Hello, and thank you for your prompt response. Maria Rita does not appear in my few records. Not knowing her era, she could possibly relate to Antonio DeAguero (b.Oct 1840, Mora, NM; married Maria Bidal Solano whose parents were Juan Solano and Maria De Los Angeles Salazar), or their son Donaciano DeAguero(b.4 Apr 1871,Mora,NM;married Lucinda Sanchez),and their son, Antonio DeAguero (b. 31 Dec 1905, Trinidad). As yet, this is as far back as I can trace the DeAguero name directly from my Grampa Tony. Sadly, I have no record of any siblings although I am sure there were many. Perhaps if there is a trend in passing on the mother's name, then your Maria Rita could be a sister of Donaciano? My Grampa told me that Donaciano had a ranchero east of Trinidad, so there may be some leads in the outlying communities.The closest relative I have "date-wise" to your church records would be Antonio Sanchez (Lucinda's father) b. 1860, Mora. I doubt that he is listed but thank you for your research offer, if I come up with any new names from Mora during that time I'll pass them to you. My goal is to find out from when and where in Spain the DeAguero ancestry departed and when/where they arrived in America, and of course how they came to Trinidad. Once again, thank you for your assistance.