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Last name: Cénica

Dossier: 639564
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Language of the text: Español
Nobility: Señores - Caballeros - Familia Noble
Nobles in:España (Guipúzcoa)
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Cénica


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Nobility crown CénicaEn la villa de Mondragón, del partido de Vergara (Guipúzcoa). Domingo casó con doña María San Juan de Iturrate, y fueron Señores de la casa solar de Oquendo en Salinas de Léniz (Guipúzcoa) durante la segunda mitad del siglo XVI. Procrearon a Pedro, que contrajo matrimonio con diña Magdalena de Narbaza, y fueron padres de Antonio, llamado también Antonio de Cénica y Oquendo, que sigue Juan, Pedro y Domingo. Estos hermanos probaron su hidalguía ante el Concejo de Mondragón en 1649. Antonio de Cénica y Narbaxa casó en Mondragón en 1638 con coña María Ana de Esteibar, hermana del célebre General Francisco de Esteibar, y tuvieron este hijo Antonio, Sargento Mayor, que desde 1661 sirvió la plaza de Capitán de Infantería Española de Nueva España y Filipinas, particularmente en el presidio y puerto de Cavite. De regreso a España se unió en matrimonio con doña Antonia de Urquizu (hija de Capitán Juan de Urquizu y de dopña catalina de Iturbe, vecinos de Elorrio). Fueron padres de Manuel, casado en Mondragón con doña María Ana Francisca de Barrutia, dueña de las casas solares de Barrutia, dueña de las casas solares de Barrutia, Echaguibel y Salinas, con sus vínculos y mayorazos. Tuvieron a Vicente, que celebró su enlace con doña Josefa de Vitoria y Landecho, naciendo de esta unión José Antonio, patricio guipuzcoano, que siendo Alcalde en Mondragón, en 1794, convocó y presidió las Juantas extraordinarias de la provincia para resistir a la invasión francesa. ...

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