is my take of a possible take on it. Once again only a possibility, there was a Juan but have no marriage info or such! They were from Ayo El Chico to go all the way to aguas to get married is interesting if he is Gamiño. Taking the time frame Domingo "el mayor" from Trujillo, Spain was the patriarch, so its possible this is the Juan, but we need a marriage or from familysearch or something.

Diego Gómez de Espejo-----Antonia ????
|
Domingo Hernández y Gamiño------Juana Gómez de Espejo
|
Juan Hernández y Gamiño------------Ana Domínguez
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Juan de Macías y Valadés------Juana Gómez de Espejo
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Sebastián de Macías y Valadés------------Juana González de Hermosillo

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Jaime,

Please double-check the marriage record of Juan Macias Valades with Juana Dominguez (aka Juana Gomez). I only have the extraction, and I believe the word after "Gomez" is "esps" which is the usual abbreviation for "españoles". I could be wrong, but I've never seen the surname "Espejo" in any records of Aguascalientes. The extraction I made of the original reads as follows:

12 Junio 1683.- Juan Macias Baladez, hijo legitimo de Joseph Macias Balades y de Catalina Vega, vecs. de esta jurisdicion, con Juana Gomes, esps. hija legitima de Juan Hernandez y de Ana Dominguez, vecs. de dha jurisdicion. Testigos Diego Gonsales, Diego Presiado y los padrinos que fueron Nicolas Ramirez y D. Maria de Siordia.

The record is poorly written, but I interpret it as saying "Juan Macias Baladez con Juana Gomes, españoles". I don't know where the Gomez comes from, maybe from her father's side...? I will check the microfilm I have on permanent loan at the FHC and email you a scan if you don't already have it. The FHC near my home only opens on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and half day Thursdays.

Bill

Bill,
I checked the marriage record. I have transcribed the information putting in parentheses inferred information that cannot be read. Also placing a question mark within brackets [?] is that information that I am not certain. It reads as follows:

Al Margen-- Ju(an) Macias Baladez con Ju(ana) Gomes espejo[?] Casados y Velados
En la Villa de Aguascalientes en doce dias del mes de Junio año de mil (seis) Cientos y ochenta i tres case i vele in facie coletig[?] a Juan Macias (Bala)dez, hijo lexitimo de Joseph Macias Baladez y de Catalina (de) Vega Vesinos de esta Juridicion, Con Juana Gomez Espejo[?], hija (le)xitima d(e) Juan Hernandez, y de Ana Dominguez vesinos de dicha Juridicion aviendo precedido informacion Vastante de su (solteria) y las amonestaciones que dispone... Fueron testigos (de) expresar sus voluntades Diego Gonsales, Diego Presiado y los P(adrinos) que fueron Nicolas Ramirez y D Maria de Sordia...”

There are two important aspects that I want to underscore. First, the comma in your extraction after "Juana Gomes" is not there. Instead it is after Espejo[?]. Second, I checked the usage of racial profile in other records in the same document, and for some reason, this priest would only record the racial group for the individual that belong to castas other than español: morisca, mestizo(a), indio. I need to verify whether there is a consistent practice for other couples by the same priest: Dr. Baltazar Fernando Altami(ra?)no del Castillo.

Finally, I am sending you directly a copy of the record so that you can check it out.

Jaime

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Figueroa"
To: research@NuestrosRanchos.com
Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2009 11:50:04 PM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
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Jaime,

Please double-check the marriage record of Juan Macias Valades with Juana Dominguez (aka Juana Gomez). I only have the extraction, and I believe the word after "Gomez" is "esps" which is the usual abbreviation for "españoles". I could be wrong, but I've never seen the surname "Espejo" in any records of Aguascalientes. The extraction I made of the original reads as follows:

12 Junio 1683.- Juan Macias Baladez, hijo legitimo de Joseph Macias Balades y de Catalina Vega, vecs. de esta jurisdicion, con Juana Gomes, esps. hija legitima de Juan Hernandez y de Ana Dominguez, vecs. de dha jurisdicion. Testigos Diego Gonsales, Diego Presiado y los padrinos que fueron Nicolas Ramirez y D. Maria de Siordia.

The record is poorly written, but I interpret it as saying "Juan Macias Baladez con Juana Gomes, españoles". I don't know where the Gomez comes from, maybe from her father's side...? I will check the microfilm I have on permanent loan at the FHC and email you a scan if you don't already have it. The FHC near my home only opens on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and half day Thursdays.

Bill

Thanks for the scan of the marriage record of Juan Macias Valadez and Juana Dominguez. You're absolutely right, it does say "Gomes espejo". There is no mention of racial group as "españoles", "indios", "mestisos" or what have you, but we know they were "españoles". I have been through most 17th century church records of Aguascalientes and so far have not found anyone with the surname "Gomes Espejo" or "Gomes de Espejo". The compounded surname may have originated in Jalisco, where a Juana Gomez de Espejo married a Pedro Navarro Gaitan in Tepatitlan, Jal. 2 July 1697, and a Joana Gomez de Espejo who married Pedro Gonzalez in San Agustin, Ayo el Chico, Jal. 10 May 1700. The last one was the daughter of Diego Gomez de Espejo and Mensia de Velasco. The only suggestion I have is to check "Informaciones Matrimoniales" of Aguascalientes. I spent nearly two years looking for the parents of my 5th great-grandmother Josepha Iñiguez de Ulloa. Finally I ordered the microfilm with "informaciones matrimoniales" for 1703 and there it was, with great detail including the declarations by several witnesses. As far as I know, those who wished to get married had to undergo the scrutiny of the Catholic Church, whether they needed a "dispensa" or not. Both pretensos were interviewed, as well as their witnesses.

Bill Figueroa

Al Margen-- Ju(an) Macias Baladez con Ju(ana) Gomes espejo Casados y Velados

En la Villa de Aguascalientes en doce dias del mes de Junio año de mil (seis) Cientos y ochenta i tres case i vele in facie ecletia a Juan Macias (Bala)dez, hijo lexitimo de Joseph Macias Baladez y de Catalina (de la) Vega Vesinos de esta Juridicion, Con Juana Gomez Espejo, hija (le)xitima d(e) Juan Hernandez, y de Ana Dominguez vesinos de dicha Juridicion aviendo precedido informacion Vastante de su (solteria) y las amonestaciones que dispone el Sto. Concilio en tres dias festivos inter missarum solemnia... Fueron testigos (al) expresar sus voluntades Diego Gonsales, Diego Presiado y los P(adrinos) que fueron Nicolas Ramirez y D Maria de Sordia...”

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