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July 27, 2016 - On this day in 1723, María de la Cruz, an Apache Indian, who was married to the mulato servant of Captain Antonion Bezerra Nieto, Lorenzo de Echevarria, died in the Janos epidemic and was buried in the cemetery. Her husband died two days later.
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