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By arturoramos - Posted on 25 January 2007

The Lobato's were from Sombrete, Zacatacas can someone tell me where this is? And where would I find records earlier than 1690's?

Denise Lovato-Duran

I've moved this discussion over to the research [at] nuestrosranchos [dot] com list:

here is what is available through your local Family History Center.
There are a very few films available through this source before the
1690's but there area a few:

Title
*Registros parroquiales, 1678-1940*

Authors
*Iglesia Católica. San Juan Bautista (Sombrerete, Zacatecas) (Main Author)*

Notes
*Microfilme de manuscritos en el archivo parroquial.
Muchos de los registros incluyen índice.
Parish registers of baptisms, confirmations, marriages, marriage
petitions, deaths, and other church records from Sombrerete, Zacatecas,
Mexico.
Many of the registers include an index.*

Subjects
* México, Zacatecas, Sombrerete - Church records*

Format
* Manuscript (On Film)*

Language
* Spanish*

Publication
* Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmados por la Sociedad Genealógica de Utah,
1966, 1994*

Physical
* 42 carretes de microfilme ; 35 mm.*

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
* Bautismos 1679-1688, 1693-1695, 1710-1770 - FHL INTL Film [ 604811 ]
Bautismos 1741-1747, 1758-1760 - FHL INTL Film [ 604812 ]
Bautismos 1761-1777 - FHL INTL Film [ 604813 ]
Bautismos 1789-1791, 1794-1795, 1797-1800 - FHL INTL Film [ 604814 ]
Bautismos 1802-1803, 1809-1825 - FHL INTL Film [ 604815 ]
Bautismos 1824-1825, 1833, 1839-1841 - FHL INTL Film [ 604816 ]
Bautismos 1863-1869 - FHL INTL Film [ 604817 ]
Bautismos 1865-1869 - FHL INTL Film [ 604818 ]
Bautismos 1869-1871 - VAULT INTL Film [ 604819 ]
Bautismos 1871-1880 - FHL INTL Film [ 617424 ]
Bautismos 1872-1878 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654972 ]
Bautismos 1876-1879 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654973 ]
Bautismos 1878-1889 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654974 ]
Bautismos 1881-1886 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654975 ]
Bautismos 1886-1890 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654976 ]
Bautismos 1889-1893 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654977 ]
Bautismos 1893-1896 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654978 ]
Bautismos 1896-1899 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654979 ]
Bautismos 1899-1901 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654980 ]
Confirmaciones 1869-1903 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654981 ]
Matrimonios 1695-1788 - FHL INTL Film [ 654982 ]
Matrimonios 1793-1854 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654983 ]
Información matrimonial 1863-1878 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654984 ]
Información matrimonial 1867-1889 - FHL INTL Film [ 654985 ]
Información matrimonial 1890-1900 - FHL INTL Film [ 654986 ]
Información matrimonial 1891-1892 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654987 ]
Información matrimonial 1892-1896 - FHL INTL Film [ 654988 ]
Información matrimonial 1896-1899 - FHL INTL Film [ 654989 Item 1 ]
Docmentos eclesiásticos 1895-1920 - FHL INTL Film [ 654989 Item 2 ]
Defunciones 1678-1811 - FHL INTL Film [ 654990 ]
Defunciones 1809-1901 - VAULT INTL Film [ 654991 ]
Bautismos L. 41-46 1902-1904 - VAULT INTL Film [ 1909685 ]
Bautismos L. 47-53 1904-1908 - VAULT INTL Film [ 1909686 ]
Bautismos L. 54-59 1908-1912 - VAULT INTL Film [ 1909687 ]
Bautismos L. 60-65 1912-1915 - VAULT INTL Film [ 1909688 ]
Bautismos L. 66-70 1915-1922 - VAULT INTL Film [ 1909689 ]
Bautismos L. 71-74 1922-1927, 1929 - FHL INTL Film [ 1909690 ]
Bautismos L. 74-77 1929-1931 - VAULT INTL Film [ 1909691 ]
Confirmaciones L. 6-7 1910-1914, 1919-1931 (El L. 6 incluye algunas de
la parroquia de Fresnillo.) - VAULT INTL Film [ 1909692 Items 1-2 ]
Matrimonios L. 19-28 1901-1911 (Falta el L. 23.) - VAULT INTL Film [
1909692 Items 3-11 ]
Matrimonios L. 29-36 1911-1914 (Incluyen informaciones
matrimoniales.) - VAULT INTL Film [ 1909693 ]
Matrimonios L. 36-43 bis 1914-1925 (Los L. 37-41 incluyen informaciones
matrimoniales y el L. 42 incluye dispensas.) - FHL INTL Film [ 1909694 ]
Matrimonios L. 43 bis-44 1925-1926, 1929-1931 - VAULT INTL Film [
1909695 Items 1-2 ]
Noticias matrimoniales L. 1 1908-1940 (Faltan años.) - VAULT INTL Film
[ 1909695 Item 3 ]
Informaciones matrimoniales L. 1-3 1915-1922 - VAULT INTL Film [
1909695 Items 4-6 ]
Presentaciones matrimoniales L. 2-3 1922-1924 - VAULT INTL Film [
1909695 Items 7-8 ]
Presentaciones matrimoniales L. 4 1924 - VAULT INTL Film [ 1909696 Item 1 ]
Informaciones matrimoniales L. 4-6 1924-1926, 1929-1931 - VAULT INTL
Film [ 1909696 Items 2-4 ]
Entierros L. 2-4 1901-1940 - VAULT INTL Film [ 1909696 Items 5-7 ]*

