This genealogy report is about Family Trees of Those Reconciled in the Autos de fé of 1646-1649 in Mexico City.It contains 341 individuals and 136 families from the family tree. Welcome to the family tree website of the approximately 191 persons tried, in person or in absentia (including several burned in effigy years after their death) in the four autos-de-fé held in Mexico City between 1646 and 1649. Together with their families, there are a total of near 400 individuals described here. As will be seen, all but a few of these "judaizers"--secret Jews who returned to Judaism after having been baptized or considered Christian--were related to a vast family network, vast in depth, and especially breadth. As the auto-de-fé of 1649, the "Gran Auto", shows in its appendix, these judaizers fall into one of three "factions", the largest being that of Simón Vaez Sevilla. However, when looking at the genomap of each individual, take note of the name of the map itself, as the name corresponds with the faction.
Please make sure to look at the Google Map plugin. As can be seen, these 191 individuals and their families were globetrotters; their residences and areas of trade are marked by the thumbtacks. To see who lived in each pinpointed area, click on the thumbtack, and a description of all those who lived, worked, or visited there will come up. All the thumbtacks are not visible on the zoomed-out levels, so zooming in, especially on Mexico, Africa, Portugal and Spain are necessary to see all of them.
Click on the tree symbol to see a list of the overall family trees.
To look at an individual's profile click on their name. From there, to see where they are in the family trees, click on the tree symbol while on their profile. The window pane can be maximized and navigation buttons on the upper right-hand side can increase, decrease, and center the image. Additionally, if the SVG rendering is slow, click on "PDF", and the entire family tree will be opened in the pane as a downloadable and printable PDF file.
IMPORTANT: Please note that in the verbal descriptions, people are said to have died in the year showing on their symbol; HOWEVER, this is inaccurate, and I am in the process of rectifying this. Instead of reading: "John Doe died at the age of 50 in 1646 in Mexico City ," it should read, "John Doe was tried, in person or in absentia, in the auto-de-fé of 1646 in Mexico City. He was then 50 years old."
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Méndez, Juárez, Fernández, Díaz, Tinoco, Texoso, de Silva, de Ribera, Váez, de Campos, Tristan, Ramírez, del Bosque, Antúnez, Váez Sevilla, Gómez, Gomez, Duarte, de Mézquita, de León Jaramillo, de Granada, de Espinosa, de Acosta, Gomez Texoso, de Rojas, del Valle, de Figueroa, de Burgos, Correa, Coronel, Cardoso, Álvarez, Vaz de Azevedo, Váez , Trebiño de Sobremonte, Ruiz, Roman, Rodírguez, Ribera, Perez Roldan, Pereira, Nieto, Moreira, Montero, Miguel, Martínez, Luis, Jacinto Bazán, Home (Ome), Gutiérrez, Guinean slave, Gonzalez (Gonzalves) Soburro, Franco de Morera, Franco, Flores, Fernández de Castro, Fernández Cardado, Fernández , Esperanza , de Torres, de Sobremonte, de Morera, de Montoya, de Miranda, de Mercado, de Mella, de Léon, de Guebara, de Fonseca, de Esquivel, de Campos , de Bañuelos, de Azate, de Ayllon, de Arbolaez, de Araujo, de Alarcón, de Acuña, Castaño, Carrasco, Caravallo, Botello, Blandon, Arias Maldonado, Aeres.
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