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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

Daniel:
Good for you! maybe all of us have many branches where we don't Know the second name or husband of someone, or we have pedro Peres in Jalisco but the same arrived before in Oaxaca.. that can be useful,in a small source you have onother clues. I found today that Maria Zamora wife of Fernando De la Mora y Hurtado de Mendoza was Zamora y Solis.. excuse my english Leticia reynoso> From: mendezdelcamino@live.com> To: research@nuestrosranchos.com> Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2009 11:04:09 -0800> Subject: Re: [Nuestros Ranchos] sitio interesante> > > Hi Leticia, this site is a good source of info! I found a Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, could this be the father of the famous Isabel Hurtado de Mendoza married to Toribio Hernández de Arellano? The time and place are really exact. I found it in the first Guadalajara section or Nochistlán. -Daniel Camino> _________________________________________________________________> Get 5 GB of storage with Windows Live Hotmail.> http://windowslive.com/Explore/Hotmail?ocid=TXT_TAGLM_WL_hotmail_acq_5gb_112008> -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --> Nuestros Ranchos Research Mailing List> > To post, send email to:> research(at)NuestrosRanchos.com> > To change your subscription, log on to:> http://www.NuestrosRanchos.com
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Hi Leticia, I have worked on the Zamora line of Zamora, Michoacán! How far have you gotten, Ive done some work on it. -Daniel
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Hi Daniel ,
I have two Maria Zamora's in my tree, in fact the onlys Zamora's I have, one in Ocotlan or Tepatitlan Jalisco vers 1655 married with Fernando de la Mora Hurtado de Mendoza parents of Juan de la Mora Hurtado de Mendoza married with Leonor Hermosillo, and the other one married also in Ocotlan with Alonso Romero de Chaves parents of Nicolas Romero de Chaves at same dates I don´t Know if is the same person..thanks Leticia Reynoso
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R.A.Ricci
The Hernandez-Gamno family first settled in Aguascalientes. Domingo Hernandez-Gamino and Juana Gomez del Espejo had a few children born there. They moved to Leon where some of their children were married. They spread to Ayo el Chico and Arandas, with branches later extending to Jalostotitlan and San Miguel el Alto.
Brothers Juan and Blas Hernandez-Gamino married two Dominguez sisters.
Juan married Ana and they had a daughter named Juana who married Juan Macias-Valadez

Blas married Luisa on 19/jul/1654 in Aguascalientes, and had a daughter also named Luisa who married Niclas de los Santos y Bustos on 12/jun/1696 also in aguascalientes
Blas was also known as Blas Gomez Espejo

My wife and I both descend from the hernandez-Dominguez lines.
Feel free to ask me for more information. Steve hernandez wrote a very good article documenting his lines of the family. The work is incomplete as it focuses more on his personal lines but it is a good starting point for your research on the Hernandez-Gamino famiy and I highly recommend it.

I have long suspected that Toribio Hernandez de arellano was a member of the ramirez de arellano line. There are many!!! other reasons to agree with this line!!! I spent a lot of time and effort working fruitlessly when the answer was right under my nose. When working on his tree I made the simple mistake of not remembering that hernandez and fernandez are interchangeable in this period of time.I have done much work on the fernandez de hijar line without even thinking to connect it with toribio Hernandez .I would have come to this same conclusion a long time ago if I had only opened my eyes.
I am a little confused about isabel mendoza parents. I have not spent any time or effort working on this line because I had believed that her father was inigo Hurtado de mendoza? I did not know that there was a questiion about her parents.

R.A.Ricci

.A.Ricci

Can you clarify who were the parents of Juan and Blas Hernandez-Gamino? Were they Domingo and Juana?

Jaime

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R.A.Ricci
The Hernandez-Gamno family first settled in Aguascalientes. Domingo Hernandez-Gamino and Juana Gomez del Espejo had a few children born there. They moved to Leon where some of their children were married. They spread to Ayo el Chico and Arandas, with branches later extending to Jalostotitlan and San Miguel el Alto.
Brothers Juan and Blas Hernandez-Gamino married two Dominguez sisters.
Juan married Ana and they had a daughter named Juana who married Juan Macias-Valadez

Blas married Luisa on 19/jul/1654 in Aguascalientes, and had a daughter also named Luisa who married Niclas de los Santos y Bustos on 12/jun/1696 also in aguascalientes
Blas was also known as Blas Gomez Espejo

My wife and I both descend from the hernandez-Dominguez lines.
Feel free to ask me for more information. Steve hernandez wrote a very good article documenting his lines of the family. The work is incomplete as it focuses more on his personal lines but it is a good starting point for your research on the Hernandez-Gamino famiy and I highly recommend it.

You are correct, I also have this suspicion about Toribio, he is obviously related to the Ramirez Arellano, Toribio was said to be a distant relative of Tristan
de Luna y Arellano. If my guess is correct, Toribio should be son of Juan Fernandez de Hijar and Catalina Ramirez de Arellano. Not sure why he would combine his parents last name if this is correct? Which Inigo Mendoza are you talking about? -Daniel Camino
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Domingo Hernandez-Gamino and Juana Gomez del Espejo are the parents of Juan and Blas. Juan Hernandez Gamino used his father's last name more often but his brother interchangeably used Hernandez Gamino and GHomez de Espejo as his last name.I have more dates and info on parents and siblings if you want it.

R.A.Ricci

Domingo Hernandez-Gamino and Juana Gomez del Espejo are the parents of Juan and Blas. Juan Hernandez Gamino used his father's last name more often but his brother interchangeably used Hernandez Gamino and GHomez de Espejo as his last name.I have more dates and info on parents and siblings if you want it.

R.A.Ricci

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