Armijo graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in 2000.
She works in Las Vegas, NM and specializes in Neurology and Psychiatry.
Jos had told him that he had not had improper relations with Juana before seeking a dispensation. Father Ortiz was unable to locate the baptismal records for Jos, but it was public knowledge that he had been baptized and was the son of Christian parents.
There was no record of his godparents, but it was known that they were deceased. In Albuquerque on , Father Leyva baptized four-day-old Juana Mara, the legitimate daughter of Pedro Armijo and Mara Manuela Ortiz.
Witnesses: Rafael Martnez, 50, citizen of the Alburquerque area. He ordered the priest in Alburquerque to proclaim the banns.
If they engaged in improper relations after 20 May, nothing was to be done.
An additional 20 pesos in alms for the benefit of the church of Albuquerque was required.
Armijo is affiliated with New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute.
Jos Mara Armijo and Juana Mara Armijo, Alburquerque, February-, AHAD-402, f. Jos Mara Armjo, 25, single, a native Alburquerque, was the legitimate son of the late Lucas Armijo and Brbara Ortiz, citizens of Alburquerque.