NamePedro LOZANO
BirthLugar De Campisarcalos, Miedes, Zaragoza, Espana
Misc. Notes
Lozano Holtzman, Mimi, "The Lozano Line back to Spain – A Networking Victory", Genealogical Journal, Vol. II, Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research, San Antonio Alamo Press, 1985, Ed. Raul J. Guerra, Jr.
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The will was dated in Zacatecas on 9 September 1674 and was written by a Pedro LOZANO. The will states:

“Testamento de Pedro LOZANO, vecino hijo legitimo de Francisco LOZANO y Teresa de ALCOLEA difuntos, vecinos fueron del Lugar de Campisarcalos, jurisdiccion de la villa de Miedes, Obispado de Siguenza, de donde es originariio. Caso con Antonia de URQUICU, vecina con dote de cuatro mil pesos. Hijos: Ynes, Pedro, Francisco, Ignacia, el padre fray Joseph de la Orden de San Francisco y Teresa LOZANO.”

“Su abuelo Pedro LOZANO fundo un vinculo o mayorazgo donde el nacio que poseyo su padre, Francisco LOZANO, como hijo mayor. Situado y fundado en una huerta a una legue del Lugar en el puerto que llaman Manzanares, de todo genero de frutas. Y en un valle unas tierras de labor llamadas Bargarindo. Y un valle que llaman Cabeza del Arado, de sembradura y casas de vivienda de piedra, cal y canto, baxas con ventanas de fierro; estan en la plaza junto a la parroquia de San Bartolome. dicho mayorazgo se tazo en dicho tiempo en ocho mil ducados; tome posesion de el el ano pasado de 1618 por mandamiento de Pedro de MONTOYA alcalde ordinario de la villa de Miedes ante Bernardo de OTANEZ escribano publico de la villa. Peretenece a mi hijo Pedro LOZANO mi himo varon mayor casado en el Reino de Leon con mas los frutos que hubieren rentado y despues de sus dias a sus herederos siendo varones, donde no pasa a Francisco LOZANO su hermano y mi hijo varon. Ordeno y mando que aunque ha tantos anos procuren enviar recaudos para que dello tomen posesion y los reconozcan por duenos legitimos de dichos bienes o vayan en persona. Nombra por albacea a su huja Unes LOZANO de URQUICI. Fueron nombrados herederos todos sus hijos menos el religioso.” 1

1 Notarias of Felipe de Espinoza, Caja 02, Experiente de 1674.
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Testament of Pedro LOZANO, vecino, legitimate son of Francisco LOZANO and Teresa ALCOLEA, both deceased, who were from Campisarcalos, a village within the jurisdiction of the villa of Miedes, Bishopric of Siguenza, where he was born. He married Antonia de URQUICU, vecina, with a dowry of four thousand pesos. Children: Ynes, Pedro, Francisco, Ignacia, Fray Joseph of the Order of San Francisco, and Teresa LOZANO.

Pedro’s grandfather Pedro LOZANO founded an entailed estate of the property where he was born. His father Francisco LOZANO had inherited it as the firstborn son. The estate included an orchard with all kinds of fruits a league from Campisarcalos at the port Manzanares and farmlands named Bargarindo in a valley. It also included a valley named Cabeza del Arado, farmland with dwellings built of lime and stone, baxas with iron windows, on the plaza near the San Bartolome parish church.

Said entailed estate was [tazo] in said time for eight thousand ducados. I took possession of it last year, 1618, as ordered by Pedro de MONTOYA, alcalde ordinario of the villa Miedes, before Bernardo de OTANEZ, notary public of the villa. This estate, together with income from its produce, is to go to my eldest son Pedro LOZANO, who is married and lives in the Reino de Leon. After that it is to go to his heirs, his sons, as it is not to be inherited by his brother Francisco LOZANO, my other son. I order that though it is so many years, they are to try to send rents and taxes or go in person so that they can take possession of them and so that they will be recognized as legitimate owners of said properties.

His daughter Ines LOZANO de URQUICI was named executor. All of his sons except the religious were named his heirs.

Notarial records of Felipe de Espinoza, Box 2, File from 1674
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Pedro LOZANO o/Lugar de Campisarcalos; j/Villa de Miedes Obispado de Siguenza, m. Antonia de URQUIZU.
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Spouses
ChildrenPedro (1649-1708)
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