Alonso Sosa Albornoz, son
of Francisco de Sosa Albornoz and Inés de Tapia, was
born in Xochitla, Edo. de Mexico circa 1549.2 He married
Juana Ramirez circa 1565 in New Spain. Juana was born circa
1550 in New Spain. He married Beatris Navarro Rodriguez
circa 1589 in Mexico, City. Beatris was born circa 1564. She
was the daughter of Juan Navarro and Maria Rodriguez.
Beatris was married twice first to Captain Alonso Albornoz
de Sosa who was killed in the Oñate expedition to New
Mexico. Her second husband was Captain
de las Casas. They were married probably in New Mexico.
She had five children with each spouse. Muster of the
officials and soldiers who enlisted in the Valley of La
Puana for the expedition to New Mexico, 8-January-1598.
Captain Alonso de Sosa Albornoz, native of Mexico City, son
of Francisco de Sosa Albornoz, with a servant and harquebus
and complete armor for himself and horse. Married to Beatriz
Navarro, with five children and is taking the entire family.
Alonso was dark complexion somewhat gray. After he got to
New Mexico, Alonso found out that the land was harsh and his
family were subject
to hardship. He asked permission to governor Oñate
to go back to New Spain. Oñate gave his permission,
but apparently he had some second thoughts. Juan de
Oñate ordered his killing. Alonso was ambushed and
killed by men under the command of Vicente de Zaldivar who
was carrying out Oñate's orders.
Alonso Sosa Albornoz and Beatris Navarro Rodriguez had
the following child:
Ana Sosa Albornoz was born in Mexico circa 1590. She
married Alonso Farias Treviño in Nuevo León.
He was the son of Juan Farias and Maria de Treviño
Source: Agapito Rey and George Hammond, Don Juan de
Oñate Colonizer of New México 1595 - 163-28
(Coronado Historical Series: The University of New
México Press, 1953); New México Historical
Review The Founding of New México.