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Re: Salvador Santistevan, New Mexico 1830
Posted by: Holly Santistevan Date: July 11, 2000 at 11:12:44
In Reply to: Re: Salvador Santistevan, New Mexico 1830 by ROBERT of 212

Robert,

There is some confusion regarding Jose and his children. He and his wife are shown as the parents on Domingo Anselmo's baptism. However, the hispanic website shows that (Juan) Antonio de Santisteban (brother to Jose and Juan) was his father. But, we are accepting the baptismal record which indicates Domingo is Jose's son.

I have much of this information listed in our Myfamily.com website. I am glad that you saw my grandfather Bailey's article in Sports Illustrated. He was pretty amazing. There are hundreds of articles in his scrapbook about his career and accomplishments. The hispanic community looked up to him in Bingham Canyon, Utah. My brother is in the entertainment industry and is hoping to have a movie made about his life. I won't hold my breath. Hollywood is fickle. Even those of us in California think so!!

I would love to know what you have about Jose and the massacre at Villasur. I have read that he survived at 22, but his wive's first husband did not.

Holly Santistevan


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