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March 19, 2018 - On this day in 1741, José María Nuñez was baptized by Padre Torres Perea at the Guevavi mission. His father was Juan Nuñez, an Opata Indian from San Juan Bautista, Sonora, and Rosa Samaniego, a Mulata lady from the San Luis Valley. They were long-time employees of the Anza family on the Guevavi Ranch. José María's godmother was María Bojorquez, widow of Diego Romero, the first Spanish settler in the San Luis Valley south of Guevavi.
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