There is a gross error & inconsistency in the Biography of my wife, Marcella Celaya Robles de Kuamo'o's paternal g-g-g-grandfather, Pedro (Gomes) Robles. According to the documented oral history account of Pedro (Gomes) Robles's youngest g-granddaughter from son, Gabriel Noriega Robles, as recorded by one of her grandsons in 1930s (available for perusal in the Pinal County Historical Museum in Florence, AZ), Mercedes Noriega Robles de Mason states that her great-grandfather Pedro Robles and an unnamed wife immigrated from Spain with children in the late 1790s to Ures, Sonora, New Spain (Mexico). The only reason anyone wanted to settle in such a God-foresaken, hostile place like the Sonora River Valley in the 1790s, which was filled with hostile Yaqui, Seri & Apache Indians who killed Spanish settlers & their family frequently...was free land. The entire area was a fiefdom of the Spanish Duke of Alba called the "Valle de Hermosillo Spanish Landgrant." It was deeded to the family of Leonardo Benitez Martinez Suastegui y Urenas, of Tucson, AZ whose family possess the original landgrant. Leonardo's family were related to the Spanish Duke of Osuna & Count of Urenas in Osuna, Andalucia, Spain...which the largest city of Ures in Sonora, MX was named after. Coincidentally, the grandfather of Pedro Gomez Robles in Valladolid, Castilla-Leon, Spain was named "Manuel Robles Martinez," a relative of Leonardo's Benitez-Martinez-Suastegui de Count of Urenas Spanish family. I suggest more "professional historical genealogical" research be done in Mexico/New Spain & Spain for contextual verification from "original Church documents" b4 conclusions are drawn concerning "mi Famille de Robles y Espana, Mexico & Florence & Tucson, AZ" BTW, a 2009 Update to my 3-volume book entitled "La Historia de la Familia Robles de Florence y Tucson, Arizona," contains relevant details, references & source documents supporting my claims...available for perusal in the Arizona State University Hayden Library Chicano Research Collection by my wife, Marcella Celaya Robles-Kuamo'o.