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DENISE LOVATO-DURAN wrote:
> The Lobato's were from Sombrete, Zacatacas can someone tell me where this is? And where would I find records earlier than 1690's?
>
> Denise Lovato-Duran

Denise:

Sombrerete is in northwestern Zacatecas on the way to Durnago. It was a very important stopover on the Camino Real de Adentro which went from Mexico City to New Mexico and was an important intermediary migration point for the pioneers to the Septentronial America (current American Southwest and Mexican North).

http://www.mexconnect.com/mex_/zacatecas/mapzacatecas.html

When you get back to the point where there are no more baptism or marriage records, you will likely have to start looking for notarial records of wills and endowments for churches, etc.

The Lobatos were pretty widely dispersed in Mexico (Mexico City, Puebla, Michoacan) by the late 1600s which makes me think there were several immigrants with this name or a very early immigrant who was very prolific.

The earliest Lobato immigrant was Pedro Lobato who migrated in 1549 from Valladolid.

ES.41091.AGI/16403.15.2031//INDIFERENTE,1964,L.11,F.302V

There was also a person named Cristóbal Rodriguez Lobato who arrived in Mexico in 1604 to be part of the party accompanying Juan de Onate on his expedition to New Mexico. This is the list of people who came with him. You can view the document on Archivos Espanoles en Red

ES.41091.AGI/16404.42.3.74//CONTRATACION,5281,N.45

Saldívar, Vicente de
Oñate, Alonso de
Oñate, Juan de
Alarcón, Juan de
Chillerón, Bartolomé de
Avila, Felipe de
Avila, Juan Bautista de
Avila, Ana de
Rodríguez, Cristóbal
Bengoechea, Miguel de
Bernardo de Quiros, Juan
Castro, Rodrigo de
Castro, Pedro de
Díez, Alonso
Fernández de Córdoba, Gonzalo
Fernández, Miguel
Bermejo, Juan
García Cabeza, Pedro
García, Juan
García, Hernán
García de Cuenca, Alonso
Gómez, Francisco
Gómez, Juan
Alvarez, Hernando
González, Juan
González, Domingo
Guevara, Francisco de
Guevara, Pedro de
Gutiérrez, Antonio
Juárez, Andrés
Rodríguez, Sebastián
Lara, Andrea de
Lara, Juan de
Lara, María de
Laviano, Hernando
Lázaro, Domingo
Arregui, Juan de
Liaño, Felipe de
López de Cárdenas, Juan
Arriola, Juan de
Martín, Hernando
Martínez, Francisco
Melgarejo, Catalina
Melgarejo, Cristóbal de
Martínez de Santaella, Juan
Melgarejo, Bernardina de
Melgarejo, María de
Portales, Jorge de
Rodríguez, Diego
Medrano, Baltasar
Rodriguez Lobato, Cristóbal
Rodriguez Pancho, Francisco
San Juan del Puerto (Huelva)
Ruiz de Aldana, Diego
Tolosa, Juan de
Tornamira, Melchor de
Vallejo, Francisco
Velasco, Martín de

My name is Denise Lovato-Duran I have my Lobato line back to 1760's in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The first Lobato's came to New Mexico were Bartolome Lobato and his brother Matias came in 1695. The Lobato's were from Sombrete, Zacatacas. Recently I had my brother do his DNA and it turned out halogroup Q-3 which is Native American. I was surprised to find out I matched a male friend named Tafoya. He has his Tafoya's back to the 1600's in Michoacan. Both of us are Q-3 so we are Indio ,I read recently that the Spanish enslaved the tribe in Michoacan and sent them to work in the mines in Sombrete. It is possible that one ancestor stayed in Michoacan and was baptized Tafoya and the other went to Sombrete and was baptized a Lobato. I am very interested in researching baptism records in Sombrete.

here is the link to Denise's folder:
http://www.nuestrosranchos.com/node/15582

DENISE LOVATO-DURAN wrote:
> My name is Denise Lovato-Duran I have my Lobato line back to 1760's in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The first Lobato's came to New Mexico were Bartolome Lobato and his brother Matias came in 1695. The Lobato's were from Sombrete, Zacatacas. Recently I had my brother do his DNA and it turned out halogroup Q-3 which is Native American. I was surprised to find out I matched a male friend named Tafoya. He has his Tafoya's back to the 1600's in Michoacan. Both of us are Q-3 so we are Indio ,I read recently that the Spanish enslaved the tribe in Michoacan and sent them to work in the mines in Sombrete. It is possible that one ancestor stayed in Michoacan and was baptized Tafoya and the other went to Sombrete and was baptized a Lobato. I am very interested in researching baptism records in Sombrete.

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