Luis was related to the famous "Ėl Mozo"
. There is much information on El Mozo on the Internet for you to read. I highly recommend the reading of our history in that time period. I have a picture of the St. Francis Catherdral since the town was centered around that church and is apart of El Mozo's fame. It is impossible to locate the burial of people from 1500's since they did not have metal caskets back then and just buried people either in the church walls, church grounds, or did a simple cloth burial and outlined the grave with rocks and a wooden cross which would be organic over time and eroded to the wind or vandelized by the resulting wars in later decades.
Son, Pasquala Martin in San Juan de los Caballeros Jan 6, 1732
Note: Married to Catalina de Salazar abt. 1630 http://cybergata.com/roots/6382.htm
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi
Santa Fe County
New Mexico, USA
Plot: Santa Cruz, SF, Kingdom of New Mexico, New Spain
Created by: Paul
Record added: Jul 15, 2012
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