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By superhorrible - Posted on 13 December 2019

Hello,

I'm looking for any informacion about 2 couples that I found in a Land Record in Tlaltenango. Both couples are mentioned in the history of the same property

1. Sebastian de Mercado married to Ana de Santillan. Date on the title 2 junio 1644. Title for Ana de Santillan now a widow of Sebastian de Mercado

2. Francisco de Acuna married to Beatriz Mercado. Granddaughter of Ana de Santillan (that is mentioned in the title) Date of the title: 26 mar 1648. Very possible "adjudicacion de tierra" to her granddaughter

NOTE: I'm hoping that these two couples are going to give me any clues on the parents of Juana Mercado (wife of Bernardo Carrillo Davila), because after the property was owned by Beatriz de Mercado (and Francisco de Acuna) the land "goes" to Pedro de la torre Acosta married to Nicolasa Carrillo Davila Mercado daughter of Juana de Mercado.

Any info will be appreciated

Happy Holidays

sus

I would be interested as well because I am a descendant of Ines Rangel de Acuna and Juan Mercado.

I know there are Acuna's and Mercado's in the Fresnillo census. Also I think Sebastian de Mercado and Ana de Santillian or relatives are in the marriage despensa book.

Bernardo Carillo Dávila is the son of Pedro Carillo and Isabel Luna (Aka Delgadillo). Juana Mercado is listed as “expuesta en la casa De Sebastian Mercado”. Captain Sebastian Mercado raised Juana. I recall reading In another record that when Juana married that it was admitted that she was marrying her cousin. The surname was also written as Vasquez De Mercado.

I previously posted:

“Juana Mercado
Submitted by R.A.Ricci (not verified) on Wed, 2017-04-05 16:34.
Sebastian Vasquez de Mercado, son of Pedro Carillo D'avila and Maria Vasquez de Mercado takes in and raises a baby girl that is left on his "" doorstep". It is assumed that this baby girl is Sebastian's born out of wedlock. "Expuesta" is the word used. The Baby is Named Juana Vasquez de Mercado and when she Is of age, she marries a cousin. When she is married, it is acknowledged that she is family and not just adopted.”

Sebastian Vasquez De Mercado is married to Leonor Gonzalez.

Rick A. Ricci
Source: Mygenes2000

In 2017 I posted:

“ Genealogist Bernardo del Hoyo Calzada. states that Pedro Carillo's wife is Maria Mercado de Vasquez, daughter of Capitan Gines Vasquez de Mercado, and this is the line that makes the most sense when taking in all the information and the timelines. Others place his wife as an illegitimate daughter of Bernardo Vasquez de Tapia and his sister in law but this line is doubtful. In both cases she descends from Conquistador Bernadino Vasquez de Tapia. But one line bypasses Capitan Gines Vasquez del Mercado.

The reason that people mix up the lines is that there is marriage between very close relatives. Capitan Gines Vasquez de Mercado's wife is his first cousin. Licienciado Gines Vasquez de Mercado's sister is married to Bernardino Vasquez de Tapia. To top it off, Bernardino is related to Licienciado Gines Vasquez de Mercado's wife, Ines Vasquez. What happens is that people got confused as to how they are related and then screwed up the line. So Bernardo Vasquez de Tapia states that his daughter is married to Gines Vasquez de Mercado and that Gines comes from an honorable family. What he forgets to mention in this statement is how close his daughter is related to her husband since Bernardo is his uncle, besides his father-in-law. We know that Sebastian Vasquez de Mercado is the son of Pedro Carillo D'Avila (senior). If it is correct that his mother is a daughter of Capitan Gines Vazquez de Mercado then Conquistador Bernardo Vasquez de Tapia is her maternal grandfather and great uncle, and she is not his illegitimate daughter as some genealogists claim.

Genealogist Bernardo del Hoyo Calzada provided clues that I was able to jump on to get the 1624 document that clearly states the name of Sebastian Vasqquez de Mercado's father. What makes this record important is that Sebastian Vasquez de Mercado is still alive at this time.”

Rick A. Ricci

Rick,
Where is this information that you posted??
Thank you so much

sus

Susana,

You have Ana Santillan as the widow of Sebastian where another record names her as Leonor Gonzalez. Leonor Gonzalez is also identified as his widow so I believe that Leonor and Ana are the same person. Sebastian Vasquez de Mercado’s mother’s ancestry is confusing because of the the Tangled web of Bernardo Vasquez de Tapia having three relationships and bis being uncle and father in law to Capitán Ginés. Also confusing the issue is that Ginés is a junior. So when the records say he descends from Ginés they could mean the senior Ginés who was famous in Spain for his charity.

What we know for sure is that he descends from Bernardo Vasquez de Tapia and the senior Ginés Vasquez de Mercado.

You can find the 2017 thread of this discussion here on nuestrosranchos:

http://www.nuestrosranchos.com/en/node/23831

It was admitted that Juana was biological family, and not just adopted. Juana was a first cousin once removed (segundo con tercer grado) of her spouse, Juana Mercado was a first cousin of her father-in-law. I have not found a record that names her biological mother.

Thank you,
Rick A. Ricci
Source Mygenes2000

Hello Rick,
I'm looking for Juana Mercado (wife of Capitan Bernardo Carrillo Davila)

You stated:
“Juana Mercado
Submitted by R.A.Ricci (not verified) on Wed, 2017-04-05 16:34.
Sebastian Vasquez de Mercado, son of Pedro Carillo D'avila and Maria Vasquez de Mercado takes in and raises a baby girl that is left on his "" doorstep". It is assumed that this baby girl is Sebastian's born out of wedlock. "Expuesta" is the word used. The Baby is Named Juana Vasquez de Mercado and when she Is of age, she marries a cousin. When she is married, it is acknowledged that she is family and not just adopted.”

What is the source for this information?. I read the dispensas from the previous post and I couldn't find it. (maybe I didn't read well).

thank you

sus

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