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He was ordered to demonstrate that the couple was related in the first degree.Armijo graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in 2000.She works in Las Vegas, NM and specializes in Neurology and Psychiatry.Juana Mara had lost her mother and was burdened with debt because her father was unable to support her. On , Bishop Zubira granted a dispensation and assigned as penance that the couple would recite ten rosaries of five mysteries and attend mass of the Holy Trinity three times for the need of the Church and for peace in the republic.Witnesses: Rafael Martnez, 50, citizen of the Alburquerque area. He ordered the priest in Alburquerque to proclaim the banns.All individuals on this website are considered innocent until proven guilty. Contact the relevant law enforcement officials in Bernalillo, New Mexico for current information about this arrest and related court dates.If you believe this record is incorrect, or that it was sealed or expunged and should not appear here, please contact our customer support team.Jos had told him that he had not had improper relations with Juana before seeking a dispensation. Father Ortiz was unable to locate the baptismal records for Jos, but it was public knowledge that he had been baptized and was the son of Christian parents.There was no record of his godparents, but it was known that they were deceased. In Albuquerque on , Father Leyva baptized four-day-old Juana Mara, the legitimate daughter of Pedro Armijo and Mara Manuela Ortiz.Her godparents were Gregorio Ortiz and Clara Armijo. Pedro Armijo stated on that he granted his permission for his daughter, Juana Mara Armijo, to marry Jos Armijo. On , Maria Brbara Ortiz granted permission for her son, Jos Armijo, to marry Juana Mara Armijo.New Mexico Prenuptial Investigations From the Archivos Histricos del Arzobispado de Durango, 1800-1893, pp.