Pedro de Chavarria Butrón and Maria Francisca de Ureña were married in the Church of the Asunción in Mineral del Monte on September 1, 1698. A veiling took place on February 23, 1700. Examining the microfilms of the original documents, one finds that Pedro and Maria Francisca were natives of Pachuca. Their marriage and veiling are found in the books for castas, but in both cases they themselves are clearly indicated as being Spaniards. This is written right into the entry, but sometimes in places where it could have been added afterwards.
The marriage entry, which is very hard to read, reads:
Pedro de Chavarria con Maria Francisca de Ureña ---españoles. En primero de septiembre de mill ceisentas y noventa y ocho años case a Pedro de Chavarria Butron, español de esta Real de Pacuca y vecino de este Real de Mel... con Maria Francisca de Ureña española natural de Pachuca y ... en este Real de Minas. Then it names the padrinos and has the priest's signature, but this is impossible to read.
The veiling entry is easier to read:
Velaccion de Pedro de Chavarria con Maria Francisca de Ureña. En este yglesia parroquial deste Real del Monte en veint y tres dias del mes de feb, de mil y setecientos anos a dio la bendicion nupt a Pedro de Chabarria casado, con Maria Francisca de Ureña y lo firme. Estos son españoles. Don Zapatta
I have found these children for them:
1. Juana Xabiera, baptized on June 28, 1701 in the Church of the Asunción in Mineral del Monte.
2. Matiana Maria, baptized on September 28, 1703 in the Church of the Asunción in Mineral del Monte.
3. Juana Xaviera, baptized on July 1, 1705 at the Church of the Asunción of Real de Minas del Monte.
Despite its title this book actually does have a lot of Spaniards in it. Butron, de Chavarria and de Ureña are family names that appear fairly frequently in the 17th and 18th century church records of Pachuca and Mineral del Monte, although they do not seem to appear at all in the baptismal book where Juana's baptism is found. I've looked at quite a number of them now. The people with these names actually were often of mixed blood. One thing, is that the name "Ureña" is often written as if it started with a V, but at the Archivo de Indias in Seville the letter is always transcribed as a U and I think that they are really the experts.
Pedro de Chavarria Butrón's origins
During a visit to Mineral del Monte in September 2008, the priest (who was none to eager to help) found this marriage record which could well be for a brother of Pedro
Matrimonio y velacción de Juan de Chabarria Butrón con Doña Antonia Manuela de Mendosa.
En este Real de minas del monte en diez dias de el mes de octubre mil setesiento y nueve años abiendose leido tres amonedasiones segun dispone el primer Concilio de Trentoi no abiendo resultado impedimento algo, Juan de Chabarria Butrón español natural de el Real de Pachuca i criado en este Rl hijo lexitimo de Francisco Butrón i de Josepha de Soto, contraxo matrimonio con Doña Antonia Manuela de Mendosa española natural y vezina de este Real hija lexitima de Don Joseph Mendosa et de Doña Magdalena Luzero difunta y el dia siguiente… las bendiciones nuptiales…. Don Zapatta, Br. Alexo Perez …
Familysearch.org also has a record for
Pedro de Chavarria Butron married to Catharina de Miranda Navarro who the baptized a daughter named Juana Constanza in Pachuca on October 3, 1701;
Nicolas, son of Francisco Buitrón and Josepha de Soto, who was baptized in Pachuca on September 21, 1687;
the marriage of Francisco Butrón and Josepha de Soto in Pachuca on February 28, 1683;
the baptisms of Domingo, Juan Joseph and Francisca, children of Christobal de Chavarria Buitron and Francisca Gonzales in Pachuca on January 13, 1682;
the marriage of Christoval Chavarria Buitron and Maria de Lara on April 11, 1697 in Mineral del Monte.
Maria Francisca de Ureña's Origins
Familysearch.com has the following baptismal information that I think must be for Maria Francisca de Ureña and her family. Antonio Delgado's and Juana Xaviera's children have these names plus the names of the Almeria Delgados. The church office gave me photocopies of these entries. They were not especially forthcoming either.
Ysabel, daughter of Manuel de Ureña and Maria de Obiedo, was baptized on August 8, 1684 at La Asunción, Pachuca de Soto, Hidalgo.
Francisca, daughter of Manuel de Ureña and Maria de Obiedo, residents of these Minas, was baptized on September 26, 1686 at La Asunción, Pachuca de Soto, Hidalgo.
Juan, son of Manuel de Ureña and Maria de Obiedo, baptized July 7, 1691 at La Asunción, Pachuca de Soto, Hidalgo.
Manuela, daughter of Manuel de Ureña and Maria de Oviedo, residents of these Minas, baptized June 12, 1694 at La Asunción, Pachuca de Soto, Hidalgo.
Maria Xaviera, daughter of Manuel de Ureña and Maria de Obiedo, baptized December 11, 1699 at La Asunción, Pachuca de Soto, Hidalgo.