Pedro de Madid, son of Roque de Madrid and Juana de Arbisu de Gamboa, was born in Santa Fe in about 1669. In 1680 he would have been about eleven years old when his family fled Santa Fe during the Publeo Revolt. They settled in El Paso del Norte where Pedro de Madrid married Isabel de la Serna in 1689. In 1695 a Pedro Madrid of El Paso del Norte testified that he had illicit relations with Antonia Lopez and that he was the first cousin of Cristobal de Gamboa. Antonia Lopez and Cristobal de Gamboa married in 1695 anyway.
Isabel de la Serna was the daughter of Felipe Serna and Isabel Lujan.
Marriage of Pedro Madrid and Isabel de la Serna:
1689, El Paso del Norte, Pedro Madrid, 20, Native of Santa Fe, Soldier of the Presidio, Son of Sargento Mayor Roque de Madrid and Juana de Arbisu de Gamboa, married Isabel Lujan, 16, native of Rio Arriba in New Mexico, daughter of Alferez Felipe Serna and Isabel Lujan. Witnesses: Francisco de Chaves 44, Former Captain of the Kingdom; Luis Martin 60, Former Captain of the Kingdom; Antonio Martin 42, first cousin of the bride.
[Source: The Quintana’s” by Ida R. Foraci, vol. 3 and 4, pages 493c and 493d. Referenced on Madrid of Taos County, New Mexico. [www.kmitch.com/Taos/madrid.htm]
Marriage of Cristobal de Gamboa and Antonia Lopez (taken from Diligencias):
1695, July 23, (no. 9) El Paso del Norte. Cristobal de Gamboa, native of Santa Fe, in New Mexico and soldier of Prisidio del Pilar y San Jose. Son of Lucas Gamboa and Ysabel Archuleta, both deceased, and Antonia Lopez, “La Mansa” native of Sandia Pueblo, daughter of Bartolome Ventura, Indio Tigua, and Maria Lopez, Indian Mansa. Groom requests dispensation that the bride is “India de Doctrina” while related to himself by 2nd degree of affinity. Dispensation granted on condition that she keeps Indian dress and customs and does not wear Spanish dress at marriage rites or while in bed. Relationship had to do with illicit union with brides relative. Pedro Madrid, who says he is the one who had illicit relations with Antonia Lopez, and is grooms first cousin; she deposes that this is true, but that it only happened once. Pair married July 28, 1695, she wearing Indian costume, with witnesses, Capitan Lazaro de Misquia, Procurator and Juez del Reino and wife Da. Maria Lucero de Godoy.
[Source: LaDeane W. Miller, Somos Primos: Dedicated to Hispanic Heritage and Diversity Issues, www.somosprimos.com/spoct.htm]
Marriages of the children of Pedro Madrid and Isabel de la Serna:
21 June 1714, San Ildefonso, Bernardo Madrid, 22 of El Paso del Norte, Soldier of the Santa Fe Presidio, son of Pedro Madrid and Isabel Serna, natives of New Mexico, both deceased, married Gertrudis Martin, 15, of Pojoaque, daughter of Diego Martin and Pascuala de Soto. Witnesses: Ignacio de Roybal 42, native of the Archbishopric of Santiago in Galicia and married; Sebastian Duran 57 and married; Jose Trujillo 40 and married; Juan Lopes 30 and single. Pair married with witnesses Pascual Trujillo and Antonia Duran. By 1727 Bernardo Madrid was dead and Gertrudis Martin married Lorzaro Atienza, son of Jose de Atienza y Alcala and Estefania Moreno y Trujillo.
[Source: The Quintana’s” by Ida R. Foraci, vol. 3 and 4, pages 493c and 493d. Referenced on Taos County, New Mexico, Madrid page, www.kmitch.com/Taos/madrid.htm]
29 Aug 1735 - Nicolas Madrid of Rio Ariba, son of Pedro Madrid and Isabel de la Zerna, both deceased, married Ma Antonia Luxan, Indian servant of said Rio Arriba. Wit: Juan Garcia de la Mora & Jertrudes Chacon.
Frame 366, AASF #29
[Source: New Mexico Marriages Church in San Juan Pueblo 1726-1776, 1831-1855 and Church in Santa Clara Pueblo 1721 - 1832 by Margaret Windham]