Maria Ysabel de Alanisa
I am trying to determine if the Noberto Aguirre who married Maria de la Merced Dias on 14 November 1839 at the San Pablo church in Galeana, Nuevo Leon is the same man as the Jose Noberto Aguirre who was christened on 7 June 1804 at the Santa Rosa de Lima church, Muzquiz in Coahuila.
This Jose Noberto Aguirre is listed as the son of Pedro Aguirre (a "soldado" at the presidio there)and of Ysabel Maria de Alanisa.
I believe their other children's names are:
1. Maria Dolores Ramona Aguirrechristened 6 Mar 1792
2. Jose Ramon Aguirre - christened 21 May 1794
3. Jose Miguel Aguirre - christened 17 May 1798
4. Jose Antonio Policarpo Aguirre - christened 2 Feb 1800
5. Maria Francisca Aguirre - christened 1 Oct 1802
Other than Noberto, the rest of the kids were christened at Santiago del Guajuco in Nuevo Leon.
Ysabel Maria de Alanis, the mother of this brood, is this the same lady that is mentioned as being born in 1779 in the same place. Of course that makes her only 13 when her first child was born. Was this fairly common?
She is listed as the daughter of Jose Hermenegildo, the Coyote de Salazar (whatever that means) and Ana Maria Alanis. Are they the same couple as that mentioned as being married on 24 May 1763?
Is the mother of our Ysabel the same person as Ana Maria Rosalia Alanis Marroquin, christened 15 Sept 1749 at Santiago del Guajuco, the daughter of Xavier de Alanis and Ysabel Maria de Marroquin?
Is there an Indian connection to any of these people...specifically Lipan Apache?
If anybody can help me unravel all of this, I'd be much obliged for any information you'd be willing to share.