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Credit Archive Diocese of Tucson
Event ID: 3024 Book: Tumacácori Page Number: 33
Event: Baptism Event Date: 12/31/1785 Event Place: Tumacácori
220 - María Rita Dura(n).
In the year of the Lord 1785 on the 31st day of December, I, Fray Balthasar Carrillo, solemnly baptized a baby girl who was born on the said day about four o'clock in the morning. She is the legitimate daughter of Juan Antonio Dura(n) and María Guadalupe Ramirez, residents of this village. I gave her the name of María Rita. Her godmother was Doña María Antonia Gonzalez, widow of Don Felix Usarraga, and a resident of the Presidio of Tucson, whom I advised of her parentage and obligations. For this truth I signed on the said day, month, and year as above. Fray Balthasar Carrillo (rubric), Minister of Doctrine for His Majesty
Event Relationship [5 Records]

Personal ID: 2110 Given Name: María Guadalupe Surname: Ramirez Relationship: Mother
Personal ID: 2577 Given Name: Baltasar Surname: Carrillo Relationship: Priest
Personal ID: 2613 Given Name: Juan Antonio Surname: Durán Relationship: Father
Personal ID: 5418 Given Name: María Antonia Gertrudis Surname: Gonzales Relationship: Godmother
Personal ID: 8131 Given Name: María Rita Surname: Durán Relationship: Baptized
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