Domingo Romero de Pedraza son of Francisco Romero de Pedraza and Francisca Ramirez Salazar, was born in New Mexico and died in August 1720 at the Villasur Expedition, Nebraska.
Noted events in his life were:
Tool Distribution: 1704, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Military Campaign: August 1720, Villasur Expedition, New Mexico
Domingo married Maria Nieves Montes Vigil
Children from this marriage were:
i. Jose Romero
ii. Juana Teresa Romero was born about 1715 in New Mexico
Maria next married Jose Tenorio de Alba Y Corona, son of
Nicolas Tenorio de Alba and Maria de Rada on February 9, 1722 in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Link to the: Segesser Hide Paintings
Wikipedia Link to: The Villasur Expedition of 1720
The Villasur expedition of 1720 was a Spanish military expedition intended to check the growing French presence on the Great Plains of central North America. Led by Lieutenant-General Pedro de Villasur, the expedition was overwhelmed in an attack by far more numerous Pawnee and Otoe.