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Jose Acasio Vialpando (aka Eduardo Mestaz) and Maria Clementina Cordero
Juan Eluterio Vialpando and Maria de Jesus Duran (Jesucita)
Juan Ygnacio Villalpando and Maria Deluvina Sanchez
Rafael Antonio Villalpando and Maria Juana Valdez
Juan Pablo Francisco Villalpando and Maria de la Luz Cordova
Juan de Villa El Pando and Ana Maria Romero
Juan de Villa El Pando and Ursula de Olaes
Juan de Villa El Pando was a native of La Villa de Leon, and a soldier of Sante Fe, when he married Ana Maria Romero, June 2nd, 1694.His parents were Juan de Villa El Pando and Ursula de Olaes.He was dead by 1718, when a son of theirs got married; his widow was known also as "La Panda." ...
Origins of New Mexico Families, pg 312
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The Manila Galleons were Spanish galleons (a type of ship) that travelled once or twice per year between Manila in the Philippines and Acapulco in New Spain (now Mexico). Service was inaugurated in 1565 and continued into the early 19th century, when Mexico's war of independence and the Napoleonic Wars put a permanent stop to the galleons. Though service was not innaugurated until almost 60 years after Christopher Columbus's death, the Manila Galleons consitute the fulfillment of Columbus's dream of sailing West to go East to bring the riches of the Indies to Spain and the rest of Europe.
On December 5, 1588, at the Agustinian Provincial Chapter of Toledo, a group of Agustinian in the Spanish province of Castille sought to live a more austere and perfect form of life. Thus a new reformed group was formed which came to be known as the Agustinian Recollects. The Rules of Life was approved in Talavera de la Reina in 1589. In 1602, the Holy See made the Recollects an independent province. Sensing the great need for missionaries in the Philippines, the Recollects decided to leave monastic enclosure and made the Philippines their mission territory.
At the beginning of the Spanish rule in the Philippines, royal land grants were given to soldiers and officers as rewards for their faithful services to the crown. In 1598, King Philip II limited this practice to cover only areas that had not been cultivated by the "indios". Royal land grants within 100 kms. Radius of Manila was given to the Spanish settlers. However the start of the Galleon trade between Manila and Acapulco, Mexico brought prosperity in the lives of those who participated the trade. Cavite Puerto, the center of the galleon trade and the second capital of the Philippines was not very far from Perez-Dasmariñas. The silver and gold that flowed from the fabled galleon trade attracted many encomenderos, who decided to sell their land to their fellow Spaniards who in turn either sold or donated them to various religious orders as they engaged themselves into more lucrative business.
In 1666, a few decade after the arrival of the Augustinian Recollects in the Philippines, they begun acquiring vast tracts of land. Its first acquisition was the Hacienda de San Nicolas de Tolentino, formerly known as Hacienda de Sta. Cruz in Bacoor. On November 4, 1666, Doña Hipolita Zarate Y Ocequera donated the hacienda to the Recollect Fathers of Intramuros on condition that masses would be said for her soul.
Then on July 4, 1626, Don Juan Oleas made a series of purchase that culminated with his complete ownership of the lands formerly owned by former Governor-General Santiago de Veyra and Luis Perez Dasmariñas. When Don Juan died, Doña Maria de Roa vda. De Olaes, who inherited the property located along the enclaves of Cavite Viejo, Binakayan and Imus, sold her land. This property known as San Juan del Rio, was auctioned by the Auto de la Real Audencia on December 1, 1865. Gen. Tomas de Andaya bought the land for P12,500 and took possession of it on January 18, 1686. It seemed that he was just a dummy because on November of he same year, he transferred the ownership to the Augustinian Recollect Order.
6. -Doña Nicolasa Elizondo y Díaz, bautizada en la villa de León el 27 de febrero de 1687, (27) y fallecío el 10 de enero de 1746 en san Pedro, (28) y se casó por 1708 con Don Gregorio Basauri originario de la Villa de Oñate en Guipúzcoa, radicado en León, viudo de Doña Teresa Olaes, con quien se casó el 12 de mayo de 1703 en la villa de León y fué hija legítima de Don Nicolás de Olaes y Doña Josefa de Busto, de este primer matrimonio Don Gregorio y Doña Teresa, tuvieron dos hijos:
Doña Teresa Basauri Olaes , que a su vez se casó con Don Juan de Olazarán, vecino del Rincón, quien murió el 14 de octubre de 1745 en san Pedro y fueron sus hijos nacidos en San Pedro:
María Francisca, José Ignacio, María Josefa Antonia, bautizada el 24 de diciembre de 1724, Domingo, bautizado el 20 de enero de 1726, José Manuel, bautizado el 16 de febrero de 1727, Juan Fernando, bautizado el 11 de junio de 1728, Santiago Antonio, bautizado el 3 de diciembre de 1730, Juan Antonio, bautizado el 8 de junio de 1734, Juan Ignacio, bautizado el 3 de julio de 1736 y Gregorio Olazarán Basauri, (29) y
Don Nicolás Basauri y Olaes, casado con Doña María Josefa de Angulo, y fueron sus hijos a su vez:
Doña Juana Josefa, José María, casado el 8 de febrero de 1786 en la Ciudad de Guanajuato, con Doña María Josefa Leal de Araujo, hija legítima de Don Francisco Antonio Xavier Leal de Araujo y Llanos de Comparán y de Doña Encarnación Díaz Guijarra, (30)