Agustina Hurtado de la Aguila Lasso de la Vega

about 1635–12 August 1724 (Age 89)
Popayán, Cauca, Colombia

The Life of Agustina

When Agustina Hurtado de la Aguila Lasso de la Vega was born about 1635, in Popayán, Cauca, Colombia, her father, Josè Hurtado de Aguila Aranaz, was 20 and her mother, Juana Lasso De La Vega López Prieto, was 15. She married Francisco De Arboleda Salazar y Olea on 26 April 1662, in Colombia. They were the parents of at least 8 sons and 7 daughters. She died on 12 August 1724, in her hometown, at the age of 89, and was buried in Popayán, Cauca, Colombia.

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Family Time Line

Francisco De Arboleda Salazar y Olea
1635–1717
Agustina Hurtado de la Aguila Lasso de la Vega
1635–1724
Marriage: 26 April 1662
Juana De Arboleda y Salazar y Hurtado
1665–1741
Antonia De Arboleda Hurtado
1668–1670
Maria Arboleda Hurtado
1668–
Jose Arboleda Hurtado
1682–
Teodora Arboleda Salazar Y Hurtado
1667–
Antonio I Arboleda Salazar y Hurtado
1668–1670
Maria Luisa De Arboleda Hurtado
1670–
Feliciana Arboleda Hurtado
1671–
Agustina Arboleda Hurtado
1673–1751
Carlos Fernando Arboleda Hurtado
1674–1749
Pedro Francisco Arboleda Hurtado
1676–1759
Francisco José De Arboleda y Salazar y Hurtado
1677–1745
Bartolomé De Arboleda y Salazar y Hurtado
1679–
Diego Arboleda Hurtado
1681–1764
Antonio Segundo Arboleda Salazar y Hurtado
1684–

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
26 April 1662
Colombia
children

(15)

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Parents and Siblings

siblings

(10)

    Presbitero Alonso Garcia Hurtado Del Aguila y Lasso de la Vega

    Male1647–1725Male

    Francisco Ignacio Hurtado Del Aguila y Lasso de la Vega

    Male1648–1718Male

    Garcia Hurtado del Águila y Lasso de la Vega

    Male1648–Male

    Lucas Gonzalo Hurtado Del Aguila

    Male1650–1711Male

+5 More Children

World Events (2)

1700

Age 65

Spanish colonies around Colombia are combined into one large colony. The new colony is called the Viceroyalty of New Granada.
1718

Age 83

Bogota becomes the capital of the Spanish vice-royalty of Nueva Granada. Nueva Granada also rules Ecuador and Venezuela.

Name Meaning

Spanish: nickname from the past participle of hurtar ‘to rob or conceal’ (Late Latin furtare, from furtum ‘theft’, fur ‘thief’). The reference was probably to an illegitimate child, whose existence was concealed, or to a kidnapped child.

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