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JOSE IGNACIO SALAZAR 1751 Santa Ana Sonora
Posted by: Barbara Gonzalez (ID *****3611) Date: June 13, 2008 at 09:11:15
In Reply to: JOSE IGNACIO SALAZAR 1751 santa ana sonora by al jordan of 870

I have a Juan Ignacio Salazar in my ancestry. This is a lookup.

Salazar, José Ignacio - A lieutenant in the militia at Santa Ana, he was dispatched by Francisco Pérez Serrano and carried the news of the rebellion south to Deputy Justicia Mayor Bernardo de Urrea at Opodepe on the night of November 21, 1751. He later served on several reconnaissance campaigns and was with the detachment that struck the decisive blow against Luis Oacpicagigua’s forces near Arivaca at 5:30 on the morning of January 2, 1752.

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