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Re: Solomone Aragon & Cleofes Espinoza
Posted by: Maria C. Martinez Date: September 30, 2001 at 06:30:40
In Reply to: Solomone Aragon & Cleofes Espinoza by Linda of 56

Here are just a few clues: Your ancestor is listed as Salome (versus Solomone) Aragon, when he married Maria Cleofes Espinoza, the daughter of Reymundo Espinoza and Guadalupe De Herrera, on 11/6/1885 in San Luis, CO. At that time he was the widower of Maria Eusebia Lucero. The marriage to Lucero is not found in San Luis, possible they were married in Costilla NM because that is where many were recorded prior to the beginning of recordkeeping in San LUis in 1882. If you wish to order the marriage record it is recorded on page 28 of Volume l of Sangre de Cristo marriages. The address is Sangre de Cristo Catholic Church, SAn Luis, CO 81152.
Salome and Eusebia Lucero Aragon had a daughter named Eufrasia Aragon baptized 3/16/1884.
Salome and Cleofes Espinoza Aragon had : Isabel baptized 2/19/1888
Maria Dulcinea bapt. 9/28/1889; Maria Ursula bapt. 10/23/1886; The above are the only children found in SAn Luis, it is possible the others were baptized in Conejos County or Alamosa, CO. This is all the information I have which I took from the book of baptisms and marriages sold by the Sangre de Cristo Parish.


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