Agustina Hurtado de la Aguila y Lasso de la Vega

Femaleabout 1635–12 August 1724

Brief Life History of Agustina

When Agustina Hurtado de la Aguila y Lasso de la Vega was born about 1635, in Popayán, Cauca, Colombia, her father, Capitan José Hurtado del Águila y Aránaz, was -52 and her mother, Juana Lasso de la Vega y López Prieto, was 14. 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 90, and was buried in Popayán, Cauca, Colombia.

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Francisco De Arboleda Salazar y Olea
Agustina Hurtado de la Aguila y Lasso de la Vega
Marriage: 26 April 1662
Juana de Arboleda Salazar y Hurtado del Aguila
Antonia De Arboleda Hurtado
Maria Arboleda Hurtado
Jose Arboleda Hurtado
Teodora Arboleda Hurtado del Aguila
Antonio I Arboleda Salazar y Hurtado
Maria Luisa De Arboleda Hurtado
Feliciana Arboleda Hurtado
Agustina Arboleda Hurtado
Carlos Fernando Arboleda Hurtado
Pedro Francisco Arboleda Hurtado
Francisco Jose de Arboleda Salazar y Hurtado del Aguila
Bartolomé De Arboleda y Salazar y Hurtado
Diego Arboleda Hurtado
Antonio Segundo Arboleda Salazar y Hurtado

Sources (2)

  • Indice de registros notariales
  • Popayán Cauca Colombia

Spouse and Children

  • Marriage
    26 April 1662Colombia
  • Children (15)

    +10 More Children

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    +5 More Children

    World Events (2)


    Age 65

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


    Age 83

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

    Name Meaning

    Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Jose, Juan, Carlos, Manuel, Jorge, Rafael, Luis, Pedro, Raul, Jesus, Francisco, Salvador.

    Spanish: nickname from the past participle of hurtar ‘to rob or conceal’ (from 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. Compare Urtado .

    Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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