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By 1traviesa - Posted on 20 August 2011

I came across this document and need some help understanding it...

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c302/1traviesa/joannaturaldehaciendadevillalpandobapt1pg.jpg

Amalia Hernandez-Arias

En veinte y un días del mes de febrero de mil y seiscientos y treinta y ocho años . . .puse el santo olio y chrisma a Joan hijo de Andrés y Christina Angelina naturales de la hacienda de Villalpando. Fueron sus padirnos Diego Miguel y Ana María de la misma hacienda, baptiçole por salir muy malo, Jusepe de Villalpando, español.
[Rúbrica] Fr. Alonso de Contreras

It appears the Villalpando family held lands in and out of Guanajuato. It appears this Jusepe de Villalpando was a relative of the hacendado. Some other sources I have are the following:

“Juan Villalpando recibió como merced del Cabildo de la villa de León tres caballerías. Pedro Medel recibió otras tantas de la misma autoridad, que después vendió a Villalpando en $100 el 10 de febrero de 1610.” Haciendas de Guanajuato by Isauro Rionda Arreguín

In 1610 Juan de Villalpando had received three caballerías from the city council and then purchased the land that belonged to Pedro Medel, without doubt in my mind this Pedro Medel is the same one who established himself around the same time in Guanajuato. The Medel family would reach Aguascalientes society by marrying into the Alonso de los Hinojos, Montañés, Tello de Orozco, Pérez Burgeño and López de Elizalde families.

Another one, though these are about the Villalpandos of León in the XVIII century. In the 1700s a descendant of the Villalpando had acquired the haciendas San Rafael and San Felipe. They had also purchased silver mines (follows) and became business partners with el conde de la Valenciana, el conde de Pérez-Gálvez, and el marques de Sardaneta.

It is said that Tomás Alejandro de Villalpando who settled in Aguascalientes and married María de Vargas on 7 Oct 1677 and again on 12 Mar 1690 to María de Jaén was from León, Guanajuato. I would like to prove this claim.

Guanajuato, Michoacán. Tierras. Años 1713-44. VoL 295. Exp. 1. F. 542.
Po. Inventario de los bienes pertenecientes a Juan de Villalpando, entre los que se encuentran las haciendas de San Rafael y San Felipe

Valenciana, Ruhl, Perez-Galvez, and Otero, are all indebted for their possessions to the mines of Valenciana and Villalpando, at Guanajuato. The family of Sardaneta, formerly Marquises de Rayas.

Daniel Méndez Camino

Wow thats cool that you know exactly where to look for these things. I'm still going through all the baptismals for the years up to 1694 when my Vialpando's migrated to New Mexico. The land patent that they owned in New Mexico my cousins still have the rights to and use the land for grazing. They got it in the late 1800's. did you come across any in Jerez? I looked through all the baptismals they had for when Ambrosio should have been born and did not see one sigle Villalpando. I came across a place also in Leon called Cerrito de Jerez. I'm wondering if this is the Jerez that the marriage record was refrencing.

Amalia Hernandez Arias

The matrimonial investigation of Tomas de Villalpando in 1677 (in Aguascalientes) begins as follows:

7em 4 1677
Thomas de Villalpando vesina de esta Jurisdicion de mas tiempo de un ano hijo legitimo de Tomas de Villalpando y a difunto y de Maria Beles vesino de villa de Leon ...

This document is for his marriage with Maria de Vargas.

The Thomas who is getting married would have been born about 1650/55, and his father Tomas, I estimate, would have been born about 1620.

I would like to know if, and how, Tomas de Villalpando is related to the Villalpandos mentioned in the prior postings.

George Fulton
Pleasanton, CA

George,

This is really interesting, thank you for sharing.I will also repost part of my last message, “Juan Villalpando recibió como merced del Cabildo de la villa de León tres caballerías. Pedro Medel recibió otras tantas de la misma autoridad, que después vendió a Villalpando en $100 el 10 de febrero de 1610.” Haciendas de Guanajuato by Isauro Rionda Arreguín. So if this Juan de Villalpando bought land in 1610, I will assume he was an adult as a landowner maybe born around 1580 or so. Could this Juan de Villalpando be the father or grandfather of our Tomas de Villalpando married to Maria Velez who had the Tomas de Villalpando who moved to Aguascalientes?

Daniel Méndez Camino

Daniel

From the date range in which I estimate Tomas (who married Maria de Veles) could have been born, this is a possibility. But I have no evidence.

Tomas de Villalpando and Maria de Veles could have been married in the first part of the 1650s, or possibly earlier. This may be in the Leon marriage records, but I haven't looked at these records yet.

George Fulton
Pleasanton, CA

Ive been days and days into the Leon marriage records...I found this on somos primos, and I had already saved one from the records. They must have 2 for Marcos because the one i have is for a diffrent date, but looks like the same family.

3 de abril de 1680
Don Marcos de Villalpando, h.l. de Tomás de Villalpando y María Vélez; con María López, h.l. de Nicolás de Aranda y María López.

Amalia Hernandez Arias

I took a quick look in the first volume of Leon marriages (1636-1787) to see if there was any mention of Tomas de Villalpando and Maria de Veles.

The beginning of the volume is in pretty bad shape, and appears that a substantial number of pages are missing. There is very little from the 1630s, a little from the 1650s.

I found only two records of interest:

image 31: Marcos Villalpando and Maria Lopez, Espanoles, married 16 May 1680.

image 41: Francisco de Candelas married Catharina de Villalpando (daughter of Nicolas de Villalpando and Juana de Resina Vallesilla [I'm not sure if Vallesilla is part of the name], married 23 Jan 1689.

Tomas is not mentioned in either of these documents.

George Fulton
Pleasanton, CA

Amalia

You must have posted this just as I was posting my finding. The May 16, 1680 record has very little detail.

I wonder what the reference is for the Somos Primos citation. The image I found (image 31) does not have this level of detail; the records on the previous page are from Jan and Feb 1680.

George Fulton
Pleasanton, CA

Is this Lopez come from the Lopez Elizalde. Is there Any mention of a Gabriel de Villalpando as a son of thos couple in any of your records?
R A Ricci
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I took a quick look in the first volume of Leon marriages (1636-1787) to see if there was any mention of Tomas de Villalpando and Maria de Veles.

The beginning of the volume is in pretty bad shape, and appears that a substantial number of pages are missing. There is very little from the 1630s, a little from the 1650s.

I found only two records of interest:

image 31: Marcos Villalpando and Maria Lopez, Espanoles, married 16 May 1680.

image 41: Francisco de Candelas married Catharina de Villalpando (daughter of Nicolas de Villalpando and Juana de Resina Vallesilla [I'm not sure if Vallesilla is part of the name], married 23 Jan 1689.

Tomas is not mentioned in either of these documents.

George Fulton
Pleasanton, CA

Here is where i found it...search the page for villalpando

http://www.somosprimos.com/sp2004/spaug04/spaug04.htm

Amalia Hernandez Arias

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