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Estoy interesado en encontrar los antecedentes genealógicos de Francisco Beltrán de Caicedo, nacido enBerantevilla, cerca de Miranda de Ebro, en Alava, España, en 1544, donde fue bautizado el 13 de enero,hijo de Hernán Pérez de Ocio y María Ramírez Beltrán de Corcuera.Tenia un tío que se llamaba Juan Beltrán de Caicedo, presbítero, con un mayorazgo en la Montaña que vierte a la Rioja.Era nieto de Beltasar de Caicedo, muerto en 1575, y Catalina de Zúñiga. Don Hernán tenia un hermano Baltasar de Ocio, familiar del Santo Oficio, casado con Mencia de Pinedo.
Ojalá pueda conocer datos sobre los ancestros en España.
I'm so sorry I haven't replied before now, but life is just one whirlwind at the moment. Any way you mentioned that a Molyneux married a Denny in London, would it be possible to have a little more info on him. I can't seem to find out where the Molyneux's from Dorking originated from.