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|Marriage||Sargento Mayor Hernán MARTIN SERRANO II — View this family|
| Birth of a son|
|Capitán Hernán MARTIN SERRANO III|
|Death of a son||Capitán Luis MARTIN SERRANO I|
Note: Oct 29, 1661: Luis Martin Serrano, held the post of Alcade Mayor and War Captain at La Cañada. Luis wrote requesting payment for 80 fanegas of corn and ten fanegas of wheat...A month later his wife Catalina Salazar described herself as widow of Captain Luis Martin.
|Family with Sargento Mayor Hernán MARTIN SERRANO II|
Capitán Luis MARTIN SERRANO I
Death: November 1661 — Nuevo Mexico, Nueva España
Capitán Hernán MARTIN SERRANO III
Birth: about 1606 49 — Nuevo Mexico, Nueva España
|Sargento Mayor Hernán MARTIN SERRANO II + Juana RODRIGUEZ|
Hernan Nartin Serrano II had a son by Doña Ines, a Tano Indian of the Pueblo of San Cristóbal (near Galisteo), New Mexico. There is no known record that specifically names the children of Hernán II Martín Serrano. I have arbitrarily named Ines as the mother of the two known sons of Hernán II, Luis and Hernán III.
Sargento Mayor Hernán II Martín Serrano was born circa 1556-1558 in Zacatecas, Nueva Galicia (Mexico). He married Juana Rodríguez before 1598; no known issue. He was described as a widower in January 1626. He had a son by Doña Ines, a Tano Indian of the Pueblo of San Cristóbal, near Galisteo, New Mexico.
During his lifetime in New Mexico Capitán Martin Serrano (III) maintained that he was mestizo. In 1626 he was referred to as el Mozo (the younger) and the son of doña Ines "an acculturated Tano Indian woman whom they treat as a Spanish woman." His father was the Hernan Martin who accompanied Oñate to New Mexico in 1598.
pg 186 of "Juan Dominguez de Mendoza" by Frances V Scholes, et al.