Gregorio Cuaron1

M, b. 20 March 1872, d. 6 March 1930
Gregorio Cuaron|b. 20 Mar 1872\nd. 6 Mar 1930|p6.htm|Florencio Cuaron|b. 1839 or Feb 1842\nd. 25 Jun 1910|p32.htm|Apolonia Pena|b. c 1840|p33.htm|Jesus Cuaron||p57.htm|Jesus Apodaca||p58.htm|||||||
FatherFlorencio Cuaron2,1 b. 1839 or Feb 1842, d. 25 Jun 1910
MotherApolonia Pena2,1 b. c 1840
ChartsDecendents of Jesus Cuaron
Descendents of Jesus Lopez
Decendents of Pilar Miranda
Gregorio Cuaron circa 1911. Photo courtesy of Art Cuaron.
     Gregorio Cuaron was born on 20 March 1872 at Dona Ana, Dona Ana County, New Mexico; His birth year varies considerably in the 1880, 1900, 1910 and 1920 censuses. The birth year and place used for this genealogy were found on his death certificate, which was filed by his son Alejandro on 6 March 1930.2,1,3,4,5 He married Candelaria Miranda, daughter of Pilar Miranda Jr. and Octaviana Lopez, circa 1899; Candaleria was about 17 years old when her first child was born in 1899, so the date of her marriage couldn't have been much earlier than 1897 or 1898. They were listed as husband and wife in the 1900 census.2,3,6 Gregorio Cuaron died at 5 AM on 6 March 1930 from unknown causes at Dona Ana, Dona Ana County, New Mexico, at age 57.2 He was buried at Old Dona Ana Cemetery, Dona Ana, Dona Ana County, New Mexico.2

The 1900 and 1910 censuses show that he was a laborer. In the 1910 census he indicated that he did general farm work, and was unemployed for approximately 29 weeks during 1909. He listed his occupation as "none" in the 1920 census, suggesting that he might have been out of work at the time. His death certificate lists his occupation as a day-laborer.7,4,5,2

He spoke Spanish, but could not read or write, according to the 1910 census.4

Family

Candelaria Miranda b. 28 Jan 1882, d. 8 Mar 1947
Children

Citations

  1. [S138] 1880 U.S. Census, Dona Ana, Dona Ana County, Territory of New Mexico; Enumeration District 10; Supervisor's District 86; Page 12; Dwelling 110; Family 110.
  2. [S78] Gregorio Cuaron, Certificate of Death (Cuaron, Gregorio).
  3. [S133] 1900 U.S. Census, Dona Ana, Dona Ana County, Territory of New Mexico; Enumeration District 41; Supervisor's District 170; Sheet 176A; Page 5A; Dwelling 88; Family 88.
  4. [S135] 1910 U.S. Census, Precinct 2 Dona Ana, Dona Ana County, New Mexico; Enumeration District 63; Supervisor's District 181; Sheet 8A; Dwelling 100; Family 116.
  5. [S137] 1920 U.S. Census, Precinct 2 Dona Ana, Dona Ana County, New Mexico; Enumeration District 25; Supervisor's District 211; Sheet 10B; Dwelling 218; Family 219.
  6. [S153] Candelaria Miranda Cuaron, Certificate of Death (Miranda Cuaron, Candelaria).
  7. [S114] 1900 U.S. Census, Dona Ana, Dona Ana County, Territory of New Mexico; Enumeration District 41; Supervisor's District 170; Sheet 176A; Page 5A; Dwelling 86; Family 86.
  8. [S116] Art Cuaron, "Cuaron Genealogy e-mail," e-mail to Robert Reyes, 5/26/2007.
  9. [S58] Interview, Roy C. Reyes, April 2005.
  10. [S137] 1920 U.S. Census, Precinct 2 Dona Ana, Dona Ana County, New Mexico; Enumeration District 25; Supervisor's District 211; Sheet 10B; Dwelling 218; Family 219, Note: Octaviana's name is shown as "Atobinia," and she is listed on the page after her father.
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